# General Thoughts: General Mathematics (1 Viewer)

#### jer3m

##### Member
Comprehensive insurance means you and the other driver/s are covered regardless if you are at fault. Third party your car isn't covered if it's your fault

#### Lethal Toxin

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Comprehensive insurance means you and the other driver/s are covered regardless if you are at fault. Third party your car isn't covered if it's your fault
How the fuck is this maths?

#### Ronaldinho10

##### Member
something like -3, -2

what was the answer for the equation in the first page in SA, couldn't solve that one
i think for the equation on the first page x=1 unless i'm talking about the wrong equation....

#### jer3m

##### Member
How the fuck is this maths?
Yeh it's stupid. I only know because I had to get insurance when I got my P's. Otherwise I'd have no clue.... Did anyone else catch the trick btw with the bicycle/bus is cheap?
It's 2L, 34km ONE WAY, she then has to go back home another 2L,30km so the bicycle was like \$30.40 cheaper

#### Ronaldinho10

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Relatively simple questions, thrown off a little bit by structure of the exam but all in all not bad... It felt really long for some reason!

#### Ronaldinho10

##### Member
Yeh it's stupid. I only know because I had to get insurance when I got my P's. Otherwise I'd have no clue.... Did anyone else catch the trick btw with the bicycle/bus is cheap?
It's 2L, 34km ONE WAY, she then has to go back home another 2L,30km so the bicycle was like \$30.40 cheaper
you just confused the heck out of me.. i put the motorcycle was cheaper by 30c per trip...

#### waterlml

##### Active Member
you just confused the heck out of me.. i put the motorcycle was cheaper by 30c per trip...
same

#### aTuranski

##### New Member
Yeh it's stupid. I only know because I had to get insurance when I got my P's. Otherwise I'd have no clue.... Did anyone else catch the trick btw with the bicycle/bus is cheap?
It's 2L, 34km ONE WAY, she then has to go back home another 2L,30km so the bicycle was like \$30.40 cheaper
They only specified trips 'to' university rather than 'to and from'.

#### waterlml

##### Active Member
How the fuck is this maths?
how the hell they expected us to know this!? and i don't even have my L's yet

#### hnichols

##### New Member
Relatively simple questions, thrown off a little bit by structure of the exam but all in all not bad... It felt really long for some reason!
i struggled for time

#### _Josh_

##### Member
Yeh it's stupid. I only know because I had to get insurance when I got my P's. Otherwise I'd have no clue.... Did anyone else catch the trick btw with the bicycle/bus is cheap?
It's 2L, 34km ONE WAY, she then has to go back home another 2L,30km so the bicycle was like \$30.40 cheaper

Thank God lol, that's exactly what I got as well.

#### Ronaldinho10

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how the hell they expected us to know this!? and i don't even have my L's yet
i agree with you guys, but they definitely warned in the specimen paper haha... what can you do

#### dounyeah

##### New Member
easiest maths exam i've ever sat tbh

#### joey12

##### New Member
i think both independent and CSSA trials where both harder. This was easy, except for a few questions that really made you think.

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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Yeh I had problems with that question and the other algebra questions so I left them out. Also does anyone know the answer for the simpsons rule, why it is 114 degrees angle, and the question about the time difference, was it 140 mins?

114 degrees was something like <A0B = (360-324)+78

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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you just confused the heck out of me.. i put the motorcycle was cheaper by 30c per trip...
Me too

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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i think for the equation on the first page x=1 unless i'm talking about the wrong equation....

I think thats what I got

#### BLIT2014

##### The pessimistic optimist.
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Trial/assessments were a lot harder then this paper...

#### joey12

##### New Member
Comprehensive insurance means you and the other driver/s are covered regardless if you are at fault. Third party your car isn't covered if it's your fault
thats what i thought and out down in the exam. Its wrong, it protects your car from environmental disasters as well as crashes.

#### VenomousCharm

##### New Member
Am honestly expecting about 94-95 raw, that was a simple exam in my honest opinion ahah