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  1. well, im in egypt so u can do the math... nest person is suffering in physics hl
  2. look all you have to do is plot the numerator row number by numerator- youll see its quadratic, then you plot the denominator, diagonal value by row number and you should get the denominator from there you should be able to formulate your general statements, and youll be making use of technology i finished mine and its around 14 pages. Other programs are too complicated word and excel work just fine. thx a lot...i think i was just over complicating issues..
  3. the level of technologies vary from school to school so teachers usually inform the IB about how advanced they are...so if ur school offers nothing, and u just take a screen shot of ur calc and use that, then uve met the criteria... as for the main question, im afraid im stuck like u, ive got nearly everything done, but i have no idea how to use technology in this!!!
  4. hey, im starting my math IA on this. ive got 2 weeks to finish this but lucky me ive nearly done....i was just wondering, how do i meet the technology criterias, any ideas, i though i might plot my finding into a triangle table of my own making but im not up for using word in doing so as it is silly, are there any programs that i could use like autograph maths or something like that???
  5. nope, but hopefully soon.. next person whould be doing hiw HW righ now
  6. Ive never had this much HW in my life, u can do the math next person is regreting doing IB
  7. german shepards, lovely loyal dogs.. NP listens to lady gaga
  8. dout so... next person's mood is 'no mood'
  9. nope never been there, live in egypt... Next person has never been to malasyia
  10. more because of zidane...shame he retired
  11. yup..been a while since ma last time...getting bored from IB Next person supports real madrid??
  12. TOK presentation guide
  13. The English idiom "don't judge a book by its cover" is a metaphorical phrase which means "you shouldn't prejudge the worth or value of something, by its outward appearance alone Don't judge a book by its cover means not to judge people or things by what they look like from the outside. People shouldn't be judged by how they look but be judged by their actions. It actually means that people cannot be judged by what they appear like to you at first, it is necessary to get to know them and "read" them before you can judge them It means not to judge people by the way they look or act. Something very powerful can be inside them. it means dont judge a person on how they look and only judge them on who they really are! If you judge a book by it's cover is to judge someone or something before you get to know them or try it. Such as if someone looks funny and you don't know them you shouldn't make fun of them because they could turn out to be the nicest person you ever met. Also if someone advertises for a product and you don't think it will work you shouldn't because it might work really good and it will be fun and/or good for you to have. On the other hand something could look good and be really bad. So if someone is really pretty that doesn't mean 'Oh, that person is really pretty they must be nice!' They could be really stuck up and mean. Or if something looks shiny and new and people on TV. say it works really good it could be bad. from wikipedia and wikianswers. i would also recomend this site http://www.thepunch.com.au/articles/dont-judge-this-book-by-its-cover/
  14. if ur welling to spend a little, go to Jstor and make an account they have good articles on history. another source would be any big university, if u knw anyone who goes to a uni, they usually have online databases that would be very usful good luck
  15. Im thinking of using this book for my extended essay. i taking it from the tragedy prespective on how tragedy is represented in the book. try this link, http://www.shmoop.com/madame-bovary/summary.html go for the analysis
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