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Guys can you please share your notes, I find Arithmetic series a bit difficult to understand, and I can manage the rest.


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Guys can you please share your notes, I find Arithmetic series a bit difficult to understand, and I can manage the rest.


Good luck everyone
try this

http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=3239901
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"Arithmetic series" in core 1?
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I think I am lol



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I take it you're doing edexcel or at least not aqa because it's on c2 for me. Tbh I struggle with them as well i hate sequences and series :mad: but mymaths.co.uk has some good resources I suggest you look there?
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Basically
Always remember the arithmetic formulas
That will get you anywhere

a + (n-1)d

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Sn = n/2 [2a+ (n-1)d]

And how to work out how many terms there are in a sequence

Last no. - first number = ans1

Then ans1/difference = no of terms + 1


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Where do make people make mistake/ what do u find hard??
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(Original post by Bloom77)
Basically
Always remember the arithmetic formulas
That will get you anywhere

a + (n-1)d

And

Sn = n/2 [2a+ (n-1)d]

And how to work out how many terms there are in a sequence

Last no. - first number = ans1

Then ans1/difference = no of terms + 1


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Trust me I know all the formulas, but sometimes, it is sooo confusingl BTW my exam board is edexcel
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(Original post by neverseenanalien)
Trust me I know all the formulas, but sometimes, it is sooo confusingl BTW my exam board is edexcel
Lol yeah same
I find geometric sequences so much harder (in c2)
I really hate that



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Bring it on Edexcel
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im ready ........ to fail. just kidding, i think i'll do fine
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was already ready when I was 14 pretty much
it's basically gcse maths
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was already ready when I was 14 pretty much
it's basically gcse maths
I think its much harder than GCSE maths- its pretty much the same as GCSE further maths though- so lucky I did it last year its made C1 so much easier
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was already ready when I was 14 pretty much
it's basically gcse maths
Great, do you want a ****ing medal?
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Great, do you want a ****ing medal?
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You're hilarious!


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I think its much harder than GCSE maths- its pretty much the same as GCSE further maths though- so lucky I did it last year its made C1 so much easier
I wouldn't say it's much harder. The questions are simple if you learn your stuff. But it's certainly not the same as GCSE Maths. No differentiation, integration, polynomials and Quadratic Inequalities in GCSE Maths.
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Does everyone know the Sn proof??
Our teacher said it's likely to come up...
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I wouldn't say it's much harder. The questions are simple if you learn your stuff. But it's certainly not the same as GCSE Maths. No differentiation, integration, polynomials and Quadratic Inequalities in GCSE Maths.
Yeah i was talking about aqa gcse further maths though- pretty much already covers half of C1
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Does edexcel not provide most of the series formulae? AQA does..
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