Hey with Q16 d) i) we use the fact that I(1/b) = I(b) - 2*pi*ln(b), which leads to an obvious statement which makes the show question true. However, we are using the result from c) v) which is only reached assuming a > 1. In d) b > 0. So isnt that a logical fallacy? Note you have to use part i to do part ii, which furthers the illogical result.
If I am a conic section, then my e = ∞
Just so we don't have this discussion in the future, my definition of the natural numbers includes 0.
When are the solutions coming up, just out of curiosity?
we have HSC maths 4U and 3U coming up soon!! please get the solutions out at least!!!!
2018 HSC: 4U maths, 3U maths, english standard, chemistry, physics
4U should be out tonight
If I am a conic section, then my e = ∞
Just so we don't have this discussion in the future, my definition of the natural numbers includes 0.
Make that tomorrow night soz
If you want any specific questions in the paper answered in the meantime, please make a post here.
Sorry for the delay, here are the solutions and results for the Mathematics Extension 2 BoS trials. Enjoy!
Congrats to whoever got 74 and 70 thats pretty good on a fairly challenging paper
It seems like the person who got 45 misplaced his multiple choice answer sheet
Will the 3U paper be up prior to the exam?
please get the 3U one out like ASAP!!! our exams are soon!!
2018 HSC: 4U maths, 3U maths, english standard, chemistry, physics
Here are the solutions and results for the Mathematics Extension 1 BoS trials. Enjoy!
Should also remark that a surprising number of people actually left questions unattempted in the MC. If you don't know the answer then guess it!
Damn I was only aiming for 20% in this BOS trials and I did way better than I thought
2018 HSC: 4U maths, 3U maths, english standard, chemistry, physics
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