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    I'm doing the integration chapter and I've noticed I have to used logarithm rules which were in c2. Sadly I've forgotten most of that stuff. Can someone give me a list of topics I should understand before tackling c4?
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    Isn't it just all C1/2/3 topics that you need to know for C4?

    Even in the books it points out "This rule is found in C2". :blah:

    I'm not too sure, gonna watch this thread so I know. :bigsmile:
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    (Original post by undercxver)
    Isn't it just all C1/2/3 topics that you need to know for C4?

    Even in the books it points out "This rule is found in C2". :blah:

    I'm not too sure, gonna watch this thread so I know. :bigsmile:
    Lol yeah I think it is but i traded my C1 and C2 textbooks for C3 and C4. I hate thow they mention of a topic you should know but its completely confusing when added to another topic!
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    (Original post by Shiv Loves Maths)
    I'm doing the integration chapter and I've noticed I have to used logarithm rules which were in c2. Sadly I've forgotten most of that stuff. Can someone give me a list of topics I should understand before tackling c4?
    You really need to be aware of all of the content that you've covered in C1-3. Any of it could come up.
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    (Original post by Shiv Loves Maths)
    Lol yeah I think it is but i traded my C1 and C2 textbooks for C3 and C4. I hate thow they mention of a topic you should know but its completely confusing when added to another topic!
    Oh no!

    Yeah I understand what you mean. C4 is pretty much all the topics from C1. :cry: We can do this though!

    If you do need any help with C1 or C2 stuff you always go ExamSolutions.

    And if you're still stuck you can always ask a question in the TSR A-Level Mathematics Forum (be sure to provide the question and what you have already done).

    There's also some Mathematics Resources thread (C1/2) and another Mathematics Resources thread (C3/4).
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    (Original post by Shiv Loves Maths)
    I'm doing the integration chapter and I've noticed I have to used logarithm rules which were in c2. Sadly I've forgotten most of that stuff. Can someone give me a list of topics I should understand before tackling c4?
    I have the pdf versions of the textbooks if you want it
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    (Original post by KaylaB)
    I have the pdf versions of the textbooks if you want it
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    Thank you, where were you when I was doing AS
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    (Original post by Plagioclase)
    You really need to be aware of all of the content that you've covered in C1-3. Any of it could come up.
    Wow thats really helpful mod!
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    (Original post by KaylaB)
    I have the pdf versions of the textbooks if you want it
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    very useful........
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    \displaystyle \int a^{x} \ \mathrm{d}x
    Not explicitly covered in the book, but has shown up in exams.
 
 
 
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