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    (Original post by raheem94)
    I also used the green edexcel text books, they are great. I self-studied all units using them, they explain really well. Have you read the chapters properly?
    u sure its the same one? its green says pure mathematics c1 c2 on front and top right says ideal for new specifications edexcel,aqa,ocr please reply fast and no i dont go through chapters should i do this
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    (Original post by dongonaeatu)
    u sure its the same one? its green says pure mathematics c1 c2 on front and top right says ideal for new specifications edexcel,aqa,ocr please reply fast and no i dont go through chapters should i do this
    I use a different book. See the link: http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleg...hematics2.aspx

    Yes, you should go through the chapters.
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    (Original post by raheem94)
    I use a different book. See the link: http://www.pearsonschoolsandfecolleg...hematics2.aspx

    Yes, you should go through the chapters.
    ok thanks again raheem you are a great help to me. I am going to bed so chat soon man
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    (Original post by dongonaeatu)
    ok thanks again raheem you are a great help to me. I am going to bed so chat soon man
    No problem, you are welcome.
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    Thank God for this forum... I know I'm 4 years to this thread but I might as well ask and be hopeful of a reply since I'm very confused, thanks to Josh and Rahee I've now been able to understand the change of base law but I'm really confused about the second step where log2x + log2x/log2^4 = 2 becomes log2x + log2x/2 = 2. How did the log2^4 become 2? I have a feeling its dead easy but I'm really confused. Thanks
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    (Original post by Jack385)
    Thank God for this forum... I know I'm 4 years to this thread but I might as well ask and be hopeful of a reply since I'm very confused, thanks to Josh and Rahee I've now been able to understand the change of base law but I'm really confused about the second step where log2x + log2x/log2^4 = 2 becomes log2x + log2x/2 = 2. How did the log2^4 become 2? I have a feeling its dead easy but I'm really confused. Thanks
    That's not what it was, you misread it but it was actually log24

    Which = 2 :cute:
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    lol
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