# Further Mathematics A Level

## Science and Mathematics

#### What will you be working towards?

Code |
NULL |

Qualification Type |
GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent |

Qualification Level |
Level 3 |

Course type |
Full Time |

#### Overview

Further Mathematics

#### Details

Course content:

Compulsory content: Proof; Complex Numbers; Matrices; Further Algebra and Functions; Further Calculus; Further Vectors; Polar Coordinates; Hyperbolic Functions; Differential Equations; Trigonometry; Coordinate Geometry. In addition to the compulsory content, students will study two of the following options:

1. Mechanics (dimensional analysis; momentum; energy and power; circular motion; mass and moments).

2. Statistics (discrete random variables; Poisson distribution; type 1 and type 2 errors; continuous random variables; chi tests; exponential distribution).

3. Discrete (graphs; networks; linear programming; critical path analysis; game theory; binary operation).

#### How will it be delivered?

Assessment:

Paper 1 –33% of the A-level. Any content from the compulsory content.

Paper 2 –33% of the A-level. Any content from the compulsory content.

Paper 3 –33% of the A-level. Any content from the two chosen options

#### Entry requirements

Level 7 or above in GCSE Mathematics.

You must also have opted to study A-level Mathematics.