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PURE AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS
1.3.1 RULES OF INFERENCE
1.3.2 PROOF BY EXHAUSTION
1.3.3 DIRECT PROOF
MATHEMATICS AND OTHER DISCIPLINES
THE EXTENDED ESSAY
2.1.1 THE REAL NUMBER LINE
2.1.2 SET BUILDER NOTATION
2.1.3 INTERVAL NOTATION
THE REAL NUMBER LINE
2.1.4 NUMBER SYSTEMS
2.1.5 IRRATIONAL NUMBERS
2.1.6 THE ABSOLUTE VALUE
2.2.1 REVIEW OF LINEAR EQUATIONS
2.2.2 LINEAR INEQUATIONS
2.3.1 GRAPH OF THE LINEAR FUNCTION
2.3.2 SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS IN TWO UNKNOWNS
2.3.3 SIMULTANEOUS LINEAR EQUATIONS IN THREE UNKNOWNS
2.4.4 SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS INVOLVING LINEAR – QUADRATIC EQUATIONS
3.1.2 ADDITION AND MULTIPLICATION OF POLYNOMIALS
ALGEBRA OF POLYNOMIALS
3.1.3 DIVISION OF POLYNOMIALS
SYNTHETIC DIVISION
THE REMAINDER THEOREM
THE FACTOR THEOREM
3.5.1 POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS
3.5.2 POLYNOMIAL INEQUATIONS
3.6.1 GRAPHICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF ROOTS
SKETCHING POLYNOMIALS
3.6.2 CUBIC FUNCTIONS
4.1.1 THE BINOMIAL THEOREM
THE BINOMIAL THEOREM
4.1.2 THE GENERAL TERM
5.1.1 RELATIONS
5.3.2 THE ABSOLUTE VALUE FUNCTION
5.3.3 THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION
5.3.4 THE LOGARITHMIC FUNCTION
5.3.5 EQUATIONS OF THE FORM
5.4.1 BASIC OPERATIONS AND COMPOSITE FUNCTIONS
ALGEBRA OF FUNCTIONS
5.4.2 IDENTITY AND INVERSE FUNCTIONS
6.1.1 HORIZONTAL TRANSLATION
6.1.2 VERTICAL TRANSLATION
6.2.1 DILATION FROM THE X–AXIS
6.2.2 DILATION FROM THE Y–AXIS
RECIPROCAL OF A FUNCTION
7.1.1 BASIC RULES OF INDICES
7.1.2 INDICIAL EQUATIONS
7.1.3 EQUATIONS OF THE FORM
7.1.4 WHAT IF THE BASE IS NOT THE SAME?
7.1.5 A SPECIAL BASE
EXPONENTIAL MODELLING
7.3.1 WHAT ARE LOGARITHMS?
7.3.2 CAN WE FIND THE LOGARITHM OF A NEGATIVE NUMBER?
THE ALGEBRA OF LOGARITHMS
LOGARITHMIC MODELLING
8.1.1 ARITHMETIC SEQUENCES
8.1.2 ARITHMETIC SERIES
8.1.3 SIGMA NOTATION
8.2.1 GEOMETRIC SEQUENCES
8.2.2 GEOMETRIC SERIES
8.2.3 COMBINED A.PS AND G.PS
8.2.4 CONVERGENT SERIES
8.3.1 COMPOUND INTEREST
8.3.2 SUPERANNUATION
9.1.2 EXACT VALUES
TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS
9.2.1 ANGLE OF ELEVATION AND DEPRESSION
9.2.2 BEARINGS
RIGHT ANGLES IN 3–DIMENSIONS
AREA OF A TRIANGLE
9.5.1 THE SINE RULE
NON RIGHT-ANGLED TRIANGLES
9.5.2 THE AMBIGUOUS CASE
9.5.3 APPLICATIONS OF THE SINE RULE
9.5.4 THE COSINE RULE
9.5.5 APPLICATIONS OF THE COSINE RULE
MORE APPLICATIONS IN 3–D
9.7.1 RADIAN MEASURE OF AN ANGLE
9.7.2 ARC LENGTH
9.7.3 AREA OF SECTOR
10.1.1 THE UNIT CIRCLE
10.1.2 ANGLE OF ANY MAGNITUDE
10.2.1 THE FUNDAMENTAL IDENTITY
TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES
10.2.2 COMPOUND ANGLE IDENTITIES
10.3.1 THE SINE, COSINE AND TANGENT FUNCTIONS
TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
10.3.2 TRANSFORMATIONS OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
10.4.1 THE INVERSE SINE FUNCTION
INVERSE TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
10.4.2 THE INVERSE COSINE FUNCTION
10.4.3 THE INVERSE TANGENT FUNCTION
TRIGONOMETRIC EQUATIONS
11.1.1 INTRODUCTION
11.1.2 Notation and
COMPLEX NUMBERS
11.1.3 USING THE TI–83 WITH COMPLEX NUMBERS
11.1.4 THE ALGEBRA OF COMPLEX NUMBERS
11.2.1 THE ARGAND DIAGRAM
11.2.2 GEOMETRICAL PROPERTIES OF COMPLEX NUMBERS
11.4.2 POLYNOMIAL EQUATIONS (OF ORDER ≥ 3)
11.4.3 SOLUTION TO EQUATIONS OF THE FORM
11.5.1 THE TRIANGLE INEQUALITY
11.5.2 DE MOIVRE’S THEOREM
MISCELLANEOUS PROOFS
11.5.3 FUNDAMENTAL THEOREM OF ALGEBRA
11.5.4 CONJUGATE ROOT THEOREM
12.1.1 THE PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION AND PROOFS
MATHEMATICAL INDUCTION
FURTHER EXAMPLES PART 1
FURTHER EXAMPLES PART 2
12.4.2 THE SUM TO TERMS OF A SEQUENCE
13.1.1 DATA COLLECTION
13.1.3 DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DATA
13.2.1 PRODUCING A FREQUENCY DIAGRAM
13.2.2 USING A GRAPHICS CALCULATOR
13.3.1 MEASURE OF CENTRAL TENDENCY
13.3.2 MODE
13.3.3 MEAN
STATISTICAL MEASURES 1
14.1.3 PERMUTATIONS
15.1.1 PROBABILITY AS A LONG–TERM RELATIVE FREQUENCY
15.1.2 THEORETICAL PROBABILITY
PROBABILITY
15.1.3 LAWS OF PROBABILITY
15.1.4 DEFINITION OF PROBABILITY
15.1.5 PROBLEM SOLVING STRATEGIES IN PROBABILITY
PROBABILITY & VENN DIAGRAMS
15.3.1 INFORMAL DEFINITION OF CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY
15.3.2 FORMAL DEFINITION OF CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY
CONDITIONAL PROBABILITY
15.3.3 INDEPENDENCE
15.4.1 LAW OF TOTAL PROBABILITY
15.4.2 BAYES’ THEOREM FOR TWO EVENTS
16.1.1 CONCEPT OF A RANDOM VARIABLE
16.1.2 DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLE
DISCRETE RANDOM VARIABLES
16.1.3 PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS
16.1.4 PROPERTIES OF THE PROBABILITY FUNCTION
16.3.5 EXPECTATION, MODE AND VARIANCE FOR THE BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION
16.4.1 HYPERGEOMETRIC DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION
HYPERGEOMETRIC DISTRIBUTION
16.4.2 MEAN AND VARIANCE OF THE HYPERGEOMETRIC DISTRIBUTION
16.5.1 POISSON DISTRIBUTION FUNCTION
POISSON DISTRIBUTION
16.5.2 POISSON RECURRENCE FORMULA
16.5.3 MEAN AND VARIANCE OF THE POISSON DISTRIBUTION
16.5.4 POISSON AS A LIMIT OF BINOMIAL
17.1.1 WHY THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION?
17.1.2 THE STANDARD NORMAL CURVE
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
17.1.3 USING THE STANDARD NORMAL TABLE
17.2.1 THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
17.2.2 PROPERTIES OF THIS CURVE
17.2.3 FINDING PROBABILITIES USING THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
17.2.4 THE STANDARD NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
17.2.5 FINDING PROBABILITIES
17.2.6 STANDARDISING ANY NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
17.2.7 INVERSE PROBLEMS
17.2.8 FINDING QUANTILES
18.1.1 FUNCTIONAL DEPENDENCE
QUANTITATIVE MEASURE
18.1.2 QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF CHANGE
18.1.3 AVERAGE RATE OF CHANGE
18.1.4 DETERMINING THE AVERAGE RATE OF CHANGE
18.1.5 VELOCITY AS A MEASURE OF THE RATE OF CHANGE OF DISPLACEMENT
18.2.1 QUALITATIVE ASPECTS OF CHANGE
18.2.2 DESCRIBING THE BEHAVIOUR OF A GRAPH
18.2.3 PRODUCING A GRAPH FROM A PHYSICAL SITUATION
18.3.1 INFORMAL IDEA OF LIMITS
INSTANTANEOUS RATE OF CHANGE
18.4.1 THE DERIVATIVE AND THE GRADIENT FUNCTION
DIFFERENTIATION PROCESS
18.4.2 NOTATION AND LANGUAGE
19.1.1REVIEW
19.1.2 POWER RULE FOR DIFFERENTIATION
19.1.3 DERIVATIVE OF A SUM OR DIFFERENCE
19.2.1THE VALUE OF THE DERIVATIVE AT A PARTICULAR POINT ON A CURVE
19.2.3 DIFFERENTIATING WITH VARIABLES OTHER THAN
19.3.1 DERIVATIVE OF CIRCULAR TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
19.3.2 DERIVATIVE OF THE EXPONENTIAL FUNCTION
19.3.3 DERIVATIVE OF THE NATURAL LOG FUNCTION
19.3.4 DERIVATIVE OF A PRODUCT OF FUNCTIONS
19.3.5 DERIVATIVE OF A QUOTIENT OF FUNCTIONS
19.3.6 THE CHAIN RULE
19.3.7 DERIVATIVE OF RECIPROCAL CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS
19.4.1 DERIVATIVE OF
19.4.2 DERIVATIVE OF
19.4.3 DERIVATIVE OF
19.4.4 GENERALISATIONS FOR THE DERIVATIVE OF THE INVERSE CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS
19.5.1 DIFFERENTIATING
19.5.2 DIFFERENTIATING
19.5.3 GENERALISATION OF EXPONENTIAL AND LOGARITHMIC DERIVATIVES
19.7.1 IMPLICIT RELATIONS
IMPLICIT DIFFERENTIATION
19.7.2 SECOND DERIVATIVES
19.8.3 PRODUCT RULE AND QUOTIENT RULE
19.8.4 DERIVATIVE OF SOME TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS
20.1.1 EQUATION OF TANGENT
TANGENTS AND NORMALS
20.1.2 EQUATION OF NORMAL
20.2.1 INCREASING AND DECREASING FUNCTIONS
20.2.2 STATIONARY POINTS
20.2.3 GLOBAL MAXIMA AND MINIMA
20.2.4 VERTICAL TANGENTS AND CUSPS
20.2.5 SUMMARY
20.4.1 SKETCHING THE GRAPH OF
20.4.2 OTHER RATIONAL FUNCTIONS
20.4.3 OBLIQUE AND CURVED ASYMPTOTES
21.1.2 RATES OF CHANGE AND THEIR SIGN
APPLIED RATES OF CHANGE
Application to economics
Application to kinematics
21.3.1 MOTION ALONG A STRAIGHT LINE
21.5.1 MAXIMA–MINIMA PROBLEMS
21.5.2 END POINT MAXIMA/MINIMA PROBLEMS
21.5.3 OPTIMISATION FOR INTEGER VALUED VARIABLES
22.1.1 ANTIDIFFERENTIATION & THE INDEFINITE INTEGRAL
22.1.2 LANGUAGE AND NOTATION
22.1.3 DETERMINING THE INDEFINITE INTEGRAL
22.1.4 PROPERTIES OF THE INDEFINITE INTEGRAL
22.4.1 WHY THE DEFINITE INTEGRAL?
22.4.2 LANGUAGE AND NOTATION
22.4.3 PROPERTIES OF THE DEFINITE INTEGRAL
22.5.1 INTRODUCTION TO THE AREA BENEATH A CURVE
22.5.2 IN SEARCH OF A BETTER APPROXIMATION
22.5.3 TOWARDS AN EXACT AREA
22.5.4 THE DEFINITE INTEGRAL AND AREAS
22.5.6 THE SIGNED AREA
22.5.7 STEPS FOR FINDING AREAS
22.5.8 AREA BETWEEN TWO CURVES
APPLICATIONS TO KINEMATICS
22.7.1 CONTINUOUS RANDOM VARIABLES
APPLICATIONS TO PROBABILITY
22.7.2 MODE, MEAN, MEDIAN AND VARIANCE
VOLUMES (SOLID OF REVOLUTION)
INTEGRATION BY SUBSTITUTION
23.1.2 SUBSTITUTION RULE
23.2.1 THE BASICS
INTEGRATION BY PARTS
23.2.2 REPEATED INTEGRATION BY PARTS
24.1.1 WHAT ARE DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS?
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
24.1.2 VERIFYING SOLUTIONS
SOLVING DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
INTRODUCTION TO MATRICES
25.1.2 MATRIX MULTIPLICATION
25.2.1 INVERSE AND DETERMINANT OF 2 BY 2 MATRICES
INVERSES AND DETERMINANTS
25.2.2 INVERSE AND DETERMINANT OF 3 BY 3 MATRICES
SIMULTANEOUS EQUATIONS
26.1.1 SCALAR AND VECTOR QUANTITIES
INTRODUCTION TO VECTORS
26.2.1 DIRECTED LINE SEGMENT
26.2.2 MAGNITUDE OF A VECTOR
26.2.3 EQUAL VECTORS
REPRESENTING VECTORS
26.2.4 NEGATIVE VECTORS
26.2.5 ZERO VECTOR
26.2.6 ORIENTATION AND VECTORS
26.3.2 SUBTRACTION OF VECTORS
26.3.3 MULTIPLICATION OF VECTORS BY SCALARS
26.3.4 ANGLE BETWEEN VECTORS
26.3.5 APPLICATIONS TO GEOMETRY
26.6.5 USING A GRAPHICS CALCULATOR
26.7.1 VECTOR EQUATION OF A LINE IN 2–D
VECTOR EQUATION OF A LINE
26.7.2 LINES IN THREE DIMENSIONS
27.1.1 VECTOR PRODUCT
27.1.2 VECTOR FORM OF THE VECTOR PRODUCT
27.1.3 APPLICATIONS OF THE VECTOR PRODUCT
27.2.1 VECTOR EQUATION OF A PLANE
PLANES IN 3-DIMENSIONS
27.2.2 CARTESIAN EQUATION OF A PLANE
27.2.3 NORMAL VECTOR FORM OF A PLANE
27.2.4 THE NORMAL FORM
27.3.1 INTERSECTION OF TWO LINES
27.3.2 INTERSECTION OF A LINE AND A PLANE
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