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    she said 15,16 years old, so it shouldn't be so hard to know what level it is in each one country -_-

    for me it would be somthing like 2nd (second)

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    We did geometry in sixth class and pythagorous's thereom in first year. this year we are doing the sum, product and quaotiation rules in differenciatation, algrebara cubis quations, De Moivre's theorem and proof dimensions of matrices and other easy stuff. That was in the trig section of the paper, that was why I put it up although it might be a bad example.

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    I had a phsysics problem like that...it took FOREVER to slove...i think in got stuck...really close to the end and ran out of time but it was redeculious. More so than that problem.

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    Those problems didn't look too difficult, I think we did that kind of geometry back in 1st grade (when I was 16 years old). The problems we had on our finals back in March were more difficult IMO.

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    nah, it's not that hard. Just long. I'll look up some ordinary ones and show you all the difference between the levels...which is what I meant with this thread. sigh.
    Here you are:
    http://www.e-xamit.ie/tutorials/leav.../gtdwfap3.html
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    like shautieh , i think i ve done things like this on seconde (but i remember knowing the pytaghoras theorem before the seconde)


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    yeah, 3e and 2nd.... (we may even see pytaghoras in 4e ? not sure...)

    you have tps for the bac ?? (didn't have that lol)
    but the bac is not really difficult anyway

    edit @chiza : did you had the last one at exams the year before ??? O.o
    there is indeed a big difference of level lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizabubble
    nah, it's not that hard. Just long. I'll look up some ordinary ones and show you all the difference between the levels...which is what I meant with this thread. sigh.
    Here you are:
    WTF? Scale enlargement? Sheesh, we did stuff like that back in 8th grade (i.e. when i was 14). And I thought that there was a big difference between our basic and advanced math exams here in Finland.

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    hah. i did crap like that last year in 9th grade (this is Vermont, you understand)... thats not so hard...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Eon
    What, really?! O_O Oh, DAMN, I must be thinking of something else.
    Sorry. My bad. I'm all mixed up today.
    I'm from Canada and we only have two schools because we're cheap. =P Well, two levels.
    My greatest apologies!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chizabubble
    nah, it's not that hard. Just long. I'll look up some ordinary ones and show you all the difference between the levels...which is what I meant with this thread. sigh.
    Here you are:
    http://www.e-xamit.ie/tutorials/leav.../gtdwfap3.html
    Chiza, what's this site, is it your class website?
    mm yeah this one is a lot easier than the last one, but why geometry?
    I took Electrical EGR, I forgot all about geometry.
    umm derivative is fun, o wait until you get to integral, laplace transform, or fourier series >.<
    Last edited by flash; 05-23-2006 at 12:08 PM.

 

 
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