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secondary 4 | A Maths
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secondary 4 chevron_right A Maths chevron_right Singapore

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Date Posted: 1 month ago
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Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 month ago
Seen, after 12 am
kathy2
Kathy2
1 month ago
Ok
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 month ago
Getting ready to write
kathy2
Kathy2
1 month ago
Ok thank you

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Q6, second method
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Will do Q6 another time when I have more free time and if no one else answers the quesrion
kathy2
Kathy2
1 month ago
Ok. Thank you
kathy2
Kathy2
1 month ago
Qns 6 for this part
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 month ago
Hang on
kathy2
Kathy2
1 month ago
Ok
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 month ago
Let me think about this question. It takes some time to explain it the easy way. The hard way is doable but requires three simultaneous equations in three unknowns.
kathy2
Kathy2
1 month ago
Ok.
U can show me two also can
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 month ago
Done, not sure which one easier for ylu
Eric Nicholas K
Eric Nicholas K
1 month ago
Break time
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1 month ago
Ok
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Q6, first method