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Do you need a question answering?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by Betamale, Feb 25, 2011.

  1. DM

    DM New commenter

    Stare at the previous picture.
    Read the word flora.
    Now select a
    of 045 degrees. Read on.
  2. aye - i saw't reference, lad - but i go nobbut north-west, where't red rose blooms

  3. DM

    DM New commenter

    But if you travel too far in that direction you are likely to encounter a troublesome Cumbrian lagomorph ...
  4. I imagine there is. My concern is the fact that he/she has limited answers to quite a narrow field (ie AS and below) and on ebay.
    A site like yours will inspire far more confidence in your ability than someone offering such a small range of questions.
    Agreed. I can only think its a budding student who has just done well in ther AS. Perhaps next year the A2 modules will be ninja territory

    Thanks for the avatar. I like that. In terms of questions to be asked. Not sure. I think (as stated in the thread) my AS students would happily pay £25 for a whole paper to be done instead of doing it for homework.
    A recent student email asked "Do I have to use fractions for A level maths as I find them hard to work with...can I use decimals?" now, they are sitting all AS units...oh...in about 10-11 weeks...........
  5. as hbf would say
    oh dear
    dm - thank you - that's my 'new word of the week'
  6. How about: Let A, B, C be positive reals with ABC = 1. Show that (A- 1 + 1/B)(B - 1 + 1/C)(C - 1 + 1/A)
  7. Er, that should be:

    Show that (A - 1 + 1/B)(B-1+1/C)(C-1+1/A) is not greater than 1. (The inequality sign seems to have been eaten by the board).

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