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    I'm drinking tea and eating some lemon cheesecake. Who else likes their tea. Good stuff.
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    I'm drinking tea and eating some lemon cheesecake. Who else likes their tea. Good stuff.
    Coffee is better


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    I'm drinking tea and eating some lemon cheesecake. Who else likes their tea. Good stuff.
    Tea is deccentnnt.


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    Coffee is better


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    In terms of taste, you are right. But I want to be able to sleep tonight. And tea is cheaper.
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    Tea is deccentnnt.


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    I'm reading that as 'decent'. Thanks. Very decent it is.
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    (Original post by EricPiphany)
    In terms of taste, you are right. But I want to be able to sleep tonight. And tea is cheaper.
    You at a coffee shop then? ( I think that's what they're called)


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    You at a coffee shop then? ( I think that's what they're called)


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    Ye, and on my phone, hence the slow replies.
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    (Original post by EricPiphany)
    Ye, and on my phone, hence the slow replies.
    You've inspired me, brewing a mugga now


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    You've inspired me, brewing a mugga now


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    Lol, good on you. I think I'm going to leave now. See ya guys later!
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    Lol, good on you. I think I'm going to leave now. See ya guys later!
    In a bit fam, don't forget your transition metal colours


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    what's the lowest 1 boundary can we expect? And are three fulls and a quarter enough for that boundary?
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    what's the lowest 1 boundary can we expect? [redacted]
    Lowest 1 boundary we can expect is 0
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    what's the lowest 1 boundary can we expect? And are three fulls and a quarter enough for that boundary?
    Only if your exam is marked on a Tuesday


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    I won't give too much away, but question 14 was great!
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    BTW, this thread is open again.
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    We can discuss now?
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    Did anyone actually do the last part of 6? I feel like some slightly more general version of the last part (proving y2(yn(x)) = y2n(x)) would've worked, but I couldn't find it.
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    We can discuss now?
    Yep.
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    Yep.
    Ah right, nice. Unlike how that paper went for me. Only managed 2 fulls (one of which I made a mistake on) and got 4 partials of varying levels of success. How'd you find it?
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    Anyone do q9: The bullet question? If yes, feel free to post your solution.
 
 
 
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