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Lectures from 2014-2015 from teacher Nigel Simmons.



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Techniques for factorising
Topics: algebra, factorising
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Two types of inequations and some techniques for proving inequalities
Topics: inequation, inequality
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Identifying key features of a graph through polynomial division
Topic: asymptotes
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Techniques for solving equations/imequations
Topics: equation, inequation
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Finding key points
Topics: calculus, critical
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Performing differentiation a second time
Topics: calculus, second derivative
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Using calculus to solve maxima/minima problems.
Topics: calculus, maxima, minima
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Teh congruence tests
Topics: geometry, congruence
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Two technique for solving this equation
Topic: trig equations
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Definitions and initial theorems
Topics: geometry, angles
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The features of quadrilaterals as they get more specialised
Topics: geometry, quadrilaterals
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Solving trig problems in three dimensions
Topic: trigonometry
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using GPs to solve finance problems
Topics: series, finance
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Solving the problem, "how do we find the area under curved boundaries?"
Topics: integration, area, definite integral
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Theorems that help working with polynomials
Topic: polynomial
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Don't forget the c!!!
Topic: integration
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Introducing the inductive proof
Topics: mathematical induction, series
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Eliminating the parameters in order to find the locus of points.
Topic: locus.parameters
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Working with velocity and acceleration when they are expressed a s a function of displacement
Topic: dynamics
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How to find the greatest coefficient (term) of a binomial expansion.
Topic: binomial theorem
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Logarithms and how to use them.
Topic: logarithm
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Motion where acceleration is directly proportional to displacement
Topic: shm
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Restricting the domain of thetrig functions so that the inverse trig functions can be found
Topics: inverse trig, inverse functions
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Defining the inverse trig functions
Topic: inverse trig
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Defining the logarithmic function and the laws for their manipulation.
Topic: logarithm
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Equating the coefficients of quadratics
Topics: quadratics, identities
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Ho wcan we finding the number of items in a sample space without actually listing all of them?
Topics: probability, permutation
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Performing calculus on the log function
Topics: lgarithms, differentiation
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Solving equation involving trig
Topic: trigonometry
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Taking slices perpendicular to the axis of rotation
Topics: volume, discs, washers
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Defining conics and the ellipse
Topics: ellipse, conics
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How do we turn the general equation of the hyperbola into the rectangular hyperbola that we are used to seeing?
Topics: conics, hyperbola, rectangular hyperbola
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It can be handy for the denominator to be rational, espially if you wish to compare expressions
Topics: surds, rationalise
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No we look at integrating exponentials
Topics: integration, exponentials
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Introducing the exponential function and how to differentiate it.
Topic: exponentials
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Proving congruence
Topic: congruent triangles
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Using trig identities to change the product of two functions to the sum of two functions and visa versa
Topics: trigonometry, products to sums
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Derivation of the cosine rule
Topic: trigonometry
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Investigating the behaviour of functions as x approaches a certain limit.
Topics: calculus, limits
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applying our new formulae to Cartesian geometry
Topic: triginometry
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When solving questions involving algebraic fractions, you should ALWAYS FACTORISE FIRST.
Topics: algebra, algebraic fractions
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What is the difference when arranging objects in a circle rather than a line?
Topic: permutation
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Defining absolute value and using it to solve equations, inequations and draw graphs.
Topics: absolute value, algebra, equations, curve sketching
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Describing locus
Topic: locus
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Looking at number patterne, and in particular arithmetic series.
Topics: series, arithmetic series
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Divisibility type problems
Topics: induction, divisibility
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The last two calculus rules, that complete the set
Topics: calculus, quotient rule
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Introducing induction as applied to series type questions
Topic: induction
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Using the derivative to measure a rate of change
Topic: rates
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Using travel graphs to define some terms
Topic: travel graphs
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generalising the theorem
Topic: binomial
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Using geomtric eries to look at superanuation and time payments.
Topics: series, geometric series, finance formulas
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Breaking motion into its horizontal and vetical components
Topics: motion, projectile
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Three levels of questions involving inequalities
Topic: inequalities
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Finding the "steepness" of the line
Topic: gradient
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Differentiating with respect to the variable you have, rather than the one you need.
Topics: calculus, implicit differentiation
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Investigating the first derivative
Topic: calculus
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Two ways of deriving the chord of contact
Topic: chord of contact
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A mixture of two different years
Topics: series, geometric series
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The basic counting principle, which leads into the idea of permutations, is a way of finding the number of items in the sample space without actually listing them.
Topics: probability, permutations, basic counting principle
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Maniplulating complex numbers in mod arg form
Topics: complex numbers, mod arg
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Integrating functions with a quadratic in the denominator
Topic: integration
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Newton's Laws of Motion
Topic: motion
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Integrals with a quadratic denominator can be classified into one of six cases.
Topics: integration, quadratic
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Turning two terms into one via trig identities
Topics: integration, trig
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Harder extension 1 circle geometry problems
Topic: circle geometry
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Harder Extension 1
Topic: circle geometry
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Working with the roots of the unity equations.
Topics: complex numbers, roots of unity
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Finding the volumes of solids by taking slices parallel to the axis of rotation
Topics: volumes, cylindrical shells, integration
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Integrals that involve square roots of quadratics can be simplified via a trig substitution.
Topics: integration, trig
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Looking at the forces involved in uniform circular motion.
Topics: motion, circular motion
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Studying the forces involved in motion around a bankred curve
Topics: circular motion, banked curve
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Looking ath e basic ideas of curve sketching
Topic: curve sketching
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Finding the volume of solids whose cross-section might not be circular
Topic: volume
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Solving equations involving our new number
Topic: complex numbers