The Maths GCSE course guides the student through basic mathematical skills, progressing onto more advanced material as the student’s skills and abilities develop. The Maths GCSE course is divided into two parts: the first is for all students; the second is for those who will be taking the Higher tier of the examination.

GCSE Mathematics (Linear) A offers students the opportunity to gain sound techniques in mathematics. The content is arranged into three broad areas: Number and Algebra, Geometry and Measures, and Statistics and Probability.

This specification helps students to apply these fundamental skills in a variety of contexts they can relate to and to solve statistical problems or explore more abstract mathematical scenarios.

The specification offers a Foundation Tier and a Higher Tier. There are two question papers, at both tiers, which cover all course material. All content may be assessed on either paper.

Complex Numbers

complex number is a number that can be expressed in the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers, and i is the imaginary unit (which satisfies the equation i2 = −1). In this expression, a is called the real part of the complex number, and b is called the imaginary part.

This is a graduate level course on Process Dynamics and Control.

At the end of course, the student will be able to

(1) Develop mathematical models for processes

(2) Develop transfer functions and block diagrams

(3) Develop Open loop and Closed loop transfer functions

(4) Study the stability of open loop and closed loop blocks