could have added magic in the first equation and skip all those steps

hmmm...waited too long to use magic :)

p(n)is

There was a question in a Year 2 Calc paper I did a couple of years ago where I knew what the answer was but for the life of me couldn't remember how to get it. I forgot to change the equation into radians, so the answer kept getting all convoluted and messy.
In the end I started the answer, wrote, "then something magical happens and the answer is pi/4"
I passed the paper, though have no idea if I was given marks for that particular question.

This isn't Hogwarts, kid...

if its out of 7 and they only got one wrong, what the **** happened to the other mark...

This question is worth 7 Marks? This exam must have been written in Germany, before they switched over to the Euro.

I seriously think this might be mine. Who put it up? Fitz?

Haha... magic :) I hope it worked that way.

Proofs. The most useless thing math has ever threw up

Lots of complicated math... then MAGIC! it's gone!

HL IB math? I feel this person's pain.

p(n)is is true!

How its possible to solve this mathematical problem?
Mr.Bean: Magic... gzzzz

Is this an IB Exam?
