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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    if you leave money under your pillow you get a maths problem
    As long as it's not mechanics...


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    (Original post by zetamcfc)
    I have.......:cry:
    ..and I will be :laugh:
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    ..and I will be :laugh:
    Me three (inserts sad face)


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    (Original post by drandy76)
    As long as it's not mechanics...


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    Amen to that :five: although if zacken is delivering the problems i doubt it will be
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    Amen to that :five: although if zacken is delivering the problems i doubt it will be
    It will probably require a reduction formula involving hyperbolic trig identities and 3 successive integration by parts with powers m and n


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    It will probably require a reduction formula involving hyperbolic trig identities and 3 successive integration by parts with powers m and n


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    Not a good sign that I can immediately think of a STEP III question that does this... :cry:

    Guess it's me four.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Not a good sign that I can immediately think of a STEP III question that does this... :cry:

    Guess it's me four.
    Don't tease us, gonna need the year, need my reduction formula fix


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    (Original post by drandy76)
    It will probably require a reduction formula involving hyperbolic trig identities and 3 successive integration by parts with powers m and n

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    if that's the case he can have my life savings :laugh: reduction formula are so sexy :perv: are you doing FP3 this year?
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    if that's the case he can have my life savings :laugh: reduction formula are so sexy :perv: are you doing FP3 this year?
    My class had the option of doing M3 or FP3, we took it to a vote and M3 won 5 votes to 2, have to content myself to working through the chapters in my spare time


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    Zacken drandy76


    Given that  \displaystyle I_n = \int_0^a (a^2 -x^2)^n\: \text{d}x

    Show that  \displaystyle I_n = \frac{2na^2}{1+2n} I_{n-1}

    I done this with standard trig, but a teacher showed me this method, its so so good, ill spoiler the solution so you can try it first
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    (Original post by drandy76)
    My class had the option of doing M3 or FP3, we took it to a vote and M3 won 5 votes to 2, have to content myself to working through the chapters in my spare time
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    ah damn, how could 5/7 people turn down FP3 smh they dont know what they missed
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    Zacken drandy76


    Given that  \displaystyle I_n = \int_0^a (a^2 -x^2)^n\: \text{d}x

    Show that  \displaystyle I_n = \frac{2na^2}{1+2n} I_{n-1}

    I done this with standard trig, but a teacher showed me this method, its so so good, ill spoiler the solution so you can try it first
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    Isn't this the method you alway use? It's certainly the one I always do!
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    Zacken drandy76


    Given that  \displaystyle I_n = \int_0^a (a^2 -x^2)^n\: \text{d}x

    Show that  \displaystyle I_n = \frac{2na^2}{1+2n} I_{n-1}

    I done this with standard trig, but a teacher showed me this method, its so so good, ill spoiler the solution so you can try it first
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    The a^2 -x^2 actually reminds me of a pretty neat circle question I saw in my c4 textbook, I think I remember my teacher showing my class the adding 0 trick during this topic as well


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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    ah damn, how could 5/7 people turn down FP3 smh they dont know what they missed
    3 engineers and 2 bottle jobs, they have brought shame upon the school


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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Isn't this the method you alway use? It's certainly the one I always do!
    nope im a bit of a trig fanboy myself :laugh:

    I thought youd be impressed with the creating zero trick :cry:


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    The a^2 -x^2 actually reminds me of a pretty neat circle question I saw in my c4 textbook, I think I remember my teacher showing my class the adding 0 trick during this topic as well
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    no one impressed then, well... :vroam:
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    nope im a bit of a trig fanboy myself :laugh:

    I thought youd be impressed with the creating zero trick :cry:




    no one impressed then, well... :vroam:
    Sorry my teacher beat you to the punch I guess? (Using mobile and have no clue how to pure emotes on)


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    3 engineers and 2 bottle jobs, they have brought shame upon the school
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    oh damn, I hope their sinh-y reputations within school have been dented :ahee:
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    Sorry my teacher beat you to the punch I guess? (Using mobile and have no clue how to pure emotes on)

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    ah well, me-->:boxing:<--your teacher
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    (Original post by DylanJ42)
    oh damn, I hope their sinh-y reputations within school have been dented :ahee:
    It's almost certainty b-cosh of their choices to become to pick m3 rather tanh their reluctance to do FP3


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    ah well, me-->:boxing:<--your teacher
    I'll nutmeg him in the sixthform vs teachers game for you


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