Core 3 (A2)
Practice
Examination
Questions
Mr A Slack
Trigonometric
Identities and
Equations
I know what secant; cosecant and cotangent graphs look like and can
identify appropriate restricted domains
Core 4 Revision Sheet
Algebra and Functions
Remainder Theorem
To find the remainder when a polynomial f(x) is divided by (ax + b) sub in f
( ba )
Eg, Find the remainder when f(x) = x + 2x -5x + 3 is d
C4 Essentials: Summary of AQA Core 4 content not provided in the formula book
Binomial expansion
Unless is a positive integer, the expansion of
(1 + ) will have an infinite number of terms.
1
It will
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The Not-Formula Book for C4
Everything you need to know for Core 4 that wont be in the formula book
Examination Board: AQA
Brief
This document is intended as an aid for revision. Although it inclu
Not
The Not-Formula Book for D1
Everything you need to know for Decision 1 that wont be in the formula book
Examination Board: AQA
Brief
This document is intended as an aid for revision. Although it i
C3 Essentials: Summary of AQA Core 3 content not provided in the formula book
Functions
A function can be many to one or one to one.
If it is to have an inverse, it must be one to one.
and
and ln a
The Not-Formula Book for C3
Everything you need to know for Core 3 that wont be in the formula book
Examination Board: AQA
Brief
This document is intended as an aid for revision. Although it includes
A2 Level Core 3
What You Need To Know
1. Algebra and
Functions
Definition of a function including the notation
f (x)
Domain and Range of a function
Composition of functions such as
fg ( x )=f (g (
GCSE to AS Level Bridging Unit
1.
A straight line, L, passes through the point with coordinates (4, 7) and is perpendicular to the
line with equation y = 2x + 3.
Find an equation of the straight line
Maths Websites
1. www.coolmath-games.com
Math Lines: X Factor A game looking at the factors of numbers.
E.g. 24 = 1,2,3,4,6,8,12,24.
2. www.bbc.co.uk/education/mathsfile
Data Handling : Median and Ran
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Start to finish your guide to
maths at university
MATHS at
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So, youre thinking
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university.
What is it that attracted you?
Whatever your reason for pi
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Topic 11.3
Deformation of solids
The Young modulus
Aims
In this experiment you will use a graph to calculate the Young modulus of copper. You will
analyse data from your experiment and make suitable c
03 C1 & C2 Homework
1.
Core 1 Questions
Find the value of
1
2
(a) 25 ,
(b) 25
2.
3
2
(1)
.
(2)
1
, x 0, find, in their simplest form,
x3
Given that y = 2x5 + 7 +
dy
,
dx
(b) y dx .
(a)
(3)
(4)
3.
The