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A Wiki for WJEC Mathematics and Further Mathematics

 

  

 

step up to A level Maths

 

WJEC ADDITIONAL MATHEMATICS (LEVEL 2) STUDENTS? CLICK HERE

ARE YOU A VISITOR??? PLEASE REQUEST ACCESS AND TELL US ABOUT HOW YOU ARE USING THE WIKI!! CAN YOU HELP US MAKE IT BETTER??

Still working on GCSE MATHS? then click here to visit www.gcsemathsathawthorn.pbwiki.com

 

  • Are you a student studying WJEC A level Maths or Further Mathematics?

  • Could you use some WJEC specific resources for Additional Maths, A level Maths or Further Maths?

  • Did you know that LEARNING IS PARTICULARLY EFFECTIVE WHEN CONSTRUCTING SOMETHING FOR OTHERS TO EXPERIENCE? Well here is your chance to LEARN by CONSTRUCTING WJEC Worked solutions or topic material!

  • Would you find it useful to communicate with other teachers or students who teach or study WJEC A level Maths or Further Maths?

  •  Would you like to access WJEC past papers with some worked solutions for.

       

           

   

WJEC NOW HAVE FREE MARK SCHEMES FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS. CLICK HERE FOR THE LINK

YOU TUBE VIDEO WORKED SOLUTIONS (Playlists) OF C1 C2 C3 C4 M1 and S1 by Andy Davies are BRILLIANT!! CLICK HERE.

  • WJEC PAST PAPERS AND MARK SCHEMES (Even more updated than Mathsathawthorn) is JACK TILSON

                  

 

An AMAZING set of notes of high quality C1 C2 C3 C4. Download but please report any errors thay you may find

 

 

DO YOU HAVE OLD WJEC PAPERS THAT YOU COULD SCAN AND UPLOAD? WE WOULD BE MOST GREATFUL FOR YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS! 

  • OTHER EXAM BOARDS PAST PAPER LINKS

 

OCR PAST PAPERS, SOLUTIONS and EXAM REPORTS CLICK HERE

 

 

If you have answered YES to any of the above questions then

 WELCOME TO HAWTHORN HIGH SCHOOL'S WJEC MATHS and FURTHER MATHEMATICS COLLABORATION WIKI

(WHAT IS A WIKI ANYWAY?)

 

Use the FOLDERS section of the side bar to navigate to pages that have already been set up in the wiki, or the TABLE OF CONTENTS BELOW.

 

REFERENCE SHOULD BE MADE TO THE WJEC FORMULA BOOKLET

FOR ESSENTIAL FORMULA THAT ARE PROVIDED FOR USE IN ALL MATHS A LEVEL MODULES

 

AS/ A LEVEL PURE MATHEMATICS CONTENT
C1 C2 C3 C4

Laws of Indices and Surds 

 Arithmetic Series  Trigonometric Equations (2)  BINOMIAL EXPANSION (2)
The Discriminant of a Quadratic Geometric Series 

 Functions:

DOUBLE AND COMPOUND ANGLES

QUADRATICS

Completing the Square

Laws of Logarithms  Log and Exponential Functions LINEAR COMBINATION OF SIN AND COS
 Simultaneous Equations  Coordinate Geometry of the Circle

 Differentiation(2)

Product, Chain and Quotient Rules

Cartesian and 

Parametric Equations 

 Transformations of Graphs  Sine and Cosine Rules

Differentiation(2)

Implicit Functions

Volume Of Revolution 
Coordinate Geometry of the Line  Trigonometric Equations (1)

Differentiation (2)

Parametric Functions

Integration by SUBSTITUTION 
Factor and Remainder Theorem

Radian Measure:

Arc Length and Area of a Sector 

Integration(2) Integration by PARTS 
Binomial Expansion  Integration of Polynomials Solution of Equations by Iteration  Integration Using PARTIAL FRACTIONS 
Differentiation  Integration as Area under a curve Integration(2) VECTORS in 3 Dimensions 
Tangents and Normals  Trapezium Rule  Simpsons Rule 

Differential Equations

First Order Seperable. 

C1 XTRA! C2 EXTRA  C3 EXTRA  C4 EXTRA 

 

AS/ A LEVEL FURTHER PURE MATHEMATICS CONTENT


FP1 FP2 FP3

MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION

FURTHER PARTIAL FRACTIONS HYPERBOLIC FUNCTIONS
SUMMATION OF SERIES DE MOIVRES THEOREM FURTHER STANDARD INTEGRALS
COMPLEX NUMBERS(1) FURTHER TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS ARC LENGTH AND SURFACE AREA OF REVOLUTION
LOCI IN AN ARGAND DIAGRAM FURTHER FUNCTIONS (ODD and EVEN) REDUCTION FORMULAE
ROOTS OF EQUATIONS CURVE SKETCHING Maclaurin Series
MATRICES FUNCTIONS DEFINED PIECEWISE TAYLOR SERIES
TRANSFORMATION MATRICES  LOCI IN CARTESIAN+ PARAMETRIC FORM NEWTON RAPHSON METHOD
FURTHER FIRST PRINCIPLES DIFFERENTIATION CONIC SECTIONS POLAR COORDINATES
LOGARITHMIC DIFFERENTIATION FURTHER INTEGRATION MIXED INTEGRATION SKILLS

 

 

M1 M2 M3
Uniform Acceleration

Velocity and Acceleration

as functions of Time

First Order Differential Equations
Motion Under Gravity Hookes Law Second Order Differential Equations
Newton's Laws of Motion Forces Dependent on Time Rectilinear Motion
Friction Work Energy Power Simple Harmonic Motion
Momentum and Impulse Circular Motion Impulsive Tensions in Strings

Resultant Forces

Moments

Projectiles

STATICS

(Non Parallel forces in Equilibrium)

Centre Of Gravity Vectors GENERAL MECHANICS

 

S1
S2
S3
Probability     
     
     
     
     
     
     

 

 

HAWTHORN HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS AS TEACHERS

 

 

YEAR 12 C1 PAST PAPER WORK

 

 YEAR 12  C1 PRESENTATIONS

 

 

YEAR 13 FP1 CERYS RAND. DIFFERENTIATION FIRST PRINCIPLES, TRIGONOMETRY, DETERMINANTS
  TOM NEWTON. COMPLEX NUMBERS
  EMMA COURTNEY DIFFERENTIATION FIRST PRINCIPLES
  DREW HOLLOWAY. COMPLEX NUMBERS 
FORMER HHS PUPIL 1st CLASS HONOURS MATHS UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
KAI REAKES PRESENTS HIS EXPERIENCE OF STEP EXAMINATIONS. 

 

For Oxford Entry Exam Papers and more, follow this link => Introduction  

 

TIME TO TALK . communicate with others on maths issues through the wiki

H.H.S MATHS DEPARTMENT BLOG GET ALL THE NEWS ABOUT EXAM ENTRIES (AND RESULTS!)IN A LEVEL MATHS AT HAWTHORN
STUDENT ROOM LINK TO A CHAT ROOM WHERE A CONVERSATION ABOUT WJEC MATHS IS ONGOING
DR MATHS FEELING SICK OF MATHS? DR MATHS MAY BE ABLE TO HELP
TIME TO TALK USE THIS PAGE TO ADD YOUR OWN THOUGHTS
EQUATION EDITOR

MAY BE USEFUL TO WRITE MATHS ON THE WIKI

 

If you need some tips to be better mentally prepared for an upcoming mathematics paper, try reading this.

 

 So if WJEC A Level MATHS or FURTHER MATHS hits you as a student or a teacher,

YOU need this Wiki and this wiki needs you!

 

This website is designed as a virtual learning environment where resources can be shared, problems discussed and students and teachers can work together with the content of WJEC Mathematics and Further Mathematics.

 

You are invited to contribute to the site by uploading files or making LINKS to sites (files should have your own copyright,) to contribute to online discussions and to use the resources that have been freely shared.

 

REMEMBER the site will not grow if you take but do not give in return!

 

Take a look at the WJEC website to see the content of the modules for Maths and Further Maths.

 

EXAMINATION PAPERS AND QUESTION APPEAR WITH KIND PERMISSION FROM WJEC. WORKED SOLUTIONS ARE THE WORK OF THE AUTHOR,NOT WJEC. THERE MAY BE MISTAKES THAT WE WOULD BE GLAD TO BE INFORMED OF.

 

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Comments (19)

Drew H said

at 12:26 am on Nov 18, 2008

i was curious as to how i could create more pages without them being overitten by new things im adding, i dont mind the complex number stuff taking over the mess that was there before but if i wanted to make seperate pages is all i wanted to know.

Stephy said

at 11:20 pm on Nov 26, 2008

The proof induction really helped me with my homework =]
As I get on wit my course in Cyfarthfa, Ill let you know if theres anything i cant find =]

Stephy said

at 11:00 pm on Jan 8, 2009

Im my maths course, I study mechanics and statistics.
Is there any chance of there being work put on for those courses at some point in the future?

Steph Richards said

at 12:44 am on Jan 9, 2009

Certainly! This is the plan. I would like complete coverage of ALL the WJEC Maths and Further Maths modules but this is phase 1. You will notice that there is no C4 on line yet. This is phase 2. Mechanics and Statistics will be phase 3 and 4. Have you tried the Welsh National Grid for learning for Statistics .http://www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk/vtc/ngfl/stats/155/index_e.html
is the adress that will show you some awsome powerpoints and resources for S1.

Drew H said

at 10:02 pm on Jan 12, 2009

oo cool twas my induction =D

Steph Richards said

at 12:08 am on Jan 13, 2009

Of course it was!!! Glad you contributed now! Its amazing what can be achieved when we work together!

Jason said

at 4:41 pm on May 26, 2009

Hi. Could anyone tell me if the FP3 specimen papers are available anywhere?

Thanks

Steph Richards said

at 5:04 pm on May 26, 2009

Will get a copy up as soon as I can

Drew H said

at 9:16 pm on Jun 16, 2009

i iz back >=D

Steph Richards said

at 10:23 pm on Jun 16, 2009

:-)

H. Fischer said

at 9:33 pm on Jun 21, 2009

Hi Steph : I had a look at some of your pages and was impressed by the amount of information available. What bothers me a bit is that by giving me writer's privileges I could/can alter the page that gets the wiki going. Do you let students do this? Or do you let them edit only selected pages? Obviously there has been a great deal of input by the students - that's great. How do you make sure it is not destructive?
Thanks for giving me a chance to look at a working wiki.
Hart

Steph Richards said

at 9:59 pm on Jun 21, 2009

Thanks Hart! Its easy! There has to be a relationship of trust in a working wiki but if that trust is broken it is simple to restore a wiki page back to any point in its history. Then its easy to remove access from any person that had been granted access. Individual pages can also be blocked or given limited access to!. So far I have had very few problems except when the front page was accidentally deleted! The History soon sorted it out!!!

Bardmeister said

at 1:01 pm on Nov 13, 2010

The idea of students and teachers getting together and helping each other further maths learning is fantastic and I’m happy to help where I can.
I’ve created a linked page from C3 with some worked solutions for inverse and composite function questions.
Watch this, or indeed another, space for some worked solutions for matrix and transformation questions on the FP1 paper.
Bardmeister

Shippwreck said

at 8:38 pm on May 15, 2011

im finding this site quite useful

Luke said

at 6:11 pm on Sep 17, 2011

Hey everyone, I heard a rumour that Bath University were looking for good STEP paper results to get on their maths course... is this true?

Jarrad Jones said

at 2:57 pm on Mar 24, 2013

What can I do to help with the page

Steph Richards said

at 5:13 pm on Mar 24, 2013

Hi Jarrad. Not much you can do on this page but I have created a page just for you to upload links to Maths that you find useful/fun/cool/interesting. You can make your own mini wiki on that page. Have Fun

Jarrad Jones said

at 6:18 pm on Mar 24, 2013

Thanks, you have inspired me and I have started to develop my own page (on school work) http://jarradslearning.pbworks.com/w/page/64786998/Main%20Page advice is much appreciated.

Steph Richards said

at 7:16 pm on Mar 24, 2013

This is fantastic!!

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