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About to learn C++. Expect more questions! Gears of War is the best game ever!


May
20
comment GCSE maths question concerning indices
@Paul I hope so. Unfortunately many of the examiners aren't maths teachers so may only mark an answer correct if it's on the mark scheme. You never know, maybe that solution is one there.
May
20
comment GCSE maths question concerning indices
Thanks for the answer, I realize now that didn't realize I needed to convert $8^y$ to $(2^3)^y$. My stupidity surprises me sometimes xD
May
20
comment GCSE maths question concerning indices
@Paul I quite literally just slumped to the floor. I cannot believe that i missed that >.<
May
15
comment Proving the quadratic formula (for dummies)
thank you! Maths is not my strong point :)
May
14
comment Proving the quadratic formula (for dummies)
@Amr what do you mean by that?
May
10
comment Maths GCSE very hard question
i'm not that great at maths or observing things xD
May
10
comment Maths GCSE very hard question
Thank you! This was such a hard question
May
10
comment Maths GCSE very hard question
how does the final equation cancel to $x^2-10x+18$?
May
10
comment Maths GCSE very hard question
@Inceptio thanks :)
May
10
comment Maths GCSE very hard question
@Inceptio Sorry, but like I said, Paint happened. By the way, it is indeed 8
Mar
9
comment How to show $\frac{300}{v} - \frac{300}{v+20} = 1.25$
THANK YOU! I have literally torn two pages of scribbled out equations out of my maths book
Mar
9
comment How to show $\frac{300}{v} - \frac{300}{v+20} = 1.25$
how to show that the equation in the question is true from that equation?
Mar
9
comment How to show $\frac{300}{v} - \frac{300}{v+20} = 1.25$
oops...$v$ is supposed to be the average speed of his outward journey
Mar
2
comment Trigonometry and Geometry
@ZevChonoles he probably used the imperative case because it was in the question; one of the tags is 'Homework' so that is probably how the homework question is phrased
Sep
22
comment How to calculate $(3+4i)\cdot(1+i)$
Thanks a lot! Just didn't understand how i could be used in maths until today.