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TOP TIP: Root three in this Further Pure 2 exam betrays presence of 30 or 60 degree angles in this complex numbers question. All maths students should know exact values of 30, 45 and 60 degree angles – they come up so much. See my exam bucket http://jped.co.uk/ExamBucket/exambucket.php, for this FP2 2014 and many others.

Women in lifts, children on beams and particles on inclined planes.  It must be Mechanics 1 – M1 Summer 2013 write out available athttp://jped.co.uk/ExamBucket/examfiles/M1Sum13W.pdf.

Big integrals, lines and planes and whoever thought that one hundred and thirty one thousand and seventy two divided by one hundred and five would be an answer to and A level question?  It must be Further Pure 3 – write out now available at http://jped.co.uk/ExamBucket/examfiles/FP3Sum13W.pdf. Loading…Show more notes Edit Delete

Formula and completing the square – basic stuff for School maths students expressed loud and clear in Carr’s Synopsis of Elementary Results in 1880 – find a proof of 45 by using ideas in 47 and teach yourself to be a mathematical genius.

Mechanics 1, January 2013, write out complete and now available in my exam bucket: http://jped.co.uk/ExamBucket/exambucket.php.