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Advanced Higher

Mathematics at Advanced Higher provides the foundation for many developments in the sciences and in technology as well as having its own intrinsic value. This Course is designed to enthuse, motivate, and challenge learners by enabling them to:

  • select and apply complex mathematical techniques in a variety of mathematical situations, both practical and abstract
  • extend and apply skills in problem solving and logical thinking
  • extend skills in interpreting, analysing, communicating and managing information in mathematical form, while exploring more advanced techniques
  • clarify their thinking through the process of rigorous proof

The Course develops and expands a range of mathematical skills. It allows the learner to develop further skills in calculus and algebra. Areas such as number theory (which helps keep the internet secure), complex numbers (the uses of which are ubiquitous, ranging from the solution of equations to the description of electronic circuits) and matrices (used in game theory and economics) are introduced. The learner’s mathematical thinking will also benefit from examples of rigorous proof.

Notes and exercises

These pages contain notes, exercises and practice materials for each block of work;

Block A


As a matter of routine, you should be working independently through the exercises from the topics covered in class. Additional, formal homework exercises will be posted here;

Weekly HW8
Weekly HW7                                                          (Solutions)
Weekly HW6
Weekly HW5
Weekly HW4                                                          (Solutions)
Weekly HW3                                                          (Solutions)
Weekly HW2                                                          (Solutions)
Weekly HW1                                                          (Solutions)

Block A HW1 Differentiation                                   (Solutions)

Exam Revision

Exam Materials for new AH
Specimen Question Paper      Exemplar Question Paper

Past Papers & Marking schemes
2016 Paper      Marking scheme
2015 Paper      Marking scheme
2014 Paper      Marking scheme
2013 Paper      Marking scheme
2012 Paper      Marking scheme
2011 Paper      Marking scheme
2010 Paper      Marking scheme
2007 Marking scheme      2008 Marking scheme      2009 Marking scheme
2004 Marking scheme      2005 Marking scheme      2006 Marking scheme
2001 Marking scheme      2002 Marking scheme      2003 Marking scheme

Revision Materials
Formulae list      Standard derivatives      Differentiation and Integration Rules      Trig formulae

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