Monthly Archives: April 2007



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Matrices - Enter The Matrix

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Posted at 5:58 pm by Miss Loi in A-Maths Questions

In order to put Miss Loi's new found freedom into good use, it's about time the Matrix is loaded onto this website ... hohoho. Do take particular note on the second question of Part 1. Recently Miss Loi's been seeing that more and more school papers are testing students' understanding of concepts like these (which [...]

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Distributing the Joss Sticks

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Posted at 9:59 pm by Miss Loi in Miss Loi the Tutor
Distributing the Joss Sticks

In Singapore we all have to be maths students at some point in our lives. Being a Maths tutor, Miss Loi has witnessed first-hand over the years the pain horror suffering problems afflicting especially those with little love lost between them and the subject. The observation that struck her most is the vast number of [...]

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Revealing Equations In Their Full Glory

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Posted at 7:02 pm by Miss Loi in Miss Loi the Tutor

Some of Miss Loi's students have complained feedback to her regarding the way some equations are being displayed on this website. Frankly, Miss Loi agrees that it's rather unintuitive and not in the best interest of both your mental and optical well-being to see something like this: {sin (x)}/{cos (x)} = ({e^{ix}-e^{-ix}}/{2i})/({e^{ix}+e^{-ix}}/2) The usual way [...]

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Numbers - Remember What They Taught You In Primary School?

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Posted at 6:36 pm by Miss Loi in E-Maths Questions

Maths is all about foundation. Thus Miss Loi is sometimes a little disappointed that many students got themselves stuck in the question below. This question appears almost without fail and is meant to test your basics from primary school to Secondary One. The numbers 60 and 126, written as products of their prime factors are: [...]

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Trigonometry - You're An A1 Student If You Can Prove This!

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Posted at 5:00 pm by Miss Loi in A-Maths Questions

In case you're wondering, the previous trigonometry proving question here was just a warm-up. This then, guys and gals, is the real deal. If you can prove this, you are A1/A-List/Elite (or whatever honour our society decides to bestow upon you) student material and Miss Loi will kneel down and kow-tow to you! Just joking [...]

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