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    • Thank you. A bit unrelated. But I have a stammer and I screwed up my FOA and got a grade 5-. Not to brag or anything but I am a grade 7 student but my stammer frustrates me as it makes me come across as overly shy and lacking confidence when really it is my stammer. And since these FOA/ICOs count for so much of our grades, does that mean I won't get a grade 7 just because of my stutter? 
    • Yeah, now I'm thinking Bezier curves aren't a good idea as we won't be learning about it in class whatsoever. I do like the idea of doing calculus, the question is what about it though. I've been looking into calculus and photography, any suggestions with that would be highly appreciated. I know you're not allowed to spoon-feed me topics so anything you can do would be extremely helpful.
    • hello!  dont know if you still need this but,  - first of all you need to find the resultant force acting on the mass. this means force due to the inclined place minus the force of friction.  - force due to inclined plane can be calculated by mgsin30 = 245N - force of friction can be calculated by F=µN (µ is the coefficient of dynamic/static friction) = 98N - resultant force = 147N now we can use F=ma to find acceleration: - acceleration = resultant force/mass = 147/50 = 2.94ms^-2    
    • As much as time and organisation skills play a role in developing better grades, another significant factor is that you study productively. You could be studying for an hour a day and still obtain more knowledge than someone who studies five hours a day.  I had someone tell me a story of their friend who literally isolated themselves from their social life for his final year in the IB. He cancelled his soccer, broke up with his girlfriend, literally put a timer on for 30 mins whenever his best friends would have a birthday party and leave once the alarm goes off (mind you, those would be the only times he would hang out with his friends) and studied more than two hours a day. Oh, he didn't do the IB but did the HSC instead. Anyways, he scored pretty good but some of his friends received higher grades than him, even though they had their soccer practice, girlfriends, hung out with friends on the weekend and whatnot.  My point is, it's not about how much you study but how well you study.  As for your subjects, I take the complete opposite so I can't really assure you on that but best of luck!
    • I'm going to take IB next year and I want to know what to do in preparation for the course. I am going to take HL maths, physics and economics. SL chemistry, english and AB spanish. I am scared I am not going to have time to play games and do sports. I mostly rely on video games as a source of happiness so I don't know what to do and will I have time to hang out with friends outside of school. 
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