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Course Features

Video

High

Audio

None

Animation

None

Equivalent to FETAC

Level 5

Equivalent to QCF (UK)

Level 3

Language

EN

Publisher

Math Planet

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Comments & Reviews

  • Michael Baptiste Turks and Caicos Islands Good examples with clear working given by lecturer. 2014-06-15 03:06:31
  • WENDY ROTHWELL United States of America ONE angle is 2 TIMES THE SECOND ANGLE therefore ONE angle is 2X where X is the SECOND angle 2011-10-10 18:10:37
  • Jeannette Churchey United States of America If one angle is two times the second angle then it is shown as x and 2X. The third angle is 20 more than the second angle. Then wouldn't the third angle be 2x+20? If it were x-20 as he shows then that is saying the third angle is 20 more than the first angle. It clearly says the second angle which is 2x making the third angle 2x+20. Any insight? Am I looking over something? 2011-07-24 01:07:10
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SAT Math Exam

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