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What is the content for fsmq (additional maths OCR) if someone could give me a list of topics that would be great.
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So it's split into four main sections designed to give a nice introduction and seamless integration to A-level maths. These are algebra, trigonometry, coordinate geometry and Calculus.

Algebra
polynomials- remained theorem, factor theory, solutions,
algebraic inequalities
binomial expansion and using it with probability

Trig
angle ratios
trig graphs
trig identities

Coordinate geometry
distance between 2 points
riding midpoint o=between coordinates
finding equations of lines
simultaneous equations
coordinate geometry of circles
linear programming

Calculus
integration
differentiation
kinematics (suva equations etc)

I did the exam myself last year, so feel free to PM with any questions you might have as you start the course
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(Original post by hillarykeyamo99)
So it's split into four main sections designed to give a nice introduction and seamless integration to A-level maths. These are algebra, trigonometry, coordinate geometry and Calculus.

Algebra
polynomials- remained theorem, factor theory, solutions,
algebraic inequalities
binomial expansion and using it with probability

Trig
angle ratios
trig graphs
trig identities

Coordinate geometry
distance between 2 points
riding midpoint o=between coordinates
finding equations of lines
simultaneous equations
coordinate geometry of circles
linear programming

Calculus
integration
differentiation
kinematics (suva equations etc)

I did the exam myself last year, so feel free to PM with any questions you might have as you start the course
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