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    Hi Everyone,

    This is a question to A-Level students ( current and past ) who are either doing / or did Edexcel GCE Maths. Regarding C3, do we need to have the knowledge of C3 Trigonometry in orde r to do C3 differentiation. Or atleast is the knowledge of the first trigonometry chapter in C3 sufficient to do C3 differentiation.

    I would love to hear a reply, especially from those students who have already finished C3 Differentiation

    C3 differentiation includes differentiating trigonometric functions, so yes. (only for part, you will obviously still be able to learn the chain rule etc. without it)
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