Cambridge AS/A Level Mathematics (9709) Past Papers, Syllabus, Mark Scheme with Examiner Report. 2020 Syllabus update for AS A Level Mathematics (9709) Update Available.
Cambridge International AS/A level Mathematics (9709). For examination in June and November 2019, 2020 and 2021. Also available for examination in March 2019, 2020 and 2021 for India only.
Cambridge International AS & A Level Mathematics encourages learners to explore their subject in depth. Consultation is an important part of the way we develop our syllabuses.
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Cambridge International AS & A Level Mathematics develops a set of transferable skills. These include the skill of working with mathematical information, as well as the ability to think logically and independently, consider accuracy, model situations mathematically, analyse results and reflect on findings. Learners can apply these skills across a wide range of subjects and the skills equip them well for progression to higher education or directly into employment.
Mathematics is fundamentally problem solving and representing systems and models in different ways. These include:
- Algebra: this is an essential tool which supports and expresses mathematical reasoning and provides a means to generalise across a number of contexts.
- Geometrical techniques: algebraic representations also describe a spatial relationship, which gives us a new way to understand a situation.
- Calculus: this is a fundamental element which describes change in dynamic situations and underlines the links between functions and graphs.
- Mechanical models: these explain and predict how particles and objects move or remain stable under the influence of forces.
- Statistical methods: these are used to quantify and model aspects of the world around us. Probability theory predicts how chance events might proceed, and whether assumptions about chance are justified by evidence.