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1. Really struggling to revise for maths does anyone have anything that can help?? Thank you <3
2. Its not like GCSE where you can predict lol. Pretty much every topic will come up.
3. Can never be sure but check the proof for the sum of n terms - hasn't come up in around 3 years.
4. I second the proof of the sum of an arithmetic series. Other than that the best thing you can do is do as many past papers as you can and anything you struggle with or can't do, go over it in the textbook or your notes then do practice questions for that area so you're comfortable with it.
5. What other proof other than the sum of the arithmetic sequence do i need to know ? asap :P <3
6. hello people good luck with the exam tommorow. just looked through the last 6 years papers for core 1 and its looking very likely the proof will come up, so revise it and memorise it also i hv a bad feeling about a nasty graph so revise the k/x graphs aswell. i was struggling with this question(part b, u hv to equal it to 10 but i dont know how on earth u can solve that ugly looking thing), can anyone help?
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7. (Original post by KappaRoss)
What other proof other than the sum of the arithmetic sequence do i need to know ? asap :P <3
i think thats the only formula in core 1 so that will be the only proof.
8. (Original post by masuma23)
Really struggling to revise for maths does anyone have anything that can help?? Thank you <3
physics and maths tutor, do the gold paper question they are some pretty good questions to test ur knowledge to see that ur ready, try them NOW
9. Oaky thank you so much
10. (Original post by alldayniqqa)
Its not like GCSE where you can predict lol. Pretty much every topic will come up.
11. (Original post by masuma23)
Are you doing your C1 tomorrow?
12. what about asymptotes and their graphs?? Any chance of them coming up??
13. (Original post by OneandOnly123)
hello people good luck with the exam tommorow. just looked through the last 6 years papers for core 1 and its looking very likely the proof will come up, so revise it and memorise it also i hv a bad feeling about a nasty graph so revise the k/x graphs aswell. i was struggling with this question(part b, u hv to equal it to 10 but i dont know how on earth u can solve that ugly looking thing), can anyone help?
here's the answer, hope the working out is clear feel free to ask if you're still unsure
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(Original post by OneandOnly123)
hello people good luck with the exam tommorow. just looked through the last 6 years papers for core 1 and its looking very likely the proof will come up, so revise it and memorise it also i hv a bad feeling about a nasty graph so revise the k/x graphs aswell. i was struggling with this question(part b, u hv to equal it to 10 but i dont know how on earth u can solve that ugly looking thing), can anyone help?
15. What exam board are you guys talking about?
16. (Original post by OneandOnly123)
hello people good luck with the exam tommorow. just looked through the last 6 years papers for core 1 and its looking very likely the proof will come up, so revise it and memorise it also i hv a bad feeling about a nasty graph so revise the k/x graphs aswell. i was struggling with this question(part b, u hv to equal it to 10 but i dont know how on earth u can solve that ugly looking thing), can anyone help?
see attached image, cant seem to find the answer to part b)
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17. (Original post by ilikesweets)
here's the answer, hope the working out is clear feel free to ask if you're still unsure
my people unah thank u so much good luck for 2moro
18. (Original post by masuma23)
Really struggling to revise for maths does anyone have anything that can help?? Thank you <3
Pretty much the gold papers like someone suggested

in any case GL all, i hope the C1 won't be too difficult xD
19. Proof of arithmetic series?
U dont do arithmetic series in ocr core 1 lol.Probably edexcel i gues...
Can never be sure but check the proof for the sum of n terms - hasn't come up in around 3 years.
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