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1. (Original post by Associativity)
where did the 131 come from? You should find that there is only one stationary point at x=5.
The 131 was meant to be the y value when x=5

Thanks, I think I understand how to do it now
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2. (Original post by Matrix123)
The 131 was meant to be the y value when x=5

Thanks, I think I understand how to do it now
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Oh sorry!
3. (Original post by Associativity)
Oh sorry!
No worries it turns out that what I was doing is a lot simpler than what you both were saying anyway, that's one piece of homework down...

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4. (Original post by Matrix123)
No worries it turns out that what I was doing is a lot simpler than what you both were saying anyway, that's one piece of homework down...

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I was going to say I didn't remember any of that being in GCSE!
5. (Original post by Associativity)
I was going to say I didn't remember any of that being in GCSE!
Hahaha yeah. I'm doing a further maths course alongside GCSE and this is one of the topics in that.

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6. (Original post by Matrix123)
Hahaha yeah. I'm doing a further maths course alongside GCSE and this is one of the topics in that.

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Brilliant! Is that additional maths (what I did) or is it actually A level further maths?
7. (Original post by Matrix123)
Hahaha yeah. I'm doing a further maths course alongside GCSE and this is one of the topics in that.

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oh yea I remember the good old days of FM GCSE. But indeed this is a useful technique for this exam, I seem to remember when I did it a few years back effectively all of the exam is straight line graphs and differentiating simple polynomials
8. (Original post by Associativity)
Brilliant! Is that additional maths (what I did) or is it actually A level further maths?
It's not A Level. It's an AQA Level 2 certificate I've found it really interesting so far - differentiation is my absolute favourite so far. I may have gotten very excited, we've only done about 3 lessons on it so far.
(Original post by EnglishMuon)
oh yea I remember the good old days of FM GCSE. But indeed this is a useful technique for this exam, I seem to remember when I did it a few years back effectively all of the exam is straight line graphs and differentiating simple polynomials
Oh wow. Thanks for that
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9. (Original post by Matrix123)
It's not A Level. It's an AQA Level 2 certificate I've found it really interesting so far - differentiation is my absolute favourite so far. I may have gotten very excited, we've only done about 3 lessons on it so far.

Oh wow. Thanks for that
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I had something similar, it was FSMQ Additional Mathematics (OCR), basically the same content with a bit of vectors and some simple suvat/kinematics chucked in (just to show off how important differentiation/integration was basically).
10. (Original post by Associativity)
I had something similar, it was FSMQ Additional Mathematics (OCR), basically the same content with a bit of vectors and some simple suvat/kinematics chucked in (just to show off how important differentiation/integration was basically).
Oooh cool. Wow that sounds great!

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11. XD
12. i am soooooooooo tired
13. (Original post by AyeshaKhan)
i am soooooooooo tired
Feel free to get some rest, I'll stand watch and make sure nobody else wins in the meantime.
14. haha

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