As I flitted along under The Temple Gates, distant “screams” from many voices stung my unearthly ears …
Regardless of what happened this morning, here’s the list of possible topics to attack and finish off the monster that is AMaths Paper 2 tomorrow:
- Simultaneous Equations
- Surds & Indices
- Sum & Product of Roots
- Remainder & Factor Theorem
- Curves & Circles
- Plane Geometry
- Trigonometric Graphs & Functions
- Further Trigonometry (incl. R-Formulae)
- Exponential & Logarithmic Functions (incl. questions involving differentiation & graphs)
- Integration (incl. “hence” question involving differentiation followed by integration)
- Area of a Region
As for those of you who simply need to get it off your troubled minds, here what I found when I floated to my Mistress‘ desk.
Click the button and grab it here if you dare …
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As usual, please, please leave a comment should you spot any mistake in the solution.
Notes from my Mistress:
- Before you ask questions like “I lost x marks in Paper 2, can I still get A1/A2/B3/B4/pass?” or “What is the cutoff for A1/A2/B3/B4/C5/C6/D7/E8/F9 this year?”, please understand that Miss Loi is NOT the Bell Curve Goddess.
- Please also understand that, unless things have changed, there is no half-mark awarded in O-Level Maths. Also it is nigh impossible for ECF if the part involved only carries 1 mark.
Good luck on your battle against AMaths Paper 2 – the last thing standing between you and mathematical freedom! Boo!
P.S. Last but not least, this could be especially helpful to those of you whose “hit-points” may be running low after this battle-intensive week.