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    O__O
    I thought the paper was alright, even though I know I lost a fair amount of marks on it because I ran out of time...-__-;

    What did you guys think of the paper?
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    I failed at the last question :/ I did the first part of it right though o.o

    a= 3
    b= -4

    P= 3
    q= 5

    ughh ican't remember anymore :/
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    Ditto.

    perimeter = 10+6+13+4.4
    I cant remember the area.

    I PROVED THE LOG! :woo:
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    I failed the log T_T DIE LOGS DIE I HATE YOU.
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    What was the area between the 2 curves? :O
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    OMG! i failed at the logs one!!!!!!!!
    arggghh!



    Bionomail expansion --- what did you guys get?
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    Does anybody know the answer to the arithmetic question where it said the two sums taken away =1256 (i think) and then you had to find out what N was?
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    For the area between the curves I found it to be 5.33333 o.o
    For the binomial expansion I had some weird answer. I was struggling with the signs O_O
    And wtf is the coefficient of w^6???

    I found N to be over 100... I cant remember exactly.... I hope I did it right though! ><;
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    I totally failed that paper because of stupid mistakes I think I'll get a C in it :/
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    (Original post by Haruhi)
    For the area between the curves I found it to be 5.33333 o.o
    For the binomial expansion I had some weird answer. I was struggling with the signs O_O
    And wtf is the coefficient of w^6???

    I found N to be over 100... I cant remember exactly.... I hope I did it right though! ><;
    i didn't get the same area between the curves

    When finding N was it a quadratic equation?
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    yeh wth was the coefficient of w^6 ??
    erm other hard questions was the log one and summation on geometric argh
    but still i did well
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    (Original post by crazyness)
    i didn't get the same area between the curves

    When finding N was it a quadratic equation?
    what area did you get?
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    it was so hard! i dont think i answered a question fully!!
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    I got the N answer using a quadratic equation. I got 27 but I'm fairly sure thats wrong hope for some method marks!
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    (Original post by Joe7168)
    I got the N answer using a quadratic equation. I got 27 but I'm fairly sure thats wrong hope for some method marks!
    did you use the geometric or arithmetic formula?
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    Arithmetic. Is that wrong?
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    i got N=16
    area between curves= 16/3
    coefficient of w^6= 35/256 or something around that but i think that might be wrong
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    (Original post by broady92)
    i got N=16
    area between curves= 16/3
    coefficient of w^6= 35/256 or something around that but i think that might be wrong
    YAY same area.
    for coefficient i got -17.5 :mad:
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    N was a quadratic with no constant at the end o.o
    it was something like
    7N^2 + 15N = 2512
    N(7+15N) = 2512
    N= 2512
    N= 167 o_o


    That sequence was an arithmetic progression...right? please tell me yes.
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    (Original post by Joe7168)
    Arithmetic. Is that wrong?
    I dunno, I used this as well.
 
 
 
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