Just for question 5. I got a reasonable angle, but when I put it in Pi form it gets weird. My answer for 5 was X= 47(Pi)/120 , 193(Pi)/120
Seems like such a strangle number to be, so I was hoping to check to see if it was right. I did try and desmos and they seem to agree, but I feel the need to check further, just in case.
Answer to question 5 is 1.231, 5.052 radians to 3d.p. (1 d.p. acceptable).
In calculator paper you can use decimal radians if not giving ‘common’ fractions of pi.
Have you got the answers to these? If so, could you please put it up.
No, just put the sheet together on friday. I was planning going over it in class. Do you have any specific questions on it?
Just for question 5. I got a reasonable angle, but when I put it in Pi form it gets weird. My answer for 5 was X= 47(Pi)/120 , 193(Pi)/120
Seems like such a strangle number to be, so I was hoping to check to see if it was right. I did try and desmos and they seem to agree, but I feel the need to check further, just in case.
Answer to question 5 is 1.231, 5.052 radians to 3d.p. (1 d.p. acceptable).
In calculator paper you can use decimal radians if not giving ‘common’ fractions of pi.
I got the same answer as that, just in a different form. Would I still gain the marks?
Should do but at the level you are aiming for it would be good to recognise which is a more appropriate form for your answer in this case.
Can you put the solutions for the Area between curves sheet online please?