IB Math AA SL  Questionbank
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Question 1
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Consider two consecutive positive integers, $k$ and $k+1$.
Show that the difference of their squares is equal to the sum of the two integers.
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Question 2
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Prove that the sum of three consecutive positive integers is divisible by $3$.
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Question 3
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The product of three consecutive integers is increased by the middle integer.
Prove that the result is a perfect cube.
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Show that $(2n1)^3 + (2n+1)^3 = 16n^3+12n$ for $n \in \mathbb{Z}$. [3]

Hence, or otherwise, prove that the sum of the cubes of any two consecutive odd integers is divisible by four. [3]
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The first three terms of an arithmetic sequence are $u_1, 4u_19$, and $3u_1+18$.

Show that $u_1=9$. [2]

Prove that the sum of the first $n$ terms of this arithmetic sequence is a square number. [4]
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What is the IB Math AA SL Questionbank?
The IB Math Analysis and Approaches (AA) SL Questionbank is a comprehensive set of IB Mathematics exam style questions, categorised into syllabus topic and concept, and sorted by difficulty of question. The bank of exam style questions are accompanied by high quality stepbystep markschemes and video tutorials, taught by experienced IB Mathematics teachers. The IB Mathematics AA SL Question bank is the perfect exam revision resource for IB students looking to practice IB Math exam style questions in a particular topic or concept in their AA Standard Level course.
Where should I start in the AA SL Questionbank?
The AA SL Questionbank is designed to help IB students practice AA SL exam style questions in a specific topic or concept. Therefore, a good place to start is by identifying a concept that you would like to practice and improve in and go to that area of the AA SL Question bank. For example, if you want to practice AA SL exam style questions that have Exponents & Logarithms in them, you can go to AA SL Topic 1 (Number & Algebra) and go to the Exponents & Logarithms area of the question bank. On this page there is a carefully designed set of IB Math AA SL exam style questions, progressing in order of difficulty from easiest to hardest. If you’re just getting started with your revision, you could start at the top of the page with Question 1, or if you already have some confidence, you could start at the medium difficulty questions and progress down.
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Questionbank
All the questions you could need! Sorted by topic and arranged by difficulty, with mark schemes and video solutions for every question.
Practice Exams
Choose your revision tool! Contains topic quizzes for focused study, Revision Village mock exams covering the whole syllabus, and the revision ladder to precisely target your learning.
Key Concepts
Helpful refreshers summarizing exactly what you need to know about the most important concepts covered in the course.
Past Papers
Full worked solutions to all past paper questions, taught by experienced IB instructors.