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TOC  Maths Digital Learning Courseware for Alevel
Pure Maths Year 1
Chapter 1: Algebraic Expressions
1.1 Index Law
1.2 Expanding Brackets
1.3 Factorising
1.4 Negative and Fractional Indices
1.5 Surds
1.6 Rationalising Denominators
Chapter 2: Quadratics
2.1.1 Solving Quadratic Equation by factorising
2.1.2 Solving Quadratic Equation by Formula
2.2 Completing The Square
2.3 Functions
2.4 Quadratic Graphs
2.5 Discriminant
2.6 Modelling With Quadratics
Chapter 3: Equations and Inequalities
3.1 Linear Simultaneous Equation
3.2 Quadratic Simultaneous Equations
3.3 Simultaneous Equations on Graphs
3.4 Linear Inequalities
3.5 Quadratic Inequalities
3.6 Inequalities on Graphs
3.7 Regions
Chapter 4: Graphs and Transformations
4.1 Cubic Graphs
4.2 Quartic Graphs
4.3 Reciprocal Graphs
4.4 Point of Intersection
4.5 Translating Graphs
4.6 Stretching Graphs
4.7 Transforming Function
Chapter 5: Straight Line Graphs
5.1 Straight Line y = mx + c
5.2 Equation of Straight Lines
5.3 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
5.4 Length and Area
5.5 Modelling with Straight Lines
Chapter 6: Circles
6.1 Midpoints and perpendicular bisectors
6.2 Equation of a circle
6.3 Intersections of straight lines and circles
6.4 Use tangent and chord properties
6.5 Circles and triangles
Chapter 7: Algebraic Methods
Unit 19 Partial fractions
7.1 Algebraic Fractions
7.2 Dividing Polynomials
7.3 The Factor Theorem
7.4 Mathematical Proof
7.5 Methods of Proof
Chapter 8: The Binomial Expression
8.1 Pascal's Triangle
8.2 Factorial Notation
8.3 The Binomial Expansion
8.4 Solving Binomial Problems
8.5 Binomial Estimation
Chapter 9:Trigonometric Ratio
9.1 The Cosine Rule
9.2 The Sine Rule
9.3 Areas of Triangles
9.4 Solving Triangle Problems
9.5 Graphs of Sine, Cosine and Tangent
9.6 Transforming Trigonometric Graphs
Chapter 10: Trigonometric Identities and Equations
10.1 Angles in all four quadrants
10.2 Exact values of trigonometric ratios
10.3 Trigonometrical identities
10.4 Simple trigonometric equations
10.5 Harder trigonometric equations
10.6 Equations and identities
Chapter 11: Vectors
11.1 Vectors Intro
11.2 Representing Vectors
11.3 Magnitude and direction
11.4 Position Vectors
11.5 Solving Geometric Problems
11.6 Modelling with Vectors
Chapter 12: Differentiation
12.1 Gradients of curves
12.2 Finding the derivatives
12.3 Differentiating x^n
12.4 Differentiating quadratics
12.5 Differentiating functions with two or more terms
12.6 Gradients ,tangent and normal
12.7 Increasing and decreasing functions
12.8 Second order derivative
12.9 Stationary points
12.10 Sketching gradient functions
12.11 Modelling with differentiation
Chapter 13: Integration
13.1 integrating x^n
13.2 Indefinite Integrals
13.3 Finding Functions
13.4 Definite Integrals
13.5 Areas Under Curves
13.6 Areas under the x axis
13.7 Areas Between Curves and Lines
Chapter 14: Exponentials and Logarithms
14.1 Exponential functions
14.2 Integrating y = e^x
14.3 Exponential modelling
14.4 Logarithms
14.5 Laws of logarithms
14.6 Solving equations using logarithms
14.7 Working with natural logarithms
14.8 Logarithms and non linear data
TOC  Maths Digital Learning Courseware for Alevel
Pure Maths Year 2
Chapter 1: Algebraic Methods
1.1: Proof by Contradiction
1.2: Algebraic Fractions
1.4: Repeated Factors
1.5: Algebraic Division
Chapter 2: Functions and Graphs
2.1: The Modulus Function
2.2: Functions and Mappings
2.3: Composite Functions
2.4: Inverse Functions
2.5: y = I f(x) I and y = f( IxI )
2.6: Combining Transformations
2.7: Solving Modulus Problems
Chapter 3: Sequences and Series
3.1: Arithmetic Sequences
3.2: Arithmetic Series
3.3: Geometric Sequences
3.4: Geometric Series
3.5: Sum of Infinity
3.6: Sigma Notation
3.7: Recurrence Relations
3.8: Modelling with Series
Chapter 4: Binomial Expansion
4.1:.Expanding (1+x)^n
4.2. Expanding (a + bx)^n
4.3. Using Partial Fractions
Chapter 5: Radians
5.1: Radian measure
5.2: Arc Length
5.3: Areas of Sectors and Segments
5.4: Solving Trigonometric Equations
5.5: Small Angle Approximations
Chapter 6: Trigonometric Functions
6.1. Secant, Cosecant and Cotangent6.2. Graphs of sec x, cosec x and cot x6.3. Using sec x, cosec x and cot x6.4. Trigonometric Identities6.5. Inverse Trigonometric Functions
Chapter 7: Trigonometry and Modelling
7.1. Addition Formulae
7.2. Using the angle addition formulae
7.3. Doubleangle formulae
7.4. Solving Trigonometric Equations
7.5. Simplifying a cos x ± b sin x
7.6. Proving Trigonometric Identities
7.7. Modelling with Trigonometric Functions
Chapter 8: Parametric Equations
8.1: Parametric Equations
8.2: Using Trigonometric Identities
8.3: Curve Sketching
8.4: Points of Intersection
8.5: Modelling with Parametric Equations
Chapter 9: Differentiation
9.1: Differentiating sin x and cos x
9.2: Differentiating Exponentials and Logarithms
9.3: The Chain Rule
9.4: The Product Rule
9.5: The Quotient Rule
9.6: Differentiating Trigonometric Functions
9.7: Parametric Differentiation
9.8: Implicit Differentiation
9.9: Using Second Derivatives
Chapter 10: Numerical Methods
10.1: Locating Roots
10.2: Iteration
10.3: The NewtonRaphson method
10.4: Applications to Modelling
Chapter 11: Integration
11.1. Integrating Standard Functions
11.2. Integrating f(ax + b)
11.3. Using Trigonometric Identities
11.4. Reverse Chain Rule
11.5. Integration by Substitution
11.6. Integration by Parts
11.7. Partial Fractions
11.8. Finding Areas
11.9. The Trapezium Rule
11.1.: Solving Differential Equations
11.11. Modelling with Differential Equations
11.12. Integration as the Limit of a Sum
Chapter 12: Vectors
12.1: 3D Coordinates
12.2: Vectors in 3D
12.3: Solving Geometric Problems
12.4: Application to Mechanics
TOC  Maths Digital Learning Courseware for Alevel
Statistics and Mechanics Year 1
Statistics Chapter 1  Data Collection
1.1. Populations and Samples
1.2. Sampling
1.3. NonRandom Sampling
1.4. Types of data
1.5. The Large Data Set
Chapter 2  Measures of Location and Spread
2.1: Measure of Central Tendency
2.2: Other Measures of Location
2.3 : Measures of spread
2.4 : Variance and standard deviation
2.5 : Coding
Chapter 3  Representations of Data
3.1. Outliers
3.2. Box plots
3.3. Cumulative Frequency
3.4. Histogram
3.5. Comparing Data
Chapter 4  Correlations
4.1. Correlation
4.2. Linear Regression
Chapter 5  Probability
5.1: Calculating Probabilities
5.2: Venn Diagrams
5.3: Mutually Exclusive and Independent Events
5.4: Tree Diagrams
Chapter 6  Statistical distribution
6.1: Probability Distributions
6.2: The Binomial Distribution
6.3: Cumulative Probability
Chapter 7  Hypothesis testing
7.1: Hypothesis Testing
7.2: Finding Critical Values
7.3: Onetailed Tests
7.4: Twotailed Tests
Chapter 8  Modelling in Mechanics
8.1: Constructing a Model
8.2: Modelling Assumptions
8.3: Quantities and Units
8.4: Working with Vectors
Chapter 9  Constant Acceleration
9.1: DisplacementTime Graph
9.2: VelocityTime Graph
9.3: Constant Acceleration Formulae 1
9.4: Constant Acceleration Formulae 2
9.5: Vertical Motion Under Gravity
Chapter 10  Forces and Motion
10.1. Force Diagrams
10.2. Forces as Vectors
10.3. Forces and Acceleration
10.4. Motion in 2 dimensions
10.5. Connected Particles
10.6. Pulleys
Chapter 11  Variable Acceleration
11.1. Function of Time
11.2. Using Differentiation
11.3. Maxima and Minima Problems
11.4. Using Integration
11.5. Constant Acceleration Formulae
TOC  Maths Digital Learning Courseware for Alevel
Statistics and Mechanics Year 2
Chapter 1  Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing
1.1. Exponential Models
1.2. Measuring Correlation
1.3. Hypothesis Testing for Zero Correlation.
Chapter 2  Conditional Probability
2.1. Set Notation
2.2. Conditional Probability
2.3. Conditional Probabilities in Venn Diagrams
2.4. Probability Formulae
2.5: Tree Diagrams
Chapter 3  The Normal Distribution
3.1. The Normal Distribution
3.2. Finding Probabilities for Normal Distributions
3.3.The Inverse Normal Distribution Function
3.4. The Standard Normal Distribution
3.5. Finding µ and σ
3.6. Approximating a Binomial Distribution
3.7. Hypothesis Testing with the Normal Distribution
Chapter 4  Moments
4.1. Moments
4.2. Resultant Moments
4.3. Equilibrium
4.4. Centers of Mass
4.5. Tilting
Chapter 5  Forces and Friction
5.1. Resolving Forces
5.2. Inclined Planes
5.3. Friction
Chapter 6  Projectiles
6.1. Horizontal Projection
6.2. Horizontal and Vertical Components
6.3. Projection at an Angle
6.4. Projectile Motion Formulae
Chapter 7  Applications of Forces
7.1. Static Particles
7.2. Modeling With Statics
7.3. Friction and Static Particles
7.4. Static Rigid Bodies
7.5. Dynamics and Inclined Planes
7.6. Connected Particles
Chapter 8  Further Kinematics
8.1. Vectors in Kinematics
8.2. Vector Methods With Projectiles
8.3. Variable Acceleration in One Dimension
8.4. Differentiating Vectors
8.5. Integrating Vectors
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Statistics, 98 Different Topics

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Mechanics, 87 Different Topics

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