(IGCSE & GCSE) Additional Math Simultaneous Equations

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(IGCSE & GCSE) Additional Math Simultaneous Equations, Easiest Way To Master Additional Math & Obtain the Highest Scores! Part 1.

High School Add Math (IGCSE) – Simultaneous Equations

Welcome! This is the 1st Part out of a series of crash courses that are designed to help students prepare themselves for High School Additional Mathematics.

This course is meant for:

– Those who want to learn high school math and Ace their yearly examinations

– Parents who may want to help teach their children

– Those who just want to brush up on their math skills

Students should have some basic math skills. I would recommend at least having completed grade 9 Math so that you can understand the concepts better.

In this course we will learn:

– What are simultaneous equations and how do we solve them

– To use the substitution method

– To use the elimination method

– How to solve linear simultaneous equations

– How to solve non linear simultaneous equations

I urge students to practice hands on with me during the course so that they can take the most out of this course. Students can ask me questions and I will keep answering quickly.

You may also take a look at the vast knowledge in the questions and answers section. You will note that many times students ask very important questions that you may have overlooked.

Upon completion of this course you may take the remaining courses in this series. In this Series i will be covering a vast variety of topics (in the other crash courses) included in the IGCSE syllabus such as:

1) Simultaneous Equations

2) Matrices

3) Indices, Surds & Logarithms

4) Quadratic Expressions & Equations

5) Remainder & Factor Theorems

6) Linear Law

7) Functions

8) Trigonometric Functions

9) Trigonometric Identities & Equations

10) Circular Measure

11) Permutations & Combinations

12) Binomial Theorem

13) Differentiation

14) Rates of Change

15) Higher Derivatives and Applications

16) Integration

17) Applications of Integration

18) Kinematics

19) Vectors

20) Relative Velocity

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