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    (Original post by Nylex)
    There was a curve sketching question in the Edexcel P2 in June last year and I would have been stuck without my calculator (would probably just have had to write down values of x and then work out corresponding y-values). Also, they help for polar co-ordinates in P4.. isn't kinda time consuming if you have to draw yourself 'polar co-ordinate graph paper' (as suggested you can in the Heinnemann textbook)?
    I'm taking P4, P5 and P6 this June. Do you think I should use my trusty Texas? Polar co-ordinates especially are a weak point of mine. I hate them.

    I'll have to read the instructions so I can use it properly. The book is a monster.
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    Hey if u GuyS n gAlz need soome help with Any questions i know a good webpage WhiCh will create programs for u which can Be created however u want, all you have to do is email what you need. there are samples on it.

    www.geocities.com/softpro101
 
 
 

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