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Successful University Entrance
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Successful Independent School Entrance
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Oxbridge Entrance Test pass
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A* or A grade Cambridge (CAIE) Board
1 %
Level 6 or 7 International Baccalaureate
1 %
Pass Rate for AQA, OCR, Edexcel, WJEC

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Implicit differentiation and its use in derivatives

Implicit differentiation is one of the types of derivatives used widely in differentiation calculus is a sort of derivative in which the derivative of the equation must be determined. Differentiation calculus is a type of calculus that is mainly used to find the rate of change of the functions. In calculus, it is commonly used

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How to Write Good Physics Coursework – A Teacher’s Guide

Physics Coursework   What have Special Relativity, Newton’s laws and electromagnetic induction got in common? They would have all scored poorly if they were entered as physics coursework at sixth-form. It matters not a bit that they were pioneering, ground-breaking physics; in the context of coursework, if it does not fit the mark scheme, it

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