# Tag Archives: GCE Advanced Level

## A Level H2 Maths 2012 Paper 2 Q3 Solution; H2 Maths Tuition

A Level H2 Maths 2012 Paper 2 Q3 Solution (i) (The graph above is drawn using the Geogebra software 🙂 ) (ii) By GC, By long division, The discriminant of is Hence, there are no other real solutions (proven). (iii) … Continue reading

## Maths Tuition Singapore Keywords

Just for curiosity, I went to research on the top keywords for Maths Tuition for Google search engine. Keywords: mathematics tuition singapore a maths tuition singapore maths tuition singapore singapore maths tuition a math tuition singapore a level maths tuition … Continue reading

## H2 JC Maths Tuition Foot of Perpendicular 2007 Paper 1 Q8

One of my students asked me how to solve 2007 Paper 1 Q8 (iii) using Foot of Perpendicular method. The answer given in the TYS uses a sine method, which is actually shorter in this case, since we have found … Continue reading

## JC Junior College H2 Maths Tuition

If you or a friend are looking for Maths tuition: O level, A level H2 JC (Junior College) Maths Tuition, IB, IP, Olympiad, GEP and any other form of mathematics you can think of. Experienced, qualified (Raffles GEP, NUS Maths 1st Class Honours, NUS … Continue reading

## H2 Maths Tuition: Complex Numbers Notes

H2 Maths: Complex Numbers 1 Page Notes Modulus Argument Cartesian Form Draw diagram first, then find the appropriate quadrant and use (can use GC to double check) Polar Form Exponential Form ☺ When question involvespowers, multiplication or division, it may … Continue reading

## Ten Year Series: How many questions or papers to practice for Maths O Levels / A Levels?

This is a question to ponder about, how many questions or papers to practice for Maths O Levels / A Levels for the Ten Year Series? If you searched Google, you will find that there is no definitive answer of … Continue reading

## H2 Maths Tuition: Foot of Perpendicular (from point to line) (Part I)

Foot of Perpendicular is a hot topic for H2 Prelims and A Levels. It comes out almost every year. There are two versions of Foot of Perpendicular, from point to line, and from point to plane. However, the two are … Continue reading

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## Is d/dx (a^x)=x a^{x-1}? (a conceptual error in O/A Level Math)

In O Level, students are taught that So naturally, students may think that (a is a constant) Well, actually that is good pattern spotting, but unfortunately it is incorrect. Do not be too disheartened if you make this mistake, it … Continue reading