These videos are a quick reminder of composite functions for GCSE maths, and are aimed at around grade 8. Questions on compoite functions appear infrequently on GCSE papers, mainly towards Q20 onwards, and are usually non calculator.
Composite functions can be fairly challenging, although once you have practiced, should be straightforward.
– stop the video
– work through the question
– compare your solution
In the videos I've covered some examples of the usual questions, although you can download the rest of the worksheet & answers:
Download a copy of the question here: QT Composite & Inverse Functions
Here's a copy of the written answers: QT Composite & Inverse Functions ANSWERS
I hope the video helps and please leave a comment – thanks!
- Read the question thoroughly
- Work methodically
- Leave plenty of space for calculations 🙂
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