We are very excited to announce our first notes on the Afrikaans set work book Lien se lankstaanskoene by Derick van der Walt. A brief summary of the first 21 chapters (up until ‘Sjerrie vir die koue‘) and the introduction is now available on our new Afrikaans literatuur page. And, as we say on our Afrikaans page, you have nothing to fear from Afrikaans!
Expanding upon our History section, we now cover some parts of South African history. Currently, we have notes on the Collapse of Apartheid (South Africa in the 1980s) and the Transition from Apartheid to Democracy (1990-1994) available for your perusal. Head on over to the History page to find them.
Also in the pipeline are notes on “Lien se lankstaanskoene” by Derick van der Walt, the Matric Afrikaans setwork book for many schools. We will keep you updated on their progress and hopefully you’ll be seeing them soon.
A delightful new note is up, running through the basics of differential calculus: first principles, the power rule and some examples are included. Includes a small side-dish of limits and average gradient.
We have finished the Life Sciences at long last. All the sections we have covered in class are up – we hope they are of assistance .
I will be uploading some Organic Chemistry notes soon, but I am focusing on Life Sciences at the moment due to our exam being on Monday.
I have opened up a page for Life Sciences notes. So far, I’ve finished two sub-sections (Nucleic Acids and Protein Synthesis) and my associate is working on Environmental Studies notes as I type this. I hope to cover the following additional sections today:
- Chromosomes and Meiosis
- Genetics and Genetic Engineering
- The Endocrine System
And if not today, then at least tomorrow:
- Asexual and sexual reproduction
- Flowers as reproductive structures
- Human reproduction