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'A' Levels H2 Math Notes: The Complete Guide

When it comes to A’ Levels H2 Math, having comprehensive study materials is crucial for effective learning and achieving success in your examinations. The H2 Math notes provided in this complete guide cover a wide range of topics, ensuring that you have a solid understanding of the subject. Let’s explore the key areas covered in these comprehensive study materials.

A' LEVELS H2 PHYSICS

Overview of the topics covered in the H2 Math notes

Focus Boxes

Algebra and Functions

  • Linear and quadratic functions
  • Transformations of graphs
  • Exponential and logarithmic functions
  • Polynomial functions and equations
  • Partial fractions

Sequences and Series

  • Arithmetic and geometric progressions
  • Summation notation
  • Binomial expansions
  • Mathematical induction

Trigonometry

  • Trigonometric functions and identities
  • Compound angle formulae
  • Solving trigonometric equations
  • Applications of trigonometry in geometry

Calculus

  • Differentiation and integration
  • Techniques of integration
  • Applications of differentiation and integration
  • Differential equations

Vectors

  • Vector representation and operations
  • Scalar and vector products
  • Lines and planes in three dimensions
  • Applications of vectors in mechanics

Complex Numbers

  • Complex arithmetic
  • Polar form and De Moivre’s theorem
  • Complex roots of polynomials
  • Applications of complex numbers

Statistics

  • Data representation and analysis
  • Probability distributions
  • Statistical hypothesis testing
  • Linear regression and correlation

Mechanics

  • Kinematics
  • Newton’s laws of motion
  • Forces and equilibrium
  • Momentum and impulse

Discrete Mathematics

  • Set theory and logic
  • Permutations and combinations
  • Graph theory
  • Algorithms and computational thinking

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