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    (Original post by sil3nt_cha0s)
    I class a guy as being tall when he's 6 foot and over tbh.

    Then anything above 6 foot 5 is freakishly tall.
    :sexface: tall it is.
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    Bye, silent, you \dfrac{1}{cos(C)} thing.
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    No problemo :mmm:
    And chemo? You don't have cancer do you :sad:
    :mmm:
    We really shouldn't joke about cancer...
    :teehee:
    I'd say tall was 5"10 and onwards.
    Quite like being 5"4...Not too tall but not too short. My poor mother is like 5 foot. Sometimes I put stuff she needs on the top shelf of the cupboards so cant reach :mmm:
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    (Original post by Smeh)
    We really shouldn't joke about cancer...
    :teehee:
    I'd say tall was 5"10 and onwards.
    Quite like being 5"4...Not too tall but not too short. My poor mother is like 5 foot. Sometimes I put stuff she needs on the top shelf of the cupboards so cant reach :mmm:
    I know, it's a risky topic. But I went there :hand:
    I feel sorry for your mum, I hope she gives you a slap when you deserve it :gah:
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    I'm so proud of my mathematical joke :mmm: No one's quoted me on it yet :sigh:
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    :ahee: Unlucky.

    Implicit, is easy though, compared to calculus in C3. The hardest integration you'll really get in C4 is when you have a differential equation, and you need to ln it.

    By the way, do you say ln like lin, or lern? My maths class says lin, but my physics class says lern :hmmm:
    I never understood implicit until today, we did it in 5 mins at the end just to get ahead and it was rather easy, although I get a little mixed up differentiating xy though, but its logical.

    C3 calculus is ok on EdExcel coz theres no intergration, just the general differentiation rules and differentiating e, ln and trig. I remember there is **** loads of integration as well in C3 on AQA

    I say ln as lun, that the best thing I can type to describe it.
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    Bye, silent, you \dfrac{1}{cos(C)} thing.
    :rofl:

    That did take me a while though, I didn't understand the C part until I said it out loud :getmecoat:
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    Bye, silent, you \dfrac{1}{cos(C)} thing.
    :toofunny: :rofl: :rofl2: :lol:
    ...:sigh:
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    :woo: Spotify have The Betrayed on it already, and its not even out yet :eek:

    Once A7X is finished I'll listen, this solo is ******* epic
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    I never understood implicit until today, we did it in 5 mins at the end just to get ahead and it was rather easy, although I get a little mixed up differentiating xy though, but its logical.

    C3 calculus is ok on EdExcel coz theres no intergration, just the general differentiation rules and differentiating e, ln and trig. I remember there is **** loads of integration as well in C3 on AQA

    I say ln as lun, that the best thing I can type to describe it.
    I know, some C3 integration is a mothertrucker.

    :cry2: lun sounds so dull :gah:
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    Hey, kids. :sly:
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    The Betrayed, that must've been put on today. That's so sick !
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    I know, it's a risky topic. But I went there :hand:
    I feel sorry for your mum, I hope she gives you a slap when you deserve it :gah:
    She gets her own back dw.
    I do alot of cleaning.
    I swear she makes the kitchen as messy as possible when she's cooking :shifty:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Hey, kids. :sly:
    :hugs: you're back. How's things?
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    I know, some C3 integration is a mothertrucker.

    :cry2: lun sounds so dull :gah:
    :sadnod: Esepcially by parts :cry2:

    I might understand it better now though coz I'm used to using substitutions for U and that, whereas I had no idea last year.

    It was the way the teacher said it who 1st taught me ln, my new teacher says it in a strange way (I can't remember, I don't really listen to the ***** tbh) so its what I do really.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Hey, kids. :sly:
    :woo:

    :hi:
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    :hugs: you're back. How's things?
    Good. I lurked so much while I was banned though. :sigh: I don't think the rehabilitation was successful.

    I also have lots of threads to make, and lots of old threads to resurrect. :ahee:

    How's :beard: C3?

    (Original post by Loz17)
    :woo:

    :hi:
    :lol:
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    (Original post by Smeh)
    She gets her own back dw.
    I do alot of cleaning.
    I swear she makes the kitchen as messy as possible when she's cooking :shifty:
    Nyahaha. You deserve it :hand:
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    Already? Really?:sigh:
 
 
 
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