algebraic relationships >> equations , identities, inequalities, functions, partaial fractions , quadratic equations

algebraic topics >> indeces , surds, logarithms, ramainde theorems , pascal triangle

coodrinate geometry>> cartesian geometry of a straight line , circles and parabolas , intersection of lines and curvers, cubic curves , parametric coordinates , loci

trigonometric functions >> radians , arc and sector , trigonometric ratios , sine rule , cosine rule , inverse trigonometric functions , trigonometric equations , general solutions

trigonometric identities >> further solution of equations , the expression a cos Q {tita} + b sin Q , small angles

curver scetching >> even/odd , continuous and periodic functions , general methods y=1/f(x) modulus notation , further inequalities

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thanks in advance

i took pure mathematics and physics and chemistry at advanced level but maths is being such a pain... cant understand my own notes... please i need easy to understand notes

especially the sine and cosine rules!

thanks

Marlon

algebraic topics >> indeces , surds, logarithms, ramainde theorems , pascal triangle

coodrinate geometry>> cartesian geometry of a straight line , circles and parabolas , intersection of lines and curvers, cubic curves , parametric coordinates , loci

trigonometric functions >> radians , arc and sector , trigonometric ratios , sine rule , cosine rule , inverse trigonometric functions , trigonometric equations , general solutions

trigonometric identities >> further solution of equations , the expression a cos Q {tita} + b sin Q , small angles

curver scetching >> even/odd , continuous and periodic functions , general methods y=1/f(x) modulus notation , further inequalities

___________________________________________________

thanks in advance

i took pure mathematics and physics and chemistry at advanced level but maths is being such a pain... cant understand my own notes... please i need easy to understand notes

especially the sine and cosine rules!

thanks

Marlon

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