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    easy next question please
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    let f(x)=1 without any loss of generality then its trivial
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    (Original post by STEPGOD)
    let f(x)=1 without any loss of generality then its trivial
    medication issues again?
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    medication issues again?
    :hahaha:
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    medication issues again?
    sorry i am clearly at a higher intellectual level then you so of course you don't understand. Let me put my solution in layman's terms:

    YOU LET F(X)=1 WITHOUT ANY LOSS OF GENERALITY (do you know what this means or do you want me to explain?) THEN F(SQRT(X)) IS JUST F(X)=1 AND SO ON AND SO FORTH.

    you should be pleased i even bothered to waste my time on such an easy question

    goodbye
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    (Original post by STEPGOD)
    sorry i am clearly at a higher intellectual level then you so of course you don't understand. Let me put my solution in layman's terms:

    YOU LET F(X)=1 WITHOUT ANY LOSS OF GENERALITY (do you know what this means or do you want me to explain?) THEN F(SQRT(X)) IS JUST F(X)=1 AND SO ON AND SO FORTH.

    you should be pleased i even bothered to waste my time on such an easy question

    goodbye

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    Part d) looks like a nightmare.
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    easy, the answer is that large surface area increases rate of reaction

    surface area is always the answer
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    Part d) looks like a nightmare.
    its actually really easy, see attached
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    (Original post by STEPGOD)
    its actually really easy, see attached
    So many lines
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    This question will go straight into one of my papers.
    I will post the solution on Monday
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    Done the first 3.

    For that last one, is that y= f' (x) ?
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    (Original post by Star-girl)
    Done the first 3.

    For that last one, is that y= f' (x) ?
    yes it is
    gradient function of f
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    (Original post by TeeEm)
    yes it is
    gradient function of f
    Okie dokie. Done the whole question now. I am exhausted though as I had 5 hours of sleep last night. I will draw them up in neat and then post the graphs tomorrow morning. Then I can check if I have made any glaring errors.
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    Okie dokie. Done the whole question now. I am exhausted though as I had 5 hours of sleep last night. I will draw them up in neat and then post the graphs tomorrow morning. Then I can check if I have made any glaring errors.
    It's only a dream that I one day become as good as you at maths
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    easy, the answer is that large surface area increases rate of reaction

    surface area is always the answer
    Basically A-level biology/chemistry lol
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    Ooh. New TeeEm questions.



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    Am I right in thinking that
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    f(X)=\frac{4(X+3)(X-3)}{(x-4)(x+2)}


    So it's just a little algebraic manipulation to solve the questions?
 
 
 
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