can someone tell me how to solve this:
pretend square brackets are absolute value signs:
[3x+1] +x greater than or equal to [2x-1]
squaring both sides doesn't work ): and i've never leant how to do the "plus x" bit ):
physics, massive fail. i promise myself never to study the night before. this will never again happen. my results will reflect my poor effort. i kept on telling my: key words, key words, key words and then i forgot about "Gravity" and red-shift and doppler effect. all those easy concepts to write about.
and i am bad at bs-ing so they are going to take marks of me for incorrect info ):
the test itself wasn't hard, and time wasn't an issue, if ONLY I MADE A BIGGER EFFORT APART FROM THE NIGHT BEFORE then i think i would have been fine, but obviously i'm not a cramming genius, like some people are ):
and i have a really bad memory ):
mc was hard ):
and i was talking to a girl and she said she's done 90% of the paper before D= those curry tutoring places *shakes fist
but i defs need phys tutoring next year.
and english, i also promise myself to have essays with less than 900 words so that i can add more stuff to it during the exam. i didn't even have time to write my last word: vulnerability, so i ended up writing a v and then a squiggle.
the question wasn't as hard as i thought it would be, but i think i didn't answer the question properly ):
i hope tomorrow is going to be productive, unlike today after phys which i was like ceebs, i have tomorrow....
and i was just watching the yr12 finale, variety night, and i have to agree, 3:54 is very amusing, well, i couldn't stop laughing.