i have a small solar panel at the top of my Calculator that recharges the batteries constantly.
mfw i thought this was standard **** on all Calculators
Now for my opinion of Math C: I think it's alot easier than most people think and the practical side of it got no more difficult when I went to do engineering. I'm 3rd year this year, and I think year 12 Math C was harder at some points
this is true. I did better in Math C than Math B even though C was harder. Makes no sense right? Maths B is full of potential for silly errors that can cause you to **** up an entire question. The thing I liked about Math C was there's one way to do something and if you know how to then you could do well, it was always clear what you had to do... the only hard part was knowing how to do it. TT
I think he WAS refering to Australia Queensland, since the system is as he described it. Then again, as you said, the systems could be identical or similar elsewhere.
Yah, if you can add+subtract+ multiply +divide and truly know how a function works you pretty much never need a calculator. The lone exception can be with trig ratios... which you can figure out pretty quickly, provided you have an ounce of actual math sense. (rather then just knowing I press the buttons, teh math comes out).