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Mainly A Level material.

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Mainly A Level material.

#### The Quotient Rule!

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Match these 12 questions and answers using the quotient rule.

#### Parametric Equations

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Five questions to get your students to convert parametric trigonometric equations to their cartesian form. They will also have to find the domain and range of the cartesian equations by considering the range of x=p(t) and the range of y=q(t). Have a look!

#### Differentiating Inverse Trig Functions: arcsinx, arccosx, arctanx.

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Differentiating arcsinx, arccosx and arctanx. Some easy to follow proof with some practice questions too. Enjoy!

#### Integration using Partial Fractions

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12 Questions for you students on Integration Using Partial Fractions. Enjoy!

#### Integration by Parts

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Twenty five drill questions on Integration by Parts. Enjoy!

#### Domain and Range of Trig Graphs

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Matching activity to help students understand the domain and range of the 9 Trig graphs needed for A Level Maths. Students should use Autograph or some graphing software to help them plot the graphs first.

#### Logarithms: Change of Base

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Eight change of base questions for you! You have to be very familiar with the laws of logs first.

#### Differentiation Rules - Standard Differentials

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The Standard Differentials you need for A Level Maths. Learn these well!

#### The Product Rule - 10 Multiple Choice Questions

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Here are 10 multiple choice questions on The Product Rule. Enjoy!

#### Integration by Substitution

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24 Integration by Substitution questions for your students to try. Enjoy!

#### Standard Integrals - Learn me!

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The basic standard integrals needed for A Level Maths. Twenty- five fun questions for your students to do too.

#### The Factor Theorem

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Students use a graph to explore the factor (and remainder) theorem. I also added 3 questions for them to solve ( it may come in handy to use the fx-991EX or better to solve any simultaneous equations that arise). Have fun!

#### Sketching f(x), If(x)I and f(IxI)

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Students struggle with If(x)I and f(IxI), so I devised this worksheet for mine. Please use Autograph to check the graphs. Enjoy!