A level Further Mathematics  13MFC 
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Recommended Background:
Students in year 13 who have already completed A level Mathematics and obtained a grade A or A* and who are likely to be taking some mathematics papers at university as part of a degree course.Course Description:
The course will cover more advanced aspects of mathematics including polynomials and rational functions, differential equations, polar coordinates, summation, proof by induction, calculus, complex numbers, matrices and linear space, vectors, Newtonâ€™s laws of motion, projectile motion, momentum and impulse, circular motion, equilibrium and rotation of rigid bodies, simple harmonic motion, the geometric distribution, correlation and regression, bivariate data, inference using the Normal and tdistributions and chisquared tests. This course will be guided selfstudy and requires a great deal of selfmotivation to get through the enormous workload. The course assessment is two, threehour examination papers, one on pure mathematics and one on the statistics and mechanics, at the end of the year.Topics:









Components:
Paper 1  Pure Mathematics  External  Compulsory  Weighting: 50% 
Paper 2  Statistics & Machanics  External  Compulsory  Weighting: 50% 