Warning: Illegal string offset 'html' in /home/hsn/public_html/forum/cache/skin_cache/cacheid_1/skin_topic.php on line 909

Maths Homework from Unit 2 people.. - HSN forum - Page 2

# Maths Homework from Unit 2 people..

28 replies to this topic

### #21The Wedge Effect

HSN Legend

• Members
• 2,477 posts
• Location:Paisley
• Gender:Male

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:41 PM

QUOTE(will_789 @ Dec 7 2006, 09:41 PM)
It is...BUT

If you do square root of 4^3 its a bit easier.

BTW square root of 4^3 = 4^3/2

TBH, it really makes no difference to me.

### #22lynnie

Showing Improvement

• Members
• 30 posts
• Gender:Female

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:42 PM

i don't understand why they are bothe the same?
X

### #23will_789

Top of the Class

• Members
• 311 posts
• Location:Bonnie Scotland...near England
• Gender:Male

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:43 PM

Wedge...This is yours

### #24The Wedge Effect

HSN Legend

• Members
• 2,477 posts
• Location:Paisley
• Gender:Male

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:46 PM

They're both the same because you're doing the same operations on it, the other way round. Let me give you an example, of basic arithmetic.

2+3+4=9.

With this, it doesn't matter which order you evaluate it. You will still have the same answer. This applies to evaluating fractional indices problems. Root of 4=2, cubed is 8. 4 cubed is 64, of which the root is 8. Understand?

### #25John

HSN Legend

• Members
• 2,713 posts
• Location:In a Peripheral Estate in Glasgow
• Interests:First the boring stuff:<br /><br />2004 Results:<br /><br />Highers:<br /><br />Computing A<br />Craft and Design A<br />Physics A<br />Administration A<br />English A<br />Maths A<br />Modern Studies A<br />French A<br /><br />2005 Results:<br /><br />Advanced Highers:<br />Computing A<br />Physics A<br />Maths A<br />Modern Studies A<br />English A<br /><br />2006 Results:<br /><br />Advanced Highers(All Crashed):<br />Chemistry A<br />Biology A<br />Business Managemnt A<br /><br />Aren't I marvellous?
• Gender:Male

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:47 PM

They are the same as the rules of precedence do not matter for roots and powers, as roots are also powers

EDIT: Got beaten to it again lol

### #26lynnie

Showing Improvement

• Members
• 30 posts
• Gender:Female

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:52 PM

Yeah!! right I'll get to it now.
x

### #27will_789

Top of the Class

• Members
• 311 posts
• Location:Bonnie Scotland...near England
• Gender:Male

Posted 07 December 2006 - 09:54 PM

just so you know, We've decided to hold study sessions through msn. If your interested, i can give you a link to the topic, and just add us all on msn. Then we'll let you know when the days are.

### #28lynnie

Showing Improvement

• Members
• 30 posts
• Gender:Female

Posted 07 December 2006 - 10:03 PM

I saw it, and added the girl earlier. =]
X

Well thanks you guys, no doubt I'll be back later.
General chit chat for jsut now then boys +girls (i think)?
X

Well thanks you guys, no doubt I'll be back later.
General chit chat for jsut now then boys +girls (i think)?
X

sorry no girls hah x

### #29JOHN341

Newbie

• Members
• 2 posts
• Gender:Male

Posted 08 December 2006 - 11:34 AM

Hello Ma'm,

request you to suggest some manual pages if possible for the reference.

Thanking You

#### 1 user(s) are reading this topic

0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users