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One Of My Favourite Formulas
The formula I want to talk about is a formula that can be used to calculate sums. It works as follows.Suppose you want to calculate the sum: f(1) + f(2) + ... + f(n)First you somehow find a function 'F(n)' such that for all 'n':F(n+1)  F(n) = f(n)Then you use this to rewrite the sum as:f(1) +... 
Being A Successful Student
The classroom is a very good place for students to build up their foundation and knowledge in a number of areas that will serve them later on as they are assessed in examinations and as they apply some of these skills learnt later in their day to day life. It is very easy to underestimate the... 
Those Pesky Little Negative Signs... ^{Editor's Pick}
That pesky little negative sign. So small yet so significant. So easily misplaced or forgotten yet with a massive impact on the result of your calculation, the mark you get for the question and hence your grade! By the time we get to GCSE and A level we’re all pretty confident on how to deal...

Preparing for A Level Maths Exams
Here are a few helpful tips to look at in preparation for you exams: Start preparation early. It’s never too early to start revising for your exams! It is far more effective to do lots of little bits of revision over time than cramming for an exam the night before! Familiarise yourself with... 
Progressing from GCSE Maths – what next? ^{Editor's Pick}
UPDATED JANUARY 2017 You’re in Year 11 and your GCSE Maths is all going swimmingly – a few bits of it are tricky, but mostly it’s fine. This year’s work is mostly repeating stuff that you’ve done before, but with more emphasis on the harder bits, solving problems and working through... 
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