barbernator
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e^-x^2 is always < 1 for all xBut why not C
e^-x^2 is always < 1 for all xBut why not C
Yaaaaaaaye^-x^2 is always < 1 for all x
My teacher confirmed B.10 is c confirmed by my teacher too.
HI-5*Yaaaaaaay
So i got 10/10 for MC then
You realise he's a troll right? hahaMy teacher confirmed B.
Awkward.
Hi5 Back* lolHI-5*
You realise he's a troll right? haha
I think 3=C coz it conjugate of z not zThis is what I have, they should be mostly correct:
1. D
2. D
3. A
4. A
5. C
6. B
7. A
8. B
9. C
10. B
For Q10, I didn't know how to solve it...so what I did was sub in the limits twice, whichever showed two positive numbers was my answer (B).
This is why MC is a stupid idea. You can just get lucky.This is what I have, they should be mostly correct:
1. D
2. D
3. A
4. A
5. C
6. B
7. A
8. B
9. C
10. B
For Q10, I didn't know how to solve it...so what I did was sub in the limits twice, whichever showed two positive numbers was my answer (B).
It's A as discussed before. If you actually sub in, i(x-iy), it becomes y+ix and so, what you do is swap x and y. This makes it A.I think 3=C coz it conjugate of z not z
Works - had a tiny bit of logic behind it LOLThis is why MC is a stupid idea. You can just get lucky.