Originally Posted by kengyik
venn,thx for ur advise,i solved it ^^
klaudius what's ur school name? sounds attractive =.=
Actually i am also waiting for my SPM result and my decision is as same as esy too,that is to challenge SPTM !!
so now i am trying to master the math T first during this boring holiday -.- but it's quite difficult T.T
below is one of the questions again:
prove the following identities
+ sin x
= sin x + cos x
1-tan x 1-cot x
i try to prove it from LHS but fail haiz..really challenging ^^
Form 6 got a subject called further math right?
i have gone many bookstores,populars,MPH, but i never saw even a further math's reference book..=.= and what i can conclude after going these bookstores is that form 6 reference books are really limited.
WOW. it's good to know there are still students like u who choose to study STPM even though many people think its like the TOUGHEST EXAM IN THE WORLD!!!
Personally,i dont think its THAT TOUGH. It's just that there are so many topics to cover in STPM that u'll feel one and a half year is just not enough.
From SPM to STPM is like taking a huge leap. U'll still see most of the f4 f5 topics in f6 but everything is very detailed and many new terms n process to learn n remember (especially in Bio,Chem,those Science sub).
This is why when my mum first look at my f6 books, her face went
saying is this a book or an encyclopedia, why isit so BIG and FAT?
goodluck to all of u out there who will choose to walk the road not taken by many!
And i cant believe you have actually try doing Math on your holidays! *thumbs up* Damn rajin.
I was enjoying life after my SPM
Man...i havent study that chap in Math T yet.
i have not idea except you can change
tan x to (sin x/cos x) and
cot x to (cos x/sin x) and
Cos2x + sin2x = 1
i admit Im bad in Math
any Math pro got it?
Have you been to Minerva Bookstores in Town or im not sure if there's one in PJ. They have quite a lot of books for higher level education (a-levels,STPM,MUET,AUSMAT,engineering books,etc etc) You can find books by local or even foreign publishers. I guess they have wider choices on education books compared to Popular, Kinokuniya or MPH.