Would you by any chance have any idea of vce maths methods difficulty in getting 40 rawVery few here are familiar with the VCE. But I find the VCE Maths curriculum modern and progressive.
Are you trying to degrade me?If you don't know how to do a question, then consider the event that you don't understand question; you know what to do in this case.
Otherwise, you need to figure out, precisely, why you can't do a question. So, if this habit is left unchecked, then you may become more dependent on people helping you to learn new things; clearly a detriment to your cognitive growth and independence.
What would you do if you found a maths question hard?If you don't know how to do a question, then consider the event that you don't understand question; you know what to do in this case.
Otherwise, you need to figure out, precisely, why you can't do a question. So, if this habit is left unchecked, then you may become more dependent on people helping you to learn new things; clearly a detriment to your cognitive growth and independence.
Keep trying or check the answers (then redo it).What would you do if you found a maths question hard?
No, I apologize for coming off like that, I didn't mean to, but I'm just telling you what I think straight up.Are you trying to degrade me?
In my experience, it's either a lack of knowledge in a topic or it requires a whole new perspective on a concept.What would you do if you found a maths question hard?
would you check worked solutions or non worked solutions?In my experience, it's either a lack of knowledge in a topic or it requires a whole new perspective on a concept.
Assume that I've understood the question and have enough knowledge in the relevant topics. Then I usually employ a systematic approach described by George Polya in his book How to Solve It:
1. First principle: Understand the problem
2. Second principle: Devise a plan
3. Third principle: Carry out the plan
4. Fourth principle: Review/extend
Works well in my experience when you don't have solutions. But I used to have a habit of checking solutions (given that I had solutions) before giving 100% on it; missed out on mental development here
Worked solutions.would you check worked solutions or non worked solutions?
Probably the negative reals. What was the context?What does the domain R- mean?
to sketch the graph of y = 2-x^2, x belongs to R-Probably the negative reals. What was the context?
Yeah, so it means sketch it for x < 0.to sketch the graph of y = 2-x^2, x belongs to R-
so basically sketch just the left hand side of the parabola?Yeah, so it means sketch it for x < 0.
So R- means <0?Yeah, so it means sketch it for x < 0.