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    I uploaded the paper on https://www.scribd.com/doc/275511739/PHAS1245 and would appreciate any help i can get with any of the questions and how to solve them. Exam in 10 days please help! ;'(
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    (Original post by MrBiology)
    I uploaded the paper on https://www.scribd.com/doc/275511739/PHAS1245 and would appreciate any help i can get with any of the questions and how to solve them. Exam in 10 days please help! ;'(
    do they give you in advance the paper you are going to sit?
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    (Original post by MrBiology)
    I uploaded the paper on https://www.scribd.com/doc/275511739/PHAS1245 and would appreciate any help i can get with any of the questions and how to solve them. Exam in 10 days please help! ;'(
    I think only a good Maths tutor can save you right now. He/she can guide you how to solve questions and can improve your concepts a great deal! To help you more, i've in boxed you some additional details
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    your entire Q10 (not split into parts) is the Q38, in post 7 of this thread
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3351861
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    do they give you in advance the paper you are going to sit?
    I got this in the mail from ucl so I wanna solve it. Any idea how?
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    (Original post by MrBiology)
    I got this in the mail from ucl so I wanna solve it. Any idea how?
    Half the questions are A level further Maths
    the other half is typical of most method courses (loads of limiting processes)

    I know how to do it but this does not help you.
    Your paper will not be the same.
    You need to find a mathematician in your area and will need practically a lesson every day up to the day of your resit (I assume you are resitting) plus your own work on top to pass this paper.

    Or maybe the university expects you to do it yourself, bring it with you on a session like an interview where you will be asked questions on it, in order to be awarded a pass.

    I pointed in an earlier post where to find the entire solution of Q10
    (This is the hardest/messier question of your paper)

    I do not know what you expect in terms of help...
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    Whatever you do, do not listen to teeeem.
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    [QUOTE=TeeEm;58758999]Half the questions are A level further Maths
    the other half is typical of most method courses (loads of limiting processes)

    I know how to do it but this does not help you.
    Your paper will not be the same.
    You need to find a mathematician in your area and will need practically a lesson every day up to the day of your resit (I assume you are resitting) plus your own work on top to pass this paper.

    Or maybe the university expects you to do it yourself, bring it with you on a session like an interview where you will be asked questions on it, in order to be awarded a pass.

    I pointed in an earlier post where to find the entire solution of Q10
    (This is the hardest/messier question of your paper)

    I do not know what you expect in terms of help...[/QUOTE

    in the email it stated that this is the exact exam I will resit. I dont understand why theyd give me the test but that's what they said. I'd appreciate if you showed me solutions to them
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    your entire Q10 (not split into parts) is the Q38, in post 7 of this thread
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3351861
    thanks alot bro!
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    Post your working and where you are stuck and I am sure people will help you.

    We are NOT going to provide you with a set of complete answers so you can cheat. If anyone starts to do so, I will close the thread.
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    Post your working and where you are stuck and I am sure people will help you.

    We are NOT going to provide you with a set of complete answers so you can cheat. If anyone starts to do so, I will close the thread.
    what do you mean cheat? I need help solving this damn paper that's not cheating it's called no knowing ****. Please troll elsewhere
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    what do you mean cheat? I need help solving this damn paper that's not cheating it's called no knowing ****. Please troll elsewhere
    Are you going to post your working or not?
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    what do you mean cheat? I need help solving this damn paper that's not cheating it's called no knowing ****. Please troll elsewhere
    If anyone's trolling, it's you.

    As pointed out (and as you should know from the forum guidelines), we do not provide full solutions on TSR for exam questions or homework.

    If you want someone to help you out on a specific question, post some working and explain where you have got stuck.

    It would also help if you gave us a bit of background e.g. is this a preparatory test before you start a course, or are you resitting a previous exam, or something else? 10 days seems a bit early in the academic year to be sitting a formal exam!
 
 
 
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