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    (Original post by natty_d)
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    Although I haven't done any mechanics yet. M1 is after christmas :sigh:
    You are undoubtedly missing out :yep:
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    Ah, *****ing about maths modules are we?
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    (Original post by tommm)
    Ah, *****ing about maths modules are we?
    Merely that FP1 is (now) almost as dull as S1
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Merely that FP1 is (now) almost as dull as S1
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    *grumble*

    Morning!
    How is everyone??
    Good days
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     N - \displaystyle\sum_{n=1}^N \mu^2 (n) = \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2} \Bigg \rfloor - \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2 q^2} \Bigg \rfloor + \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2 q^2 r^2} \Bigg \rfloor - \cdots

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    It's been alright, fisherman.

    How was yours?
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
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     N - \displaystyle\sum_{n=1}^N \mu^2 (n) = \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2} \Bigg \rfloor - \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2 q^2} \Bigg \rfloor + \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2 q^2 r^2} \Bigg \rfloor - \cdots

    Where  \mu (n) is the Mobius function, p, q, r, ... are distinct primes, and the sums are taken over the primes to infinity.
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    :rofl: @ you on ''their'' thread
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
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     N - \displaystyle\sum_{n=1}^N \mu^2 (n) = \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2} \Bigg \rfloor - \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2 q^2} \Bigg \rfloor + \displaystyle\sum \Bigg \lfloor \dfrac{N}{p^2 q^2 r^2} \Bigg \rfloor - \cdots

    Where  \mu (n) is the Mobius function, p, q, r, ... are distinct primes, and the sums are taken over the primes to infinity.
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    doesn't take much does it?

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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
    doesn't take much does it?

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    Took me a good 45 minutes over photos of you on facebook last night...
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Took me a good 45 minutes over photos of you on facebook last night...
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    Ooh, you went there...
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    (Original post by natty_d)
    :lolwut:

    :rofl:

    Ooh, you went there...
    But he went there oh so smoothy

    *just not promptly*


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    Took me a good 45 minutes over photos of you on facebook last night...
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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
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    I have to harmonise 16 Bach chorale cadences for music homework :emo:
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    (Original post by tommm)
    I have to harmonise 16 Bach chorale cadences for music homework :emo:
    *Laughs and points*; although I wish I took Music GCSE sometimes.
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
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    Ew
    if you did Maths A-level all last year, does that mean you can't get an A*? So if you're applying 2010, for a course that requires an A* offer, what happens
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    (Original post by jaz_jaz)
    Ew
    if you did Maths A-level all last year, does that mean you can't get an A*? So if you're applying 2010, for a course that requires an A* offer, what happens
    I get an A*. My school cash in my grade the coming summer, so it'll be an A*.
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