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# AS and A Level: Maths

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1. ## C3 Coursework - different methods of solving equations.

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• Word count: 3460
• Submitted: 05/02/2012
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012

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• Word count: 6489
• Submitted: 10/09/2009
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
3. ## The heights of 16-18 year old young adults varies between males and females. My prediction is that the majority of males are taller than females.

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• Word count: 2173
• Submitted: 13/01/2005
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
4. ## data handling

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• Word count: 3869
• Submitted: 15/07/2007
• Marked by teacher: Mick Macve 18/03/2012
5. ## Estimate a consumption function for the UK economy explaining the economic theory and statistical techniques you have used.

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• Word count: 4377
• Submitted: 28/01/2005
• Marked by teacher: Nick Simmons 28/02/2012
6. ## Numerical solutions of equations

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• Submitted: 24/03/2012
7. ## Mathematical equations can be solved in many ways; however some equations cannot be solved algebraically. I am going to show the three methods of solving these types of equations numerically

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• Submitted: 15/02/2012
8. ## Aim: in this task, you will investigate the different functions that best model the population of China from 1950 to 1995.

• Word count: 985
• Submitted: 30/11/2011
9. ## Statistics. I have been asked to construct an assignment regarding statistics. The statistics of which I will be using will be football attendances. The football teams I have chosen to use are Birmingham City FC and Chelsea FC.

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• Submitted: 07/10/2011
10. ## This coursework is about finding the roots of equations by numerical methods.

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• Submitted: 25/06/2011
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Studying Mathematics at A Level will give you a highly marketable qualification both in the eyes of employers and university admissions staff. Areas you will cover include Pure Maths - geometry, algebra, trigonometry and calculus - and Applied Maths which usually includes Mechanics and Statistics. The ability to think logically and to apply basic principles to complex problems makes Maths a key subject in developing highly transferable skills.

Marked by Teachers has hundreds of worked-through answers to examination style questions to help the A level Maths student. You can master essential techniques and gain key examination skills knowing that they have been marked by expert teachers with years of experience.

The analytical, logical and problem-solving skills you'll gain will be of considerable benefit in studying a wide range of other subjects. Maths is asignificantly helpful qualification to gain at this level opening doors into Engineering, Economics and any subject with a statisticalelement, acting as a key third subject for those intending to go on to study physical sciences.

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