# Further Maths A level

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What is in further maths that isn't covered in normal A level maths? (OCR exam board)
Can i get a list of topics pls
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1 year ago
#2
Usually complex numbers, harder matrices and vectors, harder calculus (differentiation and integration) in pure maths
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1 year ago
#3
In FM, in CP1, there is
Chapter 1 - complex number
chapter 2 - Probably argand diagram (not sure)
Chapter 3 - series - more to it than at alevel e.g. method of differences
Chapter 4 or 5 - volume of revolutions
Chapter 6 (i think) - proof by induction
Chapter 7 - matrix
Chapter 8 - linear transformation (using matrices)
Chapter 9 - vectors - 3D.

In CP2, there is:
Chapter 1 - Advanced Complex Numbers
Chapter 2 - Series - where i am now so don't know the rest.

In FM1 and FM2 - its moments, momentum, work done, kinetic energy etc - topics covered in physics.
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(Original post by InfiniteWill)
In FM, in CP1, there is
Chapter 1 - complex number
chapter 2 - Probably argand diagram (not sure)
Chapter 3 - series - more to it than at alevel e.g. method of differences
Chapter 4 or 5 - volume of revolutions
Chapter 6 (i think) - proof by induction
Chapter 7 - matrix
Chapter 8 - linear transformation (using matrices)
Chapter 9 - vectors - 3D.

In CP2, there is:
Chapter 1 - Advanced Complex Numbers
Chapter 2 - Series - where i am now so don't know the rest.

In FM1 and FM2 - its moments, momentum, work done, kinetic energy etc - topics covered in physics.
Thank u so much!
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1 year ago
#5
(Original post by zaxed)
Thank u so much!
Np.
Chapter 3 - methods in calculus
Chapter 4 - more volume of revolution (basicaly with more complex equation but essentially the same) -km here now
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