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# If anyone needs some help for Edexcel non-calcualtor maths watch

1. I'm a solid A grade student but can get some occasional A* so ask away.
2. What are you tips for completing the exam paper?
3. How can I work out/estimate the median from a histogram table???
4. what do you do in algebraic equations when the numerators are numbers like 2 or 3 and the denominators are equations??
5. (Original post by joanna_)
what do you do in algebraic equations when the numerators are numbers like 2 or 3 and the denominators are equations??
cross multiply
6. (Original post by mcfatty)
cross multiply
oh so basically the same thing??
7. (Original post by joanna_)
oh so basically the same thing??
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8. (Original post by joanna_)
what do you do in algebraic equations when the numerators are numbers like 2 or 3 and the denominators are equations??
You basically make the numerators & denominators equal to eachother by multiplying them. Ie if it was 1/x+1 + 2/x+2 you would do this 1(x+2) + 2(x+1)/(x+1)(x+2) and you just simplify it. So you would get 3x+4/(x+1)(x+2)

Hope that helped ask if you need clarification.
9. (Original post by Zx12r1)
You basically make the numerators & denominators equal to eachother by multiplying them. Ie if it was 1/x+1 + 2/x+2 you would do this 1(x+2) + 2(x+1)/(x+1)(x+2) and you just simplify it. So you would get 3x+4/(x+1)(x+2)

Hope that helped ask if you need clarification.
yes it did! thank you so so much!!

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