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1. (Original post by TeeEm)
this question is for clever, determined, motivated people ...
(I am still waiting for paper A, which clearly got the better of you ...)
done....

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λ = 0 for the foot of the perpendicular from C to AB

also on my diagram the quadrilateral was ABQP rather than ABPQ
2. (Original post by TeeEm)
this tough question is freshly written today during one of my lessons

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I was asked to mention the student, so here it comes
This vector question was "LIVE AT RAJIV'S
Too easy my friend.

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3. (Original post by the bear)
done....

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λ = 0 for the foot of the perpendicular from C to AB

also on my diagram the quadrilateral was ABQP rather than ABPQ
Yep same, dropped some perpssss and we are done.

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4. (Original post by the bear)
done....

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λ = 0 for the foot of the perpendicular from C to AB

also on my diagram the quadrilateral was ABQP rather than ABPQ
P and Q are not unique
5. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Too easy my friend.

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Two questions for you
1. are feeling good about yourself?
2. would you like me to write a solution?
6. (Original post by TeeEm)
this tough question is freshly written today during one of my lessons

Attachment 494751
I was asked to mention the student, so here it comes
This vector question was "LIVE AT RAJIV'S
The pictures get me everytime.
7. (Original post by TeeEm)
Two questions for you
1. are feeling good about yourself?
2. would you like me to write a solution?
Chillll, I was joking it is a nice question. Tbh It reminds me of an edexcel question but i just can't remember what year it was.
Is it right though yh?

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8. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Chillll, I was joking it is a nice question. Tbh It reminds me of an edexcel question but i just can't remember what year it was.
Is it right though yh?

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I am chilled ...

(you did not answer neither question)
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9. (Original post by Star-girl)
The pictures get me everytime.
one of my trademarks
10. (Original post by TeeEm)
one of my trademarks
You do it well.
11. (Original post by TeeEm)
I am chilled ...

(you did not answer neither question)
Oh kl,
q2. if I did it wrong, yes write a solution.
q1,I always feel good

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12. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Oh kl,
q2. if I did it wrong, yes write a solution.
q1,I always feel good

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I have no idea if you did it right as I have difficulty reading your scripts... the answer is there so if you got it you must got it right.

the solution I will write anyhow as this goes into one of my papers
whole question is either 5 or 6 marks.
it looks that you went to a lot of bother there
13. (Original post by TeeEm)
this tough question is freshly written today during one of my lessons

Attachment 494751
I was asked to mention the student, so here it comes
This vector question was "LIVE AT RAJIV'S
I got it
But you definitely don't want to see the state of my workings
14. (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
I got it
But you definitely don't want to see the state of my workings
I hope you did it the clever way
15. (Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
I got it
But you definitely don't want to see the state of my workings
Can you read/understand my working?
I thought it was nice n neat.

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16. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Can you read/understand my working?
I thought it was nice n neat.

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Can read it fine, pretty sure I get what you've done. My route was a bit odd; I let (a, b, c) be a direction vector of the perpendicular between the lines and then used the dot product and the fact that they had to intersect to find relationships between (a, b, c) and then just let a = 1. Then solved for the necessary parameter needed in getting from one line to the other and used the resulting distance in the trapezium formula along with 4|AB| + |AB| getting 5root(3)/2 * (2root(6)) like you did. Sounds more long-winded than it is probably
17. (Original post by TeeEm)
I hope you did it the clever way
It would be a momentous occasion if I ever did a problem the clever way
18. (Original post by physicsmaths)
Can you read/understand my working?
I thought it was nice n neat.

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(Original post by 13 1 20 8 42)
It would be a momentous occasion if I ever did a problem the clever way
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19. (Original post by TeeEm)
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I basically found d, then did area of a trapezium. This way is nice aswell.

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20. (Original post by physicsmaths)
I basically found d, then did area of a trapezium. This way is nice aswell.

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thank you that you approve!
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