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I need help with part 3 of this question
The ellipse E1 has equation x^2/a^2 + y^2/b^2=1 and ellipse E2 has equation x^2/b^2 + y^2/a^2=1. The point P(x0,y0) lies outside both E1 and E2.
i) Find all the points of intersection of E1 and E2
Lmaoo same thing happened to me 2 years ago and I also missed the phone call. Basically they're offering you an interview which is really just a formalities thing (dealing with pressure, stress, transport, hobbies etc...). Pretty much u made it well done!!
Hey great job for making it this far! As far as I'm concerned for most selective schools the interviews are usually just a formality thing and they're just seeing whether ur not actually mental or anything. You're pretty much in lmao
As a transfer Ruse student, I can confidently assert that our selection committee overlooks the school rankings and focuses on your achievements in report and extracurriculars. For your reference we had 5 transfers out of 24 that were from a comprehensive that was all ranked 100+
So don't be...
I recommend Cambridge year 11 3u, if you want harder questions. But keep in mind there are no worked solutions, only answers :(((((((.
LIKE WHAT THE HELL CAMBRIDGE. YOU MAKE OUR LIVES SO HARD
But I'm sure you can find pdf versions of worked solutions somewhere in the dark web.
I was also rather concerned about how I should be studying for my subjects, since I transferred from a mediocre comprehensive high to Ruse (This year). Honestly, for maths I grinded through every single question in Cambridge prelim 3u during the long holidays and attempted some past papers from...
For question 1, since you can only choose from 1 w , 1 M, 3 L and you need to choose 4, wouldn't there be only 3 cases. MLLL, WLLL, MWLL. The order is not important since the question states how many ways of choosing which implicates combination
Sorry for bombarding with questions but I really don't know how to approach this question :(
Teach me the logic behind these questions pls :) Thanks in advance
From the letters of the word WOOLLOOMOOLOO four letters are hosen are chosen at random
Find the number of ways that
(i) No O’s...
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Q. A student set up an electrical circuit as show in the diagram below (attached). All the globes are of the same power and the batteries are the same voltage. The switches were closed and all the globes glowed brightly in the circuit.
a) If each globe was...