Part (b) is a little long and requires good understanding of the problem, so keep that in mind
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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.
Just a reminder this thread is mainly for Q1-15 material, and should be accessible to all Ext 2 students, not just the really talented ones.
I have moved the Lagrange multiplier & IMO question to the Advanced Marathon thread here...
http://community.boredofstudies.org/...-advanced.html
If you have questions for help not related to questions posted here, it is advisable to post a separate thread rather than posting here in the marathon thread thanks. Although feel free to post a question here of course...
I have moved some of those also out of this thread.
here is another question to attempt
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Just did my half yearly today... 30% of my internal mark... Calculating that im getting in the 70%'s
Why am i still in this course
current question:
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HSC 2016 Q 10. I spent 5 minutes this morning on this question and couldn't work it out.
Any tips? Advice? Short cuts? I assume 5 minutes would be too long for a question like this .
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Hey guys, I have a question that I have never encountered before in 4U, how would I go about solving this? Thanks!
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USYD 2018: MAJ: FINC/LAW MIN: MATH/PHIL
Just a curious question, is there a a faster way to prove the Recursive Integration Formulae without going through the long process?
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Given:
x+y+z = 3a
xy + yz + zx = 3b
Where x,y,z are all real, and ab>0, find the greatest and least possible values of any of x,y,z
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.
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4u99 - 3u98 - EngAdv88 - Phys94 - Chem94
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Hey Guys!!
I am new around here, and not the best at this 4unit maths subject. When doing questions, I am not able to see the distinct ideas, and i get stuck, not knowing how to approach, or what the best and most efficient approach is. Any tips and help will be most appreciated! <3
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