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• View Poll Results: will the real TeeEm please stand up
man on the desk
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man in the library with lap top
69
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man 3
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bodybuilder
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donkey
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man eating sandwich
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1. I am getting high Cs in my practice papers at the moment.
If I get a B do you think I should A Level?
2. I cannot advice you on this.
Ask you teacher as he/she knows you better.
3. (Original post by TeeEm)
I cannot advice you on this.
Ask you teacher as he/she knows you better.
Hello again!
I have this question- are Miquel circles of any arbitrary n-gon concurrent?
4. no idea
that is pure material ...
5. In the following links there are resources for the M5 EDEXCEL

ROTATIONAL MOTION

MOMENT OF INERTIA

VARIABLE MASS PROBLEMS
6. I made this beautifully disgusting question on a worded differential question during one of my lessons on Monday.
(not even in my site yet)
It is for those students who find the standard differential equations too mundane ...
I will put the solution up by Friday.

problem attaching
7. I made this beautifully disgusting question on a worded differential question during one of my lessons on Monday.
(not even in my site yet)
It is for those students who find the standard differential equations too mundane ...
I will put the solution up by Friday.

EDIT: solution in post 168
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9. (Original post by TeeEm)
I made this beautifully disgusting question on a worded differential question during one of my lessons on Monday.
(not even in my site yet)
It is for those students who find the standard differential equations too mundane ...
I will put the solution up by Friday.
Not sure whether I should really post in your thread, but anyway I solved it! My first attempt took for ages then something just clicked (this is assuming t=64 is the correct answer!). On another note thanks for all the resources, they are extremely invaluable
10. (Original post by randlemcmurphy)
Not sure whether I should really post in your thread, but anyway I solved it! My first attempt took for ages then something just clicked (this is assuming t=64 is the correct answer!). On another note thanks for all the resources, they are extremely invaluable
well done
t=64 is correct (I have left the answer at the bottom right)
11. (Original post by TeeEm)
I made this beautifully disgusting question on a worded differential question during one of my lessons on Monday.
(not even in my site yet)
It is for those students who find the standard differential equations too mundane ...
I will put the solution up by Friday.
Do you have any harder questions on your site? This one didn't live up to expectations :P

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12. (Original post by powelsmartin)
Do you have any harder questions on your site? This one didn't live up to expectations :P

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I am sorry about that. I will try to make an even harder one...
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13. (Original post by TeeEm)
I am sorry about that. I will try to make an even harder one...
Cheers

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14. Another beautifully disgusting integral, for those students who seek the somewhat exotic ....

Solution on Saturday

solution in post 169
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15. LIVE AT ALEXANDRA'S.pdf (15.0 KB, 86 views)
16. (Original post by TeeEm)
On a lighter note please vote on who do you think is really me in one of the 7 pictures in my profile.
your not that cat, donkey or strongman.
nor the poor man
i bet your the man eating the sandwich thingy
or, possibly the first picture
17. (Original post by demigawdz)
your not that cat, donkey or strongman.
nor the poor man
i bet your the man eating the sandwich thingy
or, possibly the first picture
when I have enough responses I will reveal ...
I am definitely one of the 7
(I hope that none of my students which frequent the site reveals it)
18. (Original post by TeeEm)
Another beautifully disgusting integral, for those students who seek the somewhat exotic ....

Solution on Saturday
Nice! I read u = 1 + cot^4x first so it lead to an expression with root(u-1) and 2u in the denominator, but taking another look at the question and realising it was cos made it a million times easier

Btw you have the solution attached (it's Thursday)

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19. (Original post by powelsmartin)
Nice! I read u = 1 + cot^4x first so it lead to an expression with root(u-1) and 2u in the denominator, but taking another look at the question and realising it was cos made it a million times easier

Btw you have the solution attached (it's Thursday)

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Alexandra, my student, did not appreciate my effort in making this beautiful question for her ...
I guess that is why she will be doing economics ...

PS CRAP, I LEFT THE SOLUTION ON
20. Another beautifully disgusting integral, for the sumos of integration ....

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Solution on Saturday

solution in post 170
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21. LIVE AT LUCY'S.pdf (14.1 KB, 107 views)
22. (Original post by aersh8)
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surely you can simplify it further from that line!!!!

I cannot tell if it is correct until you simplify it fully, but it is looking good
(did you see the limits?)

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