GCSE Mathematics Additional Level
Pure Mathematics Mechanics & Statistics
The GCSE Additional Mathematics specification is designed for those students who require a knowledge of mathematics beyond GCSE Higher Tier Mathematics and who are capable of working beyond the limits of the GCSE mathematics specification.
Knowledge of GCSE Higher Tier Mathematics will be assumed.
Our GCSE iBooks 1, 2 and 3 and our iBook2 GCSE Revision Test are designed to be used by students of mathematics up to GCSE Higher Tier.
The scheme of examination is a broad-based scheme of assessment in which candidates are required to take two written papers. Paper 1 (Pure) and Paper 2 (Mechanics along with Statistics or ICT).
Matrices, Transformation Matrices, Indices and Logarithms
Vectors, Constant Acceleration, Calculus, Differentiation, Integration, Displacement, Velocity, Motion, Newton's Laws, Forces, Resolving Forces
Ogive, Interquartile Range, Mean, Median, Mode, Frequency, Histogram, Frequency Polygon,
Frequency Density, Cumulative Frequency,
Box and Whisker diagram, Stem and Leaf diagram,
Scatter diagram, Correlation, Probability,
Conditional Probability, Tree Diagram, And/Or Rules. Available on www.mathslearning.com in PDf format.
- www.mathslearning.com, May 2013
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