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# The topics you enjoy(ed) the most in the core modules of A Level Maths/ Further Maths

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1. (Original post by jessyjellytot14)
C1 - My candidate number.

C2 - Binomial expansion and integration was fun.

C3 - I've only done the functions topic so far but I've actually enjoyed it ngl.
Lmao "candidate number" you know

(Original post by Palette)
It's between optimization problems in C2 and parametric equations, volumes of revolution, connected rates of change and differential equations in C4.

I learnt half of vectors and found it so tedious that I still haven't learnt the second half (dot product, angle between vectors) after half a year.
Yeah I haven't looked at Vectors in C4 yet. I think Volumes of revolution is a wicked topic because I can actually visualise the 3D 2π rotation!
2. C1 - stationary points
C2 - arcs & sectors
C3 - integration
C4 - volume of revolution & parametric differentiation
FP1 - being told "i" was a number

(WJEC so topics might be in different modules)

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3. C1 - Differentiation & Integration
C2 - Logs & Trapezium Rule
M1 - Everything 😍
C3 - Modulus/Trigonometric Identities/Differentiation (chain, product and quotient rules)
C4 - Double angle formulae
S1 - Normal Distribution

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