### Solutions to Review 1

Question 1 (i) (ii) Using long division, we find that So the asymptotes are and Question 2 (i) This is a hyperbola with centre , asymptotes are , and vertices and . is a graph with asymptotes and [...]

### Thinking Math@TheCulture #9

Thinking@TheCulture is a series of questions that we, as tutors feel that are useful in helping students think and improve their understanding. Thinking Math@TheCulture is curated by KS. More of [...]

### Thinking Math@TheCulture #5

Thinking@TheCulture is a series of questions that we, as tutors feel that are useful in helping students think and improve their understanding. Thinking Math@TheCulture is curated by KS. More of [...]

### APGP, Sequence & Series related articles

Here is a compilation of all the APGP, Sequence & Series articles KS has done. Students should read them when they are free to improve their mathematics skills. They will come in handy! 🙂 1. [...]

### 2015 A-level H2 Mathematics (9740) Paper 2 Question 4 Suggested Solutions

All solutions here are SUGGESTED. Mr. Teng will hold no liability for any errors. Comments are entirely personal opinions. (a) Let P(n) be the statement When n=1, LHS RHS Since LHS = RHS, P(1) is [...]

### Summation Question #3

This is an interesting and simple question. Putting the answer here will take the fun out of figuring this summation out. I will advice/ hint that you look at your standard series in MF15 [...]

### 2013 A-level H2 Mathematics (9740) Paper 1 Question 9 Suggested Solutions

All solutions here are SUGGESTED. Mr. Teng will hold no liability for any errors. Comments are entirely personal opinions. (i) Let P(n) be the preposition When , P(1) is true. Assume the P(k) is [...]

### 2014 A-level H2 Mathematics (9740) Paper 1 Question 6 Suggested Solutions

All solutions here are SUGGESTED. Mr. Teng will hold no liability for any errors. Comments are entirely personal opinions. (a) (i) Let P(n) be the preposition, for When and Since , P(1) is true. [...]

### Summation Question #2

This is a question from AJC/C2/MY/P1/10. Quite challenging. But once you get the hang of it, you should be capable of solving other variations. Using the formula for , prove the . (i) Hence show [...]

### Summation Question #1

This is a modified summation question taken from HCI. I think it forces the students to think out of the box, and we all know how scary trigonometry and summation is together. Given , show that [...]

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