Dabluemini
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Hi all experienced A-level students, I'm on the journey to my software developer or software analyst career (front-end & back-end) , and I'm also on the journey to have bachelor or Diploma in I.T or Computer Science , so the main question is that is "Decision Mathematics" the perfect math module to do? because I saw the specification (edexcel) , it consists of ; Algorithms , graphs and networks, linear programming and lots more.
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They are probably too easy, but a good start if you have little knowledge. I would recommend taking both D1 and D2 as there's not much to learn in D1.
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