H2 Mathematics
www.h2maths.site |

This site is for students taking GCE 'A' Level H2 Maths. Here is a summary of H2 Maths topics.
F Maths students please go to Further Mathematics Page.
These apps have been optimised for laptop use. Mobile users may prefer to hold their phones in landscape mode. |

Foundation |
Sequences & Series |
Graphs |

Functions |
Calculus |
Vectors |

Complex Numbers |
Permutations & Combinations |
Statistics |

Foundation |
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Partial Fraction |
Cover Up Rule |
Quadratic Equation |

Sequences and Series |
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Saving Problem |
Binomial Expansion |
Savings & Loans Problems Range of Validity |

Graphs |
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Conics |
Rational Function |
Transformation of Graphs |

Modulus and Reciprocal Graph |
Test Point Method |
Inequality with Modulus |

Functions |
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Domain & Range of a Function |
Composite Function |
Range of Composite Function |

Complex Numbers |
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Cubic Equation |
Argand Diagram |
z ^{n} Real/Imaginary |

Permutations & Combinations |
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Problems involving Choosing: | ||

Choose People (with images) Choose People (no images) |
Choose Boys and Girls |
Choose People to form Groups |

Problems involving Arranging: | ||

Arrange People |
Arrange Boys and Girls |
Arrange Around a Circle |

Arrange Letters |
Code Words |

Statistics |

Here are some Microsoft Excel Simulations you can run on your laptop/desktop: (Click each link and press F9 on your keyboard) | |

1 Die | to simulate the tossing of 1 die |

2 Dice | to simulate the tossing of 2 dice |

Balls | to simulate the drawing of balls |

Coins | to simulate the tossing of coins |

Suits | to simulate the drawing of cards according to suits |

Card | to simulate the drawing of cards according to suits & values |

Central Limit: 1, 2 | to demonstrate the Central Limit Theorem for a symmetrical Distribution |

Central Limit: 1, 1, 1, 3 | to demonstrate the Central Limit Theorem for a skewed Distribution |

I have tried creating mobile phone apps. Android phone users are welcome to download from Google Play Store:

These apps can be used for

- lecture demonstration,
- group work in class,
- independent learning by students,
- consultation after lessons,
- revision before examinations.

Best wishes for your GCE A Level Examination!

Yee Weng Hong

Singapore

Further Mathematics Page |
Interesting Aspects of Mathematics |
Interesting Aspects of Science |
Landmarks & Languages of the World |

Landmarks & Literature of China |
School Videos |
Flags |
My Toys |