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    A challenging question for you M1 students... I'll post my solution later.
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    A challenging question for you M1 students... I'll post my solution later.
    what paper is this from?
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    what paper is this from?
    It's not off any paper, its one I put together
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    what paper is this from?
    He made it himself.
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    Any takers?
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    Any takers?
    PRSOM. Rep'ed now.

    Wasn't going to do it myself, to let those actually doing M1 have a go.
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    A challenging question for you M1 students... I'll post my solution later.
    I got 3a for the first one
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    I got 3a for the first one
    Unlikely. That would imply the width of the curve at the bottom, then at the midline of the hexagon, and then at the top, goes down by "a" each time, for equal increments in height; which is contrary to the shape of the curve.
 
 
 
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