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I'm sitting A Level Maths with Edexcel, resitting C1 C2 and S1, as well as doing C3, C4 and D1, but have no idea as to what formulas I need to know that aren't given in the formula book. For those who don't have it, here is the link, this will be the ink folder given to you at the start of every Edexcel A Level Maths exam: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...20Book_Web.pdf
Hopefully someone has some notes or knows where to find them!
Thanks in advance!
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look at your specification.
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look at your specification.
Have mate, there's no list of just formulas to know/learn
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Have mate, there's no list of just formulas to know/learn
Damn that's bad of them.

Have you got a revision guide or textbook you can use?

I'd go through each unit and make note of all formulas then see if they're on the equation sheet. Big task but probably the best option atm unless someone has a list.
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Damn that's bad of them.

Have you got a revision guide or textbook you can use?

I'd go through each unit and make note of all formulas then see if they're on the equation sheet. Big task but probably the best option atm unless someone has a list.
Yeah I'm going through the text book, but I have 4 and 2 of them are about 450 pages long :bawling: oh well.
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Yeah I'm going through the text book, but I have 4 and 2 of them are about 450 pages long :bawling: oh well.
I'm doing AQA but for C3, the only formulas I need to know are  1 + cot^{2}x = cosec^{2}x ,  tan^{2}x + 1 = sec^{2}x and the volume of revolution equations which are easy to remember.

For C4, it's the addition formulas, double angle formulas, R addition formulas and the scalar product.

EDIT: only need to know R addition!
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I'm sitting A Level Maths with Edexcel, resitting C1 C2 and S1, as well as doing C3, C4 and D1, but have no idea as to what formulas I need to know that aren't given in the formula book. For those who don't have it, here is the link, this will be the ink folder given to you at the start of every Edexcel A Level Maths exam: https://qualifications.pearson.com/c...20Book_Web.pdf
Hopefully someone has some notes or knows where to find them!
Thanks in advance!
Have to know vector scalar product, when it = 0 that the lines are perpendicular, how to calculate the angle as well.

Coordinate geometry formulas from C1 - condition for lines to be perpendicular, equation of line in the form y-y1 = m(x-x1) etc

Derivatives and Integrals (if you want to count them as formulas). You need to know the chain and product rule, I believe the formula for quotient rule is given

Otherwise, that's everything.

I do WJEC btw, but I doubt it would be different

for S1, everything is usually on the sheet
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Have to know vector scalar product, when it = 0 that the lines are perpendicular, how to calculate the angle as well.

Coordinate geometry formulas from C1 - condition for lines to be perpendicular, equation of line in the form y-y1 = m(x-x1) etc

Derivatives and Integrals (if you want to count them as formulas). You need to know the chain and product rule, I believe the formula for quotient rule is given

Otherwise, that's everything.

I do WJEC btw, but I doubt it would be different

for S1, everything is usually on the sheet
Cheers man! Better start making notes then aha
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