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1. i know how to do these questions but for this one can i work out the area of the trapezium and then work out area under the curve
and then just subtract to get R?
2. Yup perfectly viable method, probably the prefered way to be honest as less computation. Do it that way and check the answers to find out.
3. (Original post by gress12)
i know how to do these questions but for this one can i work out the area of the trapezium and then work out area under the curve
and then just subtract to get R?
Yes you can.
4. (Original post by RDKGames)
Yes you can.
Do you help out here? Can I ask you a question?
5. (Original post by fx991esplus)
Do you help out here? Can I ask you a question?
Whats up?
6. (Original post by RDKGames)
Whats up?
Okay so this is for the edexcel board, is it ever possible that a question regarding finding the independent value of x in a binomial will come up?

7. (Original post by fx991esplus)
Okay so this is for the edexcel board, is it ever possible that a question regarding finding the independent value of x in a binomial will come up?

It could. A term independent of is just a constant, so I'd imagine they could ask you to find a constant...
8. (Original post by RDKGames)
It could. A term independent of is just a constant, so I'd imagine they could ask you to find a constant...
oh for **** sake ok thanks

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