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ChristopherCWL
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PreU/ Undergraduate/ Postgraduate
14052011
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Major and Minor in UTP
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henry_yew
Re: Major and Minor in UTP
Yes, starting in around 2008 or 2009, undergraduates in the B or C structure (A structure syllabus will be outphased starting this May 2011) are eligible to take a minor in management.
This means...
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PreU/ Undergraduate/ Postgraduate
13052011
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Utp ict
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henry_yew
Re: Utp ict
To say that every course offered in UTP is related to the oil and gas industry is quite a conceptual error. While it is true that graduates in UTP are more exposed to the oil and gas industry due to...
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Scholarships
26042011
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Petronas : Educamp 2011
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spy999lum
Re: Petronas : Educamp 2011
Hello! I just came back from my UTP educamp 2011tuesday(different from EduQuest Camp). Here is my experience today and i would like to share with all of you. UTP itself is very very big! Im very...
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SPM & STPM
27052009
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STPM Maths T help
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Posted By
lawteoh
Re: STPM Maths T help
For ques 2, answer should be 0.65
working.. Just take out e^x
[e^x ( e^2x 2)] / [e^x (2e^2x +1) ] = 1/5
Cancel the e^x. you will get
(e^2x 2)/(2e^2x +1) = 1/5
a few more steps...
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SPM & STPM
27052009
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STPM Maths T help
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Posted By
tecklee89
Re: STPM Maths T help
Third question is quite easy:
log3 x^2 + log3 x = log9 27
3log3 X = (log3 27)/(log3 9)
= 3/2
log3 X = 3/6
X= sq rt (3)
:P
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SPM & STPM
27052009
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STPM Maths T help
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Posted By
Johnivan
Re: STPM Maths T help
(3^x+1)(4^x+2) = 5^x+3
[3(3^x)][4^2(4^x)] = 5^3(5^x)
48(12)^x = 125(5^x)
48 = (5 )^x
125 (12)
Then solve using lg (48/125) / lg (5/12) = x
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SPM & STPM
26052009
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STPM Maths T help
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Posted By
lawteoh
Re: STPM Maths T help
Oops.. i calculate wrongly for part c.. a bit careless when substituting.. lol.. see mark wong's answer for part c la.. cz using my brain to do it that time.. so, there's a possibility in being...
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SPM & STPM
25052009
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STPM Maths T help
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Posted By
nickvl
Re: STPM Maths T help
for ques
1) (2i)+(1+3i) = (2+1) + (i+3i)
= 3 + 2i
2) dunno...havent reach that part yet
3) 12  i over 5
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SPM & STPM
25052009
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STPM Maths T help
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markwongsk
Re: STPM Maths T help
1) A + B = 2+1 + (31)i = 3 + 2i
2) AB = (2i)(1+3i) = 5 + 5i
modulus = (25+25)^1/2 = (50)^1/2 simplify
3) AiB = 2ii+3 = 52i
1+iB = 1+i3 = 2+i
therefore AiB over 1+iB = (52i) over...
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SPM & STPM
25052009
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STPM Maths T help
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8,105
Posted By
lawteoh
Re: STPM Maths T help
This look quite easy honestly..
1. Using my brain, the ans is 3 + 2i . Jz do it like algebra.
2. AB = 2 +5i + 3 (note: i square wouuld be 1 as i = sq root 1 )
AB = 5+5i
Thus, the modulus...
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SPM & STPM
25052009
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STPM: Math T/S Paper 1 Integration
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markwongsk
Re: STPM: Math T/S Paper 1 Integration
Another method which I find quite useful teaching students is:
Let 2^x = a and 5^y = b
Therefore a  b = 3
and a/8 + b/4 = 21
I'm sure you can solve this =) just don't forget to find x...
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SPM & STPM
24052009
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Physical Chemistry
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Boyz_Zoo
Re: Physical Chemistry
cause PV = k, where k is a constant. Therefore, under the standard temperature, the product of pressure and volume will be the same regarless tothe variation in quantity for P and V.
That is why,...
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SPM & STPM
23052009
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STPM Physics Question Help!!!
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Posted By
chongkeat
Re: STPM Physics Question Help!!!
Hmm, I think I've seen this question before in Ace Ahead Phy Vol. 1....
*checking*
Yup, it's at page 10, Quick Check 1.2!
Well, you can flip to the answer at the back, but just in case you...
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SPM & STPM
22052009
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STPM Physics Question Help!!!
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Posted By
withoutwax
Re: STPM Physics Question Help!!!
Hint:
a/V^2m has the same unit as pressure;
b has the same unit as molar volume.
The equation is originated from PV=nRT. Comparing them will give you the idea how to get answer.
Hope that...
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