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FP2Inequalities, Sequences and Series, Complex numbers, 1st Order Differential Equations, 2nd Order Differential Equations, Maclaurin and Taylor Series, Polar Coordinates, Summary
M2Kinematics, Centres of mass, Work and energy, Collisions, Statics, Summary
M3Further Dynamics, Work and Energy, Kinematics, Centres of Mass, Motion in a circle, Summary
S1Notation, Statistical models, Summarising data, Probability, Correlation and Regression, Discrete Random Variables, The Normal Distribution, Summary
S2The Binomial Distribution, The Poisson Distribution, Continuous Random Variables, Continuous Distributions, Hypothesis tests, Combinations of random variables, Summary
S3Combinations of random variables, Sampling, Estimation, Hypothesis tests, Goodness of fit, Correlation and regression, Summary
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CBSE: Central Board of Secondary Education (India)
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International Baccalaureate
OCR: Oxford Cambridge and RSA
SQA: Scottish Qualifications Authority
WJEC: formerly the Welsh Joint Education Committee
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