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    (Original post by Loz17)
    Hopefully not. Its horrible :sad:

    What subjects have you taken?
    Maths, Business and Accounting. What about you?
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    Mine again

    Palindromings :proud:
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    Cheating ****.
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    Not any more. owned,
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    Bye.
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    (Original post by maxfire)
    Cheating ****.
    The epitome of hypocrisy.

    :rofl:
    Bye xx
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    What's the problem?
    Simplify \frac{2x^2+3x}{(2x+3)(x-2)} - \frac{6}{x^2-x-2} as a single fraction in simplist form. I've factorised the numerator and denominator, dunno what to do next
    (Original post by Mist786)
    Maths, Business and Accounting. What about you?
    Very maths based then :sad: Done biology and chemistry (trying to get grades up though), doing A2 maths and AS psychology this year
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    :emo:

    Geddy Lee is too sick for this one. :gangster:
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    Cya Max :wavey:
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    Simplify \frac{2x^2+3x}{(2x+3)(x-2)} - \frac{6}{x^2-x-2} as a single fraction in simplist form. I've factorised the numerator and denominator, dunno what to do next
    On it! :cyber:
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    Maths :emo:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    On it! :cyber:
    Thanks.

    I've got as far as \frac{x(2x+3)}{(2x+3)(x-2)}-\frac{6}{(x+1)(x-2)}

    Dunno whether to cancel the (2x+3), then I'll be completely stuck :unsure:
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    (Original post by A_master)
    Maths :emo:
    My sentiments exactly :yep:
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    My lines are bad. :mmm:
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    See above, btw. :p:

    Quick reply fail. :nothing:
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    (Original post by + polarity -)


    My lines are bad. :mmm:
    Thank you ever so much! :jumphug:

    I really am not gonna do too well in maths :mmm: but they're still time. I moved on to the next question and I'm such again but I'll make a thread, you have reading to do :yep:
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    lol But when I do something I can do it distracts me from things I can't do, which I like :p:

    fffuuuuu
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    (Original post by Loz17)
    Very maths based then :sad: Done biology and chemistry (trying to get grades up though), doing A2 maths and AS psychology this year
    Was bio and chem hard?

    I just can't wait to finish everything
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    Well basically, you factorise, cancel what you can, give them the same denominator, put it all together, expand then factorise/cancel again, if you can.

    Again! Why? :bawling:
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    (Original post by Mist786)
    Was bio and chem hard?

    I just can't wait to finish everything
    It was, but it was interesting :yep:

    Nor can I, 3 yaers of A levels is just :puke:
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    Well basically, you factorise, cancel what you can, give them the same denominator, put it all together, expand then factorise/cancel again, if you can.

    Again! Why? :bawling:
    Thank you I need to remember that :sad:

    Why what? :s:
 
 
 
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