Type: Posts; User: iSplicer
I don't get the idea behind this - when I'm marking a student's paper it actually pleases me if he/she has gone over the lines (with relevant, correct information that answers the question) - it...
Does anyone else miss Shane?
The 1/(2^k) is factorised out - so it becomes 2 - 1/(2^k)[2-1] = 2 - 1/(2^k)
Hope that helps!
That's one of the most misguided and ignorant things I've ever heard. If you want to be a doctor, all you need is a passion for your potential career, whether it be to help people or to excel in the...
It's still DC. The split-ring commutator causes a hard swap of the direction of the current (i.e. it goes from +V to -V instantly) - the current is exactly the same, you've got a very simple external...
Bump for Paul =]. I think I saw you on someone's Facebook comment thread haha.
Bump, highly recommended =]
Thread's a bit old, haha.
Make sure you actaully use the symmetry argument in the exam to ensure full marks!!
11 units is fine, just back yourself, put in the work and the chances of 'screwing up' will decrease. Good luck!
^. No need to get overly specific, enoilgam's spot on. Top 10% in everything and you're there!
Haha, old thread guys!
Elegant! Although I think in 3U you should expand the final line to get rid of the composite angle.
^ best way to put it.
+1, half yearlies are elusive! Just get trials and pick questions out from them, and adjust the time limit accordingly.
Which module are you doing and what concepts are you having trouble with? The prelim chem course is rather conceptually involved - you really need to start enjoying the concepts before you can tackle...
$4 pide at Uni Bros. at Wentworth. With hot chilli and garlic sauce.
Insane marks - well done! Which course are you starting this year?
Not a huge expert in this, but I've heard that it's not really useful to go back to the HSC after dropping out. Try and work your way up through TAFE courses, get into ANY undergraduate program at...