In this post, we talk about multiple transformations of graphs, and the recommended order to follow.

In this post, we look at the transformation of graphs, which include translation, scaling, reflection and more.

In this post, let’s look at curve sketching of common functions as tested in H2 A Level Maths.

Let’s look at what are parametric equations and how to sketch them using the graphic calculator (Ti84).

The graph of y = (ax² + bx + c) / (dx+e) has the following: Deriving the asymptotes: The asymptotes can be derived by the…

In this post, you’ll learn how to sketch rectangular hyperbolas of the form y = (ax+b)/ (cx+d). You’ll also learn how to find their asymptotes.

The equation of ellipses take the form: (x-H)²/A²- (y-K)²/B² = 1 OR (y-K)²/B² – (x-H)²/A² = 1 Using the Graphic Calculator to obtain a sketch…

The equation of ellipses take the form: (x-a)²/c²+(y-b)²/d² = 1 where (a, b) is the centre of the ellipse, c is the width of the…

The equations of circles take the form: (x-a)²+(y-b)² = r² where (a, b) is the centre of the circle, and r is the radius. When…

In this post, we will be covering concepts from the functions topic tested in the H2 A Level Mathematics exam.