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    Join the facebok group,
    mabey mabey we can create headlines like biology the other day.
    might aswell try :P

    http://www.facebook.com/search/?q=ch...d=280855391532
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    good god...

    as i said in the other thread, did you not think about the fact that both parts of the question started with "Given that"?
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    What the hell?

    I am sick and tired of people making a facebook group just because they failed to use their brain.
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    Fail.
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    op will
    (Original post by v1oXx-)
    Fail.
    :teehee:
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    LOL give it up OP there was nothing wrong with the math question:rofl: :facepalm2:

    edit: just checked the facebook loooooooool i can't stop laughin:rofl: :toofunny:
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    I've seen the question which this is about and it's blantantly obvious they didn't mean to put x = tan y into the first bit, and that doing that would not lead to the printed answer.
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    What was wrong with the question?
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    So apparently making Facebook groups to complain about exams people have taken is the new cool thing to do, after the AQA Biology 'fiasco'.
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    orite Rough Inclined Plane?

    you're either named Alex Bramham or Robin Spinks! Im plumping for Robin
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    (Original post by fps_cam)
    orite Rough Inclined Plane?

    you're either named Alex Bramham or Robin Spinks! Im plumping for Robin
    #hahah bingo! when i first saw it there was only robin.
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    Can someone tell us what the whole question was?
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    I tried to put the first part into the second part, only when I came on Tsr did I realise how easy it was :indiff:
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    (Original post by Swayum)
    Can someone tell us what the whole question was?
    Given that x=tany

    Prove that dy/dx=1/(1+x^2)

    edit: The bit before asked you to differentiate a equation using the quotient rule I believe.
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    (Original post by Doughboy)
    What the hell?

    I am sick and tired of people making a facebook group just because they failed to use their brain.
    This exactly. I saw one for OCR A2 chemistry, there was absolutely nothing wrong with that paper.
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    (Original post by Swayum)
    Can someone tell us what the whole question was?
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    (Original post by Pheylan)
    I agree it's very bad form on their part, but it's obvious that the two are unrelated (or at least it should be to whomever deserves 5 marks).
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    What's the point of this thread?

    Is it so hard to find dx/dy using the quotient rule then put a long horizontal line above your answer, and then a short vertical line above that?
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    (Original post by Swayum)
    I agree it's very bad form on their part, but it's obvious that the two are unrelated (or at least it should be to whomever deserves 5 marks).
    that part(question 4) was the easiest of all! lol differentiation is so damn easy! can't wait to move on to integration by recognition:p:
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    (Original post by Swayum)
    I agree it's very bad form on their part, but it's obvious that the two are unrelated (or at least it should be to whomever deserves 5 marks).
    What's wrong with the question? It's easy.
 
 
 
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