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Cambridge Mathematics 3 Unit Year 12

Cambridge Mathematics 3 Unit Year 12

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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
 
Cambridge, New York, Melbourne, Madrid, Cape Town, Singapore, São Paulo, DelhiCambridge University Press
 
477 Williamstown Road, Port Melbourne, VIC 3207, Australiawww.cambridge.edu.auInformation on this title: www.cambridge.org/9780521658652
 
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Cambridge University Press 2000
 
First published 2000Reprinted 2001, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2007Reprinted 2009 with Student CDTypeset by Bill PenderDiagrams set in Core1Draw by Derek WardPrinted in Australia by the BPA Print Group
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Pender, W. (William)Cambridge mathematics, 3 unit : year 12 / Bill Pender… [et al].9780521658652 (pbk.)Includes index.For secondary school ageMathematics.Mathematics - Problems, exercises etc.Sadler, David.Shea, Julia.Ward, Derek.510ISBN 978-0-521-65865-2 paperback 
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Preface
.......
.
How to
Use
This BookAbout
the
Authors
. .
Contents
Chapter
One
-
The Inverse Trigonometric Functions
1A Restricting
the
Domain
........
.
1B
Defining
the
Inverse Trigonometric Functions1C
Graphs
Involving Inverse Trigonometric Functions
1D
Differentiation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
IE
Integration....................
IF
General Solutions of Trigonometric
Equations
Chapter
Two
-
Further Trigonometry
2A Trigonometric Identities
2B
The
t-
Formulae
.....
.
2C
Applications of Trigonometric Identities
2D
Trigonometric
Equations
. . . . . . . . .2E
The
Sum
of Sine
and
Cosine Functions .2F Extension -
Products to
Sums
and
Sums
to
Products
2G Three-Dimensional Trigonometry
.....
2H
Further
Three-Dimensional Trigonometry
Chapter Three
-
Motion
..............
.
3A Average Velocity
and
Speed
......
.
3B
Velocity
and
Acceleration as Derivatives3C
Integrating with
Respect
to Time
. . . .3D Simple Harmonic Motion -
The
TimeEquations
3E Motion Using Functions of Displacement . . . . .3F Simple Harmonic Motion -
The
Differential
Equation
3G Projectile Motion -
The
Time Equations
.
3H
Projectile Motion -
The
Equation
of
Path
Chapter Four
-
Polynomial
Functions
. . .
4A
The
Language of Polynomials .
4B
Graphs
of Polynomial Functions4C Division of Polynomials4D
The
Remainder and Factor
Theorems4E Consequences of
the
FactorTheorem
4F
The
Zeroes
and the
Coefficients . . .4G Geometry using Polynomial Techniques
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