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what is that?It is Cowpea
No, trapezoid is just American.is there any difference between a trapezoid and a trapezium?
No, trapezoid is just American.is there any difference between a trapezoid and a trapezium?
Still right I'd think.What would happen if I wrote s = t+2/4 instead of t = 4s - 2 D:
Our trials was if you get the whole question right, it's one mark. If you get one wrong, that mark is gone.Does anyone know how they calculate the marks of the correct incorrect section because my teacher said they add up all the correct answers and divide them by 4.
Is it true?
I thought it was that you had to get all four of each question right to get the one mark. At least, that's how they marked the trials at my school.Does anyone know how they calculate the marks of the correct incorrect section because my teacher said they add up all the correct answers and divide them by 4.
Is it true?
It asked for a relationship between s and t, so he would still be right.I think the question may have asked in terms of S
I didn't think it specified.. it was like in relation to T and S or something.I think the question may have asked in terms of S
This is probably gonna make me sound like a complete idiot..... but at one point the formula sheet actually did help me.
Haha at my school no one was even discussing answers.. everyone was just like 'glad thats over'.The one with the square that got pushed over into a rhombus. The answer was perimeter stayed the same, but area changed. So many people at my school got it wrong.
I don't get why any would change, it's pushed out, not changing shape.The one with the square that got pushed over into a rhombus. The answer was perimeter stayed the same, but area changed. So many people at my school got it wrong.
The area of a rhombus is height times width just like a square. The height got pushed down, but the width stayed the same, meaning it lost area.I don't get why any would change, it's pushed out, not changing shape.
B * perpendicular height. The base is the same length. The perpendicular height is lower.I don't get why any would change, it's pushed out, not changing shape.
Well what I reasoned was that it was like a parallelogram, and so since the height got smaller and the base remained the same, and the area formula is base x height, then its area must be smaller?I don't get why any would change, it's pushed out, not changing shape.
I just looked at how they indicated all the sides were equal, so yeah.The one with the square that got pushed over into a rhombus. The answer was perimeter stayed the same, but area changed. So many people at my school got it wrong.
Haha, After I checked my answers I tried to memorize mine too. Then I trued to multiply two integers to equal it other than 2 and half of the value.i should've re-checked over my answers.
I might have made silly mistakes in the MC.
But all i did was just sat there and memorised my student number.