#### Volumes of Revolution

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Using Autograph Mathematics to demonstrate how a volume of revolution can be approximated by a set of discs, and as the number of discs increases the approximation improves.

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Using Autograph Mathematics to demonstrate how a volume of revolution can be approximated by a set of discs, and as the number of discs increases the approximation improves.

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Permutations exam question. You are shown how to handle questions where letters or items have to stay together. To see the full index of tutorials visit http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/A-Level-maths-tutorials/maths_tutorials_index.php#Statistics

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This video from ExamSolutions looks at an example of an arithmetic series: C1 Edexcel January 2012 Q9a

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This is the 1st in a series of tutorials for the Binomial Distribution. What is a Binomial Distribution? In this tutorial you are introduced to the properties of a Binomial Distribution and the notation used. To see this and other tutorials in this series goto ExamSolutions at http://www.examsolutions.co.uk

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C1 Exam Practice. In this maths video tutorial I show you how we can use completing the square to sketch a quadratic graph, locate the maximum or minimum points and the equation of the line of symmetry. To see this and other tutorials go to http://www.examsolutions.co.uk/maths-tutorials/quadratic-functions/sketching_quadratic_graphs/tutorial.php

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Test on differential equations, slope fields, isoclines and Euler's method.

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A class activity to enhance the concept of improper integrals by looking at distance travelled when velocity is given by two different functions. One resulting in a convergent improper integral for distance and another being divergent. Implications and considerations how this can be reconciled.

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