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    Basically, can you do BASE x height x a half for the triangle in C1????

    Basically I did the base of the coordinate axis (so the length) times the height (which was on the Y axis) x a half??

    Forgetting the numbers I got, the method is correct/?????
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    That method is correct.... I did C1 exam and used the same method but split the triangle into two. Your method is correct, and the answer by the way was 369/10 or 36.9
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    (Original post by Boss987)
    That method is correct.... I did C1 exam and used the same method but split the triangle into two. Your method is correct, and the answer by the way was 369/10 or 36.9
    Oh my god, I got that!!!

    You dont know how happy that makes me ahaha I refused to look at any mark schemes out of fear!
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    (Original post by wantodothebest)
    Oh my god, I got that!!!

    You dont know how happy that makes me ahaha I refused to look at any mark schemes out of fear!
    That's good to hear.

    Fears are educated into us, and can, if we wish, be educated out. TRUSSS
 
 
 
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