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20 Questions on EdExcel C4 Maths: Integration (Why Didn't They Teach It Like That In Class?)
 
 

20 Questions on EdExcel C4 Maths: Integration (Why Didn't They Teach It Like That In Class?) [Kindle Edition]

Colin Beveridge
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If you can integrate, you're halfway to a great grade in C4. This book shows you how. It has a dance in it. And a chant. It clears up the difficulties and misconceptions about integration, and helps you remember what to do when.

Written by Colin Beveridge, author of several 'Maths For Dummies' books and a handful of A-level maths guides, this integration book shows you:

* The basics of integration
* How to deal with functions like sin and cos - even when the brackets are complicated
* What the rules are (substitution and parts)
* When to use which method
* Where to use partial fractions, parametric equations and trig identities to integrate
* How to work out volumes of revolution and differential equations

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 61 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
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  • Language: English
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Colin Beveridge (1977-) is a maths confidence coach for Flying Colours Maths and co-author of the Little Algebra Book.

He holds a PhD in Mathematics from the University of St Andrews and worked for several years on NASA's Living With A Star project at Montana State University, where he came up with an equation which is named after him. It's used to help save the world from being destroyed by solar flares. So far so good.

He became tired of the glamour of academia and returned to the UK to concentrate on helping students come to terms with maths and show that not all mathematicians are boring nerds; some are exciting, relatively well-adjusted nerds.

Colin lives in Dorset with an espresso pot, several guitars and nothing to prove.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Invaluable 12 Mar 2014
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This has been my latest purchase from Mr Beveridge's 20 questions series. I really enjoy refreshing my knowledge with his style of writing and his ability to break down complicated procedures into accessible steps.
I really hope to see more in this series!
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A while a go I got a copy of this fantastic little ebook authoured by Colin Beveridge
(@icecolbeveridge). The book is great and written in Beveridge's usual style- accessible, witty and very informative.

The book covers integration. IT is based on the current Edexcel A Level spec and covers all the integration you need to know for that specification, not just the bits that are solely in that module. There are some handy mnemonics, some really clear and concise explanations and some very funny quips.

The book would work really well as revision guide, and is something students can dip in and out of if they are having trouble with a particular aspect of integration. I think the section on which integration to use is perhaps the most handy bit of the book.

I would wholeheartedly recommend this book as a companion to anyone studying integration, but it should be used as that, a companion. It is written in a way to review stuff already learned and add clarity to areas you are struggling on, rather than as a book for the original teaching of the subject.

I hope Colin is planning an update for the new syllabus, and I would also love to see print copies available.
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