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    Hi guys, I just wondering, if you were given a graph and you were asked to state the region that a shaded area lies within it, how do you do that again? and also I need help with this question 5b
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathslover08 View Post
    Hi guys, I just wondering, if you were given a graph and you were asked to state the region that a shaded area lies within it, how do you do that again? and also I need help with this question 5b
    M to P - Board of Studies NSW
    p.s look for the Mathetmatics Exam 2006
    Be specific with both questions (the first question ought surely to be answered in your class notes or textbook).

    For the second, please scan the question and post it as an attachment. It is not reasonable to expect people to navigate through links and then have to guess which of the several 2006 maths exams you're referring to.
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