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A level Maths Revision Course Sheet 9

Topics today are Differentiating Sec and Cosec and stationary points Integrating e^x and maximum area Differentiating tan x and cot x Newton’s Law of cooling Functions inverse domain and range Trig of exact angles Period of different trig functions The questions can be found at http://bit.ly/AlevelOneNote Subscribe and send your problems to me take a…

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A level Maths Revision Course Sheet 7

Topics today are Exponential integration. Area of infinity Trig problem Double angle and quadratic Parametric equation to Cartesian Quotient rule and chain rule differentiation Stationary points Differentiating ln x Functions Inverse and solving equations Arithmetic series problem The questions can be found at http://bit.ly/AlevelOneNote Subscribe and send your problems to me take a photo or…

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Using BODMAS / BIDMAS – GCSE Maths (N3)

GCSE Mathematics tutorial on BODMAS / BIDMAS. What is BODMAS / BIDMAS and how following it will ensure you don’t make mistakes on the order of operations. Section N3 of the AQA GCSE maths syllabus. This video shows the best method to ensure maximum marks on your GCSE when it comes to BODMAS / BIDMAS…

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Your maths questions answered

topics today are Graphing Inequalities Sine and cosine rule triangle problems Subscribe and send your problems to me take a photo or screenshot your work. You must attempt a question or be looking for me to explain your teacher’s working.

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TTG Mathematics Youtube Channel Intro

This channel will have videos on GCSE Mathematics tutorials mainly focused on the AQA exam board topics. If you have any specific topic you are struggling with let us know in the comments or through one of the methods below and we will do our best to help you. Website – https://www.teachtravelgame.com/ Twitter – @TeachTravelG…

Laws of Indices - Part 1 | Algebra | Maths | FuseSchool thumbnail

Laws of Indices – Part 1 | Algebra | Maths | FuseSchool

The laws of indices make complex sums involving powers much easier to handle. There are 6 laws we need to know and understand: how to multiply and divide with indices, raising a power to a power, what a power of 0 means, negative indices and fractional indices. We will look at the first 4 laws…

Angles Of Elevation & Depression | Trigonometry | Maths | FuseSchool thumbnail

Angles Of Elevation & Depression | Trigonometry | Maths | FuseSchool

SOHCAHTOA, Pythagoras, sine rule and cosine rule and all things trigonometry actually have a lot of uses in “real life”. Such as working out distances to things, heights of buildings and mountains, navigation at sea. An important part of “useful” trigonometry are angles of elevation and depression. If you’re standing and looking up at an…

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Sine Or Cosine Rule? | Trigonometry | Maths | FuseSchool

Not every triangle is a right-angle triangle, so we can’t always use Pythagoras and SOHCAHTOA to find missing sides and missing angles. We instead use the sine rule or the cosine rule. They can both be used to find either missing sides or missing angles in any triangle (right angle or not). We label the…

Equation Of A Straight Line y=mx+c | Graphs | Maths | FuseSchool thumbnail

Equation Of A Straight Line y=mx+c | Graphs | Maths | FuseSchool

To find the equation of a straight line from a graph, you first need to find the gradient and then secondly find the y-intercept. The equation of a straight line is y=mx+c, where m is the gradient and c is the y-intercept. To find the gradient, you use rise / run or change in y…

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Finding The Gradient Of A Straight Line | Graphs | Maths | FuseSchool

The gradient of a line tells us how steep the line is. Lines going in this / direction have positive gradients, and lines going in this direction have negative gradients. The gradient can be found by finding how much the line goes up – the rise, and dividing it by how much the line…