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    PRSOM :laugh:
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Oh look, its that crybaby from " Improve my grades " about his lazy background thinking it was hell.
    Aye, guess you really are illiterate. It's not called "Improve my grades", the quotation marks are making you look quite stupid. Not that it wasn't already blindingly obvious.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Aye, guess you really are illiterate. It's not called "Improve my grades", the quotation marks are making you look quite stupid. Not that it wasn't already blindingly obvious.
    Oh, I'm the stupid one... At least I accept it if I have problems.
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    (Original post by ckfeister)
    Oh, I'm the stupid one...
    Yep.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Why do you want to multiply everything by pi to get rid of it?

    We have r(2+\pi) = 16\pi \iff r = \frac{16\pi}{2+\pi}, ta-da...
    ohhhh I didn't realise I should factorise one side to make it simple, thank you both for your help i understand the question now and would remember to follow through these steps in similar equations
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Yep.
    Go and accept your problems and fix them... then call me stupid.
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    (Original post by neharajput)
    ohhhh I didn't realise I should factorise one side to make it simple, thank you both for your help i understand the question now and would remember to follow through these steps in similar equations
    Welcome

    Remember in maths it's not always about "learning the steps" - try to understand what you've just done and that way you'll be able to apply your knowledge to this and other situations which might not be obviously similar
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    Yep.
    I don't think you should bother replying, it's just wasting your time... Some people won't change.
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    (Original post by neharajput)
    ohhhh I didn't realise I should factorise one side to make it simple, thank you both for your help i understand the question now and would remember to follow through these steps in similar equations
    Aye - Student403 did the majority, I just jumped in at the last minute. Make sure you understand what I did and all will be good.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Aye - Student403 did the majority, I just jumped in at the last minute. Make sure you understand what I did and all will be good.
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