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    (Original post by SuperRoff)
    What is the perfect answer for the question asking about why it is an improper integral? Are they picky on the language you use for those answers?
    I'm not sure if they're particularly picky or not but these are the general answers:
    If one of the limits is infinity then write "The interval of integration is infinite".
    If one of the functions in your integral does not exist at a particular limit such as lnx at x = 0. then write "lnx is not defined at x = 0".
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    (Original post by SuperRoff)
    What is the perfect answer for the question asking about why it is an improper integral? Are they picky on the language you use for those answers?
    Either 1) "One of the limits is undefined ie: cannot have In|0|"
    Or 2) the interval of integration is infite for when one of the limits is infinity
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    (Original post by TheLifelessRobot)
    I'm not sure if they're particularly picky or not but these are the general answers:
    If one of the limits is infinity then write "The interval of integration is infinite".
    If one of the functions in your integral does not exist at a particular limit such as lnx at x = 0. then write "lnx is not defined at x = 0".
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    (Original post by TheLifelessRobot)
    Would it be best just to use a trial function with a degree of n+1 if the DE is set equal to a polynomial of nth degree just to be safe?
    If you're not sure then it wouldn't hurt to in most cases you'll just get the coefficient of the term with degree n+1 to be 0.
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    Not the greatest at McLaughlins Theorem, any advice?
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    (Original post by CrossmanMFC)
    Not the greatest at McLaughlins Theorem, any advice?
    Lol McLaughlins
    All that you need to know for maclaurins is pretty much in the formula booklet
    They will usually ask to differentiate a function like in question 6 june 13, and then you just have to insert those in the formula
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    (Original post by XxswagmasterxX)
    Lol McLaughlins
    All that you need to know for maclaurins is pretty much in the formula booklet
    Its McLaughlins isn't it, im going to do well lol
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    What are you guys doing now
    Idk what to do at this point
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    What are you guys doing now
    Idk what to do at this point
    Well im in school but fp3 wise, reading teachers notes and i want to do those specimen papers and also if i get my hands on those hard polar questions from mat-5...
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    (Original post by XxswagmasterxX)
    Well im in school but fp3 wise, reading teachers notes and i want to do those specimen papers and also if i get my hands on those hard polar questions from mat-5...
    http://theallpapers.com/assessment-a...iance/a-level/

    Scroll down and click Mathematics and all the stuff should be there.
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    (Original post by TheLifelessRobot)
    http://theallpapers.com/assessment-a...iance/a-level/

    Scroll down and click Mathematics and all the stuff should be there.
    U da real mvp
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    (Original post by C0balt)
    What are you guys doing now
    Idk what to do at this point
    Waiting for tomorrow morning to come
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    (Original post by misslili118)
    why can't you just use alpha and 1 with pi/6 and root21 /9 for the sin rule
    Not too sure that way is just what I saw when I was doing it but u can have a go and see if it works
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    I will try to condense the polarquestions from legacy papers after 5 pm, tell me if anyone is interested
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    (Original post by XxswagmasterxX)
    I will try to condense the polarquestions from legacy papers after 5 pm, tell me if anyone is interested
    I would worship you for that
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    (Original post by XxswagmasterxX)
    I will try to condense the polarquestions from legacy papers after 5 pm, tell me if anyone is interested
    yes please!!
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    (Original post by Hjyu1)
    Not too sure that way is just what I saw when I was doing it but u can have a go and see if it works
    i did but it didn't work out I keep getting root 3
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    (Original post by XxswagmasterxX)
    I will try to condense the polarquestions from legacy papers after 5 pm, tell me if anyone is interested
    Would be greatly appreciated.
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    (Original post by CrossmanMFC)
    Its McLaughlins isn't it, im going to do well lol
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Colin_Maclaurin
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    I think he meant it as a joke the second time
 
 
 
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