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One of the most problematic topics in A levels JC math is to find the volume generated when an area bounded by a curve is rotated. To do well in this topic, students not only have to be good at integration, they must also be able to imagine and visualize the volume of... by Gary Ang | Oct 30, 2014 | JC H2 math, Math Stuff

This is recorded from a Crash Course class on vectors. It discusses how to find distance between 2 parallel planes in A levels vectors. by Gary Ang | Oct 29, 2014 | JC H2 math, Videos

All classes are now recorded so that students can view them to revise any time they need to. This will be extremely useful when students need to revise for tests or exams. This video was recorded during one of my JC math tuition classes. It shows how integration by... by admin | Jun 29, 2013 | JC H2 math, News

This question is taken from 2011 AJC prelim examination paper 2. It is a typical normal distribution question with many parts. Each part tests the student on various aspects of the normal distribution. Part (i) tests the student on the concept of addition and... by admin | Jun 28, 2013 | JC H2 math, Math Stuff, News

This question is taken from one of the PJC revision sets. The origin of this question is unknown. The prove by mathematical induction part is easy and therefore I go straight to the hence parts. The hence parts requires the use of method of difference, summation and... by admin | Jun 28, 2013 | JC H2 math, Math Stuff, News

This question is taken from 2008 Dunman High School Prelim paper 2 question 5. You'll need to understand that if three planes do not have a common point, then the line of intersection of two planes must be parallel to the third plane to answer part (iii) of this...