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    http://mathsathawthorn.pbworks.com/w...555631/FP2.pdf
    For 7d? Ive worked out the values for x as being -1 & 2 , what do i with them next?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    http://mathsathawthorn.pbworks.com/w...555631/FP2.pdf
    For 7d? Ive worked out the values for x as being -1 & 2 , what do i with them next?
    Notifications aren't working correctly on the site, sorry.

    I'm not sure why 7d requires you to find any x values? (and are you sure you're not giving up too easily? After all, you don't seem to be looking at the MS if there is one).
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    Notifications aren't working correctly on the site, sorry.

    I'm not sure why 7d requires you to find any x values? (and are you sure you're not giving up too easily? After all, you don't seem to be looking at the MS if there is one).
    Haha its not about me giving up early , ive got 2 exams on Friday morning which isnt far off , ill link the ms
    https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&so...PlThO30KpIvQSA
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Haha its not about me giving up early , ive got 2 exams on Friday morning which isnt far off , ill link the ms
    https://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&so...PlThO30KpIvQSA
    Okay - just checking. But again, why does 7d require you to find x values?
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Okay - just checking. But again, why does 7d require you to find x values?
    Well whenever it tells me to work out the inverse , i do it just in general , what way would you do it?
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    Okay - just checking. But again, why does 7d require you to find x values?
    Sean?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Sean?
    Like I said, notifications (and a lot of other things) on this site are bugging out. I got your second one but not your first one.

    But you've said that you're worked out two x values as -1 and 2, when it's asking for x in general (as you said in your previous post?)
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Like I said, notifications (and a lot of other things) on this site are bugging out. I got your second one but not your first one.

    But you've said that you're worked out two x values as -1 and 2, when it's asking for x in general (as you said in your previous post?)
    Dw its fine , well ive put y as 1 and then got the quadratic equation
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    Dw its fine , well ive put y as 1 and then got the quadratic equation
    ..I'm not sure what you're doing to be honest, but if you get the right answer, then well done
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    ..I'm not sure what you're doing to be honest, but if you get the right answer, then well done
    Hahah lmao , i need to get the right answer!!! Ive done 3 marks worth of it, i sent the ms but i dont understand the rest?
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    (Original post by Ayaz789)
    Hahah lmao , i need to get the right answer!!! Ive done 3 marks worth of it, i sent the ms but i dont understand the rest?
    Well, I've just had a look at the MS and it must be the wrong one because there's no 7d there. Also, you're only half-responding to my posts - you aren't telling me why you're finding x and y values when 7d is asking for a function, as far as I can see. I'm not entirely convinced that you mean part d) either. It seems I'm not really helping here, so good luck!
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Well, I've just had a look at the MS and it must be the wrong one because there's no 7d there. Also, you're only half-responding to my posts - you aren't telling me why you're finding x and y values when 7d is asking for a function, as far as I can see. I'm not entirely convinced that you mean part d) either. It seems I'm not really helping here, so good luck!
    What question are you looking at sean Its FP2 :/ Check the ms again please?
 
 
 
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