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181jsmith

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1. Solve the equation

2. P (2ap, ap^2) and Q (2aq, aq^2) are 2 points on the parabola x^2= 4ay with parameter values p=4 and q=-6. Show that the lines OP and OQ are inclined at 45 degrees to each other.

3. Solve the inequality

4. Show that 2cos(A - B)sin(A+B)= sin2A + sin 2B

5. The polynomial eq has roots
a, a^2 and a^3

Find in terms of b,c and d

Show that

thanks.
 

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1.






2.

Find the gradients, you should get respectively.








3.








4.








5 i. Sum of roots:

Two at a time:

Product:















ii.



 

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for q5 i) can u just write -c/d as an equivalent expression or does it have to be in terms of b also
 

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I would assume by the question, in terms of "b, c, d".
 

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