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    Ask me any C1 question if you're finding it hard and I will answer it.

    You can ask C2 or C3 as well but this thread is mainly focused on tomorrow's C1 exam. I want to make sure everyone's ready to get 100% on this


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    (Original post by Trapz99)
    Ask me any C1 question if you're finding it hard and I will answer it.

    You can ask C2 or C3 as well but this thread is mainly focused on tomorrow's C1 exam. I want to make sure everyone's ready to get 100% on this


    (make sure you quote me when asking questions, or I might not notice)
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    Help me good sir
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    Help me good sir
    Evaluate p+q+r by writing \frac{3}{2} \equiv \frac{6}{4} and adding fractions normally.

    Then evaluate pqr by multiplying them normally.
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    Help me good sir
    1) Add p+q+r which equals 6.
    2) Multiply q and r first to get rid of the surds, the multiply that by p to get 6.
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    Evaluate p+q+r by writing \frac{3}{2} \equiv \frac{6}{4} and adding fractions normally.

    Then evaluate pqr by multiplying them normally.
    (Original post by Trapz99)
    1) Add p+q+r which equals 6.
    2) Multiply q and r first to get rid of the surds, the multiply that by p to get 6.
    3) they both equal 6 so they are both equal.Name:  image.jpg
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    thanks guys!
 
 
 
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