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Hey, does any one have the online version (pdf) of the Edexcel S1 book.

Talking about this one - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edexcel-Leve.../dp/0435519123

Also are there any links to the solutions?

Kind regards.
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(Original post by dan94adibi)
Hey, does any one have the online version (pdf) of the Edexcel S1 book.

Talking about this one - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edexcel-Leve.../dp/0435519123

Also are there any links to the solutions?

Kind regards.
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http://www.scribd.com/doc/131334467/Edexcel-Maths-S1
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this website is very good, thanks
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Hi, these links no longer seem to work. Does anyone have any new links to the S1 book by any chance?
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Hi I'm sorry this is late but here's a link that works!

http://www.academia.edu/24464062/A_L...el_S1_BOOK.pdf

you might want to download it just register it's no problem I guarantee you that I have it now! don't feel the need to fill all the criteria that the person who put the book asks for...hope it helps <3
Thanks for this!
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Hi
I like to know whether statistics is needed for A levels if i am hoping to work in the bank?

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Talking about this one - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edexcel-Leve.../dp/0435519123

Also are there any links to the solutions?

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Hi
I like to know whether statistics is needed for A levels if i am hoping to work in the bank?

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Talking about this one - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Edexcel-Leve.../dp/0435519123

Also are there any links to the solutions?

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If you're to work in an investment bank in a quant role, you need to have a very good understanding of probability theory and stochastic calculus. If you're going to work in a less quantitative role such as an analyst, then you are expected to be aware of different type of regressions, running them and interpreting those results. Really depends on the job you pick up. Not really needed for a high street bank though.
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