# Further Mathematics: Post your doubts here!

#### worldgoesround

Can anyone tell me about any good online resources for studying further mechanics? Any ebooks would be helpful too.

#### worldgoesround

Also can anyone help me with the derivation of angular acceleration.

#### Rizwan Javed

Anyone having the topical past papers for further maths?

#### Devinky

I currently have Pure Maths and Statistics questions sorted out from 2002 - 2012. Just trying to get the answers in before publishing.

#### Rizwan Javed

I currently have Pure Maths and Statistics questions sorted out from 2002 - 2012. Just trying to get the answers in before publishing.
okay. How much time would it take? It would be a great help to me.

#### Devinky

Well here are some chapters that I completed.

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#### Rizwan Javed

Well here are some chapters that I completed.
Thanks Please do the rest of them as well, as soon as possible.

#### MTK_CV

Hi guys, anyone got the Edexcel S6, S5 & M6 books? My teacher says that their synoptic nature may prove to be useful.

#### Devinky

um... April Fools?

#### Gambhir Bidari

Can anyone post Further Mechanics book's pdf file here, or attach it and send in My e-mail: [email protected] .

#### Thought blocker

ANy online resourse to master paper 1 and 2 both?

#### Thought blocker

Hey everyone!
I'd be glad if someone could help me through this question
Easy. Find PQ vector then take scalar product with both diirection vectors of the line and then equate them. As perpendicular lines have scalar product of zero. Then find value of the constants u used and then find Q. Use perpendicular distance from point to plane for last part.