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    I've done all the solomons and all the edexcel papers, but there is this topic that comes in the solomons and in the book, it is, however, not in a single edexcel papers. Is there any point going over said topic in the book, just incase they decide to throw this question out. Im of to look at the spec now, so it may say there.
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    (Original post by Rough Inclined Plane)
    I've done all the solomons and all the edexcel papers, but there is this topic that comes in the solomons and in the book, it is, however, not in a single edexcel papers. Is there any point going over said topic in the book, just incase they decide to throw this question out. Im of to look at the spec now, so it may say there.
    What topic?
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    What topic is it?
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    I don't have a textbook. I have all edexcel questions since around 1980 though...

    What topic is it?
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    Isn't it the sums and differences of sines and cosines?
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    I bet it's arcsin!
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    I didn't realise this. What's the topic?
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    (Original post by Superman_Jr)
    Isn't it the sums and differences of sines and cosines?
    yep
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    (Original post by sel1234)
    What topic?
    the sums and differences of sines and cosines
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    (Original post by Get Cape.Wear Cape.Fly.)
    I bet it's arcsin!
    the sums and differences of sines and cosines, but that too actually , ive seen one arcsin/arccos question in jan 07 Q8
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    the sum of the differences of sines and cosines is actually in the spec it never came up, but, knowing our luck, it will come tomorrow and feature as THE proof question. So, yeah, learn the proof. Using it's easy - especially if you've done the Solomon G.

    off topic: why did you decline southampton? ( )
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    (Original post by 4WhenImBanned)
    I don't have a textbook. I have all edexcel questions since around 1980 though...

    What topic is it?
    the sums and differences of sines and cosines
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    (Original post by gottastudy)
    What topic is it?
    the sums and differences of sines and cosines
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    (Original post by FZka)
    I didn't realise this. What's the topic?
    the sums and differences of sines and cosines
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    (Original post by Rough Inclined Plane)
    the sums and differences of sines and cosines
    I'm gonna read over that after this paper. Now that you mention it, from the papers I've done so far, they haven't come up yet...
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    Really :O
    I bet we will get it...so is anyone actually bothered to revise?
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    Lol at the OP repeating it for each post like the night before the exam.
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    (Original post by ScaryKid_ScaringKids)
    Really :O
    I bet we will get it...so is anyone actually bothered to revise?
    yea ive done a bit, but there really useful for c4 integration, so its not a waste to learn them
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    im gonna relax, get some rest and start some hardcore revision in the morning...
    GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!
 
 
 
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