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1. ### Another way of answering the cirle geometry question

Yes, but I posted it on a thread to get a direct answer...Well?
2. ### Another way of answering the cirle geometry question

I sat my HSC last year but looking at this question would this be valid: let angle QBA = x therfore angle BAP = x (alternate angles in parallel lines...) Similarly, let angle BQP = y therfore angle APQ = y (alternate angles in parallel lines...) Now, angle QTA = x + y ( the...
3. ### Dat circle geo

I sat my HSC last year but looking at this question would this be valid: let angle QBA = x therfore angle BAP = x (alternate angles in parallel lines...) Similarly, let angle BQP = y therfore angle APQ = y (alternate angles in parallel lines...) Now, angle QTA = x + y ( the exterior...
4. ### CSSA Economics 2013

You guys talk about recent implementation of macroeconomic policy? Stimulus question so I thought it was necessary...

How DID operations influences affect the business from achieving its operations objectives??
6. ### CSSA 2013 MX2 Trial Discussion

Did you have to change the tension from Newtons?
7. ### CSSA Economics 2009

with CAD/BOP what did it ask, for anyone who has it now and online
8. ### Word length for trial essays

Hey guys, just wondering what is an appropriate length for the module essays for the trials?
9. ### Need help with engineering courses

What is the difference between civil engineering and civil engineering (construction management) at usyd. thanks
10. ### Youth allowance help

HI, has any past students been accepted by sydney or nsw uni through eas for youth allowance, thank you:awesome:
11. ### Eas help

Hi, has anyone successfully been eligible for the Broadway Scheme for Youth Allowance at Sydney Uni, thank you
12. ### General Thoughts: Mathematics Ext 1

looking at 60-61 couldnt get the binomial or parametrics :(

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14. ### Past paper help please

8 (iii) use the velocity found in part (ii) i.e. v = 7/(t+4)^2 and stick that in v for dv/dt. so you get d/dt [7/(t+4)^2] and do the derivative of that equation.
15. ### Past paper help please

6) b(iii) so it's like finding an asymptote you have to see what it approaches as e^-0.05t approaches infinity so if you start sticking big numbers, 100, 1000, 1000000 etc you'll see it = 0 therefore p = 150 + 300(0) = 150 7) a(ii) need to do sum of the roots so alpha + beta and from part (i)...
16. ### Graphing f(x) and f'(x)

At the point of inflexion you can draw a tangent to that point which is horizontal hence horizontal point of inflexion
17. ### mechanics and harder 3u

yes it actually is possible