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  • ADVANCED SUBSIDIARY GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION

    ADVANCED GENERAL CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION

    MATHEMATICS

    LIST OF FORMULAE

    AND

    STATISTICAL TABLES

    (List MF1)

    MF1CST252

    January 2007

  • Pure Mathematics

    Mensuration

    Surface area of sphere = 4r2Area of curved surface of cone = r slant height

    Trigonometry

    a2 = b2 + c2 2bc cos AArithmetic Series

    un = a + (n 1)dSn = 12n(a + l) = 12n{2a + (n 1)d}

    Geometric Series

    un = arn1Sn = a(1 r

    n)1 r

    S = a1 r for |r | < 1Summations

    n

    r=1

    r2 = 16n(n + 1)(2n + 1)

    n

    r=1

    r3 = 14n2(n + 1)2

    Binomial Series

    (nr) + ( n

    r + 1) = (n + 1r + 1 )(a + b)n = an + (n

    1)an1b + (n

    2)an2b2 + . . . + (n

    r)anrbr + . . . + bn (n ),

    where (nr) = nCr = n!r!(n r)!

    (1 + x)n = 1 + nx + n(n 1)1.2

    x2 + . . . + n(n 1) . . . (n r + 1)1.2.3 . . . r

    xr + . . . (|x| < 1, n )Logarithms and exponentials

    ex ln a = axComplex Numbers

    {r(cos + i sin )}n = rn(cos n + i sin n)ei = cos + i sin The roots of n = 1 are given by = e 2kin , for k = 0, 1, 2, . . . , n 1

    2

  • Maclaurins Series

    f(x) = f(0) + xf (0) + x22!

    f (0) + . . . + xrr!

    f (r)(0) + . . .ex = exp(x) = 1 + x + x2

    2!+ . . . + xr

    r!+ . . . for all x

    ln(1 + x) = x x22+ x3

    3 . . . + (1)r+1 xr

    r+ . . . (1 < x 1)

    sin x = x x33!

    + x55!

    . . . + (1)r x2r+1(2r + 1)! + . . . for all xcos x = 1 x2

    2!+ x4

    4! . . . + (1)r x2r(2r)! + . . . for all x

    tan1 x = x x33+ x5

    5 . . . + (1)r x2r+1

    2r + 1 + . . . (1 x 1)sinh x = x + x3

    3!+ x5

    5!+ . . . + x2r+1(2r + 1)! + . . . for all x

    cosh x = 1 + x22!

    + x44!

    + . . . + x2r(2r)! + . . . for all xtanh1 x = x + x3

    3+ x5

    5+ . . . + x2r+1

    2r + 1 + . . . (1 < x < 1)Hyperbolic Functions

    cosh2 x sinh2 x = 1sinh 2x = 2 sinh x cosh xcosh 2x = cosh2 x + sinh2 xcosh1 x = ln{x + (x2 1)} (x 1)sinh1 x = ln{x + (x2 + 1)}tanh1 x = 1

    2ln(1 + x

    1 x) (|x| < 1)Coordinate Geometry

    The perpendicular distance from (h, k) to ax + by + c = 0 is |ah + bk + c|(a2 + b2)The acute angle between lines with gradients m1 and m2 is tan

    1 m1 m21 +m1m2 Trigonometric Identities

    sin(A B) = sin A cos B cos A sin Bcos(A B) = cos A cos B sin A sin Btan(A B) = tan A tan B

    1 tan A tan B (A B (k + 12))For t = tan 1

    2A: sin A = 2t

    1 + t2 , cos A = 1 t2

    1 + t2sin A + sin B = 2 sin A + B

    2cos

    A B2

    sin A sin B = 2 cos A + B2

    sinA B

    2

    cos A + cos B = 2 cos A + B2

    cosA B

    2

    cos A cos B = 2 sin A + B2

    sinA B

    2

    3

  • Vectors

    The resolved part of a in the direction of b isa.b|b|

    The point dividing AB in the ratio : isa + b

    + Vector product: a b = |a| |b| sin n =

    i a1 b1j a2 b2k a

    3b

    3

    = (a2b3 a3b2a3b1 a1b3a

    1b

    2 a

    2b

    1

    )If A is the point with position vector a = a1i + a2j + a3k and the direction vector b is given by

    b = b1i + b

    2j + b

    3k, then the straight line through A with direction vector b has cartesian equation

    x a1b1

    = y a2b2

    = a3b3

    (= )The plane through A with normal vector n = n1i + n2j + n3k has cartesian equation

    n1x + n2y + n3 + d = 0, where d = a.nThe plane through non-collinear points A, B and C has vector equation

    r = a + (b a) + (c a) = (1 )a + b + cThe plane through the point with position vector a and parallel to b and c has equation r = a + sb + tcThe perpendicular distance of (, , ) from n1x + n2y + n3 + d = 0 is

    n1 + n2 + n3 + d (n21 + n22 + n23)Matrix transformations

    Anticlockwise rotation through about O: ( cos sin sin cos )

    Reflection in the line y = (tan )x: ( cos 2 sin 2sin 2 cos 2 )

    Differentiation

    f(x) f (x)tan kx k sec2 kx

    sin1 x 1(1 x2)cos1 x 1(1 x2)tan1 x 1

    1 + x2sec x sec x tan xcot x cosec2 x

    cosec x cosec x cot xsinh x cosh xcosh x sinh xtanh x sech2 x

    sinh1 x 1(1 + x2)cosh1 x 1(x2 1)tanh1 x 1

    1 x2If y = f(x)

    g(x) then dydx = f(x)g(x) f(x)g(x){g(x)}2

    4

  • Integration ( + constant; a > 0 where relevant)f(x) f(x) dx

    sec2 kx1k

    tan kx

    tan x ln |sec x|cot x ln |sin x|

    cosec x ln |cosec x + cot x| = ln tan 12xsec x ln |sec x + tan x| = ln tan(12x + 14)sinh x cosh xcosh x sinh xtanh x ln cosh x

    1(a2 x2) sin1(xa) (|x| < a)1

    a2 + x2 1a tan1(xa)1(x2 a2) cosh1(xa) or ln{x + (x2 a2)} (x > a)1(a2 + x2) sinh1(xa) or ln{x + (x2 + a2)}1

    a2 x2 12a ln a + xa x = 1a tanh1(xa) (|x| < a)1

    x2 a2 12a ln x ax + a udv

    dxdx = uv vdu

    dxdx

    Area of a sector

    A = 12 r2 d (polar coordinates)

    A = 12 (x dy

    dt y dx

    dt) dt (parametric form)

    Numerical Mathematics

    Numerical integration

    The trapezium rule: ba

    y dx 12h{(y0 + yn) + 2(y1 + y2 + . . . + yn1)}, where h = b an

    Simpsons Rule: ba

    y dx 13h{(y0 + yn) + 4(y1 + y3 + . . . + yn1) + 2(y2 + y4 + . . . + yn2)},

    where h = b an

    and n is even

    Numerical Solution of Equations

    The Newton-Raphson iteration for solving f(x) = 0: xn+1 = xn f(xn)f(xn)

    5

  • Mechanics

    Motion in a circle

    Transverse velocity: v = rTransverse acceleration: v = rRadial acceleration: r2 = v2

    r

    Centres of Mass (for uniform bodies)

    Triangular lamina: 23

    along median from vertex

    Solid hemisphere, radius r: 38r from centre

    Hemispherical shell, radius r: 12r from centre

    Circular arc, radius r, angle at centre 2:r sin

    from centre

    Sector of circle, radius r, angle at centre 2:2r sin

    3from centre

    Solid cone or pyramid of height h: 14h above the base on the line from centre of base to vertex

    Conical shell of height h: 13h above the base on the line from centre of base to vertex

    Moments of Inertia (for uniform bodies of mass m)

    Thin rod, length 2l, about perpendicular axis through centre: 13ml2

    Rectangular lamina about axis in plane bisecting edges of length 2l: 13ml2

    Thin rod, length 2l, about perpendicular axis through end: 43ml2

    Rectangular lamina about edge perpendicular to edges of length 2l: 43ml2

    Rectangular lamina, sides 2a and 2b, about perpendicular axis through centre: 13m(a2 + b2)

    Hoop or cylindrical shell of radius r about axis: mr2

    Hoop of radius r about a diameter: 12mr2

    Disc or solid cylinder of radius r about axis: 12mr2

    Disc of radius r about a diameter: 14mr2

    Solid sphere, radius r, about diameter: 25mr2

    Spherical shell of radius r about a diameter: 23mr2

    Parallel axes theorem: IA = IG +m(AG)2Perpendicular axes theorem: I = Ix + Iy (for a lamina in the x-y plane)

    6

  • Probability & Statistics

    Probability

    P(A B) = P(A) + P(B) P(A B)P(A B) = P(A)P(B | A)P(A | B) = P(B | A)P(A)

    P(B | A)P(A) + P(B | A)P(A)Bayes Theorem: P(Aj | B) = P(Aj)P(B | Aj)P(Ai)P(B | Ai)

    Discrete distributions

    For a discrete random variable X taking values xi with probabilities piExpectation (mean): E(X) = = x

    ip

    i

    Variance: Var(X) = 2 = (xi )2pi = x2i pi 2For a function g(X): E(g(X)) = g(xi)pi

    The probability generating function of X is GX(t) = E(tX), andE(X) = GX(1)Var(X) = GX(1) + GX(1) {GX(1)}2

    For Z = X + Y , where X and Y are independent: GZ(t) = GX(t)GY(t)Standard discrete distributions

    Distribution of X P(X = x) Mean Variance P.G.F.Binomial B(n, p) (n

    x)px(1 p)nx np np(1 p) (1 p + pt)n

    Poisson Po( ) e xx!

    e (t1)

    Geometric Geo(p) on 1, 2, p(1 p)x1 1p

    1 pp2

    pt1 (1 p)t

    Continuous distributions

    For a continuous random variable X having probability density function f

    Expectation (mean): E(X) = = xf(x) dxVariance: Var(X) = 2 = (x )2f(x) dx = x2f(x) dx 2For a function g(X): E(g(X)) = g(x)f(x) dxCumulative distribution function: F(x) = P(X x) = xf(t) dt

    The moment generating function of X is MX(t) = E(etX) andE(X) = MX(0)E(Xn) = M(n)X (0)Var(X) = MX(0) {MX(0)}2

    For Z = X + Y , where X and Y are independent: MZ(t) = MX(t)MY(t)

    7

  • Standard continuous distributions

    Distribution of X P.D.F. Mean Variance M.G.F.

    Uniform (Rectangular) on [a, b] 1b a 12(a + b) 112(b a)2 e

    bt eat(b a)tExponential ex 1

    1

    2

    tNormal N(, 2) 1

    (2)e

    12( x )2 2 et+122t2

    Expectation algebra

    Covariance: Cov(X, Y) = E((X X)(Y Y)) = E(XY) XYVar(aX bY) = a2 Var(X) + b2 Var(Y) 2ab Cov(X, Y)Product moment correlation coefficient: = Cov(X, Y)

    X

    Y

    If X = aX + b and Y = cY + d, then Cov(X, Y) = ac Cov(X, Y )For independent random variables X and Y

    E(XY) = E(X)E(Y)Var(aX bY) = a2 Var(X) + b2 Var(Y)

    Sampling distributions

    For a random sample X1, X2, . . . , Xn of n independent observations from a distribution having mean and variance 2

    X is an unbiased estimator of , with Var(X) = 2n

    S2 is an unbiased estimator of 2, where S2 = (Xi X)2n 1

    For a random sample of n observations from N(, 2)X /n N(0, 1)X S/n tn1 (also valid in matched-pairs situations)

    If X is the observed number of successes in n independent Bernoulli trials in each of which the

    probability of success is p, and Y = Xn

    , then

    E(Y) = p and Var(Y) = p(1 p)n

    For a random sample of nx observations from N(x, 2x ) and, independently, a random sample ofny observations from N(y, 2y )(X Y) (x y)(2x

    nx+ 2y

    ny) N