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AQA A2 MFP2 Further Pure 2 – 24th June [Exam Discussion Thread] Watch

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    (Original post by 2014_GCSE)
    Do you convert tanh^2(x) in a formula such as 1 + tan^2(x) = sec^2(x) because doesn't this technically contain a sinh^2(x)?

    Sorry, FP2 is an extra voluntarily module so I've kind of ignored it until now and I forget a bunch of small things like this.
    That expression is obtained by dividing cosh^2x - sinh^2x = 1 by sinh^2x. Which gives you a negative 1 rather than positive.
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    I am so utterly screwed for this.
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    (Original post by Hjyu1)
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    Yeah that's fine, basically the same as they do it in the AQA textbook.
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    (Original post by -jordan-)
    That expression is obtained by dividing cosh^2x - sinh^2x = 1 by sinh^2x. Which gives you a negative 1 rather than positive.
    Is there any list out there that has all of the hyperbolic identities ?
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    (Original post by 2014_GCSE)
    Is there any list out there that has all of the hyperbolic identities ?
    You don't need to know all of these but I found this:
    http://www.alcyone.com/max/reference...yperbolic.html
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    (Original post by JackHKeynes)
    You don't need to know all of these but I found this:
    http://www.alcyone.com/max/reference...yperbolic.html
    Doing God's work. <3
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    Can some one help me with the proof by induction question in june 2007 please ? THis chapter really confuses me :/
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    (Original post by Roxanne18)
    Can some one help me with the proof by induction question in june 2007 please ? THis chapter really confuses me :/
    Which bit is it that you can't do specifically? You just do the initial step but starting from n=2 rather than n=1 and then assume true for n=k. Work out your goal as usual by subbing in k+1. Then the sum multiplied by (1-1/(k+1)^2) gives you your goal therefore it's proven by induction (which you can just quote from part a) I assume.
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    Would max / min values of modules of z always be on opposite ends
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    (Original post by Hjyu1)
    Would max / min values of modules of z always be on opposite ends
    Come on, you have to give more information then that, makes no sense the way you've put it.
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    (Original post by IrrationalRoot)
    Come on, you have to give more information then that, makes no sense the way you've put it.
    On a circle *
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    (Original post by -jordan-)
    Which bit is it that you can't do specifically? You just do the initial step but starting from n=2 rather than n=1 and then assume true for n=k. Work out your goal as usual by subbing in k+1. Then the sum multiplied by (1-1/(k+1)^2) gives you your goal therefore it's proven by induction (which you can just quote from part a) I assume.
    Ah right okay, thank you! I'll have another look now (:
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    Predictions for tomorrow? I reckon hard de Moivre's as last year's was quite easy
    (also if anyone knows any resources for hard last minute de Moivre questions it would be appreciated )
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    (Original post by sarcastic-sal)
    Predictions for tomorrow? I reckon hard de Moivre's as last year's was quite easy
    (also if anyone knows any resources for hard last minute de Moivre questions it would be appreciated )
    I will accept my fate as soon as I see 9 questions with hard-core DM question as 9th.
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    (Original post by Hjyu1)
    On a circle *
    Give an example
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    I will accept my fate as soon as I see 9 questions with hard-core DM question as 9th.
    Haha. I hope AQA don't mess this one up, they're too creative recently.
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    (Original post by sarcastic-sal)
    Predictions for tomorrow? I reckon hard de Moivre's as last year's was quite easy
    (also if anyone knows any resources for hard last minute de Moivre questions it would be appreciated )
    June 2013 DM was lovely, did that paper as a mock very recently.
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    I will accept my fate as soon as I see 9 questions with hard-core DM question as 9th.
    I read this as hard-core death match...

    Can't wait till exams are over, my brain is actually fried
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    What's the expression for alpha^3 + beta^3 + gamma^3?
 
 
 
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