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Need help with the Vectors section of the Cambridge Additional Math syllabus Watch

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    Greetings All ,

    I've got an Additional Math exam coming up in just a few weeks and while I'm relatively ok with much of the content, including the dreaded calculus , I seem to be perpetually stuck on the vectors and to a lesser degree permutations and combinations.

    I've gone through every text book and tutorial video I can get a hold of but I'm still pretty stumped with figuring out the concept of vector velocities . For GCSE Math I thought I knew the basics of vectors pretty well and had no problem with vector questions , but that knowledge doesn't seem to have transitioned very well in Add Math.

    I'd really appreciate any help as I'm seriously stuck and can't seem to wrap my head round it no matter how much I read up on it.

    Many thanks in advance .
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    (Original post by headsup1980)
    Greetings All ,

    I've got an Additional Math exam coming up in just a few weeks and while I'm relatively ok with much of the content, including the dreaded calculus , I seem to be perpetually stuck on the vectors and to a lesser degree permutations and combinations.

    I've gone through every text book and tutorial video I can get a hold of but I'm still pretty stumped with figuring out the concept of vector velocities . For GCSE Math I thought I knew the basics of vectors pretty well and had no problem with vector questions , but that knowledge doesn't seem to have transitioned very well in Add Math.

    I'd really appreciate any help as I'm seriously stuck and can't seem to wrap my head round it no matter how much I read up on it.

    Many thanks in advance .
    Best to post some examples in that case with your working, .
 
 
 
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