SOR 2
We've done Islam, Christianity and Judaism. And for Judaism we did Moses maimonide, and I'm praying to god that they don't ask us about him. I'm planning to do the Christianity and Judaism for the first 2 long responses (Section 2). For Section 3, I plan to do Islam (or depending on the...
I was telling my friend a 'draft' for a meme I thought of and it went like:
Yr 12 Students: Nesa will def make the exam easier for us, cos like oof we went thru all that.
Nesa: "Teehee" ☺
Hmmm true that. I guess its bcs it was more on the application side of things, similarly to bio, and seemingly NESA's goal (with all the syllabus changes and what not).
P.S I just realised we were taught regression line, I think we (/I) used this other term, can't remember it too well tho. 😓
Aite so basically, NESA, decided that since EVERYONE is already equally disadvantaged, then we might as well disadvantage them even more, for the sake of future years, getting a feel if this new Standard Maths...
Yeah sounds about right. 😂
Idrc honestly. What's done is done and other than...
Of course students wouldn't mind...if there was some sort of heads up. Unlike advanced students, who got the, quote on quote, easiest exam they've had in years. Standard students who weren't taught concepts like regression line and all the other crap, aren't too lucky, don't you think?
Maybe...
"You guys"
Well I mean an atheist can do the subject too.
We not only learn about Judaism, Christianity, Islam and Aboriginal dreaming (what our school did) we also studied atheism, animism etc sooo...
For the garden question.
The max fencing wire you have is 900metres.
You use 2x + 3y = 900 ( think that's what it was). And then you do 3/5 times by 900 and you get 540. That's for the 2 long side (2y), so since we divide it by 2. And we get 270.
Then we do 2/5 times by 900. You get 360...
Oke so, the hexagon had 10 equal sides and the perimeter was 80. So you first divide 80 by 10 and get 8.
Each side was 8cm (or whatever units it was in), then a total rotation would equal 360°, so you divide that with 10. So that's 36°. So we now know that each triangle has the outer side as...