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• W1b - Solve simultaneous equations by finding inverse matrix

Putting a pair of linear equations into matrix notation and then solving by finding the inverse of the coefficient matrix.

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• Prerequisites: Substitute a value into an expression

What is the value of the expression given a choice of n?

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• Integration - By Partial Fractions

Factorise $x^2+cx+d$ into 2 distinct linear factors and then find $\displaystyle \int \frac{ax+b}{x^2+cx+d}\;dx,\;a \neq 0$ using partial fractions or otherwise.

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• Year 2 refresher quiz

Try these questions as a little refresher on what you did in first year. These are the type of thing you should know going into second year. If you find any questions tricky then Maths Cafe is a great place to go and get a little support.

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• UoL test

A test of basic questions - imported into Moodle

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• Clare's copy of Input 2

Details on inputting numbers into Numbas.

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• J. Richard's copy of Decimals to fractions

Identify well-known fractional equivalents of decimals. Convert obscure decimals and recurring decimals into fractions.

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• Ed's copy of A randomised line in a GeoGebra worksheet - set the positions of two points

Construct a line through two points in a GeoGebra worksheet. Change the line by setting the positions of the two points when the worksheet is embedded into the question.

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• Resolve a force into $x$ and $y$ components

Find the $x$ and $y$ components of a force which is applied at an angle to a particle. Resolve using $F \cos \theta$. The force acts in the positive $x$ and positive $y$ direction.

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• Drag a point into a region

Drag a point into a square!

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