# Mathematics

### Graph Creator for GCSE, iGCSE AS and A-Level

In this tutorial, you will be able to learn the graphs recommended for GCSE, iGCSE and A Level. They are as follows:

• Linear Graphs - straight lines
• Cubic Graphs
• Quartic Graphs
• Reciprocal Graphs
• Exponential Graphs

#### Sketching Curves.

With the following applet, you can explore the graphs that come under GCSE(9-1), iGCSE and even A Level.

• Linear - y = mx + c
• Quadratic Graphs - y = x2
• Cubic Graphs - y = x3
• Quartic Graphs - y = x4
• Reciprocal Graphs - y = 1/x
• Exponential Graphs - y = 2x

Asymptotes

These are the points where the curve approaches the axes, as x goes to infinity or 0.
For exponential graphs, the curve approaches 0, as x approaches -∞.
For reciprocal graphs, the curve approaches -∞, ∞ or 0.

Maths is challenging; so is finding the right book. K A Stroud, in this book, cleverly managed to make all the major topics crystal clear with plenty of examples; popularity of the book speak for itself - 7th edition in print.

### Recommended - GCSE & iGCSE

This is the best book available for the new GCSE(9-1) specification and iGCSE: there are plenty of worked examples; a really good collection of problems for practising; every single topic is adequately covered; the topics are organized in a logical order.

### Recommended for A Level

This is the best book that can be recommended for the new A Level - Edexcel board: it covers every single topic in detail;lots of worked examples; ample problems for practising; beautifully and clearly presented.