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Pure 2 Chapter 2 - Functions & Graphs

Designed to accompany the Pearson Pure Mathematics Year 2/AS textbook.

Dr M Maher

3rd Oct 2020 Flag Comment

Slide 35, the local maximum of the transformed graph should have coordinates (4,8). Thanks for all of your hard work!

Mrs G Southern

27th Sep 2020 Flag Comment

On slide 15, the right hand question uses g but the answer uses f.

W Ryan

27th Jul 2020 Flag Comment

I am a parent with some math backgorund, doing math during school lockdown, with my child. Can I please access the Teachers only account so I can review some material with him. Thanks Parent during Pandemic 2020

Mr A AJAB

13th Jun 2020 Flag Comment

Slide 28 -3 and -3 NOT 3 and 3

Louise

12th Jun 2018 Flag Comment

Write a comment here. Hi , I love your ppts but am confused about slide 7 on P2 Chp2 as I was thinking the graph show x>2 and x>6/5. Can you explain please?

SD

12th May 2018 Flag Comment

Slide 7 should the question be different (<) to fit the answer. Or perhaps change the solution. Modulus finction is above the linear function for values of x < 6/5 and x > 2

SD

10th May 2018 Flag Comment

Answer on Slide 8 is not just 1/6. Should be "and" rather than "or" or have the inequality 1/6 < x < 1/2. Excellent resource, thanks! Very helpful for my first time teaching Y2 A level

3rd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

c on slide 36 on the same powerpoint is incorrect as it goes below the y axis

Daniel

3rd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

Also slide 13 question c should be 1/3 not 3

3rd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

it is not 1/6 nor what is on the slide

3rd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

this is incorrect but my answer via this are being trimmed

Daniel

3rd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

it should be 1/6

Daniel

3rd Apr 2018 Flag Comment

On Slide 8 on the new year 2 p2 chapter 2 functions and graphs the second questions answer is incorrect it should be 1/6

someone doing alevel maths

20th Mar 2018 Flag Comment

thank you

AH

24th Dec 2017 Flag Comment

Thank you for great work. Slide 8, the answer is 1/6

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