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    Wow... first you want "anything you can't do", then the slight fallback to "on the GCSE syllabus".

    Anything else, maybe restrict us to no algebra? lol
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    try this clever clogs. (if you get this right you're the cleverest person ive met)
    2x = 4
    find x.
    *** on giv that all you got!
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    (Original post by Fiona_smimms)
    Year 10

    OK. You're on. :mad:

    Unleash me upon them!
    how can you be in year 10? on your profile you were 18 in april!
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    (Original post by RachW)
    how can you be in year 10? on your profile you were 18 in april!
    Heehee. You wonder at which point her grandchild share the same class as her...
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    yeh i thought whizzkids took their gcses in like year 7 - didn't a guy say he got a b at gcse in year 7?
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    If you're so intelligent, add the next line to this sequence

    1
    11
    21
    1211
    111221
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    (Original post by Fiona_smimms)
    Hi.

    ever since i was born people have been saying 'im the cleverest person they've ever met'; 'Fiona...you are sooooo clever'; 'help me with this Fiona'; 'help me with that Fiona!' etc. .

    i just wanna know if there is anything out there i can't do.

    So ***-on- show me what ya Got UKL!!!
    here's a nice easy one for you

    find

    ∫ 1 dx

    good luck
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    (Original post by peebs)
    try this clever clogs. (if you get this right you're the cleverest person ive met)
    2x = 4
    find x.
    *** on giv that all you got!
    did she say she was in year...5?
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    (Original post by kimoni)
    here's a nice easy one for you

    find

    ∫ 1 dx

    good luck

    x+C
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    If you're so intelligent, add the next line to this sequence

    1
    11
    21
    1211
    111221
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    312211
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    (Original post by Fiona_smimms)
    x+C
    If your really only doing GCSE

    INT(lnxdx)
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    How about proving there are infinite many twin primes of the form p, p+2?

    Listen fiona, there are people on this board a lot cleverer than you, just save yourself the embarassment and shut up
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    (Original post by musicboy)
    If your really only doing GCSE

    INT(lnxdx)

    xlnx-x+C
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    Guys I don't know why we, well yous, are bothering with this crap, the simplest way is when she does the exam, and coursework and gets 100%, in her gcse. Why lower yourselves, I'm sure you've got better things to do! :rolleyes:
    Anyways this IS the internet, who doesn't remember cheating on sissyfight.
    Why bother asking questions that can be easily found on the internet, despite her claims of limiting the gcse syllabus.

    I think the best challenge was the UK Maths challenge, shame it's past!
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    (Original post by Fiona_smimms)
    x+C
    oooooh!!!

    have a cookie
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    (Original post by Fiona_smimms)
    Hi.

    ever since i was born people have been saying 'im the cleverest person they've ever met'; 'Fiona...you are sooooo clever'; 'help me with this Fiona'; 'help me with that Fiona!' etc. .

    i just wanna know if there is anything out there i can't do.

    So ***-on- show me what ya Got UKL!!!

    ok...

    ∫1/√(2 - 9x^2) dx
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    (Original post by Fiona_smimms)
    NOT ON GCSE SYLLABUS... bozo!
    Owch! Haven't been called a bozo in a while.

    I agree mik1a, quite a step down from 'anything' to GCSE.

    If you open with such a cocky remark then surely you must expect sarcasm on the part of most people. If you are highly intelligent good for you...don't use UKL as an ego massaging service
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    (Original post by rieuwa)
    Correct!

    Try this one.... If you get it... You're very good.... I challenge every body else on the forum as well.... Very few people got it...

    12,13,14,15,20,22,30,110, ___________

    If all the numbers in this sequence are in some sense equal, what would be the next (and final!) number in the sequence.

    Good luck!
    They all have the same value but are written in different numbering systems.

    Decimal is 12, Non = 13, Oct = 14 and so on through to binary = 1100 (the term required to complete your sequence).
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    arcsinx+C.
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    Show that for each prime p, there exists a prime q such that n^p - p is not divisible by q for any positive integer n.

    Have a go at that one!!!

    MB
 
 
 
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