# Easiest Paper Ever (1 Viewer)

#### HeyAaron_

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kinda, we just had to find length a to b which was done through pythagoras hopefully
thats what i did lol

Yea the boys

#### pls90atar

##### New Member
Guys how the fk did u solve the simultaneous equations at the end fuk my life man

#### pls90atar

##### New Member
And what about the holiday loading question, could you divide the annual salary by 52 and find weekly pay or do you have ot divide by 365 then times by 7 ????

#### Memphis Depay

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Well I doubt anyone has the paper but I'll ask it anyway.

Could people please upload the paper so I can have a look?
It's usually uploaded on the BOARDofstudies website at around 2pm

#### Memphis Depay

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And what about the holiday loading question, could you divide the annual salary by 52 and find weekly pay or do you have ot divide by 365 then times by 7 ????
You had the find the value of pay for 4 weeks. I had just divided the amount by 13 and then times it by the rate

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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And what about the holiday loading question, could you divide the annual salary by 52 and find weekly pay or do you have ot divide by 365 then times by 7 ????
Without seeing the question, I think you should have divided annual salary by 52 to get weekly pay as holiday loading is calculated on weekly pay.

#### Memphis Depay

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Guys how the fk did u solve the simultaneous equations at the end fuk my life man
I got s=30 and x=88 --------------Was it correct?

#### whatarethoose

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i got s = 10 x = 64

#### Memphis Depay

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kinda, we just had to find length a to b which was done through pythagoras hopefully
Yeah, i did that

#### InteGrand

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Guys how the fk did u solve the simultaneous equations at the end fuk my life man
What were the equations? Note that if we're given simultaneous equations and come up with some answer, we can (and should) test it by subbing it into the equations and seeing whether they all hold. If we have a calculator with us, this is pretty easy to do.

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#### Mysterious_girl

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Well I doubt anyone has the paper but I'll ask it anyway.

Could people please upload the paper so I can have a look?
Its up on the atar notes website and will be up on the BOSTES website by 2 pm

#### InteGrand

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If I recall correctly, we can't link the ATAR Notes site here. But anyone curious to see the paper could probably google that site and find it (if the paper's been uploaded there – haven't checked myself).

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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Any unusual questions or were they pretty predictable?

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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Anyone hoping for a state ranking ?

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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Looks like a fair paper.

#### whatarethoose

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i was hoping, but from the looks of it now im 100% i cant

#### BigBusty

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No it wasnt c = a + b that is for right angled triangles only

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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No it wasnt c = a + b that is for right angled triangles only

If we are talking about question 30C) (The one with the school playground) I agree that we definitely can't use Pythagoras and should use a different formula.