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Romeo & Juliet :rolleyes:' date=' tis gey I tell you that, I have 3 more paragraphs to do by tommorow or else... I dunno lol, but still have to conclusion on top of that because I was off ill so she [b']SHOULD[/b] give me time over the hols.

Til gey? It's Romeo and Juliet, you fool, not Romeo and Mike... :confused:

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I don't know about you' date=' but I'm 1st year uni and am absolutly loaded with assignments, papers and exams.

No homework though. *suckers*

My first year at uni was a nightmare for work with a couple of 1500 word assignments a week coupled with a 3000 word one every other week

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go on then' date=' how do you work out the gradient of these 2 points? (3,4) and (6, -1), im completely stuck :confused:[/quote']

Gradient means the slope :P

So the slope formula is Y2-Y1

............................... ______

................................ X2-X1

so taking (3 as X1) (4 as Y1) (6 as X2) and (-1 as Y2)

u get -1-6

.........____ or...... -7 over 3

..........6-3

the slope being -7 over 3

I think :o

Anyone back me up :o

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Gradient means the slope :P

So the slope formula is Y2-Y1

............................... ______

................................ X2-X1

so taking (3 as X1) (4 as Y1) (6 as X2) and (-1 as Y2)

u get -1- 6

.........____ or...... -7 over 3

..........6-3

the slope being -7 over 3

I think :o

Anyone back me up :o

Theory you applied is correct, but the highlighted number you put should have been a 4. Thus making the answer -5/3. Easier way to think of the equation is the rise/run. The run from 3 to 6 is 3 units. The Rise from 4 to -1 is -5 :)

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Theory you applied is correct' date=' but the highlighted number you put should have been a 4. Thus making the answer -5/3. Easier way to think of the equation is the rise/run. The run from 3 to 6 is 3 units. The Rise from 4 to -1 is -5 :)[/quote']

and if the angle is given (with the x-axis) the slope is tan thita(dunno whee you get the symbol):o:p

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I don't know about you' date=' but I'm 1st year uni and am absolutly loaded with assignments, papers and exams.

No homework though. *suckers*

Weird Mark, very weird...

I've basically got a mountain of Lecturer notes, which about 80% of can be found in my A Level notes! :P

Done two tests:

1 - 96%

2 - 100%

Very straightforward so far, and our average class mark is about 95% in each test!

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Theory you applied is correct' date=' but the highlighted number you put should have been a 4. Thus making the answer -5/3. Easier way to think of the equation is the rise/run. The run from 3 to 6 is 3 units. The Rise from 4 to -1 is -5 :)[/quote']

;) I know why they call U Smart Doc or actually why u call yourself Smart doc :P

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Hi i have got a coursework in my college to do and i have got no clue what it is about can anyone explain what i have to write about and what those 3 skills are :S

the task question is

Describe what is meant by ‘Presentation skills’.

Describe what is meant by ‘Interpersonal skills’.

Describe what is meant by ‘Communication skills’.

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