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    I am doing Maths and Further Maths this year, with M1 and M2 being two of my modules. I try to enjoy it, but of all the maths modules, it's probably the hardest for me to understand, I don't know why. We haven't even started M2 at our college, so I need to get a headstart as alot of it has to be independant learning.

    Are there any books you recommend that can help me in understanding Mechanics more?

    Our exam board is AQA if that helps.

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    Um the M2 book?
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    (Original post by FranticMind)
    Um the M2 book?
    Sorry should have stated: I want other books apart from the AQA mechanics book.
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    The only way to understand Mechanics is to do questions until you end up smashing your head against a wall while screaming.
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    I agree. with tehsponge.

    Just use M2 book until no questions remain. Past papers. No need for anything else.
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    Oh and ask questions until your teacher throttles you.
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    (Original post by FranticMind)
    I agree. with tehsponge.

    Just use M2 book until no questions remain. Past papers. No need for anything else.
    Lol cheers guys, I haven't even seen M2 yet, it's just I 'm not doing great at M1, so wanted to see if there was any books that could help, for obviously something much harder.

    But I will heed your advice and just practise like mad lol
 
 
 

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