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    The paper we need and deserve tomorrow is Jan 13...
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    (Original post by rich1334)
    The paper we need and deserve tomorrow is Jan 13...
    Everyone would be happy and smiling... until the grade boundaries come out.
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    (Original post by Pinley)
    Doe anybody know whether or not one can sketch Polar coordinates with the fx 9750? If so, how?
    Is this the Fx 9750 gii?
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    (Original post by uiui9090)
    Do I have to Differentiate again ?
    To get the third derivative, yes


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    Need a repeat of Jan 12, purely so we can get a hitler reacts video out


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    Of all my exams this year, Hitler has only felt the need to react to M2. Hoping it can stay that way for the last two!
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    Completely forgot about that one, as long as I do well idm tbf


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    Both of my further maths modules so far (FP3 and M2) have been pretty bloody dreadful.

    Quick check, for Newton-Raphson errors is this example correct?

    e3/(e2)^2 = e4/(e3)^2

    Sorry about the formatting.
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    (Original post by rich1334)
    Both of my further maths modules so far (FP3 and M2) have been pretty bloody dreadful.

    Quick check, for Newton-Raphson errors is this example correct?

    e3/(e2)^2 = e4/(e3)^2

    Sorry about the formatting.
    yeah , quadratic convergence
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    Can anyone help with Jan 09 4ii? I can't seem to get the result, just 1/2arccoshx + 1/4sinh(2arccoshx)
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    Shoutout to whoever jinxed the fp1 ting, you the real mvp


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    It was easy apart from 7 and proof by induction probably very high boundaries.

    What did people get as their line of symmetry?
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    line of symmetry pi/10, was an okay paper apart from the induction, i wrote it out twice but forgot to cross one out so may lose all marks there
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    Got pi/10. Sin is symmetrical about pi/2

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    It was easy apart from 7 and proof by induction probably very high boundaries.

    What did people get as their line of symmetry?
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    What did people get as the upper bound for integral question part ii?
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    (Original post by Mr.Raskolnikov)
    What did people get as the upper bound for integral question part ii?
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    Really good paper I thought. Hopefully not extremely high boundaries.
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    I really dont understand the integral question
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    I really dont understand the integral question
    You used a set of unit width rectangles lying below the curve to evaluate an upper bound (2) for that sum using an integral. You weren't expected to find the exact value of the sum which is what WolframAlpha has evaluated.
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    Haha, yeah i know we're doing it low tech. I just figured out my mistake, i was trying to find the sum from 0 to infinity, rather than 1. You can imagine how that quickly escalated in difficulty

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