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    (Original post by Malsy)
    :love: GHOSH.
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    Hey hey......


    At school = skive off sport time nearly....
    doing university applications

    does anyone know any recommended books (or any really) that would be good to read for someone applying to law???

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    I'm meant to send mine today :woo:
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    Not really, Fish :no:
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    FML: I have to play the flute solo in Carnival of the Animals, William Tell (Overture) and some random symphony by Haydn [in decreasing order of pain]. :sigh:
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    FML: I have to play the flute solo in Carnival of the Animals, William Tell (Overture) and some random symphony by Haydn [in decreasing order of pain]. :sigh:
    :hugs:


    :teeth:
    Do you want to tell me how to do some maths to ease your pain???
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    FML: I have to play the flute solo in Carnival of the Animals, William Tell (Overture) and some random symphony by Haydn [in decreasing order of pain]. :sigh:
    :console:

    But Carnival of the Animals - The Elephants Movement is :yep:

    How has your day been anyway?
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    (Original post by raceforthefishman)
    :hugs:


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    Do you want to tell me how to do some maths to ease your pain???
    How that will ease my pain is beyond me, but hit me anyway.
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    (Original post by natty_d)
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    But Carnival of the Animals - The Elephants Movement is :yep:

    How has your day been anyway?
    Carnival of the Animals is awesome (The Swan = ), but The Aviary is pretty painful.
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Carnival of the Animals is awesome (The Swan = ), but The Aviary is pretty painful.
    Le Cygne :daydreaming:
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    How that will ease my pain is beyond me, but hit me anyway.
    :erm: but you love maths

    Its only something simple...im just...not with it today

    How do I solve
    (2x-5)^4=0


    *can't use latex sorry*

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    (Original post by natty_d)
    Le Cygne :daydreaming:
    Cello for the win :love:
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    (Original post by raceforthefishman)
    :erm: but you love maths

    Its only something simple...im just...not with it today

    How do I solve
    (2x-5)^4=0


    *can't use latex sorry*

     (2x-5)^4 = 0 \iff (2x-4) = 0 [taking fourth roots of either side]
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
     (2x-5)^4 = 0 \iff (2x-4) = 0 [taking fourth roots of either side]
    Oh...you do do that...nice one thanks!
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    (Original post by raceforthefishman)
    Oh...you do do that...nice one thanks!
    More generally, if (ax+b)(cx+d)(ex+f)(gx+h) = 0, then the solution is  x = -\frac{b}{a}, -\frac{d}{c}, -\frac{f}{e} \ \mathrm{or} \ -\frac{h}{g} [with a, c, e and g being non-zero]; in your case we have  a = c = e = g = 2 and  b = d = f = h = -5 .
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    More generally, if (ax+b)(cx+d)(ex+f)(gx+h) = 0, then the solution is  x = -\frac{b}{a}, -\frac{d}{c}, -\frac{f}{e} \ \mathrm{or} \ -\frac{h}{g} [with a, c, e and g being non-zero]; in your case we have  a = c = e = g = 2 and  b = d = f = h = -5 .
    Ye, thats what I thought...
    I just couldn't remember whether I could just take the fourth root on both sides!
    Wrote it out as the four brackets to have a think through and thought thats all it can be! but thought I'd check!
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Cello for the win :love:
    :love:

    I wish I could play the cello or a stringed instrument (besides the guitar :erm:) That's a really nice piece of music, I don't really know much Elgar except for the obvious Enigma Variations.

    I heard this again the other day and I was like :coma:
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    (Original post by natty_d)
    :love:

    I wish I could play the cello or a stringed instrument (besides the guitar :erm:) That's a really nice piece of music, I don't really know much Elgar except for the obvious Enigma Variations.

    I heard this again the other day and I was like :coma:
    Cello is possibly my favourite instrument, other than piano, to listen to. I wish I learnt to play one of the two; I was **** at violin when I was young, and I just do not get the whole 'two hand' thing with pianos :p:
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Cello is possibly my favourite instrument, other than piano, to listen to. I wish I learnt to play one of the two; I was **** at violin when I was young, and I just do not get the whole 'two hand' thing with pianos :p:
    :giggle:

    Problem is with violins, you have to be REALLY GOOD otherwise it sounds really screechy and awful :p:
 
 
 
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