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The tutorials contain worked examples, that progress from easy to hard.

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GCSE(9-1) Mathematics

Logarithms: A-Level

Binomial Theorem: A-Level

Google Developer Scholarship

See the Pen Iteration for GCSE 9-1 and Pure Maths A-Level by VivaxSolutions (@VivaxSolutions) on CodePen.

You can practise iteration here by changing, x_{0} and the iterative formula in y.

This is the magic of Python Turtle. It can create amazing graphics with a few lines of code.