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1. So i'm doing differentiation from first principles and that looks like a handful to remember, on top of things like completing the square and etc. are they generous enough or...?
2. (Original post by ihatePE)
So i'm doing differentiation from first principles and that looks like a handful to remember, on top of things like completing the square and etc. are they generous enough or...?
For Edexcel you do, but it only has the airhmetic series formula.
3. (Original post by ihatePE)
So i'm doing differentiation from first principles and that looks like a handful to remember, on top of things like completing the square and etc. are they generous enough or...?
I don't think differentiation is very hard to remember at all. Especially in C1. Just practice and it will become second nature. The same goes for completing the square etc. No they do not give you any help apart from the arithmetic series chapter. C1 is easy enough as it is without giving you extra help
4. (Original post by iMacJack)
I don't think differentiation is very hard to remember at all. Especially in C1. Just practice and it will become second nature. The same goes for completing the square etc. No they do not give you any help apart from the arithmetic series chapter. C1 is easy enough as it is without giving you extra help
i guess C2, c3 c4 etc will be a nightmare.
5. (Original post by ihatePE)
i guess C2, c3 c4 etc will be a nightmare.
Don't worry - AS Maths is very easy, C1/C2/S1 are all very nice and simple modules! Are you the person who has finished GCSE and just began the AS modules? I think I remember you? You'll be fine honestly!
6. (Original post by ihatePE)
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You are given this booklet for every module exam.
7. If you're doing Edexcel, then these are the equations given to you for the C1 exam.
8. (Original post by ihatePE)
So i'm doing differentiation from first principles and that looks like a handful to remember, on top of things like completing the square and etc. are they generous enough or...?
What board are you on?

I did AQA and differentiation from first principles was not a requirement but perhaps yours does. Check with your teacher whether it's something you need to be able to reproduce or was it taught just to show you where differentiation came from.
9. (Original post by maggiehodgson)
What board are you on?

I did AQA and differentiation from first principles was not a requirement but perhaps yours does. Check with your teacher whether it's something you need to be able to reproduce or was it taught just to show you where differentiation came from.
It is on Welsh board
10. (Original post by ODES_PDES)
It is on Welsh board
Well, there you go. If OP is on Welsh board do they provide a formula booklet? If so could you let them know where to find it as the formula in that might be different from the ones already provided.

Thanks
11. (Original post by maggiehodgson)
Well, there you go. If OP is on Welsh board do they provide a formula booklet? If so could you let them know where to find it as the formula in that might be different from the ones already provided.

Thanks
I believe it'a this one
12. (Original post by HapaxOromenon2)
I believe it'a this one
Thanks. That will be of great use to the OP.

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