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AQA Level 2 Further Maths 2024 Paper 1 (8365/1) - 11th June [Exam Chat]


AQA Level 2 Further Maths 2024 Paper 1 (8365/1) - 11th June [Exam Chat]


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Date/Time: 11th Jun 2024/ PM
Length: 1h 45m
(edited 1 month ago)
Does anyone have a nice way of remembering maxtrix transformations? e.g the 90deg. rotation etc
If you use the identity matrix and separate it into two vectors and use these as co ordinates (1,0) and (0,1) then you can apply the transformation to these co ordinates then convert them back into c ordinates and then input them into the matrix
Hi, what's the best way to revise for GCSE further maths exam. Just the past papers or any recommended website for topic wise questions . Pls advise
My school gave us these websites to use which both have questions and answers on each topic
https://corbettmaths.com/more/further-maths/
https://www.1stclassmaths.com/l2-further-maths

@Malini Madhavan
(edited 2 weeks ago)
Original post by agent_duck343
My school gave us these websites to use which both have questions and answers on each topic
https://corbettmaths.com/more/further-maths/
https://www.1stclassmaths.com/l2-further-maths
@Malini Madhavan

That's great. Thank you so much
Original post by agent_duck343
If you use the identity matrix and separate it into two vectors and use these as co ordinates (1,0) and (0,1) then you can apply the transformation to these co ordinates then convert them back into c ordinates and then input them into the matrix

Thank you!!
Original post by exemplary-conga
Does anyone have a nice way of remembering maxtrix transformations? e.g the 90deg. rotation etc

what i do is draw a small x and y axis out and mark these two points always on the graph no matter what transformation it is the points (0,1) and (1,0). they starting with the (1,0) always do the transformation on this point so for example if a do a transformation of 180 anticlockwise this point becomes (1,0) -----> (-1,0), i do the same thing for the other point so
(0,1)-----> (0,-1) now i put these two coordinates together, (-1,0) and (0,-1), so this will be the answer.
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Original post by Malini Madhavan
Hi, what's the best way to revise for GCSE further maths exam. Just the past papers or any recommended website for topic wise questions . Pls advise
along side corbbetmatths try dr frost maths

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