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Another set of work from St Margaret's 2020 Prelim Questions with Answers for Integration with Differentiation to find decreasing functions in it. This Integration/Differentiation question is an Add Math question that requires a little bit of finesse. It launches into a direct integration question where you have to know what to do to integrate that given equation. After that part, you are required to continue getting the C (constant) of the equation by the

Another set of Questions with Answers for Indices with Differentiation in it. This A Math question is an application question about radioactive substances and has a decay rate. We can find the time for half mass and rates of change using the techniques taught here. Using differentiation, we can solve sums ob how fast the substance decreases at a particular time. First thing is to have all the information written down, then like a

A subset of Quadratic Equations, we have completing the square. Also connected to Sec 3 E Math syllabus, so again, get up to speed to make sure you can complete the square properly. And we get to this question. It is pretty straight forward. This Add Math Completing the Square first question is a prep for the follow through in the next question. Get the first answer right, make sure of it so you

Cubics, in 3 Dimensions now. Let's do this question from a higher level of understanding. Let's be an Add Math A1 student. How? Well, I'm gonna do the answer better than anyone else. Ok, Cubic Equations. So every time there is a cube in an equation, we would want to be able solve it. The way is to get a factor from Factor Theorem. Then we can use long division to find the Quadratic

Let's expand our A Math horizon. Additional Mathematics Binomial Theorem Practice Questions with Answers for download. Here's the next set of practice that we can work on. Welcome to question #13. IF you are preparing for the GCE O levels Add Math paper, this Binomial Theorem represent the essentials that you need to understand how Binomial Theorem works with expansion. Righty, so how do we need to train to get that A1? Ok first,

Next question with answer is from Anderson Secondary 2020. There's 2 Logarithmic questions here. Add Math Question 4a) is a log question that requires substitution and manipulation of algebra to get the answer. Add Math Question 4b) is a Logarithmic Equation question that is based on change of base. Then its a quadratic equation that has two answers. Check, because one of the answers are not agreeable to the requirements of the question. For

Another set of Questions with Answers for Differentiation. This A Math question is all about connected rates of change. Using Chain Rule in differentiation, we can solve sums that connects parameters like rate of change Area with Volume. We would require a certain link between one parameter, then to use the Chain Rule to figure out the rate of change for another parameter. First thing is to have all the information written down, then

Trigonometry and Graphs for Additional Mathematics Secondary Schools. Free Practice papers for download with answers. The following question are selected for our online Zoom lessons. Call us at +65 87870198 to join. The notes are prepared to show you what is important and make sure you thoroughly understand the connections between the Trigonometric question and graphs. Visualise the work and you will be able to do the sum. We tried really hard to help

Here's the next instalment for our Indices for Additional Mathematics GCE O levels. Free Download for Add Math Papers. Sec 3 and Sec 4 Add Math tuition for IGCSE, GCE O levels, IP and IB Programme. In our Additional Mathematics tuition, we use both hardware, software and social technology to help students to learn better and faster. A well designed class always pays off in the long run, and we engineer our Additional Mathematics

Add Math Quadratic Inequalities, when things are not equal and we need to figure out a range. Used for situations like: What is the human population of Singapore? As it is not constant due to birth, death, new citizens and vice versa, we need to solve such problems with inequalities. Right, so here we go. These Add Math questions are done in our online zoom lessons, message +65 87870198 for lessons, with online test

Cubics, in 3 Dimensions now. Let's do this question from a higher level of understanding. Let's be an Add Math A1 student. How? Well, I'm gonna do the answer better than anyone else. Ok, Cubic Equations. So every time there is a cube in an equation, we would want to be able solve it. The way is to get a factor from Factor Theorem. Then we can use long division to find the Quadratic

Cubics, in 3 Dimensions now. Let's do this question from a higher level of understanding. Let's be an Add Math A1 student. How? Well, I'm gonna do the answer better than anyone else. Ok, Cubic Equations. So every time there is a cube in an equation, we would want to be able solve it. The way is to get a factor from Factor Theorem. Then we can use long division to find the Quadratic