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Anyone else taking P6 on Monday?

I like P6, so hopefully it will be fine. At least we've got P4 as a warm-up exercise beforehand.

Good luck to all taking either of these on Monday.

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Hey richard, i was just wondering what uni you going to. It must be cambridge with the a-levels your doing and the fact that your amazing at maths would suggest maths or maybe compsci?? Anyway good luck on P6 (got a year to wait till mine) and good luck everyone else

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I've got P6 and P4 tomorrow. I'm not looking forward to polar coordinates in P4 or vectors in P6.
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Hey got p6 on monday. did p4 last year. got 94% , not bad at all. have to revise p6. still dont get some of the transformations in the complex numbers and some proof by inductions. but i dont need to worry.
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Originally posted by Unregistered
Hey richard, i was just wondering what uni you going to. It must be cambridge with the a-levels your doing and the fact that your amazing at maths would suggest maths or maybe compsci?? Anyway good luck on P6 (got a year to wait till mine) and good luck everyone else

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No, I'm off to Imperial College London grades dependent to do Maths with Comp. Sci (MSci).

Thanks for the good luck wish!

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Not me, but I've got P4 tomorrow.
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Yup. i'm in for p6 tomorrow.

any last minute tips anyone? ( I know thats a stupid thing to ask)

Anyone else doing m4 edexcel on weds?

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Originally posted by theboyberman
Yup. i'm in for p6 tomorrow.

any last minute tips anyone? ( I know thats a stupid thing to ask)

Anyone else doing m4 edexcel on weds?

Rich
I see there being a big induction question and perhaps a big vectors question (knowing my luck!).
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i am quite relaxed about big vector question, worried about induction and some complex number transformations
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Jus P4 for me, reallly finding it hard to learn stuff now, since the end is just in sight ...

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^^ post by me .. just noticed, there really is no "login" button, or one that I can see anywhere!
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well in that case, can somebody explain how to do this then.

T = (x - yi)/(x + yi), where x,y,TER

Show that:

(1 + T^2)/2T = (x^2 - y^2)/(x^2 + y^2)

I started by applying the conjugate to the bottom of T, so I had a real denominator. I get:

(x-yi)^2/(x^2 + y^2)

Any hints? This question is a biatch.

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What sort of vector methods could they ask? Eg distance between a point and a plane, line of intersection between two plabnes etc....
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