Maths year 11

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    Thank you so so so so much! ♥♥♥

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    No problem!
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    No problem!
    Heyaaa I think you got this bit wrong.

    You know for this we didn't work out 360-130


    However for question 6 we did this

    Question is the same the bearing of B FROM A
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    No problem!
    You know hegarty maths did it a different way. Look...

    He got 070 for the first one and it it wondered just like mine "of B from A".

    And don't you think this answer will be 072?
    Then

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    You know hegarty maths did it a different way. Look...

    He got 070 for the first one and it it wondered just like mine "of B from A".

    And don't you think this answer will be 072?
    Then

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    (Original post by z_o_e)
    You know hegarty maths did it a different way. Look...

    He got 070 for the first one and it it wondered just like mine "of B from A".

    And don't you think this answer will be 072?
    Then

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    Will look at the other when I get home
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    Will look at the other when I get home
    Tyyyx

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    Will look at the other when I get home
    Can you explain these please

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    Can you explain these please

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    Fixed my answers.


    Put the x values into the given equation. Then just plot the points on the graph. It should be a straight line.
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    Fixed my answers.


    Put the x values into the given equation. Then just plot the points on the graph. It should be a straight line.
    Oh yep yep I remember doing this. Btw is it possible if you can check my bearing answers I uploaded earlier. I'll upload them again from question 6 .



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    Oh yep yep I remember doing this. Btw is it possible if you can check my bearing answers I uploaded earlier. I'll upload them again from question 6 .



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    Okay, gimme a couple of mins
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    Oh yep yep I remember doing this. Btw is it possible if you can check my bearing answers I uploaded earlier. I'll upload them again from question 6 .



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    For the first image is it B to A or A to B?
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    Oh yep yep I remember doing this. Btw is it possible if you can check my bearing answers I uploaded earlier. I'll upload them again from question 6 .



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    Here are my answers.

    I did both because I didn't know which way around the question asked for, though I presume it was B to A.

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    Here are my answers.

    I did both because I didn't know which way around the question asked for, though I presume it was B to A.

    YASSS I GOT MOST OF THEM CORRECT!!!


    I did the graph and how do I solve these using the graph?
    I just need an explanation for this not the answers thank you xxx


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    YASSS I GOT MOST OF THEM CORRECT!!!


    I did the graph and how do I solve these using the graph?
    I just need an explanation for this not the answers thank you xxx


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    Once you've plotted both the equations on the graph, you can find the values for X and Y (Hint: it's where both lines intersect)
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    Once you've plotted both the equations on the graph, you can find the values for X and Y (Hint: it's where both lines intersect)
    the solution??
    But what if in the exam is asks me this how do I figure it out on the graph? And it's not asking for the solution it's asking me for those points.

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    the solution??

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    "I just need an explanation for this not the answers thank you xxx "

    Lol X =1.5 Y = 2


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    "I just need an explanation for this not the answers thank you xxx "

    Lol X =1.5 Y = 2


    Yep I got this

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    Go through every past paper.

    So do the paper. Then, mark it and see where you lost all your marks or got questions wrong. Cover that WRONG working you did last time and re-attempt the question seeing if you got it right now...
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    Go through every past paper.

    So do the paper. Then, mark it and see where you lost all your marks or got questions wrong. Cover that WRONG working you did last time and re-attempt the question seeing if you got it right now...
    Yasss thank you!

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