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I'm so happy I already gave mechanics exam last year. Stats FTW. it's so easy. :')
Lemme borrow your brain while doing the exam then, please!
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I'm so happy I already gave mechanics exam last year. Stats FTW. it's so easy. :')
Haha, sure why not! :3Lemme borrow your brain while doing the exam then, please!
I'm so happy I already gave mechanics exam last year. Stats FTW. it's so easy. :')
ummm ahem ahem... asd show off AHEM!! xDstats is easy
LOOL. PLEEASSEE DUDE. I swear I think its easy!ummm ahem ahem... asd show off AHEM!! xD
agreed A star?
serioussllyyyy stats STATTSS is easy??!!
wooww....!!
Same prob with me yaar!LOOL. PLEEASSEE DUDE. I swear I think its easy!
I find mechanics harder seriously.
LOOL. PLEEASSEE DUDE. I swear I think its easy!
I find mechanics harder seriously.
?Mechanics is a piece of cake not sure abt stats...
LOOL. PLEEASSEE DUDE. I swear I think its easy!
I find mechanics harder seriously.
lol okay then... i guess it's to each his own then..Same prob with me yaar!
Stats require so much memorizing all the formula and condition on which such formula or method will apply.Mechanics is a piece of cake not sure abt stats...
p1 ? ?View attachment 39896
someone plz solve this question for me and explain.. a special request to u mechanics masters asd Thought blocker
d/dx(2x−11−x)Can someone please differentiate the following equation ?
Y = (2x-1)
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(1-x)
d/dx(2x−11−x)
=(1−x)⋅d/dx(2x−1)−d/dx(1−x)⋅(2x−1)(1−x)2
=2⋅(1−x)−−1⋅(2x−1)(1−x)2
=2x+2⋅(1−x)−1(1−x)2
simplify:
=2x−1(1−x)2+21−x Is this the answer ?
I found this site this year , i was angry i couldn't find it last year for my M1If anyone has any notes on mechanics plz share them.... i'll be extremely grateful!! :')
ummm ahem ahem... asd show off AHEM!! xD
agreed A star?
serioussllyyyy stats STATTSS is easy??!!
wooww....!!
haha xD well then try going for commerce those with a commerce back ground or those who would generally do well in commerce do well in S1 and if you found S1 easy you shold have taken S1 S2 the difference is really nothing except 2 questions and increased difficultyLOOL. PLEEASSEE DUDE. I swear I think its easy!
I find mechanics harder seriously.
i hope u get wat's writtenn here
i assumed the normal vector of the 2nd plane to be (a, b, c)
as we know that the plane is perpendicular to the other lane then their normal vectors will also b perpendicular.
according to cross product n1.n2 = 0 which gives us
a + 2b + 3c = 0
the line and the plane are parellel which means the normal vector of the plane is perpendicular to the direction vector of the line
so m.n2 = 0 gives us:
a - 2b + c = 0
i used substitution method here .. u can use elimination method too ... and solve the equations simultaneously
(4b, b, -2b) is the normal vector which when simplified gives
(4, 1, -2b)
then multiply the normal vector with the position vector of the point on the plane to get 'd'
nahi... it's M1p1 ? ?
thankkss a loott!! (Y)I found this site this year , i was angry i couldn't find it last year for my M1
http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/resources/a level revision/M1.pdf
And regarding your question , i remember it came last year in my exam and i left it !!
i think 95% were not able to do it ! but that doesnt mean you give up go thorough notes and check if that helps
You will find some of M1 topics here , so search for itthankkss a loott!! (Y)
but they don't have pulleys, work, power and energy k notes and a couple other things
but the topics they have are quite well explained
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