O level A-Math: Collection of Differentiation Tips


Usually at this period, many Additional Mathematics students would be 'sweating' over the rather foreign topic, Differentiation (part of calculus).

Today I have decided to gather all the tips I have written on Differentiation to be on this post so that they are easily accessible for you. Let's take a look what have been discussed so far:

  1. Differentiation Basic Techniques
  2. Stationary points (Includes a video on the step by step solution)
  3. Differentiation involving exponential

So, how have you found Differentiation so far? Easy? Tough?I would love to hear from you on your learning experience so far.

In my coaching programme, I relate Differentiation to Freezing. Do you know why? Well, there is one common property both shared: Decrease.

 

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Hi, I'm Ai Ling Ong. I enjoy coaching students who have challenges with understanding and scoring in 'O' Level A-Maths and E-Maths. I develop Math strategies, sometimes ridiculous ideas to help students in understanding abstract concepts the fast and memorable way. I write this blog to share with you the stuff I teach in my class, the common mistakes my students made, the 'way' to think, analyze... If you have found this blog post useful, please share it with your friends. I will really appreciate it! :)

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