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- (i) Mathematical Notation, Terminology and Methods
- (i) Mathematical Notation and, Terminology and Methods
- (ii) Numerical Methods
- (iii) Mathematical Constants and Standard Functions
- (iv) Algebra
- (ix) Explain the concepts of probability
- (v) Calculus
- (vi) General
- (vii) Summarise the main features of a data set (exploratory data analysis)
- (viii) Understand and use permutations and combinations
- (x) Explain the concepts of random variable, probability distribution, distribution function, expected value, variance and higher moments, and calculate expected values and probabilities associated with the distribution of random variables
- 1 - Be familiar with standard mathematical notation and terminology.
- 2D Coordinates
- 2 - Know the representation and names of the letters of the Greek alphabet that are commonly used in mathematical, statistical and actuarial work
- 3 - Understand common mathematical expressions
- 4 - Understand the concept of a mathematical proof
- AND Rule
- A Tool for solving two simultaneous equations
- A Warm Up Exercise
- Addition Laws
- Addition and Subtraction of Complex Numbers
- Addition of Fractions
- Algebra and Variables
- Algebraic Manipulation
- An Alternative Description of Integration by Parts
- An Alternative Form
- An Alternative View (Extension Material)
- Analytical Solutions of Differential Equations
- Angles, Trigonometry
- Angles and Angular Measure
- Another Physical Example - The Lotka-Volterra Model
- Answers for Scatter Diagram Questions
- Answers to Data Collection Exam Question
- Answers to Data Handling Exam Questions
- Answers to Distributions Exam Question
- Answers to GCSE Probability Exam Question
- Answers to Interpreting Data Questions
- Application of De Moivre's Theorem in Establishing Trigonometric Identities
- Application to Compound Shapes
- Applications of Complex Numbers
- Applications of Second-order Differential Equations
- Applied Mathematics
- Apply simple iterative methods, to solve non-linear equations.
- Approximations of Functions
- Area, Volume, Perimeter
- Arithmetic
- Arithmetic, Social Arithmetic
- Arithmetic Series
- Background to Complex Numbers
- Bank Balance