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maximums and minimums 143 Exercise 3K 146 3l Modelling using technology 148 Exercise 3L 150 . range.Contents Introduction ix About eBookPLUS xi Acknowledgements xii CHAPTER 1 2h The discriminant 70 Exercise 2H 74 2i Graphs of quadratic functions as power Linear functions 1 1a Solving linear equations and inequations 1 Exercise 1A 5 1b Rearrangement and substitution 6 Exercise 1B 9 1C Gradient of a straight line 11 Exercise 1C 13 1d Sketching linear functions 16 functions (turning point form) 75 Exercise 2I 78 2J Graphs of quadratic functions (intercepts method) 80 Exercise 2J 89 2k Using technology to solve quadratic equations 91 Exercise 2K 94 2l Simultaneous quadratic and linear equations 95 Exercise 2L 100 Summary 102 Chapter review 104 eBookPLUS activities 108 Exercise 1D 19 1e Simultaneous equations 21 Exercise 1E 24 1F Finding the equation of a straight line 25 Exercise 1F 27 1G Distance between two points and midpoint of a segment 29 Exercise 1G 30 1H Linear modelling 32 Exercise 1H 34 Summary 36 Chapter review 37 eBookPLUS activities 42 CHAPTER 3 Cubic and quartic functions 109 3a Expanding 109 Exercise 3A 111 3B Long division of polynomials 111 Exercise 3B 114 3C Polynomial values 115 Exercise 3C 117 3d The remainder and factor theorems 118 CHAPTER 2 Exercise 3D 120 3E Factorising polynomials 121 Quadratic functions 43 2a Polynomials 43 Exercise 3E 123 3F Sum and difference of two cubes 124 Exercise 2A 45 2b Expanding quadratic expressions 46 Exercise 3F 125 3G Solving polynomial equations 126 Exercise 2B 48 2c Factorising quadratic expressions 49 Exercise 3G 129 3H Cubic graphs — intercepts method 129 Exercise 2C 52 2d Factorising by completing the square 53 Exercise 3H 134 3I Quartic graphs — intercepts method 136 Exercise 2D 56 2e Solving quadratic equations — Null Factor Exercise 3I 138 3J Graphs of cubic functions in power Law 56 Exercise 2E 59 2f Solving quadratic equations — completing the square 61 Exercise 2F 64 2g The quadratic formula 65 Exercise 2G 68 function form 139 Exercise 3J 142 3k Domain.
truncus and square root function) 187 Exercise 4E 195 Function notation 195 Exercise 4F 199 Special types of function (including hybrid functions) 200 Exercise 4G 204 Inverse relations and functions 206 Exercise 4H 207 Circles 208 Exercise 4I 210 Functions and modelling 212 Exercise 4J 213 Circular functions 267 6A Trigonometric ratio revision 267 Exercise 6A 269 6B The unit circle 271 Exercise 6B 275 6C Radians 276 Exercise 6C 279 6D Symmetry 280 Exercise 6D 284 6E Identities 285 Exercise 6E 288 6F Sine and cosine graphs 289 Exercise 6F 295 6G Tangent graphs 297 Exercise 6G 300 6H Solving trigonometric equations 301 Exercise 6H 308 6I Applications 309 Exercise 6I 311 Summary 314 Chapter review 317 eBookPLUS activities 323 Summary 216 Chapter review 218 eBookPLUS activities 225 Exam Practice 2 CHAPTER 5 Based on Chapters 1–6 324 Exponential and logarithmic functions 226 5A 5B 5C 5D CHAPTER 7 Introduction 226 Index laws 227 Exercise 5A 231 Negative and rational powers 232 Exercise 5B 235 Indicial equations 235 Exercise 5C 238 Graphs of exponential functions 238 Exercise 5D 243 Matrices 326 7A Addition and subtraction of matrices 326 Exercise 7A 334 7B Multiplying matrices 335 Exercise 7B 337 7C Solving matrix equations 339 Exercise 7C 344 7D Matrices and transformations 345 Exercise 7D 348 vi Contents . 3m Finite differences 152 5E Logarithms 244 Exercise 3M 157 Summary 159 Chapter review 162 eBookPLUS activities 167 Exercise 5E 247 5F Solving logarithmic equations 248 Exercise 5F 250 5G Logarithmic graphs 251 Exercise 5G 252 Exam Practice 1 Based on Chapters 1–3 168 5H Applications of exponential and logarithmic functions 253 Exercise 5H 255 CHAPTER 4 Relations. functions and transformations 170 4A Set notation 170 4B 4C 4D 4E Summary 259 Chapter review 262 eBookPLUS activities 266 CHAPTER 6 4F 4G 4H 4I 4J Exercise 4A 172 Relations and graphs 173 Exercise 4B 175 Domain and range 177 Exercise 4C 181 Types of relations (including functions) 183 Exercise 4D 185 Power functions (hyperbola.
rational 11F 11G 9C 9D 9E 9F and hybrid functions 415 Exercise 9B 418 Differentiation using first principles 420 Exercise 9C 423 Finding derivatives by rule 423 Exercise 9D 430 Antidifferentiation 432 Exercise 9E 435 Deriving the original function from the gradient function 437 Exercise 9F 439 11H 11I probability 482 Exercise 11A 484 Calculating probabilities 486 Exercise 11B 490 Tree diagrams and lattice diagrams 491 Exercise 11C 494 The Addition Law of Probabilities 496 Exercise 11D 500 Karnaugh maps and probability tables 502 Exercise 11E 505 Conditional probability 508 Exercise 11F 511 Transition matrices and Markov chains 513 Exercise 11G 518 Independent events 520 Exercise 11H 524 Simulation 526 Exercise 11I 528 Summary 531 Chapter review 533 eBookPLUS activities 539 Contents vii .Summary 351 Chapter review 353 eBookPLUS activities 357 Summary 442 Chapter review 444 eBookPLUS activities 448 Exam Practice 3 Based on Chapters 1–7 358 CHAPTER 10 Applications of differentiation 449 10A Rates of change 449 CHAPTER 8 Exercise 10A 453 10B Sketching graphs containing stationary Rates of change 360 8A Identifying rates 360 Exercise 8A 362 8B Constant rates 363 Exercise 8B 365 8C Variable rates 368 Exercise 8C 369 8D Average rates of change 370 8E 8F 8G points 455 Exercise 10B 460 10C Solving maximum and minimum problems 462 Exercise 10C 465 10D Applications of antidifferentiation 467 Exercise 10D 471 Summary 474 Chapter review 475 eBookPLUS activities 479 8H 8I Exercise 8D 373 Instantaneous rates 375 Exercise 8E 377 Motion graphs (kinematics) 379 Exercise 8F 382 Relating the gradient function to the original function 387 Exercise 8G 388 Relating velocity–time graphs to position–time graphs 389 Exercise 8H 391 Rates of change of polynomials 394 Exercise 8I 399 Exam Practice 4 Based on Chapters 1–10 480 CHAPTER 11 Introductory probability 482 11A Introduction to experimental Summary 402 Chapter review 404 eBookPLUS activities 409 11B 11C 11D 11E CHAPTER 9 Differentiation 410 9A Introduction to limits 410 Exercise 9A 413 9B Limits of discontinuous.
CHAPTER 12 12G Combinations using nCr 561 Combinatorics 540 12A The addition and multiplication Exercise 12G 564 12H Applications to probability 566 12B 12C 12D 12E 12F principles 540 Exercise 12A 543 Permutations 544 Exercise 12B 546 Factorials 548 Exercise 12C 549 Permutations using nPr 550 Exercise 12D 553 Permutations involving restrictions 555 Exercise 12E 558 Arrangements in a circle 559 Exercise 12F 561 Exercise 12H 569 Summary 572 Chapter review 573 eBookPLUS activities 577 Exam Practice 5 Based on Chapters 1–12 578 Answers 580 Index 638 viii Contents .
Introduction Maths Quest 11 Mathematical Methods CAS Second edition is specifically designed for the VCE Mathematical Methods CAS course and based on the award-winning Maths Quest series. Each chapter concludes with a summary and chapter review exercise containing examinationstyle questions (multiple choice. A selection of questions are tagged as technology-free to indicate to students that they should avoid using their calculators or other technologies to assist them in finding a solution. concise theory sections contain worked examples and highlighted important text and remember boxes. Technology is fully integrated (in line with VCE recommendations). school or home computers. Investigations. Icons appear for the eBookPLUS to indicate that interactivities and eLessons are available online to help with the teaching and learning of particular concepts. Exercises contain many carefully graded skills and application problems. often suggesting the use of technology. short answer and extended response). Cross-references to relevant worked examples appear with the first ‘matching’ question throughout the exercises. Career profiles and History of mathematics place mathematical concepts in context. including time and mark allocations for each question. stimulating photos and to make navigation through the text easier. Clear. This resource contains: • a student textbook with accompanying eBookPLUS and • a teacher edition with accompanying eGuidePLUS. Students may use the eBookPLUS on laptops. to provide bright. provide further discovery learning opportunities. Student textbook Full colour is used throughout to produce clearer graphs and headings. Introduction ix . Worked examples in a Think/Write format provide clear explanation of key steps and suggest presentation of solutions. including multiple choice questions. Fully worked solutions are available on the eBookPLUS for students. and cut and paste material for revision. Student website — eBookPLUS The accompanying eBookPLUS contains the entire student textbook in HTML plus additional exercises. assignments or the creation of notes for exams. Exam practice sections contain exam style questions. Worked examples also contain CAS calculator instructions and screens to exemplify judicious use of the calculator. which help consolidate students’ learning of new concepts. Also included are questions from past VCE exams along with relevant Exam tips. Exercises also contain questions from past VCE examination papers as well as Exam tips. Many worked examples have eBookPLUS icons to indicate that a Tutorial is available to elucidate the concepts being explained.
Interactivity icons link to dynamic animations which help students to understand difficult concepts. such as exercises. Test yourself tests are also available and answers are provided for students to receive instant feedback. eLesson icons link to videos or animations designed to elucidate concepts in ways other than what the teacher can achieve in the classroom. Maths Quest 11 Mathematical Methods CAS provides ample material. and contain additional examples and problems.WorkSHEET icons link to editable Word documents. Two tests per chapter. investigations. the work program and other curriculum advice in editable Word format are provided. from which teachers may set school assessed coursework (SAC). worksheets and technology files. Tutorial icons link to one-way engagement activities which explain the worked examples in detail for students to view at home or in the classroom. Teacher website — eGuidePLUS The accompanying eGuidePLUS contains everything in the eBookPLUS and more. analysis questions. and may be completed on screen or printed and completed by hand. fully worked solutions to WorkSHEETs. SkillSHEET icons link to printable pages designed to help students revise required concepts. x Introduction . Maths Quest is a rich collection of teaching and learning resources within one package.
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