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1. Does anybody have any notes on the rearrangement method for OCR MEI Core 3 Coursework?

I missed the lessons in class and my coursework is due in this week- any help would be hugely appreciated (+rep!)
2. Since you missed the lesson, I suggest you go and ask your teacher for help.
3. (Original post by steve2005)
Since you missed the lesson, I suggest you go and ask your teacher for help.
Thanks, but it's the summer hols now, so I can't- I was on trips and a bike ride and stuff just before term ended so I missed my chance
4. (Original post by pinstripesbaby)
Thanks, but it's the summer hols now, so I can't- I was on trips and a bike ride and stuff just before term ended so I missed my chance
If you want help then you will need to give details of what your project is about.

I am a curious as to how your coursework is due this week when you're on holiday.
5. (Original post by steve2005)
If you want help then you will need to give details of what your project is about.

I am a curious as to how your coursework is due this week when you're on holiday.
ours was supposed to be in before the start of the hols
6. (Original post by pinstripesbaby)
Does anybody have any notes on the rearrangement method for OCR MEI Core 3 Coursework?

I missed the lessons in class and my coursework is due in this week- any help would be hugely appreciated (+rep!)
what do you want to know about it OP
method?

hang on are we allowed
7. (Original post by steve2005)
If you want help then you will need to give details of what your project is about.

I am a curious as to how your coursework is due this week when you're on holiday.
We're supposed to drop it off at college for the teachers to collect when they collect their post

The part I could do with help about is how to rearrange f(x)=0 into the form x=g(x) and solve f(x)=0, and how to discuss the magnitude of g'(x).
8. (Original post by pinstripesbaby)
The part I could do with help about is how to rearrange f(x)=0 into the form x=g(x) and solve f(x)=0, and how to discuss the magnitude of g'(x).
This might help. Try pages 22 to 34.

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