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i_like_cake
15th-September-2009, 10:18
Hi,
I am trying to download the mathematical log tables, the book that accompanied our leaving certificate maths exam, and every college exam since then..

anyone know where i could download these? I have searched the education website... no luck...
thanks

Krusty
15th-September-2009, 10:21
Chance some of these links maybe ?
<a href="http://www.google.ie/search?hl=en&amp;client=firefox-a&amp;rls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&amp;hs=LmC&amp;q=logarithmic+tables&amp;btnG=Sea rch&amp;meta=" target="_blank">
http://www.google.ie/search?hl=en&amp;client=firefox-a&amp;r ls=org.mozilla%3Aen-US%3Aofficial&amp;hs=LmC&amp;q=logarithm ic+tables&amp;btnG=Search&amp;meta= </a>
</span>

i_like_cake
15th-September-2009, 10:27
Hi Krusty,
thanks for those.. i had a look at most of those links already.. the first one I downloaded.. but I was hoping for a copy that wasn't scanned in...

rathbaner
15th-September-2009, 10:35
spreadsheet here (http://www.sosmath.com/tables/logtable/logtable.html)

neiljung
15th-September-2009, 10:55
Hi,
I am trying to download the mathematical log tables, the book that accompanied our leaving certificate maths exam, and every college exam since then..

anyone know where i could download these? I have searched the education website... no luck...
thanks




There's a new format that was just released in June that's going to be the standard for all future exams. All the tables have been removed, presumably because of calculators, but it's still 92 pages long.

You won't actually need to know anything to sit the leaving anymore, every science and maths formula you need will be provided for you in this book.

Kids these days huh.....

Captain-Hero
15th-September-2009, 10:55
Hi,
I am trying to download the mathematical log tables, the book that accompanied our leaving certificate maths exam, and every college exam since then..

anyone know where i could download these? I have searched the education website... no luck...
thanks




You tight so and so. They cost about 2 euro. Or pounds in your case. Same thing these days.

Piquet
15th-September-2009, 11:04
Hi,
I am trying to download the mathematical log tables, the book that accompanied our leaving certificate maths exam, and every college exam since then..

anyone know where i could download these? I have searched the education website... no luck...
thanks



There's a new format that was just released in June that's going to be the standard for all future exams. All the tables have been removed, presumably because of calculators, but it's still 92 pages long.

You won't actually need to know anything to sit the leaving anymore, every science and maths formula you need will be provided for you in this book.

Kids these days huh.....



I feel sorry for the poor unfortunates who have learned all the formulae that are included in the new book

Old Dog
15th-September-2009, 11:58
There's a new format that was just released in June that's going to be the standard for all future exams. All the tables have been removed, presumably because of calculators, but it's still 92 pages long.

You won't actually need to know anything to sit the leaving anymore, every science and maths formula you need will be provided for you in this book.

Kids these days huh.....



Circular about it here:-


http://www.examinations.ie/secmain/S_56_09_New_Booklet_of_Fo (http://www.examinati&#111;ns.ie/secmain/S_56_09_New_Booklet_of_&#070;ormulae_and_Tables_for_use _in_State_Examinati&#111;ns_Commissi&#111;n_2010.pdf) rmulae_and_Tables_for_use_in_State_Examinations_Co mmission_2 010.pdf





extract:-


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The new booklet is substantially updated and modernised. Whereas its primary purpose is as a reference document for use in the State Examinations, efforts have been made to ensure that it will also continue to serve as a valuable reference document for students and teachers throughout post-primary school and beyond. Many additional formulae have been included, along with additional statistical tables, additional scientific information, some formulae related to economics and finance, and a list of the most frequently used electrical circuit symbols. Some information that is no longer needed in the context of the use of scientific calculators, such as the tables of logarithms and trigonometric functions, has been removed. "