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A sound understanding of the * Binomial Theorem* is essential to ensure exam success.

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3. MIA Text Book Questions – Binomial Theorem

5. AH Maths Past & Practice Papers

6. AH Maths Past Paper Questions by Topic

7. AH Maths Recommended Text Book

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**1. Links and Exam Formulae
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AH Maths - Home Page Link | HERE |

AH Maths - Whole Course Link | HERE |

AH Maths - Exam Formula List | HERE |

Higher Maths - Exam Formulae List | HERE |

AH Maths - Complete Formula List | HERE |

SQA Full Course Content and Outline | HERE |

**2. Binomial Theorem Resources**

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Binomial Theorem Theory Guide 1 | HERE |

Binomial Theorem Theory Guide 2 | HERE |

Binomial Theorem HSN Summary Notes | HERE |

**3. MIA Text Book Questions – Binomial Theorem**

Recommended questions from the new MIA Text Book are shown below.

Worked solutions to all questions below are available in the Online Study Pack.

Subtopic ____________________________________ | Page Number _____________ | Exercise ___________ | Recommended Questions _______________________________ | Notes for Lesson __________________________________________________________________________________ |

Combinations nCr | Page 33 | Exercise 3.3 | Q1a,b,c,2a,b,c,4a-d,5a,b,6a,7a,b,d | |

Expanding - Lesson 1 | Page 36 | Exercise 3.4 | Q1a,b,c,2a,i,ii,iii,iv | |

Expanding - Lesson 2 | Page 36 | Exercise 3.4 | Q3a-d,4a-f | THEORY - Questions 3 & 4 |

Finding Coefficients | Page 38 | Exercise 3.5 | Q1a,b,c,4a,5a,6 | |

Approximation eg 1.05^5 = ? | Page 40 | Exercise 3.6 | Q1a,b,c,d | |

Simplifying General Term (SQA Questions) | SQA Questions & Answers | Common SQA Binomial Questions not in AH Text Book |

**4. About The Binomial Theorem**

For a more detailed explanation, please first read the Theory Guides above.

The Binomial Theorem describes the expansion of powers of a binomial, using a sum of terms.

Coefficients in the expansion are called the **binomial coefficients.**

Pascal’s Triangle is a triangular array of binomial coefficients.

The below is given in the AH Maths exam:

The link between Pascal’s Triangle & results from Combinations is shown below:

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**Exam Question**

Source: SQA AH Maths Paper 2017 Question 1

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**5. AH Maths Past & Practice Papers**

Thanks to the SQA for making these available.

Worked solutions to SQA Exam Questions available in the Online Study Pack.

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**6. AH Maths Past Paper Questions by Topic**

Thanks to the SQA for making these available.

Questions and answers have been split up by topic for ease of reference.

Worked solutions to all SQA questions below available in the Online Study Pack

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**7. ****AH Maths Text Book – Maths In Action (2nd Edition) by Edward Mullan **

A fully revised course for the new Curriculum for Excellence examination that is designed to fully support the course’s new structure and unit assessment. A part of the highly regarded Maths in Action series, it provides students with a familiar, clear and carefully structured learning experience that encourages them to build confidence and understanding.

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**8. Exam focused Online Study Pack
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Through step-by-step worked solutions to exam questions available in the Online Study Pack we cover everything you need to know about the * Binomial Theorem* to pass your final exam.

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