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    Can someone explain how you know when to put <= or >= in a finding the range/ domain question?

    I'm struggling with this..
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    (Original post by ridirahman)
    Can someone explain how you know when to put <= or >= in a finding the range/ domain question?

    I'm struggling with this..
    Is it bigger or smaller than the number?
    If bigger >=
    If smaller <=

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    Is it bigger or smaller than the number?
    If bigger >=
    If smaller <=

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    So for example; The function g is defined by g x^2 – 4x + 11,
    (b) Find the range of g.

    I got y=7 so how do you know if it's y>= 7 or y<=7 ?
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    (Original post by ridirahman)
    So for example; The function g is defined by g x^2 – 4x + 11,
    (b) Find the range of g.

    I got y=7 so how do you know if it's y>= 7 or y<=7 ?
    Is that a minimum or maximum?

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    (Original post by ridirahman)
    So for example; The function g is defined by g x^2 – 4x + 11,
    (b) Find the range of g.

    I got y=7 so how do you know if it's y>= 7 or y<=7 ?
    Draw the function by completing the square - once you have draw in you will know but it has to be bigger than 7 if the x^2 is positive... I think
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    Is this relevant? Doesn't seem to be in the book..

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    (Original post by Jimmy_M)
    Is this relevant? Doesn't seem to be in the book..

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    I think this is part of a further core module so I would presume not
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    Is this relevant? Doesn't seem to be in the book..

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    I know OCR don't test it, but it's helpful to have a rough understanding that sometimes the iterative formula won't converge

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    I know OCR don't test it, but it's helpful to have a rough understanding that sometimes the iterative formula won't converge

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    (Original post by Artfanatic)
    I think this is part of a further core module so I would presume not
    Alright, thanks for your replies
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    the first part r= sqrt(1^2+sqrt3^2)
    and a tan^-1 (sqrt3/1)
    i think
    and i would be ****ed if b came up in the exam
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    (Original post by RK1998)
    Any tips for trig factor formulae?I can't do any questions involving those. The rest of trig is good but this is just. Please someone help me.
    Help?
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    how do you do c) ???
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    can you show the whole question?
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    don't know how to find the range in part c) ?
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    don't know how to find the range in part c) ?
    is it y is bigger than or equal to 3
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    (Original post by imedico10)
    is it y is bigger than or equal to 3
    yeahh how did you get that? can you explain?
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    (Original post by ridirahman)
    yeahh how did you get that? can you explain?
    i'll try my best... according to f(x) x must be bigger than zero.

    the graph for fg is 3e^x +x^2 ..... is you sub x=0 you get y as 3.... after 3... y keeps increasing exponentially so the range (values of y) is bigger than 3. hope this helps

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    Why is this the case? Am I missing something obvious?!?!
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    Why is this the case? Am I missing something obvious?!?!
    divde the denominator and numerator by e^0.3t
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    (Original post by imedico10)
    divde the denominator and numerator by e^0.3t
    Oh.. So i was just being an idiot really... LOL thanks for the help
 
 
 
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