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Level 2 Certificate Further Maths

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    Hi, this is for everybody doing the AQA Level 2 Certificate in Further Mathematics this summer. How are you guys revising for it, and how have you found the past papers?
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    Hi,

    I have been revising only by doing the practice paper sets, and the worksheets. The papers have not been too difficult; usually one or two questions catch me out.

    How are you finding it?
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    its not been too difficult but there are a few things i find hard such as the calculus

    do you know what is specific to the non calculator paper??
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    (Original post by studentrc)
    its not been too difficult but there are a few things i find hard such as the calculus

    do you know what is specific to the non calculator paper??
    I was trying to figure that out myself, but I think the material isn't strictly spread out between the two papers..
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    oh ok

    do u have any of the other practice papers apart from the ones on the aqa website?
    thanks
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    No, I've just got Set 1-3 of the Practice Papers, and the Specimen Papers, and I have also been using some of the worksheets...
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    Does anyone know any good revision websites? Especially for matrix transformations.
    I don't have any of the worksheets and only two sets of specimen papers. Would anyone be able to email me the worksheets?
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    could you upload the sets 1 to 3 and the worksheets??
    it would be really helpful
    thanks
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    We were only given them on paper, but I'll email my teacher and see if she can send them to me- they're quite long to scan in...
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    Can someone explain to me question 20a on specimen paper 2 (calculator):
    Matrix A=
    (4 3)
    (1 1)

    Work out the image of point P(2, -1) using transformation matrix A
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    (Original post by kat2424)
    Can someone explain to me question 20a on specimen paper 2 (calculator):
    Matrix A=
    (4 3)
    (1 1)

    Work out the image of point P(2, -1) using transformation matrix A
    It's just a normal transformation isn't it?
    (4 3)(2 )=(5)--> You do 4*2 + 3*-1=5
    (3 1)(-1)=(1)--> You do 3*2 + 1*-1=1

    Oh and I am willing to send all of set 1-3 of the mock papers and the mark schemes if you want. Just message me your email address and i will send them.
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    (Original post by lukeface)
    It's just a normal transformation isn't it?
    (4 3)(2 )=(5)--> You do 4*2 + 3*-1=5
    (3 1)(-1)=(1)--> You do 3*2 + 1*-1=1

    Oh and I am willing to send all of set 1-3 of the mock papers and the mark schemes if you want. Just message me your email address and i will send them.
    Thank you
    my email is [email protected]
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    Does anyone know a rough grade boundary for these exams?
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    hey lukeface, would it be possible to send the practice papers to me as well at [Removed - please use PMs or post here] ? thanks
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    nope,and anyone who tells u they do are lying,
    make sure u know what sin30,45,60,90 are,cos 30,45,60,90,and tan 30, 45,60 are cuz they could test u on that on non calc
    anything e
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    how do you work out the limiting value
    eg
    write down the limiting value of
    2n
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    n+4

    as n --> ∞
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    The answer is 2,
    Because as n gets to infinity- tht sign, n gets very big and everything else becomes irrelevant so the answer is 2n over n, which simplifies 2 u can cancel the n's out
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    (Original post by thetejmaster)
    The answer is 2,
    Because as n gets to infinity- tht sign, n gets very big and everything else becomes irrelevant so the answer is 2n over n, which simplifies 2 u can cancel the n's out
    thanks
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    Ahhhhh this is tomorrow! Does anyone have any tips for the proof questions???
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    could someone upload the worksheets if they have them
    thanks
 
 
 
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