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Year 12 Mathematics B

Year 12 Mathematics B

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QLD Australian Syllabus Grade 12 Mathematics B Text Book.
QLD Australian Syllabus Grade 12 Mathematics B Text Book.

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 Second edition published 2010 byJohn Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd42 McDougall Street, Milton, Qld 4064First edition published 2003Typeset in 10.5/12.5 pt Times© John Wiley & Sons Australia, Ltd 2003, 2010The moral rights of the authors have been asserted.National Library of AustraliaCataloguing-in-Publication dataAuthor: Simpson, N. P. (Nicholas Patrick), 1957–Title: Maths quest year 12 maths B for Queensland / Nick Simpson and Robert Rowland.Edition:2nd ed.ISBN:978 1 7421 6037 5 (pbk.)978 1 7421 6174 7 (web.)Series:Maths Quest seriesNotes: Includes index.Target audience:For secondary school age.Subjects: Mathematics Textbooks.Mathematics — Problems, exercises, etc.Other authors/ contributors:Rowland, Robert, 1963Dewey Number: 510
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 allows a maximum of one chapter or 10% of the pages of this work, whichever is the greater, to be reproduced and/or communicated by any educational institution for its educational purposes provided that the educational institution (or the body that administers it) has given a remuneration notice to Copyright Agency Limited (CAL).
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 Except as permitted under the Act (for example, a fair dealing for the purposes of study, research, criticism or review), no part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, communicated or transmitted in any form or by any means without prior written permission. All inquiries should be made to the publisher.Cover photograph and internal design images: © Digital VisionTypeset in India by AptaraPrinted in Singapore byCraft Print International Ltd10987654321
 
 Contents
 
IntroductionviiiAbout eBookPLUSxAcknowledgementsxi
 CHAPTER 1
  
 Modelling change and rates of change1
 
Introduction2Using functions to model change2
 
Exercise 1A9
 
Graphing polynomial functions10
 
Exercise 1B18
 Investigation — Quartics and beyond21
 
Review of differentiation22
 
Exercise 1C28
 
Rules for differentiation30
 
Exercise 1D36
 
Summary39Chapter review40eBookPLUS activities44
 CHAPTER 2
  
  Applications of differentiation45
 
Introduction46Sketching curves46
 
Exercise 2A53
 
Equations of tangents and normals55
 
Exercise 2B57
 
Maximum and minimum problems when the function is known58
 
Exercise 2C62
 
Maximum and minimum problems when the function is unknown63
 
Exercise 2D68
 Investigation — Cross-country run70
 
Rates of change71
 
Exercise 2E73
 
Summary75Chapter review76eBookPLUS activities80
 CHAPTER 3
  
 Exponential and logarithmic functions81
 
Introduction82The index laws83
 
Exercise 3A88
 
Logarithms and laws of logarithms90
 
Exercise 3B95
 
Indicial equations98
 
Exercise 3C104
 
Logarithmic equations using any base107
 
Exercise 3D112
 
Exponential equations (base
e
 
)114
 
Exercise 3E116
 Investigation — The graph of
 y
 
=
 
 Ne
  kx
 117
 
Equations with natural (base
e
 
) logarithms118
 
Exercise 3F120
 Investigation — Graphing inverse functions121
 
Exponential and logarithmic modelling121
 Investigation — An earthquake formula123
 
Exercise 3G124
 Career profile: Tony Intihar125Investigation — St Louis’ Gateway Arch126
 
Summary127Chapter review128eBookPLUS activities132
 CHAPTER 4
  
 Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions133
 
Introduction134Inverses135
 
Exercise 4A136
 
The derivative of
e
 
 x
 
137
 Investigation — The derivative of
 a
  x
 140
 
Exercise 4B141
 
The derivative of log
 
e
 
 x
 
142
 
Exercise 4C144
 
Derivatives of exponential and logarithmic functions146
 
Exercise 4D148
 
Applications of derivatives of exponential functions149
 
Exercise 4E153
 
Summary155Chapter review156eBookPLUS activities160
 CHAPTER 5
  
 Periodic functions161
 
Introduction162Revision of radians and the unit circle163
 
Exercise 5A167

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