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  1. What does it mean by assigning different p values? Does it mean different star numbers? And if so could a five star numbers be generate like 1,11,31... and so on. Just wanted to know if I was on the right track.
  2. I think I get what you mean could you give me an example with numbers though if you have time. Like say hexagonal numbers 1,6,15,28,45..... if you break them down it comes to 5,9,13,17,21 ..... and if you break that down it becomes 4,4,4,4,4. But how would I find a general statment for that?
  3. Well, it's like star numbers which are 1,13,37,73,121,181. I have figured out the patter which is each number adds b multiples of 12. For example, 1+12=13, 13+24=37, 37+36=73 and so on. So it's not arithmetic, geometric or infinite series.
  4. I have been assigned stellar numbers portfolio for this year, which is due in two-three weeks. I have been working on it for a while, and I have figure most of it out. The only thing I'm stumped on is the star numbers formula relating to terms of n. I have got the formula which works but I have no idea what to do to get the formula. Any help given would be appreciated.
  5. I was just wondering that how do you make yourself feel better knowing you failed tests or barely passed. I know this happens a lot to me in Sciences, although I know the material, its the way IB questions you that you tend to screw up. Even though marks don't matter when you're preparing for exams, does it bother anyone else? and then the conversion scale from ib to your provincial expectations is entirely another story.....
  6. well, i am thinking of collective and personal guilt in the five narrators and how they all deal with it personally. my teacher said thats specific enough, but just to analyze them each thoroughly. i just need help with how to present it all, like thinking about making a slideshow, but that can't cover 10-15 minutes.
  7. i already know what I'm doing my IOP on. It's on the theme of guilt through Poisonwood Bible. I just don't know how to present this. Like if anybody knows what I am talking about and could share some insight on how to even start, it would be great. I have already analyzed it but like i said I don't know how to present it. Any help would be really appreciated.
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