I just completed my HSC, receiving the following marks:
94 - English Advanced
98 - Mathematics
98 - Legal Studies (11th in NSW)
95 - Business Studies
95 - Information Processes and Technology
99 - Studies of Religion II (1st in NSW)
And achieved an ATAR of 99.85. (Proof attached)...
Hey. I received a 99.85 ATAR at a 249th ranked school, and was never tutored for any subjects throughout my school life. My biggest advice would be to not rely on anybody. You know yourself best, and you should do whatever suits you best. Keep organised and be consistent. Capitalise on...
Nope, the requirements prototype is built in the 'Understanding the Problem' stage, before the planning. Its purpose is to allow participants to use it as a means of determining what the new system requires.
But wouldn't you determine the technology requirements before the feasibility study.. the feasibility study is about assessing whether those requirements can be met or not and risks associated. I went with D because the wording of C was off to me, like if it said "To understand the essential...
Any thoughts on this question-
A requirements prototype is built during the development of a new system
What is the role of the requirements prototype?
A. To simplify the system for participant training
B. To compare the new system with the old system
C. To understand the essential features...
For 15cii, did you all just substitue x = 2 into the derivative to show that it's a minimum? I solved the equation, got x = -8 and x = 2, then discarded x = -8 (since x is length), and then used the Derivative table to show there's a minimum at x = 2. Do you guys reckon NESA would be expecting...