Edexcel and A Level Modular Mathematics C2 features: *Studentfriendly worked examples and solutions, leading up to a wealth of practice questions. *Sample exam papers for thorough exam preparation. *Regular review sections consolidate learning. *Opportunities for stretch and challenge presented throughout the course. *'Escalator section' to step up from GCSE. PLUS Free LiveText CDROM, containing Solutionbank and Exam Cafe to support, motivate and inspire students to reach their potential for exam success. *Solutionbank contains fully worked solutions with hints and tips for every question in the Student Books. *Exam Cafe includes a revision planner and checklist as well as a fully worked examinationstyle paper with examiner commentary.
ISBN  9780435519117   Weight (grammes)  608  ISBN13  9780435519117 (What's this?)   Published in  Harlow  Publisher  Pearson Education Limited   Published in  GB  Imprint  Heinemann   Series title  Edexcel GCE Modular Maths  Format  Multimedia Item   Previous ISBN  9780435510985  Publication date  13 May 2008   Height (mm)  266  DEWEY  510   Width (mm)  197  DEWEY edition  DC22   Spine width (mm)  12  Pages  240   Academic level  A / AS level 



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1   Algebra and functions   1 
1.1   Simplifying algebraic fractions by division   2 
1.2   Dividing a polynomial by (x+p)   6 
1.3   Factorising a polynomial using the factor theorem   11 
1.4   Using the remainder theorem   14 
  Summary of key points   17 
2   The sine and cosine rule   18 
2.1   Using the sine rule to find missing sides   19 
2.2   Using the sine rule to find unknown angles   22 
2.3   The rule and finding two solutions for a missing angle   24 
2.4   Using the cosine rule to find an unknown side   25 
2.5   Using the cosine rule to find a missing angle   28 
2.6   Using the sine rule, the cosine rule and Pythagoras' Theorem   31 
2.7   Calculating the area of a triangle using sine   33 
  Summary of key points   37 
3   Exponentials and logarithms   38 
3.1   The function y = ax   39 
3.2   Writing expressions as a logarithm   41 
3.3   Calculating using logarithms to base 10   42 
3.4   Laws of logarithms   43 
3.5   Solving equations of the form ax = b   45 
3.6   Changing the base of logarithms   47 
  Summary of key points   50 
4   Coordinate geometry in the (x, y) plane   51 
4.1   The midpoint of a line   52 
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