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    (Original post by Windowswind123)
    That's a pretty cool method
    Thanks It's written out much neater by jamie.mair above

    Thanks Jamie!
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    (Original post by Armpits)
    Zero isn't a natural number...lol
    Sometimes it is (i.e. when you are using the Peano axioms) lol.
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    (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
    Actually depends on the context/branch of study..lol
    Nope.

    N_0 exists for a reason.

    Zero is by no means a Natural number
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    (Original post by sweeneyrod)
    Sometimes it is (i.e. when you are using the Peano axioms) lol.
    N_0 != N
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    Oh well nevermind
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    (Original post by Armpits)
    Nope.

    N_0 exists for a reason.

    Zero is by no means a Natural number
    There are many who will disagree
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    How did people do the series question, I couldn't get most of it to cancel.
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    (Original post by Armpits)
    N_0 != N
    http://mathworld.wolfram.com/PeanosAxioms.html
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    (Original post by study.bud)
    Can anyone confirm that for q3 (roots of the complex number), the modulus was 2? so the answers were 2e^ipi...
    16^1/4 = 2

    So ya
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    Vote on how you found this paper!
    If loads of people vote. We can get an idea of the boundaries.
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=4150121
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    (Original post by study.bud)
    Can anyone confirm that for q3 (roots of the complex number), the modulus was 2? so the answers were 2e^ipi...
    Yeah thats that I put and the values for theta were all over 24
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    fair enough
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    (Original post by BinaryJava)
    How did people do the series question, I couldn't get most of it to cancel.
    Method of diffs sorted out two of the parts of it. Then use fp1 formula for the sum of 1 to n, and 3n for all the 3s.
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    (Original post by Ayman!)
    Samb, I know that the question wasn't exactly on spec and I'm definitely not the right person to be saying this, but don't you think some questions in a further maths paper should get you to think? It wasn't exactly STEP level to be fair.
    I dont have a problem with the question as such, but i dont really know why people are pretending as if its an easy question thwt people who didnt get the answer are automatically bad
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    (Original post by ThatCleverAsian)
    Easiest paper I've done for fp2. Full UMS in the bag. Hmu if you wanna know any solutions
    Could you please upload all the answers ? x
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    For q2: I got 1/2 + n/2(n+1) - 3n - 1/(n+2) I think. Was this is? I think I got -7 and -13. Might have added them wrong.

    Also for the de moir expansion I mixed up the minus signs so I got all positive constants. They were the right values but because of this I got part b wrong.

    How many marks would this cost me?
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    (Original post by Elzar)
    Then use fp1 formula for the sum of 1 to n, and 3n for all the 3s.
    You say that as if I shouldn't have completely forgotten everything I learned for fp1 😂
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    So no one else thought that paper was a complete f***ery?! Smh
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    Whoever made this needs a medal xD
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    (Original post by Elzar)
    Method of diffs sorted out two of the parts of it. Then use fp1 formula for the sum of 1 to n, and 3n for all the 3s.
    Really, how was I supposed to know that. That question made me so mad!
 
 
 
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