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What is the MAIN difference between additional maths (GCSE) and AS maths? watch

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    I'd appreciate a few responses
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    Which GCSE additional maths are you taking about?
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    additional maths GCSE or FSMQ (free standing maths qualification)?
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    (Original post by B_9710)
    Which GCSE additional maths are you taking about?
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    additional maths GCSE or FSMQ (free standing maths qualification)?
    Both?
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    Ones harder than the other and are different qualifications at different levels.
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    lol everything. Additional maths is basic C1.we did level 3 algebra at my school and in year11 and they claimed that it helps in A-level maths. Yeah for the first 2 pages ...
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    (Original post by Chellecharity)
    lol everything. Additional maths is basic C1.we did level 3 algebra at my school and in year11 and they claimed that it helps in A-level maths. Yeah for the first 2 pages ...
    There's calculus in there though but none in C1...so...?
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    (Original post by ServantOfMorgoth)
    There's calculus in there though but none in C1...so...?
    2 chapters on differentiation and integration in c1 which goes on to calculus in C2. chill bro
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    (Original post by Chellecharity)
    2 chapters on differentiation and integration in c1 which goes on to calculus in C2. chill bro
    There's no need to be rude.
 
 
 
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