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    That's right, now apply the same idea to the question when it comes to simplifying. Literally nothing more difficult than adding two boxes together.


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    High B.

    What grade did you get?

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    I got an A
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    HELM - Helping Engineers Learn Mathematics - is a major 3-year curriculum development project to support the mathematical education of engineering students. The project is sponsored by the Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE) through phase 4 of the Fund for the Development for Teaching and Learning (FDTL4)

    http://www.personal.soton.ac.uk/jav/...workbooks.html

    http://www118.zippyshare.com/v/QvYr0f2E/file.html
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    I don't get whats so hard? you minus the smaller number from the larger number and multiply it by 45. Then to change to pounds divide by 100 and write a concluding sentence....
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    I don't get whats so hard? you minus the smaller number from the larger number and multiply it by 45. Then to change to pounds divide by 100 and write a concluding sentence....
    I've never done this before.
    I'm doing past papers and im going over questions I'm finding difficult.
    It may be easy for you but I'm struggling due to the fact I as put I to foundation for 1 year. Then worked my way up to higher and ive secured myself for higher and im working for it.


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    I've never done this before.
    I'm doing past papers and im going over questions I'm finding difficult.
    It may be easy for you but I'm struggling due to the fact I as put I to foundation for 1 year. Then worked my way up to higher and ive secured myself for higher and im working for it.


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    I am not trying to offend you. Good luck I will pop in from time to time.
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    z_o_e

    download and read the helm workbooks ... it has lots of basic stuffs
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    I am not trying to offend you. Good luck I will pop in from time to time.
    Aw no worries. It's alright x

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    how do you factorise 14(p+1)^2+21(p+1) and what is this factorisation called
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    You need to understand why rather than guess it and leave it as it is.



    Yes that's correct, you can check it yourself by checking if it follows the required pattern.
    Need an explanation for these please

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    Need an explanation for these please




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    Well you already answered part A but you just put the answer in the table rather than on the dotted line.

    For part B, what is the probability of picking a red? What about a green? What would combining these two together give the probability of?

    For C, multiply the 400 by the probability of blue.
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    Well you already answered part A but you just put the answer in the table rather than on the dotted line.

    For part B, what is the probability of picking a red? What about a green? What would combining these two together give the probability of?

    For C, multiply the 400 by the probability of blue.


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    Well you already answered part A but you just put the answer in the table rather than on the dotted line.

    For part B, what is the probability of picking a red? What about a green? What would combining these two together give the probability of?

    For C, multiply the 400 by the probability of blue.

    26.9cm is the greatest
    26.5cm is the least

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    but you just said that AB is multiplying; how did you go from adding 2 things to multiplying them...?
    Heya how would I guess this


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    26.9cm is the greatest
    26.5cm is the least

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    27.499\dot = 27.5 would be greater than 26.9 and still round to 27.

    (Original post by z_o_e)
    Heya how would I guess this


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    Haven't done box plots since GCSE so I forgot how to do them
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    27.499\dot = 27.5 would be greater than 26.9 and still round to 27.



    Haven't done box plots since GCSE so I forgot how to do them
    Oh okay
    So this is incorrect


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    Oh okay
    So this is incorrect


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    Well you didn't change your answer to part A so no it is not. Part B is fine though.
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    Well you didn't change your answer to part A so no it is not. Part B is fine though.
    Thank you

    Also I have quiet a few of these..

    Do I measure it in cm and convert it to M?


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