C1 Mathematics

  • Created by: abbiee
  • Created on: 06-03-13 15:52
What is the equation to a line?
Y-Y1 = M(X-X1)
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What 3 ways could be used to solve a quadratic equation?
Factorising, Using the formula, Completing the square
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If a gradient of a line is 4, what is the perpendicular gradient?
- 1/4
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How do you prove that 2 lines are parallel to each other?
Ma x Mb = -1
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What 3 ways could be used to solve a quadratic equation?

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Factorising, Using the formula, Completing the square

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If a gradient of a line is 4, what is the perpendicular gradient?

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How do you prove that 2 lines are parallel to each other?

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Hannah

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Yay! 100%

freddie

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does the answer to number two not show they are perpendicular too each other?

Rebecca

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I agree with freddie, the answer to number 2 shows the way to find out if two lines are perpendicular

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