Edexcel A Level
The Factor Theorem – Paper 1
4 Topics

4 Quizzes
How to factorise a cubic equation (Method 1)
How to factorise a cubic polynomial (Method 2)
Algebraic Division Bronze
Algebraic Division Silver
The Factor Theorem
Algebraic Division Gold
Polynomials Gold
How to solve a cubic equation using the factor theorem
Area under a curve – Paper 1 and 2
7 Topics

3 Quizzes
How to find the area bounded by a curve above the xaxis
Area bounded by a curve below the xaxis
Area bounded by a curve above and below the xaxis
Area under and between Curves by Integration
Curve Area Bronze
Curve Area Silver
Curve Area Gold
Trapezium Rule
Trapezium rule : Type of estimate – too big or too small?
Trapezium Rule Exam Question
PURE PAPER 1
Understand and use graphs of functions
19 Topics

7 Quizzes
Sketching Quadratic Graphs
Quadratic graphs Bronze
Quadratic graphs Silver
Quadratic graphs Gold
Sketching Quadratic Graphs by Completing the Square (part 1)
Sketching Quadratic Graphs by Completing the Square (part 2)
GCSE Completing the Square Bronze
GCSE Completing the Square Silver
How to Sketch Cubic Graphs
Cubic graphs Bronze
Sketching Reciprocal graphs of the form y=k/x
Sketching graphs of the form k/x^2
How to draw y=f(x) graphs
How to draw y=f(x) graphs
Curved Lines Silver
Exponential Functions
Natural Log, lnx : properties and graph
Trigonometric Graphs
Trigonometry : Graphs of sec, cosec and cot
Combining functions
Inverse functions : Introduction
Inverse functions : Example 1
Inverse functions : Example 2
Inverse functions : Example 3
Inverse functions – Graphical relationship
More Graphs of common functions
Graphs of functions
12 Topics

3 Quizzes
Transformations of Graphs (translations)
Translations f(x+a) type : Why they work in the way they do
Translations f(x)+a type : Why they work in the way they do
Transformations of Graphs : Reflections y = – f(x), f(x)
Transformations of Graphs (stretches)
Trigonometry  Transformations of Trig Graphs – Translation parallel to the xaxis
Trigonometry  Transformations of Trig Graphs – Translation parallel to the yaxis
Trigonometry  Transformations of Trig Graphs – Reflection in the xaxis
Trigonometry  Transformations of Trig Graphs – Reflection in the yaxis
Transformations of Trig Graphs – Stretch parallel to the xaxis
Trigonometry  Transformations of Trig Graphs – Stretch parallel to the yaxis
Trigonometry  Combining Transformations of Trig Graphs y=f(ax+b) types
Transform Functions Bronze
Transform Functions Silver
Transform Functions Gold
Use intersection points of graphs to solve equations
4 Topics

1 Quiz
Coordinate geometry : Intersection of 2 straight lines
Coordinate Geometry : Intersection of a line and parabola
Coordinate Geometry : intersection line and hyperbola
Coordinate Geometry : Intersection of two curves
Curved Lines Gold
Use of functions in modelling
4 Topics
Modelling Curves using logarithms
Modelling Curves y=ab^x : Converting to Linear Form (Example)
Modelling Curves y=ax^b : Converting to Linear Form Example
Exponential Decay: Exam Question
The coordinate geometry of the circle
7 Topics

4 Quizzes
Circle Properties You Should Know
Equation of a circle
Equation of a Circle (Alternative form)
Equations of Circles Bronze
Finding the Centre and Radius of Circle
Equations of Circles Silver
Equation of a Circle passing through 3 points
Equation of a Tangent to a Circle
Equations of Circles Gold
Parametric Equations for a Circle (Example)
Parametric Equations Gold
Arithmetic sequences and series
8 Topics

3 Quizzes
Arithmetic Sequences and nth term formula
Arithmetic Sequences/Progressions Bronze
Arithmetic Progressions – What are they?
How to Prove the Sum of an Arithmetic Progression
Arithmetic Progressions Silver
Series : Sigma Notation
Arithmetic Progressions Gold
Arithmetic Progressions – Finding a and d given two terms
Arithmetic Progression – Working with consecutive terms
Arithmetic Series Beastie
Arithmetic Sequences and Series – Exam Questions
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How to find the area bounded by a curve above the xaxis
Area bounded by a curve below the xaxis
Area bounded by a curve above and below the xaxis
Area under and between Curves by Integration
Curve Area Bronze
Curve Area Silver
Curve Area Gold
Trapezium Rule
Trapezium rule : Type of estimate – too big or too small?
Trapezium Rule Exam Question
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