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# Fp2 in AS, before C3 & C4 Watch

1. My college are doing fp2 in the first year, before c3 and c4. The exam board is edexcel, I know that a lot of info from c3/c4 is required for fp2. Can anyone please state all the topics from c3/4 which I need to know for fp2? Please be as specific as possible, include the details.
2. Not very sensible of them. Mainly partial fractions, all the differentiation in C3 and all the integration in C4 i think.
3. (Original post by Acruzen)
Not very sensible of them. Mainly partial fractions, all the differentiation in C3 and all the integration in C4 i think.
Could you please be a bit more specific, and state the topics and types of integration and differentiation? I don't have the c3/4 book so I will need to look them up and try to learn on the Internet. Thank you
4. On reading the specification, I really don't understand the logic of doing fp2 before c3 and c4. In the specification it says "A knowledge of the specifications for C1, C2, C3, C4 and FP1, their prerequisites, preambles and associated formulae is assumed and may be tested." Maybe show this to your college?

I am being specific, all areas of differentiation and integration throughout C3 and C4 can be and probably will be tested.

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