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Wooo we have our own club now, complete with two cross dressers and a bi-polar disorder sexual harassment suit in the making.

And a Limecat.

Wow aren't we lucky
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i rule :cool:
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lol
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We should have a song and a pretty badge too
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Ooooh And Skirts!
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well i'm off to bed now

about 3 hours after i originaly said i would

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Ohh yay the insomniac club! Now all we need is Nytol... what the hell...

Expect much random crap on this thread people.
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Ooooh And Skirts!
for me?

well i am half scottish......
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for me?

well i am half scottish......
Oh I'm sorry...

and DON'T GO TO BED!!
nooooo bed is evil, clown will eat you
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the insomniac club. i guess i'm in but i really gotta try to sleep cos i have a driving lesson in the morning
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*waggles fingers at all that are considering bed*

Nooooooo *bursts into tears*

I can't get to sleep and I'll be sad on my lonesome
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the insomniac club. i guess i'm in but i really gotta try to sleep cos i have a driving lesson in the morning
Where in Hants you from? I used to go to havant college if that means anything to u!
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Crap. My computer is very possibly screwed. Typical, technical brother just gone back to uni, father away. MSN advice from brother failing.

Not happy.


There's a cheerful and related contribution for you.
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i'm in portsmouth

yep havant college is cool. I go to the portsmouth grammar school and a lot of my freinds went there instead of staying in our sixth form
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i'm in portsmouth

yep havant college is cool. I go to the portsmouth grammar school and a lot of my freinds went there instead of staying in our sixth form
ARGH PGS! That's on the back of my sister's house! Do you know Louise Roberts (Or Ostrawska) or her sister Trina?
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nope sorry.

lets see who i think went to havant. james titcumb. Steph forest. rachel bisdee. mark wilshire, paddy maude-roxby; mark thompson; georgina wilkinson, and maybe a few others
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Zzzz...
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nope sorry.

lets see who i think went to havant. james titcumb. Steph forest. rachel bisdee. mark wilshire, paddy maude-roxby; mark thompson; georgina wilkinson, and maybe a few others
TITCUMB IS MY BABYYYY!
I love titcumb soooo much ahhh he always has the best make up.
You hear about his gig at the garage?! I tried to get him to hand out flyer in Camden and he refused. Silly prat
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Dani told me to come to the Insomiac thread, so here I am .

A curve has equation y = x^3 + 6x^2 - 36x + 25.
Find the exact co-ordinates of the stationary points of the curve and determine their nature.

dy/dx = 3x^2 + 12x - 36

At the two stationary points, dy/dx = 0, hence:

0 = 3x^2 + 12x - 36
0 = (3x - 6)(x + 6)

x = 2 OR x = -6 at either of the stationary points on the curve.

For the point where x = 2: y = (2)^3 + 6(2)^2 - 36(2) + 25
= 8 + 24 - 72 + 25 = -15

For the point where x = -6: y = (-6)^3 + 6(-6)^2 - 36(-6) + 25
= -216 + 216 + 216 +25 = 241

To determine their nature, find the second derivative of the curve's equation and then sub. in the two values of x, in order to determine the nature of these two stationary points which have these x-coordinates:

d2y/dx^2 = 6x + 12

Sub in x = 2 into the above: d2y/dx^2 = 6(2) + 12 = 24 ----> +ve value ----> (MINIMUM POINT)
Sub in x = -6: d2y/dx^2 = 6(-6) + 12 = -36 + 12 = -24 ---> - ve value ----> (MAXIMUM POINT)

Solutions To Question:

* There is a stationary point on the curve at (2, -15). This is a minimum turning point.
* There is a stationary point on the curve at (-6, 241). This is a maximum turning point.
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TITCUMB IS MY BABYYYY!
I love titcumb soooo much ahhh he always has the best make up.
You hear about his gig at the garage?! I tried to get him to hand out flyer in Camden and he refused. Silly prat
if he doesn't marry Gemma he's marrying me so I can divorce him and keep his name. I also gave the Of Mara CD to Bruce Dickenson and he loved me forever for that!
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