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    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Core-Maths-L.../dp/074871779X


    That book is amazing. I found it in my local library (which is getting closed soon :l) when I went to revise srs it's amazing
    So much better then the books I got from my school
    + Don't be put of with the looks/Publish date it's really good It goes through everything in detail.


    Or you could go for the updated version

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Core-Maths-A...dp_ob_title_bk
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    sfe fam
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    (Original post by POWW!)
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Core-Maths-L.../dp/074871779X


    That book is amazing. I found it in my local library (which is getting closed soon :l) when I went to revise srs it's amazing
    So much better then the books I got from my school
    + Don't be put of with the looks/Publish date it's really good It goes through everything in detail.


    Or you could go for the updated version

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Core-Maths-A...dp_ob_title_bk
    Looks good.
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    (Original post by Extricated)
    sfe fam
    Huh??
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    Huh??
    Lol it basically means thank you in slang
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    Huh??
    "Safe, family."

    It means:

    safe - to signify agreement
    fam - derived from the word "family" . referring to people that are extremely close; as if a family member.
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    (Original post by POWW!)
    Lol it basically means thank you in slang
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    "Safe, family."

    It means:

    safe - to signify agreement
    fam - derived from the word "family" . referring to people that are extremely close; as if a family member.
    Ooooh. Thank you.
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    (Original post by POWW!)
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Core-Maths-L.../dp/074871779X


    That book is amazing. I found it in my local library (which is getting closed soon :l) when I went to revise srs it's amazing
    So much better then the books I got from my school
    + Don't be put of with the looks/Publish date it's really good It goes through everything in detail.


    Or you could go for the updated version

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Core-Maths-A...dp_ob_title_bk
    I have it already! :cool:
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    (Original post by King-Panther)
    I have it already! :cool:
    LOl ur lucky It's so much better then what my school gave me
    I mean the book I have makes mistake on the answer pages aswel as the examples when they try n show you how it's done
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    Ooooh. Thank you.
    Are you really a teenager?
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    (Original post by POWW!)
    LOl ur lucky It's so much better then what my school gave me
    I mean the book I have makes mistake on the answer pages aswel as the examples when they try n show you how it's done
    Really, I don't know, I've only ever used that book. I found it in my local library and really liked it so I brought myself a copy.
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    (Original post by Extricated)
    Are you really a teenager?
    You know, many people have asked me this. :confused::confused:

    Yes, I am a teenager but I do not speak in slang terms.
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    You know, many people have asked me this. :confused::confused:

    Yes, I am a teenager but I do not speak in slang terms.
    I can see why :P, it is worth noting that the slang I used was intended for amusement, nothing else. In other news, how is your c2/s1 revision going?

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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    You know, many people have asked me this. :confused::confused:

    Yes, I am a teenager but I do not speak in slang terms.
    Me neither, but we all know how to translate. :/
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    (Original post by Maths_Lover)
    You know, many people have asked me this. :confused::confused:

    Yes, I am a teenager but I do not speak in slang terms.
    If you lived in London, you would understand it. It's a matter of experience .
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    (Original post by Extricated)
    I can see why :P, it is worth noting that the slang I used was intended for amusement, nothing else. In other news, how is your c2/s1 revision going?

    OK.

    My C2 and S1 revision is going well now that it is the holidays and I actually have time to do it rather than having to do lots of other subjects. I should have finished both by this time next week. :woo:

    What about you?

    (Original post by .:Doctor:.)
    Me neither, but we all know how to translate. :/
    I don't. :/
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    (Original post by und)
    If you lived in London, you would understand it. It's a matter of experience .
    OK.

    I am always the last to get jokes as well. Unless they are of a scientific nature... :facepalm:
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    is it for all exam boards?
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    (Original post by JaaN-x)
    is it for all exam boards?
    I believe so. It's not one of those books that focuses on just teaching you everything in the syllabus, and leaves everything else out.
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    http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/A-Lev...ials_index.php

    Every topic covered in detail with video tutorials, it's the sex.
 
 
 
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