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THE FE2+ CORP.

PRESENTS

ROAD TO A*
FURTHER MATHS
WRITTEN BY:
MR FE2+

(A) Polar Curve
1.
2.
3.
∫√

4.

( ) d

5.
6.

,

,

(B) Application of Calculus
∫√

1.

( ) dx or ∫ √( )

2.
∫ √( )

(

)

∫ √

( ) dx or

(

)

∫ √

( ) dx or

( ) dt

3.
∫ √( )

( ) dt
̅

4.

̅

dx , where
)

̅

dx

dx , where

dx

6.
7.

dx

(

5.

( ) dt

dx

( )

8.

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(C) Calculus
1.
,
⁄ ,

2.
3.

( )

4.

( )

5.

(D) Roots of Equations
(∑ )

1. ∑
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2.
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3.
4.

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(E) Summation
[

1.
2. AP
3.
4. GP
5. ∑
6.

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(F) Partial Fraction
1.
2.
3.

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2

4.

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5.

(

6.

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(G) Curve Sketching
1. Asymptote
2. Improper fraction : do long division
3. Turning point :
4. Intersection between curve and axes : when y=0 and x=0
5. Intersection between curve and asymptotes (equate equation of asymptote and
equation of curve)
6. Label graph and asymptotes
(

7.

(

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)
)

(
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=

(H) Second Order Differential Equation
1. Auxiliary equation : aM²+bM+c=0
)
2. (
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3. (
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4. (
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Particular Integral:
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

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10. Special case particular integral***

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(I) Reduction Formulae
1.

2.

3.
∫( )

6.
7.
8.
(

)(
)(
) ( )

)( )(
)(
) (
)(
)(
∫(
)(
)
∫(
)
∫[(
∫(
∫(



∫(

∫(
∫ (
)

4.
5.

∫(
∫(
∫(

)
)
)
)
∫(
)
)
)(
)(
)
](

)

)(

)
)

∫(

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(J) Differentiation
1.
(

2.

)

(

3.

)( )

(

)

(

) ( )( )

4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

(

(

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)(
(
( )(
(

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)(
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) ( )(
) ( )

(

15.

(

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)

( )

(

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(K) Integration
1. ∫
(

2. ∫
3. ∫
4. ∫

)

(


( )

)

( )

( )

)( )

∫(

5. ∫
6. ∫

(

7. ∫

(

)
)

8. ∫
9. ∫
10. ∫
11. ∫

12. ∫

13.∫

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(

(

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(

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14. ∫(

(

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(

15. ∫
16.

)( )

(

(a) ∫

)(

(b) ∫(
(c) ∫ (

)

)

)

( )(
(

)

(d) ∫ ( ) (

)(

)(

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)

)

( )

( )( )

(

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)
(

( )

( )(
(

( )(

(

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17. ∫
18.
(a)
19. ∫

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(L) Trigonometry
1.
2.
3.
4.
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6.
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24. √

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25. √

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(M) Complex Number
1.
2.
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3.

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4.

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))

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5.

(N) System of Equation
1. 3 equations with 3 unknowns (x, y, and z)
2. Eliminate 1 unknown, e.g. x
3. If we get same equations , infinite no. of solutions, consistent, linearly
dependant, determinant = 0.
4. If we get different equations (which do not contradict), unique solution,
determinant 0.
5. If we get contradict equations, for example : y+2z=2 and y+2z=3, no solution,
inconsistent, determinant = 0.

(O) Vector Space
1. Basis for spaces must independent.
2.

3.

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(P) Proof by Induction(step 3
1. Summation:
2. Divisibility: (
)

)
(
( )

)

(

3. Differentiation:

)

Note:

(

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4. Matrix: (

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(

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(
(

5. de Moivre’s theorem:

) (
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6. Reduction formula(example):

(

(

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)(

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7. Iterative formula(example):
(
*

(

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8. Inequality(example):

9. Eigenvalue and eigenvector:
10. ***Try to think how to use your assumption (step 2, where n = k) in step 3 !!!

(Q) Extra Informations
1.
2. ∑ ( )
3.
4.

(

(

) ( )

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5. Cubic equation with ∑

6. Cubic equation with

7. ∫ (

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* +

[ ]

∫ ( )

8.

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(
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10.

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) (

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For both odd and even: n=1,2,3,…
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