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yah LMAOWAIT SO THAT WAS THE OFFICIAL RUSE PAPER THAT YOU WATERMARKED????
yah LMAOWAIT SO THAT WAS THE OFFICIAL RUSE PAPER THAT YOU WATERMARKED????
i did upload the 'clean' version to thsc but idk if it's up there yetWAIT SO THAT WAS THE OFFICIAL RUSE PAPER THAT YOU WATERMARKED????
So now it's up to 31.there are 17 trials there now.
No. Same questions though.is that the actual 2023 James Ruse Ext 2 Trial paper?
Apart from the errors, here is some LaTeX advice to improve the LaTeX version, some very subtle, others not so subtle.i did upload the 'clean' version
By first writing $\sqrt3+i$ and $\sqrt3-i$ in exponential form,\\
express $(\sqrt3+i)^{12}+(\sqrt3-i)^{12}$ in the form of $a^b$ where $a$ and $b$ are integers.
$$\int_0^\frac{\pi}{2}\frac{x}{1+\cos x+\sin x}\ \!dx$$
\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{accents}
\newcommand{\ut}[1]{\underaccent{\tilde}{#1}}
\renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ut{#1}}
\begin{document}
$\vec r(t)$
\end{document}
ah okay, so newline to keep math expressions on the same lineApart from the errors, here is some LaTeX advice to improve the LaTeX version, some very subtle, others not so subtle.
1. Not so subtle: Don't break mathematical expressions like in 11a:
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Try this code
which yields this instead:Code:By first writing $\sqrt3+i$ and $\sqrt3-i$ in exponential form,\\ express $(\sqrt3+i)^{12}+(\sqrt3-i)^{12}$ in the form of $a^b$ where $a$ and $b$ are integers.
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Other questions in the LaTeX version with broken mathematical expressions: 12bii, 12c, 13aii
2. Subtle: Space before dx in integrals. I use Cambridge Ex4A Q1b as an example and I make this picture big so you can see clearly a space before the dx:
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It's not a big space. You can use \ \! to make a space and then bring it back a bit.
So in 12biii instead of this:
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this code
yields this instead and although very subtle, you can see that there is a small space before the dx now:Code:$$\int_0^\frac{\pi}{2}\frac{x}{1+\cos x+\sin x}\ \!dx$$
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3. Subtle: smaller tilde for vector.
See in the original:
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your latex version has a huge tilde:
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so how to make a smaller tilde in LaTeX?
This code:
yieldsCode:\documentclass{article} \usepackage{accents} \newcommand{\ut}[1]{\underaccent{\tilde}{#1}} \renewcommand{\vec}[1]{\ut{#1}} \begin{document} $\vec r(t)$ \end{document}
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It's only a small space. \; will give a slightly larger space. \ without the \! will also be larger.do you think using \; for spacing is fine or is \\! preferred in general
$$\int x\;dx$$
$$\int x\ dx$$
$$\int x\,dx$$
$$\int x\ \!dx$$
$$\int xdx$$
aphs 2023 eco trial added to post #7hello anyone have economics trials from 2022-2023 please
Shore 2023 Maths Standard 2 added to post #7Thank you ...do you have any standard 2 trial papers please
https://community.boredofstudies.org/threads/2023-school-trial-papers.404700/#post-7492134 look at the first subheading <3Hey anyone have some Business and Maths STD 2 trials from this year or last year.
#notrelatableYeah that shore test isn't a trial, its a task 2 mainly on networks and financial maths which are two topics im very strong with
do u have any?i might have for legal