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TLMaths BUMPER BOOK of Integrals for A-Level Maths
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TLMaths BUMPER BOOK of Integrals for A-Level Maths

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Over 2500 integrals across 146 pages with solutions for the A-Level Maths specification. The questions alternate between indefinite and definite integrals, and are clearly split up into sections including Integration by Substitution and Integration by Parts.
TLMaths BUMPER BOOK of Reduction to Linear Form for A-Level Maths
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TLMaths BUMPER BOOK of Reduction to Linear Form for A-Level Maths

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Reduction to Linear Form is one of those topics students really struggle with, and this is often down to a lack of resources. Students find it challenging to dive straight into exam questions and need the process scaffolded. That is precisely what this pack is designed to do. There are 330 questions across 198 pages with solutions for the A-Level Maths specification. The pack is split up into two main sections: y = ab^x and y = ax^b, and so there is something here for all abilities, including 10 exam-style contextual questions.
TLMaths BUMPER Worksheet of Differential Equations (Separation of Variables)
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TLMaths BUMPER Worksheet of Differential Equations (Separation of Variables)

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100 Questions and Answers on 2nd year A-Level Maths Differential Equations, focusing on the method of Separation of Variables. I had been meaning to make this worksheet for a long time - a large number of questions where the mark scheme has both the variables separated ready for integration, and a general solution the students should be able to manipulate their answer to get to.
TLMaths BUMPER Worksheet of Sketching Quadratics
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TLMaths BUMPER Worksheet of Sketching Quadratics

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192 Questions and Answers on 1st year A-Level Maths (and GCSE Maths) Sketching Quadratic Graphs. It scaffolds using factorised and completed square form, starting with finding the equation from a graph and working towards sketching the graph itself, identifying where the graph crosses the x- and y-axes, and/or the coordinates of the vertex and the y-intercept.