Recent content by gabitive

1. Marks...

are trials generally easier or the real thing (level of difficulty, length of questions etc...)
2. Marks...

How is everyone going in chem? What marks are you achieving and how far into the course are you at the moment? we've still got a bit of the option and some stuff on water to go and my marks are in the 70s!
3. Integration Problem

oh...oops...i just realised i made a mistake sorry :rolleyes:
4. Bored of Studies - HSChelp Uni Open day MEET

so is it on saturdays from what time to what time
5. Integration Problem

Using (d/dx) f(x)^1/2 = [2*f(x)^-1/2]/f'(x) The Integral of: dx/[x(x^2+a^2)^1/2] is (x^2 +a^2)^1/2 the square root of x squared plus a squared
6. Ext 2 Maths

we still have harder 3u and some of mechanics
7. I don't know if I should drop Physics...

interesting or boring worst or not worst once you understand it physics is pretty much like every other subject just apply the knowledge you have learnt and remembered... it's just the understanding bit that causes problems =\
8. I don't know if I should drop Physics...

Thanks for your help people... I remember understanding it in class when the teacher was explaining it... I'll look at the textbook are few times and if i dont' get it... i'll come back here again =)
9. I don't know if I should drop Physics...

so....only logical because of the mathematical formula, thanks.
10. I don't know if I should drop Physics...

yeh it is quite interesting but i just generally havent done much study in any subjects... soooo.... why is do objects experience length contraction when travelling near the speed of light logically the faster something moves the longer it looks because there is a line behind it?
11. I don't know if I should drop Physics...

neither have i.... for any subject actually :(
12. notes?

i see them now im just blind
13. Representation & Text - Telling the truth

neither do i....
14. notes?

Does anyone have notes for Chemistry in the similar format to the Physics notes out there?
15. I don't know if I should drop Physics...

is it better to do as many questions as possible and look at sample answers with explanation or to read through textbooks and then make notes memorise them and then go through questions (but less amount of questions) what does everyone think? the second option seems to take soo...