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    who agrees with me???
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    (Original post by integral_neo)
    who agrees with me???
    it luks like ur traumatised(integating ur name)
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    yeah i agree. Its harder than P5 too, and thats hardly a walk in the park.
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    (Original post by SUKBarracuda)
    yeah i agree. Its harder than P5 too, and thats hardly a walk in the park.
    I've got all the fun to come next year
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    (Original post by integral_neo)
    who agrees with me???
    i wish i got to do these now...
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    i was trying some of those proof by induction questions a while ago,the trigonometric summation one's are a killer.
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    (Original post by integral_neo)
    who agrees with me???
    I do.
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    Its not that bad when you do the same past paper 3 times...... but then I'm not gonna be getting the jan02 paper next wednesday
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    (Original post by orange soap)
    Its not that bad when you do the same past paper 3 times...... but then I'm not gonna be getting the jan02 paper next wednesday
    OCR?

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    I quite like P6, apart from groups which makes me cry. And uhh weird matrix transformations.
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    yup, I'm on OCR.
    Matrix transformations are kinda okies if you drawa picture... but i always mess up the scale factor of shears.
    Groups just stink. End of story. Esp when they give you sum huge 8x8 table jus full of letters and they say - go find a sub group - it makes your eyes go funny.
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    (Original post by orange soap)
    yup, I'm on OCR.
    Matrix transformations are kinda okies if you drawa picture... but i always mess up the scale factor of shears.
    Groups just stink. End of story. Esp when they give you sum huge 8x8 table jus full of letters and they say - go find a sub group - it makes your eyes go funny.
    rotflmao. I loved the way you put that, really captures the P6 student's contempt for large tables full of a, b, ab^3, a^3b^2 etc etc yawn and mindless exercises in finding subgroups.
 
 
 

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