Read your relevant specification here to know what you have to learn. We currently have the following maths notes on A-Level Maths Core 4 (C4).

- Angles Between Vectors and Lines
- Changing Between Cartesian and Vector Forms of Equations of Lines in Three Dimensions
- Converting Parametric Equations to Cartesian Form
- Differential Equations – Separating Variables
- Differentiating Exponentials When the Base is Not e
- Differentiation – The Product, Quotient and Chain Rules
- Finding the Acute Angle Between a Vector and a Plane
- Finding the Equation of a Plane From Three Points
- Finding The Equation of a Plane Passing Through a Given Point Perpendicular to a Given Vector
- Finding the Line of Intersection of Two Planes
- Finding the Minimum Distance Between a Point and a Line
- Finding The Perpendicular Line to a Plane Passing Through a Given Point
- Finding the Point of Intersection of a Line with a Plane
- Finding the Point of Intersection of Two Lines in Three Dimensions
- Finding the Vector Equation of a Line Passing Through Two Given Points
- Finding the Vector Equation of a Plane
- Implicit Differentiation
- Integrating Products of Multiple Angle Trigonometric Functions
- Integrating Quotients of Algebraic Expressions
- Integrating Reciprocals of Linear Expressions by Rearrangement
- Integrating when x and y are in Parametric Form
- Integration by Parts
- Integration by Substitution
- Interval of Convergence of Partial Fractions
- Long Division of Polynomials
- Parametric Coordinates – Equations of Tangents and Normals
- Partial Fractions Examples
- Partial Fractions Rules
- Rates of Change
- Resolving a Vector Parallel and Perpendicular to a Given Vector
- Solids or Volumes of Revolution
- The Binomial Theorem and Estimation
- The Factor Theorem
- The General Binomial Theorem
- The Logistic Equation
- The Product of Two Binomial Expansions
- The Remainder Theorem
- The Shortest Distance From a Point to a Plane
- The Trapezium Rule
- Trigonometric Identities
- Trigonometry
- Using the Trapezium Rule Twice to Obtain an Improved Estimate for the Value of an Integral
- Vectors, Lines and Planes – When are Lines The Same?

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