Will there be any questions on bearing in a c2 edexcel exam?

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Will bearings come up in c1?
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Bearings did come up in c2, haven't seen c1
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Will bearings come up in c1?
There is no trigonometry in C1
Questions involving the sine or cosine rule and bearings have certainly appeared in past C2 papers


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[QUOTE=gdunne42;60178679]There is no trigonometry in C1
Questions involving the sine or cosine rule and bearings have certainly appeared in past C2 papers
Thank you for the reply, I am not very good at bearings that's why I asked because in the c2 book it only mentions it briefly so I am not certain if I need to learn it in depth o
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There is no trigonometry in C1
Questions involving the sine or cosine rule and bearings have certainly appeared in past C2 papers
Thank you for the reply, I am not very good at bearings that's why I asked because in the c2 book it only mentions it briefly so I am not certain if I need to learn it in depth o
You do need to sort it out because it could appear in your exam but truthfully an A level maths student really shouldn't have problems with bearings, they are just angles at a point measured clockwise from a line pointing north.


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