## Maths for Advanced ChemistryWritten by teachers and fully covering the 2002 A Level maths specifications, this text is useful for both classroom work and homework exercises. Relevant for AS and A2 Levels of study and designed to be accessible and friendly in format, its aim is to provide clear and concise explanations of mathematical concepts and how these are then applied in chemistry. Worked examples are included throughout encouraging students to grasp the subject matter with ease. Examination style questions and answer sections provide an opportunity for continuous progression and to consolidate learning. |

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### Contents

Handling numbers | 10 |

Equations | 16 |

Ratios | 30 |

Graphs | 40 |

Using graphs | 48 |

Advanced graphs | 67 |

Graphs from experiments | 74 |

Experimental error | 96 |

Symmetry | 104 |

Answers to exam type questions | 112 |

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