i hope some of u will fin this useful
SIN, COS and TAN: if u dont know when or where to use these, then this will help u.
think of "CAH SOH TOA".
CAH stands for Cos=Adjacent over Hypotenuse
SOH stands for Sin=Opposite over Hypotenuse
TOA stands for Tan=Opposite over Adjacent
if u r unsure of knowing what kind of a line on a graph is positive or negative, thn this might help u: these are two lines going different directions\ /
this line / looks like a fada in irish and is therefore positive
this line \ looks like hitler's salute and so it is negative.
i really do hope this works for u and if anyone else has more helpful tips pls share them.
thank u

SryanBruen
I use SOH CAH TOA hahaha (CAH and SOH the other way round)

Mason
nice tips dude

Ciaranclixxx
"This line \ looks like Hitlers salute so its negative" Hahahahah

sirbuildalot
I use, Sin: Oh Hell Cos: Another Hour Tan: Of Algebra. The capital letters stand for Opposite, Adjacent, Hypotenuse. It works for me

Mason
Two old angels (Tan = o/a) sitting on high (Sin=o/h) chatting about heaven (Cos = a/h)

123456789Max
Some old hens
Cackle all hours
Till old age
S=O/H
C=A/H
T=O/A

Hannah_8452
I use: STUPID (sin)
CRAPPY (cos)
TRIG. (Tan)

ajacob2013
this has turned out to be th most funniest of all the discussions i have seen. mostly bcus of "oh hell another hour of algebra" and "two old angels sitting on high chatting about heaven" : ): )
p.s: im a gal not a dude

ajacob2013
please send more and dnt just make it about maths

Sarah2014
silly old harry (SOH)
caught a herring (COS)
tim ate nothing (TAN)

ajacob2013
science:
density
think of the formula as a love heart: mass m
 = 
volume v

ajacob2013
mass m
 = 
volume v

ajacob2013
anyone else hav other ideas

ajacob2013
For memorising mode, median and mean:
MODE has 4 letters and so does MOST. So MODE is the number that comes up the MOST.
Median sounds like Mid so the median is the middle number
The Mean has an 'a' and Average has an 'a'. So the mean is the average number

Aran1
Any tips on probability?

Me
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