Dear students, congratulations on such excellent results in the Leaving Cert. This year more than 37% of all Coláiste Bríde students have succeeded in being awarded the 25 bonus points in maths nearly 50% better than the national average! It is testament to the hard work, ambition and courage of your class. This morning as the CAO offers come out my best wishes are with you all. Go n-éirí an t-ádh libh. Mr R
Dear students I hope that went well for you.
I see that most of the solutions to the 2014 papers are now available.
I have linked them below just in case you are curious?
Well done on your hard work today as we mostly considered solutions to Roantree's Revision Notes as in Paper 2 section of the website. I hope you will have time to look over and practice some of these questions tomorrow.
As you prepare for Paper 2 make sure that you can/know:
Day: Saturday 7th June
Time: 09:00 to 12:30
Venue: Prefab 1
Dear students, I hope that today's paper went well. Half way there! Hope to see you tomorrow. Regards, Mr R
Thought I had published these already.
Comment: Though this problem is one of only two examples given relating to strand 5 of Project Maths. The solution to this problem requires the use of Differentiation Methods (either parametric or implicit) that are no longer on the LCHL Course!
However, since this question was in the 2014 Sample Paper it is important. Here is a similar question about an increasing sand pile from Roantree's notes. If you understand this you should be OK.