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    Further maths makes me want to cry
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    I know right. I am just a few weeks in to AS and the homework is suffocating
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    what topics you starting with, if ur starting with D1 then its easy.
    FP1 however would be a challlenge unless you already did a year of AS normal maths.
    I say D1 is easy, first chapter is very easy, 2nd is VERY short, 3rd decently long and decent in difficulty 4th short (thats as far as ive got)
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    FP1. We did matrices and now we're doing series and I can't figure out any of the questions, even with the answers and working backwards
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    (Original post by AnnemarieV)
    FP1. We did matrices and now we're doing series and I can't figure out any of the questions, even with the answers and working backwards
    matrices make me want to curl into a ball and cry, complex numbers were fine but i can only just about multiply two matrices without breaking down

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    I actually enjoy further maths.
    I think it's a great subject but that's probably because we are doing M1 and M2 along with FP1 this year and I love mechanics.
    If i was to talk about FP1 on its own it will be a completly different story, that module is killing me, I still don't get what matrices are!!
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    (Original post by KageRyuu_Raj)
    I actually enjoy further maths.
    I think it's a great subject but that's probably because we are doing M1 and M2 along with FP1 this year and I love mechanics.
    If i was to talk about FP1 on its own it will be a completly different story, that module is killing me, I still don't get what matrices are!!
    at least I know I am not the only one dying because of that module!
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    So is FP1 the hardest one then? Should I just bear with it and wait until other modules? It's really stressing me out and we're only a month in
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    (Original post by AnnemarieV)
    So is FP1 the hardest one then? Should I just bear with it and wait until other modules? It's really stressing me out and we're only a month in
    It pribably is, at least for me.
 
 
 
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