Mathematics  : Mathematical Methods

blueline

Portfolio

by vmorari on 24 Aug 2007 10:26 am

I am in Math Methods, and my school sucks reallly bad, i did not have a teacher for almost 4 months in any subject, and now the teacher told us that we have to do Type 1 and Type 2. I seriouly dont know what to do, can someone help mee please?

vmorari

Location: India


by marie on 25 Aug 2007 07:04 pm

vmorari wrote:

I am in Math Methods, and my school sucks reallly bad, i did not have a teacher for almost 4 months in any subject, and now the teacher told us that we have to do Type 1 and Type 2. I seriouly dont know what to do, can someone help mee please?

I believe your teacher is referring to the maths portfolio you have to hand in.

marie

Location: Cambridge, UK

blueline

Help needed

by stee on 18 Aug 2004 12:45 pm

I really need help in calculus anyone can help?

stee


by Linda on 18 Aug 2004 04:12 pm

Any particular problem you need help with?

Linda

Location: Warwick Uni


by marie on 18 Aug 2004 08:20 pm

stee wrote:

I really need help in calculus anyone can help?

I can help. As Linda said, what is it in particular that you need help with?

marie

Location: Cambridge, UK


by Nowakowski on 19 Aug 2004 03:59 am

I've just sent you a guide I've managed to write. It's a general overview of the topic, so if you need any further help, let me know.

I hope it will arrive.

greets

Nowakowski

Location: Edinburgh (Uni) / Poland Gdansk


by Linda on 19 Aug 2004 06:29 am

Calculus was my favourite topic in math methods (did further calculus option). If you have any troubles with an individual problem/excercise I'd appreciate it if you could post it here so I could have a go

Linda

Location: Warwick Uni


by floquen on 03 May 2005 11:42 am

http://www.cis.edu.hk/sec/math/ib/IBH.htm

floquen


by Guest on 22 Jan 2006 08:22 pm

nowakowski would you plaese mind sending me one too...i am doing it at the moment but am feeling a bit lost at the moment...

would be really helpful

cheers

tom

Guest

blueline

A Question

by rasmoose on 06 Aug 2004 03:15 pm

This should be easy...

the question is

Find a vector equation of the line passing through (-1,4) and (3, -1). Give your answer in the form

r=p+ td, where t is all real numbers

and yet.. I get the values for p and d... but how do i find t?

rasmoose


by Nowakowski on 06 Aug 2004 04:43 pm

You don't need to;

the fact is that you just leave 't' and write ', where t belongs to R': it is a parameter;

The expression you found r=p+td has to be a function, since it describes all the possible position vectors, so t is a variable.

Nowakowski

Location: Edinburgh (Uni) / Poland Gdansk


by rasmoose on 06 Aug 2004 08:43 pm

Wow,

thanks for that!

Yeah, it's pretty plain now.

This summer heat and maths isn't making life any easier... and goes on to complicate it as well aparantly!

-Thank you!

rasmoose


by Guest on 10 Jan 2006 09:25 am

rasmoose wrote:

This should be easy... the question is

Find a vector equation of the line passing through (-1,4) and (3, -1). Give your answer in the form

r=p+ td, where t is all real numbers

and yet.. I get the values for p and d... but how do i find t?

Guest

blueline

past papers

by alia on 25 Jan 2005 08:24 pm

Does anyone have a whole bunch of past papers for Math Methods?

alia