Another thing about recorded lectures, some lectures tend to use project screen in conjunction with the white/blackboard.
For example in my math lectures, there would be one projector used to show the lecture notes and the blackboard to show some examples. However, the recording would only show...
Hello, so I'm thinking about doing online tutoring since it's basically more convenient, but I just need a good idea of to use.
So I plan to use Skype to communicate, but what tools would you guys use in order to show different workings through screen-share?
Especially with writing out...
You are the part unluckiest cohort for this reason, no past materials to practice with since you're studying under the new syllabus.
My best advice is that you should ask your teachers for some exam materials to learn from.
This is why you shouldn't look at math at 1am lel..
Yeah you're right cause I was thinking of a counter example where you could have you roots
\alpha < a< c
But your idea would negate that.
Yeah I was pretty annoyed with the amount of silly mistakes I made in my 3U exam (recalled reading back the paper the moment I walked out and thought HOW DID I MISS THAT?) , when I thought I could have gotten a state rank, then again there were heaps who would have felt the same. Whilst I...
So you actually would also have to include the fact that
f'(x) >0, \forall x > \frac{2k}{3}
Which then you know the function is increasing for between the 3 values
You can't justify your proof in 14bii) with just that
You made the assumption that
f(a) <f(b) < f(c) \Rightarrow a < b< c
But that's only true if the function is strictly increasing (which is not true ripp)
I honestly don't recall learning the inverse function theorem until first year uni to be fair (and basically never used it from 2nd year and later) , so I doubt the majority of the high-school students would even consider it.
Please share some more rants pls this is hilarious.
Wow this is definitely harder than the previous years. I see that Carrotsticks having extra assistance from former BOS members (who are also math whizzes :P) definitely revoluntionised the content.
However, with the new syllabus being implemented, I wonder what mathematical theorem do you plan...