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    can anyone show me how i can do this question? im not sure how i would draw the diagram.. thanks..
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    Yes, you should consult Coursework.info; i'm sure that'll give you the answer to your question.

    My question is: what are you doing this during your summer holidays for?
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    (Original post by amiparanoid)
    Yes, you should consult Coursework.info; i'm sure that'll give you the answer to your question.

    My question is: what are you doing this during your summer holidays for?
    because maths doesn't take holidays!! (:
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    Logic takes no holidays either, but you're not using that.

    I asked why he, the person, was doing it.
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    (Original post by amiparanoid)
    Logic takes no holidays either, but you're not using that.
    is that in reply to me? if so what do you mean?

    just because it's the summer holidays doesn't mean you should just stop for a couple of months. He may be preparing for university or a november interview at oxbridge :yes:
 
 
 
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