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Leaving Cert Mathematics
Paper One 2016
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Paper One 2016
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Jillian
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Leaving Cert Mathematics
— 08/06/16
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What proofs etc are on paper one that can be learned off by heart?
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louisoc
— 08/06/16
Proof by induction of De Moivre's, proof by induction in general is quite easy to just memorise and apply mindlessly. Proof by contradiction the irrationality of √2. Constructions of line segment size √2 and √3 too. That's all I can think of.
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