A discrete random variable is one that takes discrete value e.g. 1, 2.4, 3, etc. For example, if a discrete random variable, X, represents the number shown on a dice, then X can only take … ….

In this post, we look at probability concepts tested in the H2 A Level Exam.

In this post, we look at permutation and combination concepts tested in the H2 A Level Exam.

In H2 A Level Math, students are tested on complex numbers in cartesian, exponential and trigonometric form.

In this differential equation lesson, we’ll look at how to solve the type of differential equation tested in H2 A Level Math – variable separable type.

In this post, you’ll find the formula used to find area by integration. Finding area between curve and x-axis To find the area bounded by…

In this post, you’ll find the formula to find the volume generated by the curve when it is rotated about the x-axis and y-axis.

In this integration technique lesson, you’ll find the integration formulae and techniques tested in H2 A Level Math.

Maclaurin’s expansion can be used to approximate a function, f(x) into a polynomial form. The approximation can be done using this formula here.

In application of differentiation for H2 A Level Math, you’ll apply differentiation to increasing and decreasing functions, tangents and normals of curves, rate of change questions, stationary points of curves, and maximum and minimum problems.