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1. ### 99.85 ATAR | Selling HSC Legal (97), English (96) and Eco (95 Ext.) Notes and Essays!

Re: 99.85 ATAR | Selling HSC Legal (97), English (96) and Eco (95 Ext.) Notes and Ess As can be seen by his amazing results, Ray is a pillar of excellence in the academic arena. Perhaps his best feat in said arena was cramming the day before his economics trial exam and walking out with a...
2. ### HSC 2014 MX2 Marathon ADVANCED (archive)

Re: HSC 2014 4U Marathon - Advanced Level Without loss of generality.
3. ### HSC 2014 MX2 Marathon ADVANCED (archive)

Re: HSC 2014 4U Marathon - Advanced Level I think a|b means a divides b.
4. ### 5 Dimensional Political Compass (just a little bit of fun)

You are a: Socialist Anti-Government Multilateralist Bleeding-Heart Moderate Collectivism score: 67% Authoritarianism score: -17% Internationalism score: 67% Tribalism score: -100% Liberalism score: 0% OK..
5. ### UNSW Coop 2014 + general questions

But scientia scholarship is more cost effective for them.
6. ### A taste of higher mathematics!

Do you plan to go through generating functions? I came across the while looking at the Fibonacci sequence and it seems quite interesting.
7. ### A taste of higher mathematics!

Sounds interesting, can't wait!
8. ### How to do this hard integral. Partial fraction

Yes, I know that, but I felt showing the generalised case might be better for turntaker given they seem to be having trouble either understanding the process - how it works - or are simply not practised enough :). Nice explanation btw, hopefully turntaker will find it useful if they read over it.
9. ### Need help with partial fractions integral question

\frac{4}{(x-1)^2)(x+1)^2}=\frac{Ax+B}{(x-1)^2}+\frac{Cx+D}{(x+1)^2}, and you decompose these again.
10. ### How to do this hard integral. Partial fraction

No it means you need more practice :). I think that you should see how you fare after you've done your first assessment and see what happens from there. If you do well, you should keep it; if you do OK but think you could have done better, likewise, and if you did really bad don't hesitate to...
11. ### How to do this hard integral. Partial fraction

Don't be so hard on yourself, most of us were pretty bad starting out :). Generally when you decompose partial fractions, you let the expression in the numerator be of a degree one less than that of the denominator; so as the denominators are quadratics the numerators are linear...
12. ### How to do this hard integral. Partial fraction

But yes, which one?
13. ### How to do this hard integral. Partial fraction

Use partial fractions =).
14. ### General Thoughts: Physics

34 users browsing this thread, wtf go play games :D

Finished HSC; it doesn't matter what you're doing because I WIN!!! To everyone still doing the HSC- buckle down, study and think about that light at the end of the tunnel!
16. ### Poly question (extension Cambridge q)

Division transformation is that you can express a polynomial A (the dividend), with divisor D, quotient Q and remainder R as: A=DQ+R, and the degree of R is less than that of D. So try thinking about what D and R are :). If you still can't figure it out I'll show you how to do it :). And the...
17. ### Poly question (extension Cambridge q)

Try using the division transformation :).
18. ### Two MC questions

I'm not too flash at physics myself, but I'll have a go, though I take 0 responsibility for lost ATAR gains. The answer for the second one is B, because if you just look at the left and right, what you have is essentially a solenoid - you have current running through a coil of wire- so you just...
19. ### Braintic Solutions

Thanks braintic!

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