# MATHEMATICS T COURSEWORK STPM 2016 TERM 2

This is also the reason i never answer all the questions that are not related to maths. Sir why x must be in positive? Jason Chin on September 21, at 9: U will need to key in the x-values which is painstakingly time consuming. V on March 22, at ## STPM 2016 Mathematics (T) Term 2 Assignment

Substitute into all the original equations to verify. Solution will be posted only when they are available.

Alice on September 23, at 9: The sample solution is given above. You can obtain this value from part 1b. I have calculated the values using the range but it seems to be a graph with y-axis as major axis but the other two equations above are graphs with x-axis as major axis.

SHOW MY HOMEWORK SJWMS Will sir provide some guidence for the semester 2 project work Reply. Learn how your comment data is processed. An equation, relating variables and in Cartesian coordinates, can be expressed by parametric equations which describe a position on the curve. Chalester on September 23, at 7: Get notified when new articles mathdmatics pbs sample are posted.

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Sample Solution Sample solution will not be posted for this semester. Ways to find the points of intersection will only be shown to matehmatics students. Can you start with any choice for the parametric equation for? The particles collide at only 1 point. Jack on September 7, at 9: So you will get many combinations. WAN on July 24, at 4: It can be obtained directly if you know what is parametric equation. Hi sir, I wanna ask about the Question 2a ii.

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How about Question No. Loo kim hooi on July 27, at stppm Will Shong on August 7, at Chin on September 5, at 1: Anson lee on August 11, at You can use any equation that satisfy the original equation. Any equations that satisfy the Cartesian equation.

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Why my one fron yours? Catherine on August 31, at Zoe on September 28, at XY on September atpm, at 1: Please remember the particles does not collide even you are able to solve the equations. I tried so many times and still din get that ans….

But i heard some teachers said there is no minimum value. A function g is defined bywhere.