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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Chain rule, yes. Nice and easy. I can't stand product rule though...

    And I'm doing P6 as part of AS Further Maths, along with M1 and S2. Somehow I don't need to do P4 and P5. Don't ask me I'm a bit tipsy...
    P6 is a 'stand alone' module that doesn't need knowledge of P4/5 -apparently.
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    (Original post by FurbyMaX)
    Maskall, yes you're very good. Now I shall ask you some questions that will test your knowledge on Differentiation.

    1) Differentiate y=(7x-4)^4 by first principle.

    2) Differentiate y= (((5x+2)^3+6x^2)^1/3)/(9x^3-2)+6x-9*(6x+2)^1/3
    lol. Bet he couldn't do it.
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    lol. Bet he couldn't do it.
    p1:100/100
    p2:96/100
    p3:93/100
    p4:91/100
    M1:86/100
    M2:88/100
    S1:98/100
    D1:98/100
    D2:98/100
    on my gap year going uni next yr
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    (Original post by mathematician)
    p1:100/100
    p2:96/100
    p3:93/100
    p4:91/100
    M1:86/100
    M2:88/100
    S1:98/100
    D1:98/100
    D2:98/100
    on my gap year going uni next yr
    Did anyone ask you for your module results? They're ok, do you want a medal?
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    (Original post by DamianHolt)
    Did anyone ask you for your module results? They're ok, do you want a medal?
    they are impressive but boasting isnt good!
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    And neither is not answering the question when asked and just coming up with some numbers.
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    (Original post by yawn1)
    P6 is a 'stand alone' module that doesn't need knowledge of P4/5 -apparently.
    Yeah, that's what I was told when I was doing AS Further Maths (cos we were gonna do P4 and P6 and 1 applied, but didn't and did 2 applied instead). Although, looking at the stuff in P6 (Edexcel), it seems you might need a little knowledge of P4/P5 (like for Argand diagrams - P4 complex numbers and hyperbolic functions, which are in P5).
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    (Original post by mathematician)
    p1:100/100
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    p4:91/100
    M1:86/100
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    S1:98/100
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    on my gap year going uni next yr
    Why don't you answer my questions first.
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    I love maths inside out, but one thing I dislike about maths is the rivalry, especially on this forum. All these people giving there ums marks, they don't mean anything because there all either marked up or marked down. I can't be bothered competing with maths, as long as I can do it and I know that I can do it I feel that I don't need to prove it to anyone.
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    (Original post by Sir I. Newton)
    I love maths inside out, but one thing I dislike about maths is the rivalry, especially on this forum. All these people giving there ums marks, they don't mean anything because there all either marked up or marked down. I can't be bothered competing with maths, as long as I can do it and I know that I can do it I feel that I don't need to prove it to anyone.
    Very true. It doesnt get much better at Uni, I'm afraid.
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    (Original post by Sir I. Newton)
    I love maths inside out, but one thing I dislike about maths is the rivalry, especially on this forum. All these people giving there ums marks, they don't mean anything because there all either marked up or marked down. I can't be bothered competing with maths, as long as I can do it and I know that I can do it I feel that I don't need to prove it to anyone.
    Some people will try to turn everything into a willy waving contest...which is quite sad as they're usually the people with the least to wave :|
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    (Original post by mathematician)
    p1:100/100
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    p4:91/100
    M1:86/100
    M2:88/100
    S1:98/100
    D1:98/100
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    on my gap year going uni next yr
    you did **** in m1 and m2, what happened?
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    (Original post by ZJuwelH)
    Chain rule, yes. Nice and easy. I can't stand product rule though...

    And I'm doing P6 as part of AS Further Maths, along with M1 and S2. Somehow I don't need to do P4 and P5. Don't ask me I'm a bit tipsy...
    product rule?

    thats just the same thing! you just do chain rule more than once then times stuff together and simplify everything!
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    (Original post by kikzen)
    product rule?

    thats just the same thing! you just do chain rule more than once then times stuff together and simplify everything!
    SO FAR I HAVE FOUND A-LEVEL MATHS EASIER THAN GCSE...HONEST.

    MY HOMEWORK MARKS AND MOCK EXAM 4 P1 WAS EBTTER THAN MY FRIGGIN GCSE'S LOL!
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    SO FAR I HAVE FOUND A-LEVEL MATHS EASIER THAN GCSE...HONEST.

    MY HOMEWORK MARKS AND MOCK EXAM 4 P1 WAS EBTTER THAN MY FRIGGIN GCSE'S LOL!
    does that mean you have to have caps lock on? no it doesnt. idiot.
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    (Original post by ShOcKzZ)
    does that mean you have to have caps lock on? no it doesnt. idiot.
    sorry mate.

    sorry.

    i was just saying, that 4 some reason a-level maths has been fine 4 me. i seemed to ahve a few more problems at gcse if anything. a-level has been pretty good so far, i enjoy maths now.

    how did u find P1 compared to GCSE mate?
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    (Original post by BIG_MASKALL)
    SO FAR I HAVE FOUND A-LEVEL MATHS EASIER THAN GCSE...HONEST.

    MY HOMEWORK MARKS AND MOCK EXAM 4 P1 WAS EBTTER THAN MY FRIGGIN GCSE'S LOL!
    See what I mean - willy wavers :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Pencil Queen)
    See what I mean - willy wavers :rolleyes:
    ???

    hows is that?

    saying that i didnt find GCSE that easy is boasting?
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    (Original post by mathematician)
    thts cos u aint got the mind for it
    too inteligent for ppl like u,
    And you haven't got the mind for many other things I bet, doesnt make it so you aren't 'too intelligent' .

    So, Mr 'I'm fantastic at Maths' , how about you give me some of your intelligent insight into exactly the foundations of maths are?
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    (Original post by mathematician)
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    S1:98/100
    D1:98/100
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    on my gap year going uni next yr
    yeah i did better in both mechanics exams, but u did beat me in every other one...
 
 
 
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