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I am doing okay on finding stationary points and In differentiation topics but I tend to struggle on questions that involves a diagram .
What I am trying to say is , I get stuck on questions where a figure is given (such as rectangular tanks, triangular prisms etc ) .
then asks us to show that volume/area is _____ and then asks us to differentiate and find the stationary points.
Maybe it's because I am not that familiar with their formulas .
is there any suggestions on how I can implement on those questions?
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how I can improve*
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You could check out revision resources regarding this topic on Physicsandmathstutor.com
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You can solve different questions on that topic and practice those?
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Keep practicing...it’s basically the same method for each question. You will catch on to the method once you have completed loads of questions
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(Original post by Sam_R9)
You could check out revision resources regarding this topic on Physicsandmathstutor.com
(Original post by Sam_R9)
You could check out revision resources regarding this topic on Physicsandmathstutor.com
i will do that, thank you
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i will do that, thank you
Glad to help
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