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MATHEMATICS : National Curriculum (2023)
This article considers the integration MATHEMATICS gets in the UK NATIONAL CURRICULUM. We start with a generic definition of the term mathematics followed by the curriculum framework ...
What is the point in calculus?
Calculus is a branch of mathematics that deals with the study of rates of change and how things change over time. It provides a framework for understanding and analyzing complex syste...
Infinitely differentiable but not analytic function at a point
We give an example of a function which is infinitely differentiable, but not analytic at the point x = 0. This means that we can calculate the nth derivative at x = 0 for n = 1, 2, 3,...
How can I help my child with maths
Why does my child find maths so hard? For many children at different ages, maths can be hugely difficult, creating anxiety and distress. In today s article, we explore why that is a...
Interesting facts about prime numbers
understanding primes and composite numbers is to think of them as the product of factors. "2 times 3 equals 6, so 2 and 3 are factors of 6. So, there are two ways to make six 1 t...
How to get top grades in Maths GCSE
Maths GCSE is hard. There`s talk of buying CGP books and surfing the net for goodness knows how many past papers, practise questions and worked solutions. It can all be quite overwhel...
MATHS A level- Scientific Calculator
If you know how to use a calculator , you reduce the time to answer questions , and you can check the answers.Solving quadratics equations.Go to menu, click A, click 2 Polynomial , en...
MATHS GCSE- USE OF CALCULATOR- Anne B.
Using a scientific calculator for MATHS GCSE -Calculator-Paper 2 and Paper 3 , will reduce the time to do the questions. Instead of 5 minutes, only 2 minutes.Find the prime factors...
Is learning Maths to the age of 18 a good idea? Rishi Sunak seems to think so...
Rishi Sunak`s resolution to make maths obligatory in England up to the age of 18 has caused many to relive the horrors of their maths lessons growing up.But is it a bad idea?It certai...
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Algebraic Fractions Arithmetic
An algebraic fraction is a fraction in which the numerator and denominator are both polynomials. For example, the fraction (2x+3)/(x-4) is an algebraic fraction.To add or subtract alg...