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(bismillah)

In The Name of Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful.

(salam)

I hope you all are in the best of health and, most importantly, in the best of Imaan.

I have noticed that most of us are writing our examinations in this period and I thought if you all come to Shiachat, even during this time, then why not use Shiachat to do a bit of revision and help us rather than "just for fun". I know, its most probably, not the "coolest" idea because most of you might come to Shiachat to "let some steam off" after studying the whole day and, so, it would be torture if you even have to revise here but, still, I believe it can be helpful for you. Plus, if you are responsible enough to be studying, then there is no need for you to join and you can just "let off your steam" on Shiachat without getting involved in the academic work. :D

So, on this thread, we (Shiachat members) can ask the other members to help us revise any topic on any subject or to help us solve problems that you are finding extremely hard to do on your own. You can ask anything on any subject ranging from the science and mathematics to languages and humanities! As the cliche says, "anything goes"! :D

NOTE: this thread should not be used for asking others for help in doing your homeworks if your teacher does not allow you to take help from others. I, or the other members, can't know whether what you have posted is a homework or not so we will answer you but you should remember that this is a breach of the rules - both your teachers' and this thread's. So, since I can't regulate as to what you put is homework or not, I will leave it on your "moral deterrent" to stop you from doing the wrong thing.

May Allah (SWT) bless us all, our families and loved ones, guide us all to The Straight Path with His Perfect Guidance and may He, The Forgiver of Sins and The Oft-Forgiving, forgive all our sins for, indeed, there is neither any refuge nor any respite for the sinners except in Allah (SWT) .

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Good idea.

I also think that those who are in the position to help should state what subjects they specialise in.

So for example, I'm doing a degree in Philosophy so if any of you need help with Philosophy or RE, then I can help out.

I am also good with English Literature and Film Studies.

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Well, me I can help as far as Biology, Physics, (don't ask me even a word about Chemistry :mad: ) Accounting, Sociology, General Paper (basically writing essays and stuff) and Mathematics are concerned. I can, also, provide some Business Studies, Economics and Geography help to the lower classes like IGCSE (Grade 9-11 depending your country) and the like.

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Loool you dont undetstand how many times I was close to getting my paper riped in front of me. Once I want 30 min late to an exam I though it was some different timing then I get a phone call home ask where am at loool she goes if you dont make it in 15 mint then you cant take the exam...... Panic lool I made it 2 mints before hahah and all my mates knew it was me that was late hahaha.... Thats just one story hahah

I revise a week before the exam and sometimes on the same day....

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Let me get one thing straight - there is NO advice for time-management.

Time-management is down to your own willpower and discipline. It is up to you to stick to your plan. I can give you all the advice in the world but it won't work unless you have the drive to do it.

You need to look towards the end-goal and look at the bigger picture. This will motivate you and make you become disciplined. Always remember and keep saying in your head - 'this will be over soon'. If you keep saying that in your head, this hell-period of revision and exams will become more bearable.

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Loool you dont undetstand how many times I was close to getting my paper riped in front of me. Once I want 30 min late to an exam I though it was some different timing then I get a phone call home ask where am at loool she goes if you dont make it in 15 mint then you cant take the exam...... Panic lool I made it 2 mints before hahah and all my mates knew it was me that was late hahaha.... Thats just one story hahah

I revise a week before the exam and sometimes on the same day....

I recall revising for one of my science modules on the day of the exam. I was shivering the whole day!

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Same here. I think hawraa definitely does too :P

Yep!

I hereby would like to nominate myself as the biggest procrastinator, laziest individual, unmotivated worthless individual doomed for failure award.

You sure about that? I seem to fit all the criterias you mentioned, therefore you have competition!

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(bismillah)

(salam)

Staying awake all night long might not be good. During the exam your brain can be so tired that it might lock up and you forget everything. This is not too bad if your exam is multiple choice and you can recognize the correct answers. For essay exams, the words you want to use might not come to you, which is a disaster. Promise yourself to go to bed before midnight. Get some sleep and do a quick review after fajr salat. Praying for all of you.

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Yeah, but I've lost hope, I keep on counting the page numbers I still have to study haha xD it's 2.15 here, going to sleep when it's 3.30 and then get up at 6 :P

haha this is what I do. I have about 100 pages to go through. 2:24 here. All the best :)

edit: It's actually 1:35. Phew..

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Alhamdulilah I found this threat.

Ok guys, serious calculus help needed here

If lim. Of f(x) is minus infinite, then how much is

1+1/x^4 ÷ 1/x-1/x ^4 =

And I also need help in english :S but that's for later.

If anyone needs helps in french, I'm here :)

what's lim? Try to avoid short form please.

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Alhamdulilah I found this threat.

Ok guys, serious calculus help needed here

If lim. Of f(x) is minus infinite, then how much is

1+1/x^4 ÷ 1/x-1/x ^4 =

And I also need help in english :S but that's for later.

If anyone needs helps in french, I'm here :)

Is the question like:

Lim (x --> minus infinity) (1+1/x^4) / (1/x - 1/x^4) ?

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Is the question like:

Lim (x --> minus infinity) (1+1/x^4) / (1/x - 1/x^4) ?

no that's not the original question lol.. that's the 2nd step that i made from the question.

Q: Lim x---»( minus infinity) (x^4+1) / (x^3-1)

and then i did (1+1/x^4) / (1/x - 1/x^4)

and now im completely lost cause i have no clue how I arrived to it at the first place :huh:

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Well, the answer seems to come to minus infinity. The thing is, you can use L'Hopitals Rule to differentiate the top and bottom wrt x to get: (4x^3/3x^2) = (4/3)x. And lim (x--> -infinity) (4/3)x is minus infinity. Of course, the answer should come to something prettier, like (4/3) only. Sorry I couldn't solve it.

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In The Name of Allah ÓÈÍÇäå æÊÚÇáì, The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful.

(salam)

Ok, everyone, I just had an idea. All of you who need help in revision, tell us what class you are in and which subjects you take and, then, I will try to give questions in order to test you people. What do you think?

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no that's not the original question lol.. that's the 2nd step that i made from the question.

Q: Lim x---»( minus infinity) (x^4+1) / (x^3-1)

and then i did (1+1/x^4) / (1/x - 1/x^4)

and now im completely lost cause i have no clue how I arrived to it at the first place :huh:

the answer is as simple as x = minus infinity.

Lim x---»( minus infinity) (x^4+1) / (x^3-1) = Lim x---»( minus infinity) (x^4) / (x^3) = Lim x---»( minus infinity) x = minus infinity

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In The Name of Allah (SWT) , The Most Beneficent, The Most Merciful.

(salam)

It seems no one has yet replied to my post about me asking question and neither has anyone posted their own question - except Enlightened_x (thank you for that! :D ) - and I am just guessing that, perhaps, asking a question would, maybe, kick start some sort of reaction.

Remember: my questions are not going to be easy; you are going to have to sweat for them! I ask to make you fail the questions and not so that you revise! :shaytan:

And, my first question is to the GCSE (Grade 9-11) Biology students about sweating (you will be sweating because of it).

"Explain why we sweat, what is the mechanism behind sweating and what function does it haveThis function is also carried out by other organs/parts of the bodies and I want you to name this function on a body level and, then, define it for me in exact words."

The last part is the tricky one and I know that the hint I have given is quite vague but, remember, my purpose is to make you sweat and this is, exactly, what this question do for you! :shaytan:

Enjoy!

If the GCSE (Grade 9-11) do not answer in a 3 days, the A-level students can answer it. If they don't answer in 2 more days, I will give the answer and I hope that I will have someone reading it.

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