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# Edexcel AS Mathematics C2- 25th May 2016 Thread Watch

1. (Original post by Euclidean)
Fancy having a go at my question?

Either everyone has chickened out or they haven't seen it yet
I feel I am hard enough
2. what would be the best strategy to prepare for C2 from now, plus i dont have any exams in between so how should i go about this, i need to do really well considering i flopped c1
3. (Original post by TeeEm)
I feel I am hard enough
only try it I.Y.G.B
4. (Original post by johnhick98)
what would be the best strategy to prepare for C2 from now, plus i dont have any exams in between so how should i go about this, i need to do really well considering i flopped c1
There's really no special prep you can come up with haha just do as many past papers as possible, that's literally how I revise Maths No point writing the formulas down and making notes because if you use it enough, it'll become intuitive.
5. (Original post by Euclidean)
Seems like people might be running out of things to do in C2.

Here's a problem:

Prove that the area of a triangle of lengths a, b, c and adjacent angles A, B and C is given by

Hence by considering the area of a triangle of lengths a, b, c and adjacent angles A, B and C prove the Law of Sines
I don't think you have to prove these
6. (Original post by Jules12345)
I don't think you have to prove these
I think only if you understand why something works, can you make it work for you

This would never be asked as an exam question though, you're correct
7. (Original post by Euclidean)
I think only if you understand why something works, can you make it work for you

This would never be asked as an exam question though, you're correct
Okay
8. (Original post by Imjustaloner)
I feel the struggle as well, I took Chem and physcis! Are you doing aqa or edexcel?
Im doing edexcel :| what about you?
9. (Original post by Euclidean)
Fancy having a go at my question?

Either everyone has chickened out or they haven't seen it yet
I chickened out tbh ....
10. Anyone got any predictions for C2?
11. (Original post by Walkerz7)
Anyone got any predictions for C2?
Trig graph

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12. (Original post by Walkerz7)
Anyone got any predictions for C2?
Everything is going to come up really, there isn't a prediction as such. Just revise each chapter, but look for the harder ones in order to avoid the shock on Wednesday
13. (Original post by Walkerz7)
Anyone got any predictions for C2?
14. (Original post by rosemondtan)
Expecting the harder topics to appear in the paper (eg binomial expansions, trigonometry, etc)
"Hard topics"... "Binomial Expansion" u wot?
15. I love it when these come up, whole paper of these please *fingers crossed* :P
16. (Original post by LewisClothier)
"Hard topics"... "Binomial Expansion" u wot?
sorry?
17. (Original post by rosemondtan)
sorry?
why is binomial expansion classed as a "hard topic"?
18. (Original post by AyeshaSohail101)
Im doing edexcel :| what about you?
I'm doing aqa? Like is there a difference, like is edexcel harder than aqa? Or the other way round, because I seem to be the only person doing the aqa as new spec 😂😂
19. (Original post by LewisClothier)
why is binomial expansion classed as a "hard topic"?
When it is used as the basis for approximation tonnes of candidates get caught out each year
20. (Original post by TeeEm)
I feel I am hard enough
Lot's of fun!

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