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TOC  Maths Digital Learning Courseware for Alevel
Further Maths  Core Pure Mathematics 1
Chapter 1: Complex Numbers
1.1: Imaginary and Complex Numbers
1.2: Multiplying Complex Numbers
1.3: Complex Conjugation
1.4: Roots of Quadratic Equations
1.5: Solving Cubic and Quartic Equations
Chapter 2: Argand Diagrams
2.1: Argand Diagrams
2.2: Modulus and Argument
2.3: ModulusArgument Form of Complex Numbers
2.4: Loci in the Argand Diagram
2.5: Regions in the Argand Diagram
Chapter 3: Series
3.1. Sums of natural numbers
3.2. Sums of squares and cubes
Chapter 4: Roots of Polynomials
4.1. Roots of quadratic equation
4.2. Roots of a cubic equation
4.3. Roots of quartic equation
4.4. Expressions relating to the roots of a polynomial
4.5. Linear transformation of roots
Chapter 5: Volumes of Revolution
5.1. Volumes of revolution around the xaxis
5.2. Volumes of revolution around the yaxis
5.3. Adding and subtracting volumes
5.4. Modelling with volumes of revolution
Chapter 6: Matrices
6.1: Introduction to matrices
6.2: Matrix multiplication
6.3: Determinants
6.4: Inverting 2x2 matrix
6.5: Inverting 3x3 matrix
6.6: Solving systems of equations using matrices
Chapter 7: Linear Transformations
7.1: Linear transformations in two dimension
7.2: Reflections and rotations
7.3: Enlargements and stretches
7.4: Successive transformations
7.5: Linear transformation in three dimensions
7.6: The inverse of a linear transformation
Chapter 8: Proof by Induction
8.1:.Proof by mathematical induction
8.2. Proving divisibility results
8.3. Proving statements involving matrices
Chapter 9: Vectors
9.1. Equation of a line in three dimensions
9.2. Equation of a plane in three dimensions
9.3. Scalar product
9.4. Calculating angles between lines and planes
9.5. Points of intersection
9.6. Finding perpendiculars
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Further Maths  Core Pure Mathematics 2
Chapter 1: Complex Numbers
1.1. Exponential Form of Complex Numbers
1.2. Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
1.3. De Moivre's Theorem
1.4. Trigonometric Identities
1.5. Sum of series
1.6. nth Roots of a Complex Number
1.7. Solving Geometric Problems
Chapter 2: Series
2.1. The Method of Differences
2.2. Higher Derivatives
2.3. Maclaurin Series
2.4. Series Expansions of Compound Functions
Chapter 3: Methods in Calculus
3.1 : Improper Integrals
3.2 : The Mean Value of a Function
3.3 : Differentiating Inverse Trigonometric Functions
3.4 : Integrating with Inverse Trigonometric Functions
3.5 : Integrating Using Partial Fractions
Chapter 4: Volumes in Revolution
4.1. Volumes of Revolution Around x  axis
4.2. Volumes of Revolution Around yaxis
4.3. Volumes of Revolution of Parametrically Defined Curves
4.4. Modelling with Volumes of Revolution
Chapter 5: Polar Coordinates
5.1. Polar Coordinates and Equations
5.2. Sketching Curves
5.3. Area Enclosed by a Polar Curve
5.4. Tangents to Polar Curves
Chapter 6: Hyperbolic Functions
6.1. Introduction of Hyperbolic Functions
6.2. Inverse Hyperbolic Functions
6.3. Identities and Equations
6.4. Differentiating Hyperbolic Functions
6.5. Integrating Hyperbolic Functions
Chapter 7: Methods in Differential Equations
7.1. FirstOrder Differential Equations (FODE's)  General Solution
7.2. FODE's  Sketching Members of the Family of Solution Curves
7.3. FODE's  Solving Exact Equation
7.4. FODE's  Solving FOE's Type by Multiplying by an Integrating Factor
7.5. Secondorder Homogenous Differential Equations
7.6. SecondOrder NonHomogenous Differential Equations
7.7. Solving Second Order Differential Equations  Using boundary conditions
Chapter 8: Modelling with Differential Equations
8.1. Modelling with FirstOrder Differential Equations
8.2. Simple Harmonic Motion
8.3. Damped and Forced Harmonic Motion
8.4. Coupled FirstOrder Simultaneous Differential Equations
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Further Statistics 1
Chapter 1: Discrete random variables
1.1: Expected value of a discrete random variable
1.2: Variance of a discrete random variable
1.3: Expected value and variance of a function of X
1.4: Solving problems involving random variables
Chapter 2: Poisson distributions
2.1. The Poisson distribution
2.2. Modelling with the Poisson distribution
2.3. Adding Poisson distribution
2.4. Mean and variance of a Poisson distribution
2.5. Mean and variance of binomial distribution
2.6. Using the Poisson distribution to approximate the binomial distribution
Chapter 3: Geometric and negative binomial distributions
3.1: The geometric distribution
3.2: Mean and variance of a geometric distribution
3.3: The negative binomial distribution
3.4: Mean and variance of the negative binomial distribution
Chapter 4: Hypothesis testing
4.1. Testing for the mean of a Poisson distribution
4.2. Finding critical regions for Poisson distribution
4.3. Hypothesis testing for the parameter p of a geometric distribution
4.4. Finding critical regions for a geometric distribution
Chapter 5: Central limit theorem
5.1. The central limit theorem
5.2. Applying the central limit theorem to other distributions
Chapter 6: Chisquared tests
6.1. Goodness of fit
6.2. Degrees of freedom and the chisquared family of distributions
6.3. Testing a hypothesis
6.4. Testing the goodness of fit with discrete data
6.5. Using contingency tables
6.6. Apply goodnessoffit tests to geometric distributions
Chapter 7: Probability generating functions
7.1. Probability generating functions
7.2. Probability generating functions of standard distributions
7.3. Mean and variance of a distribution
7.4. Sums of independent random variables
Chapter 8: Quality of tests
8.1: Type  and Type  errors
8.2: Finding Type  and Type  rrors using the normal distribution
8.3: Calculating the size and the power of a test
8.4: The power function
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Further Statistics 2
Chapter 1: Linear regression
1.1. Least squares linear regression
1.2. Residuals
Chapter 2: Correlation
2.1. The product moment correlation coefficient
2.2. Spearman's rank correlation coefficient
2.3. Hypothesis testing for zero correlation
Chapter 3: Continuous distributions
3.1. Continuous random variables
3.2. The cumulative distribution function
3.3. Mean and variance of a continuous distribution
3.4. Mode, median, percentiles and skewness
3.5. The continuous uniform distribution
3.6. Modelling with the continuous uniform distribution
Chapter 4: Combinations of random variables
4.1. Combination of random variables
Chapter 5: Estimation, confidence intervals and tests using a normal distribution
5.1. Estimators, bias and standard error
5.2. Confidence intervals
5.3. Hypothesis testing for the difference between means
5.4. Use of large sample results for an unknown population
Chapter 6: Further hypothesis tests
6.1. Variance of a normal distribution
6.2. Hypothesis testing for the variance of a normal distribution
6.3. The Fdistribution
6.4. The Ftest
Chapter 7: Confidence intervals and tests using the tdistribution
7.1. Mean of a normal distribution with unknown variance
7.2. Hypothesis test for the mean of a normal distribution with unknown variance
7.3. The paired ttest
7.4. Difference between means of two independent normal distributions
7.5. Hypothesis test for the difference between means
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Further Mechanics 1
Chapter 1  Momentum and Impulse
1.1. Momentum in One Direction
1.2. Conservation of Momentum
1.3. Momentum as a Vector
Chapter 2  Work, Energy, and Power
2.1. Work Done
2.2. Kinetic and Potential Energy
2.3. Conservation of Mechanical Energy and The WorkEnergy Principle
2.4. Power
Chapter 3  Elastic Strings and Springs
3.1. Hooke's Law and Equilibrium Problems
3.2. Hooke's Law and Dynamics Problem
3.3. Elastic Energy
Chapter 4  Elastic Collisions in One Dimension
4.1: Direct Impact and Newtons Law of Restitution
4.2: Direct Collision With a Smooth Plane
4.3: Loss of Kinetic Energy
4.4: Successive Direct Impacts
Chapter 5  Elastic Collisions in Two Dimensions
5.1. Oblique Impact With a Fixed Surface
5.2. Successive Oblique Impacts
5.3. Oblique Impact of a Smooth Spheres
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Further Mechanics 2
Chapter 1  Circular Motion
1.1. Angular Speed
1.2. Acceleration of an Object Moving on a Horizontal Circular Path
1.3. ThreeDimensional Problems With Objects Moving in Horizontal Circles
1.4. Objects Moving in Vertical Circles
1.5. Objects Not Constrained on a Circular Path
Chapter 2  Centres of Mass of Plane Figures
2.1. Centres of Mass of a Set of Particles on a Straight Line
2.2. Centre of Mass of a Set of Particles Arranged in a Plane
2.3. Centres of Mass of Standard Uniform Plane Laminas
2.4. Centre of Mass of a Composite Lamina
2.5. Centre of Mass of a Framework
2.6. Lamina in Equilibrium
2.7. Frameworks in Equilibrium
2.8. NonUniform Composite Laminas and Framework
Chapter 3  Further Centres of Mass
3.1. Using Calculus to Find Centres of Mass
3.2. Centre of Mass of a Uniform Body
3.3. NonUniform Bodies
3.4. Rigid Bodies in Equilibrium
3.5. Toppling and Sliding
Chapter 4  Kinematics
4.1. Acceleration Varying With Time
4.2. Acceleration Varying With Displacement
4.3. Acceleration Varying With Velocity
Chapter 5  Dynamics
5.1. Motion in a Straight Line With Variable Forces
5.2. Newtons Law of Gravitation
5.3. Simple Harmonic Motion
5.4. Horizontal Oscillation
5.5. Vertical Oscillation
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