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    I really do not understand Critical path analysis and network flows. Can somebody help? Thanks 😁
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    How much of these topics do you know? I do AQA but I am certain that they will be similar
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    (Original post by LukeReynoldson)
    I really do not understand Critical path analysis and network flows. Can somebody help? Thanks 😁
    no one does don't worry, just follow the algorithm and don't think about it too much
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    no one does don't worry, just follow the algorithm and don't think about it too much
    That is terrible advice - the key principle in all of mathematics is to understand what you are doing: students who simply expect to be able to follow standard procedures at university level and beyond find themselves struggling when trying to solve problems. You are thus a stupid idiot.
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    (Original post by HapaxOromenon)
    That is terrible advice - the key principle in all of mathematics is to understand what you are doing: students who simply expect to be able to follow standard procedures at university level and beyond find themselves struggling when trying to solve problems. You are thus a stupid idiot.
    kool, if you feel so strongly about D2 then good for you
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    (Original post by Gome44)
    kool, if you feel so strongly about D2 then good for you
    That was so savage LOOOOOL
 
 
 
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