Watch the marks allocated to the question.
The length your solution will pretty much depend on that.
Remember to write all thesteps with reasons for a geom question.
In trigonometry and geometry, drawing of diagrams is a must.
In linear equations explain what the variable stands for.
In linear equations, quadratics etc,
if it's a question of more than 1 mark, then explain what a,b,c, stand for or a1,b1 etc stand for by comparing with the standard equation .
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