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    Guys, does change of base every come up? For edexcel c2
    And should I learn it?
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    (Original post by imran_)
    Guys, does change of base every come up? For edexcel c2
    And should I learn it?
    It's possible that it may come up, so definitely worth learning.
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    For the differentiating questions they usually ask to show that this shape is equal to this equation. What formulas should I remember? for example the surface area of a cylinder and things like that
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    It's possible that it may come up, so definitely worth learning.
    For the differentiating questions they usually ask to show that this shape is equal to this equation. What formulas should I remember? for example the surface area of a cylinder and things like that
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    For the differentiating questions they usually ask to show that this shape is equal to this equation. What formulas should I remember? for example the surface area of a cylinder and things like that
    Cylinders, cubes, cones, stuff like that. I can't remember much else, sorry.
 
 
 
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