Hwa chong J1 Maths question

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Hwa chong J1 Maths question

Postby bluesky63 » Sun Sep 30, 2012 10:12 pm

Hi

can any A level maths expert help on 9 (i) (a) with detail explaination if possible

http://www.numberskill.com/lessons-publ ... stions.pdf

thanks in advance !

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Re: Hwa chong J1 Maths question

Postby violin_lover » Tue Oct 02, 2012 5:29 pm

bluesky63 wrote:Hi

can any A level maths expert help on 9 (i) (a) with detail explaination if possible

http://www.numberskill.com/lessons-publ ... stions.pdf

thanks in advance !


It's not that tough. It is related to the total number of terms :-)

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Re: Hwa chong J1 Maths question

Postby lotto » Thu Oct 04, 2012 3:50 pm

violin_lover wrote:
bluesky63 wrote:Hi

can any A level maths expert help on 9 (i) (a) with detail explaination if possible

http://www.numberskill.com/lessons-publ ... stions.pdf

thanks in advance !


It's not that tough. It is related to the total number of terms :-)


Ya it is not that hard to see. Have u solved it by now?
How about (i)(b)? Have u done it?
If yes then it should be quite simple to do (i)(a)
You can take the last term of previous group plus 4 :cool:

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