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Other functions

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Higher tier

Higher ref

Pupils should be taught to:

Use their previous understanding of integers and HN1.1, HN2.1

place value to deal with arbitrarily large positive

numbers and round them to a given power of 10.

Understand and use negative integers, both as

positions and translations on a number line.

Order integers.

HN1.3

HN1I

(divisor), multiple and common factor, highest

common factor, least common multiple, prime

number and prime factor decomposition.

HA1I, HA1.4, HA1.5,

HN3.1, HN5.1

negative square root, cube and cube root.

Use index notation and index laws for

multiplication and division of integer powers.

Use standard index form expressed in

conventional notation and on a calculator display.

HN6.2

HN5I, HN5.1, HN5.2,

HN5.3, HN5.4, HN5.5

HN5.4, HN5.5

fraction by cancelling all common factors.

Order fractions by rewriting them with a common

denominator.

Recognise that each terminating decimal is a

fraction.

Order decimals.

HN7.1

HA2I, HA3.1

fractions, and that some exact fractions are

recurring decimals.

Understand that 'percentage' means 'number of

parts per 100' and use this to compare

proportions.

Interpret percentage as the operator 'so many

hundredths of'.

HN3.4, HN3.5

HN3.5, HN3.4

HN1.1

HN7I, HN7.2, HN7.5,

HN8.4

HN3.4, HD2I, HN4.1,

HN7I, HN7.2, HN7.3,

HN7.4

HN7.2, HN7.4, HN7.5,

HN8I, HN8.4

HN8.1, HN8.2, HN8.3,

HN8.4, HS7I

simplest form and its various links to fraction

notation.

Multiply or divide any number by powers of 10

HN1.3, HN6.3, HN1.1

and any positive number by a number between 0

and 1.

integers.

Understand reciprocal as multiplicative inverse,

knowing that any non-zero number multiplied by

its reciprocal is 1 (and that zero has no

reciprocal, because division by zero is not

defined).

HA2.4, HN3.3, HA5.3,

HN5.3

HN1.3

Use index laws to simplify and calculate the value HN5.3, HN5.4, HN5.5,

of numerical expressions involving multiplication HN5.1, HN5.2

and division of integer, fractional and negative

powers.

Use inverse operations, understanding that the

inverse operation of raising a positive number to

power n is raising the result of this operation to

power 1/n.

HA5.3

HA3.2, HN5.2, HN5.3,

HN6I, HN6.1, HN6.2

HN4I, HN4.1, HD4I,

expressing the answer as a fraction.

HN7.1, HD5I

Express a given number as a fraction of another. HN4.1

Add and subtract fractions by writing them with a HN3.2, HD3I, HD6I

common denominator.

Perform a short division to convert a simple

HN3I, HN3.4, HD3I,

fraction to a decimal.

HN7.1

Distinguish between fractions with denominators HN3.4, HN3.5

that have only prime factors of 2 and 5 (which are

represented by terminating decimals), and other

fractions (which are represented by recurring

decimals).

Convert a recurring decimal to a fraction.

HN3.5

Understand and use unit fractions as

HN3.3

multiplicative inverses.

Multiply and divide a given fraction by an integer, HN3.3, HD3I, HD6I

by a unit fraction and by a general fraction.

Convert simple fractions of a whole to

percentages of the whole and vice versa.

Understand the multiplicative nature of

percentages as operators.

HN7.5, HN8.4

HN7.2, HN4.5

transformed amount after a percentage change.

HN7.5, HN8.5

Divide a quantity in a given ratio.

HN8.5, HN7.5

HN8.1, HN8.2, HN8.3,

HN8.4

Recall integer squares from 11 11 to 15 15

HA3.1, HA3.5, HN5.2,

and the corresponding square roots, the cubes of HN5.3

2, 3, 4, 5 and 10, and recall the fact that n0 = 1

and n-1 = 1/n for positive integers n, the

corresponding rule for negative numbers, n = n

and n1/3= n for any positive number n.

Round to a given number of significant figures.

calculation.

Derive unknown facts from those they know.

Convert between ordinary and standard index

form representations, converting to standard

index form to make sensible estimates for

calculations involving multiplications and/or

division.

Add and subtract mentally numbers with up to

one decimal place.

Multiply and divide numbers with no more than

one decimal digit, using the commutative,

associative, and distributive laws and

factorisation where possible, or place value

adjustments.

HN5.5, HN6I, HN6.1,

HN6.5

HA1I, HN2I, HN2.1,

HN2.2, HN6I, HN6.1,

HN6.3

HN2.4, HN2.5, HA2.3,

HA2.4, HN6.3

HN5.4, HN5.5

HN2.2, HD6I

HN1.1, HN2.4, HN6.3

HN2.5, HN6.4

using an integer.

Understand where to position the decimal point HN2.3, HN2.5, HN6.4

by considering what happens if they multiply

equivalent fractions, e.g. given thatwork out .

Use efficient methods to calculate with fractions,

including cancelling common factors before

carrying out the calculation, recognising that, in

many cases, only a fraction can express the

exact answer.

HN3.5, HN7.1

percentage increase and decrease.

HN7.4, HN7.5

Reverse percentages.

Solve word problems about ratio and proportion,

including using informal strategies and the unitary

method of solution.

HN8.5, HN7.5

HN4.1, HN4.2, HN4.3,

HN4.5, HN8I, HN8.1,

HN8.2, HN8.3, HN8.4

multiplier raised to a power.

Calculate an unknown quantity from quantities

that vary in direct or inverse proportion.

HN7.4

HN5.4, HN5.5

calculator.

Rationalise a denominator such as 1/3 = 3/3.

HN6.2

knowing how to enter complex calculations.

HN6.2, HN6.3, HN6.4,

HN6.5

Use an extended range of function keys,

HS8.1, HS8.2, HS8.3,

including trigonometrical and statistical functions HS8.4, HS8.5

relevant across this programme of study.

HN6.5

involving measures.

Understand the calculator display, knowing when HN3.4, HN6.5, HS6.2

to interpret the display, when the display has

been rounded by the calculator, and not to round

during the intermediate steps of a calculation.

Use calculators, or written methods, to calculate

the upper and lower bounds of calculations,

particularly when working with measurements.

HN6.5

to enter numbers in standard index form.

Use calculators for reverse percentage

calculations by doing an appropriate division.

Use calculators to explore exponential growth

and decay, using a multiplier and the power key.

HN5.4, HN5.5

HN8.5, HN7.5

inverse operations (including powers and roots),

and of methods of simplification (including

factorisation and the use of the commutative,

associative and distributive laws of addition,

multiplication and factorisation) in order to select

and use suitable strategies and techniques to

solve problems and word problems, including

those involving ratio and proportion repeated

proportional change, fractions, percentages and

reverse percentages, inverse proportion, surds,

measures and conversion between measures,

and compound measures defined within a

particular situation.

HN4.5, HN7.4, HS6.5,

HN8.1, HN8.2, HN8.3,

HN8.4, HN8.5, HN6.2,

HN7.5

HN2.3, HN2.4, HN2.5,

HN6I, HN6.1, HN6.2,

HN6.3, HN6.4

accuracy for answers to problems.

Recognise limitations on the accuracy of data

and measurements.

Distinguish the different roles played by letter

symbols in algebra, using the correct notational

conventions for multiplying or dividing by a given

number, and knowing that letter symbols

represent definite unknown numbers in

equations, defined quantities or variables in

formulae, general, unspecified and independent

numbers in identities, and in functions they define

new expressions or quantities by referring to

known quantities.

HS6.2

HN6.5

entities obeys and generalises the well-defined

rules of generalised arithmetic.

Manipulate algebraic expressions by collecting

like terms, multiplying a single term over a

bracket and taking out common factors, factorise

quadratic expressions, including the difference of

two squares, and cancel common factors in

rational expressions.

HA2.1, HA5.3, HA5.4,

HA5.5

HA1.1, HA1.2, HA1.4,

HA1.5, HA6I, HA6.2

HA1.3, HA6I

HA2I, HA5.1, HA5.2

equation, formula, identity and expression.

HA5.1

powers, and simple instances of index laws.

Substitute positive and negative numbers into

expressions such as 3x + 4 and 2x.

Set up simple equations.

HA1.1, HN5.2

operations or by transforming both sides in the

same way.

Solve linear equations in one unknown, with

integer coefficients, in which the unknown

appears on either side or on both sides of the

equation.

HA2.1, HA6.1

simplification of brackets, including those that

have negative signs occurring anywhere in the

equation, and those with a negative solution.

subjects.

HA5.3, HA5.4, HA5.2,

HA5.5

HA3I, HA3.2, HA5.1

HA1.3, HA6.1, HA6.3,

HA6.5, HA2.2, HA2.3

where the subject occurs twice and where a

power of the subject appears.

Generate a formula.

other problems involving direct proportion or

inverse proportion and relate algebraic solutions

to graphical representation of the equations.

HA8.4

equations in two unknowns by eliminating a

variable and interpret the equations as lines and

their common solution as the point of

intersection.

represent the solution set on a number line.

Solve several linear inequalities in two variables

and find the solution set.

HA2.5

HA5.2, HA5.5

completing the square and using the quadratic

formula.

HA6.2

simultaneous equations in two unknowns, one of

which is linear in each unknown, and the other is

linear in one unknown and quadratic in the other,

or where the second is of the form x + y = r.

Use systematic trial and improvement to find

approximate solutions of equations where there

is no simple analytical method of solving them.

HA6.3

and position-to-term definitions of the sequence.

Generate common integer sequences (including

sequences of odd or even integers, squared

integers, powers of 2, powers of 10, triangular

numbers).

of an arithmetic sequence, justifying its form by

reference to the activity or context from which it

was generated.

Use the conventions for coordinates in the plane. HA4I, HS7I, HA4.2,

HA4.1, HS4.5

Plot points in all four quadrants.

Recognise (when values are given for m and c) HA4.1, HA4.2, HA7I

that equations of the form y = mx + c correspond

to straight-line graphs in the coordinate plane.

Plot graphs of functions in which y is given

explicitly in terms of x, or implicitly.

HS3I, HA7I

the form y = mx+ c (when values are given for m

and c).

Understand that the form y = mx+c represents a

straight line and that m is the gradient of the lines

and c is the value of y intercept.

HA8.4

HA4.3, HA4.4, HA4.5,

HS3I, HA7I, HA8I,

HA8.4

perpendicular to each other.

Construct linear functions and plot the

corresponding graphs arising from real-life

functions.

Discuss and interpret graphs modelling real

situations.

HA4.1, HA8.1, HA8.2,

HA8.3, HA8.4

HA4.1, HD5I, HA8.1,

HA8.2, HA8.3, HA8.4,

HA8.5

HA7.1, HA8.5

quadratic functions, then more general quadratic

functions.

Find approximate solutions of a quadratic

HA7.1, HA7.4, HA8.5

equation from the graph of the corresponding

quadratic function.

Find the intersection points of the graphs of a

HA7.4, HA7.5

linear and quadratic function, knowing that these

are the approximate solutions of the

corresponding simultaneous equations

representing the linear and quadratic functions.

Plot graphs of simple cubic functions, the

HA7.2, HA7.4, HA7.5

reciprocal function y = 1/x with x 0, the

exponential function y = kx for integer values of x

and simple positive values of k, the circular

functions y = sinx and y = cosx, using a

spreadsheet or graph plotter as well as pencil

and paper.

Recognise the characteristic shapes of all these

functions.

y = f(x) + a, y = f(ax), y = f(x + a), y = af(x) for

linear, quadratic, sine and cosine functions f(x).

Construct the graphs of simple loci including the

circle x + y = r for a circle of radius r centred at

the origin of coordinates.

Find graphically the intersection points of a given

straight line with this circle and know that this

corresponds to solving the two simultaneous

equations representing the line and the circle.

Distinguish between lines and line segments.

HS4.5

corresponding angles.

HS2I, HS2.1

HS2.2

parallelograms and a proof that the angle sum of

a triangle is 180 degrees.

Understand a proof that the exterior angle of a

HS2.2

triangle is equal to the sum of the interior angles

at the other two vertices.

Use angle properties of equilateral, isosceles and HS4.1, HS4.3

right-angled triangles.

Explain why the angle sum of a quadrilateral is

360 degrees.

HS2.2

HS1.2, HS4.2, HS1.1

parallelograms and triangles to deduce formulae

for the area of a parallelogram, and a triangle,

from the formula for the area of a rectangle.

Recall the essential properties of special types of HS4.2

quadrilateral, including square, rectangle,

parallelogram, trapezium and rhombus.

Classify quadrilaterals by their geometric

properties.

HS4.2

HS2I, HS2.2

exterior angles of quadrilaterals, pentagons and

hexagons.

Calculate and use the angles of regular polygons. HS2.2

Understand and use SSS, SAS, ASA and RHS

conditions to prove the congruence of triangles

using formal arguments, and to verify standard

ruler and compass constructions.

HS4.1

in 2-D, then 3-D problems.

HS6.3, HS8I, HS8.4,

HS8.5

Investigate the geometry of cuboids including

HS4.5

cubes, and shapes made from cuboids, including

the use of Pythagoras theorem to calculate

lengths in three dimensions.

Understand similarity of triangles and of other

plane figures, and use this to make geometric

inferences.

HS5.1, HS8.1, HS8.2,

relationships in right-angled triangles, and use

HS8.3, HS8.4, HS8.5

these to solve problems, including those involving

bearings, then use these relationships in 3-D

contexts, including finding the angles between a

line and a plane (but not the angle between two

planes or between two skew lines).

Calculate the area of a triangle using absinC.

Draw, sketch and describe the graphs of

trigonometric functions for angles of any size,

including transformations involving scalings in

either or both the x and y directions.

Use the sine and cosine rules to solve 2-D and 3D problems.

Recall the definition of a circle and the meaning HS1.3, HS2.3, HS2.5,

of related terms, including centre, radius, chord, HS1.4

diameter, circumference; tangent, arc, sector and

segment.

Understand that the tangent at any point on a

circle is perpendicular to the radius at that point.

HS2.5

an external point are equal in length.

Explain why the perpendicular from the centre to

a chord bisects the chord.

Understand that inscribed regular polygons can

be constructed by equal division of a circle.

Prove and use the facts that the angle subtended HS2.3, HS2.4

by an arc at the centre of a circle is twice the

angle subtended at any point on the

circumference, the angle subtended at the

circumference by a semicircle is a right angle,

that angles in the same segment are equal, and

that opposite angles of a cyclic quadrilateral sum

to 180 degrees.

Prove and use the alternate segment theorem.

Use 2-D representations of 3-D shapes and

HS1.5, HS6I, HS6.1

analyse 3-D shapes through 2-D projections and

cross-sections, including plan and elevation.

volumes of prisms, pyramids, cylinders, cones

and spheres.

Solve problems involving more complex shapes

and solids, including segments of circles and

frustums of cones.

Understand that rotations are specified by a

centre and an (anticlockwise) angle.

Use any point as the centre of rotation.

simple fractions of a turn or degrees.

Understand that reflections are specified by a

mirror line.

Understand that translations are specified by a

distance and direction (or a vector), and

enlargements by a centre and a positive scale

factor.

HS3.2

HS3.2, HS3.4

HS3.2, HS3.4

HS3.1, HS3.4

HS3.3, HS3.4, HS7.1,

HS7.2, HS7.3

translations, including reflection symmetry of 2-D HS4I, HS4.1, HS4.2,

and 3-D shapes, and rotation symmetry of 2-D

HS3.4

shapes.

Transform triangles and other 2-D shapes by

translation, rotation and reflection, and

combinations of these transformations.

Use congruence to show that translations,

rotations and reflections preserve length and

angle, so that any figure is congruent to its image

under any of these transformations.

HS3.5

particular transformations.

Recognise, visualise and construct enlargements

of objects.

Understand from this that any two circles and any

two squares are mathematically similar, while, in

general, two rectangles are not, then use positive

fractional and negative scale factors.

HS4.1, HS7.4

HS7.1, HS7.2, HS7.3

not length.

Identify the scale factor of an enlargement as the

ratio of the lengths of any two corresponding line

segments.

Understand the implications of enlargement for

perimeter.

Use and interpret maps and scale drawings.

HS7.4

HS7.1, HS7.2, HS7.3,

HS7.4

HS4.1

HS7.3

HS7.4

HS5.1, HS5.5

perimeter, area and volume by considering

dimensions.

Understand and use the effect of enlargement on

areas and volumes of shapes and solids.

Understand that one coordinate identifies a point HD2I, HA4I, HS3I,

on a number line, two coordinates identify a point HS4.5

in a plane and three coordinates identify a point

in space, using the terms 1-D, 2-D, and '3-D'.

Use axes and coordinates to specify points in all

four quadrants.

Locate points with given coordinates.

HS4.5

HD2I, HA4I, HS3I,

HS4.5

HS4.5

geometrical information.

Find the coordinates of the midpoint of the line

HS4.5

segment AB, given points A and B then calculate

the length AB.

Understand and use vector notation.

HS3.3

Calculate, and represent graphically the sum of

two vectors, the difference of two vectors and a

scalar multiple of a vector.

Calculate the resultant of two vectors.

Understand and use the commutative and

associative properties of vector addition.

Solve simple geometrical problems in 2-D using

vector methods.

Use angle measure.

Know that measurements using real numbers

depend on the choice of unit.

Recognise that measurements given to the

nearest whole unit may be inaccurate by up to

one half in either direction.

Convert measurements from one unit to another.

HN6.5

HN6.5

HN4.4, HS6.5, HA8I,

including speed and density.

HA8.1

Draw approximate constructions of triangles and HS5I, HS5.2

other 2-D shapes using a ruler and protractor,

given information about their side lengths and

angles.

them, that triangles satisfying SSS, SAS, ASA

and RHS are unique, but SSA triangles are not.

Construct specified cubes, regular tetrahedra,

square-based pyramids and other 3-D shapes.

Use a straight edge and compasses to do

standard constructions, including an equilateral

triangle with a given side, the midpoint and

perpendicular bisector of a line segment, the

perpendicular from a point to a line, the

perpendicular from a point on a line and the

bisector of an angle.

HS5.4

from triangles and rectangles.

Find the surface area of simple shapes by using

the area formulae for triangles and rectangles.

HS6I

HS1I, HS1.5, HS6.3

and understanding the connection to counting

cubes and how it extends this approach.

Calculate volumes of right prisms and of shapes

made from cubes and cuboids.

Convert between area measures, including

square centimetres and square metres, and

volume measures, including cubic centimetres

and cubic metres.

HN4.4, HS6.2

enclosed by circles, recalling relevant formulae.

HS1.3, HS6I

sectors of circles.

Find loci, both by reasoning and by using ICT to

produce shapes and paths.

See that random processes are unpredictable.

HS1.4

statistical methods.

Discuss how data relate to a problem, identify

possible sources of bias and plan to minimise it.

and in what format, including grouped data,

considering appropriate equal class intervals.

HS1I, HS6.4

HS5.5

HD3.1, HD3.2, HD3.3,

HD3.4, HD3.5

HD1.1, HD1.2

method to investigate a population, including

random and stratified sampling.

design an experiment or survey;

decide what primary and secondary data to use

HD1.2

HD1.3

HD1I, HD1.1, HD1.2,

HD1.3

HD1I, HD1.1, HD1.2,

observation, controlled experiment, data logging, HD1.3

questionnaires and surveys

gather data from secondary sources, including

HD1I, HD1.3

printed tables and lists from ICT-based sources

grouped data.

Deal with practical problems such as nonresponse or missing data.

Draw and produce, using paper and ICT, pie

charts for categorical data, and diagrams for

continuous data, including line graphs for time

series, scatter graphs, frequency diagrams and

stem-and-leaf diagrams, cumulative frequency

tables and diagrams, box plots and histograms

for grouped continous data.

HD1.3, HD3.3

probability from theoretical models (including

equally likely outcomes) or from relative

frequency.

HD3.5, HD6.1

successive events, in a systematic way.

Identify different mutually exclusive outcomes

and know that the sum of the probabilities of all

these outcomes is 1.

Find the median, quartiles and interquartile range

for large data sets and calculate the mean for

large data sets with grouped data.

HD6.2

HD3.1, HD3.2, HD6.1

HD4.5

HD1.2, HD3.3

HD2.1, HD2.3, HD2.4,

HD2.5, HD4.1, HD4.3,

HD4.4, HD4.5, HD5.1,

HD5.2, HD5.3, HD5.4,

HD5.5

HD2.5, HD4.1, HD4.2,

HD5.1, HD5.2, HD5.3,

HD5.4, HD5.5

A and B are mutually exclusive, then the

HD6.4, HD6.5

probability of A or B occurring is P(A) + P(B),

whereas if A and B are independent events, the

probability of A and B occurring is P(A) P(B).

Use tree diagrams to represent outcomes of

HD6.3, HD6.4, HD6.5

compound events, recognising when events are

independent.

Draw lines of best fit by eye, understanding what HD2.2, HA8.4

these represent.

Use relevant statistical functions on a calculator

or spreadsheet.

HD4.1, HD4.2, HD4.3,

HD5.4, HD3.5, HD6.4,

HD6.5

Relate summarised data to the initial questions. HD1.3, HD1.4, HD1.5,

HD2.1, HD2.2, HD2.4,

HD3.1, HD3.2, HD3.3

and draw conclusions.

HD2.4, HD4.3, HD5I,

HD5.2, HD5.3, HD5.5

HD4.5

HD2.3, HA8.4

using the shapes of distributions and measures

of average and spread, including median and

quartiles.

HD5.5

Consider and check results and modify their

approach if necessary.

Appreciate that correlation is a measure of the

strength of the association between two

variables.

Distinguish between positive, negative and zero

correlation using lines of best fit.

Appreciate that zero correlation does not

necessarily imply no relationship but merely no

linear relationship.

HD1I, HD1.1

HD2.1

HD2.2

HD2.1

results involving uncertainty and prediction.

probabilities.

Understand that if they repeat an experiment,

they may and usually will get different

outcomes and that increasing sample size

generally leads to better estimates of probability

and population parameters.

HD6.1

HD1.2, HD3.5

numbers, time series and survey data.

HD4.4, HD4.5

H+N1.1, H+N1.2

H+N2.3

H+N2.3, H+N1.2

H+N1I, H+N1.4, H+N1.5,

H+A1I

H+N5.1, H+N5.2

H+N1I, H+N1.1, H+N1.2,

H+N1.3, H+N5I

H+N3.1

H+N3.1

H+N3.2

H+N3.3

H+N5.3

H+N3.4

H+N3.5, H+N3.4, H+N2.4,

H+N4.4

H+N4I, H+N4.5, H+S3.5

H+N1.4

H+N2.3

H+N6.1, H+N6.4

H+N1.1, H+N5.1, H+N5.2

H+N5.2

H+N6.1, H+N6.4, H+S5I,

H+D5I

H+N3I, H+N3.1, H+N4I,

H+N4.1, H+D2I

H+N4.1

H+N2.4, H+N3.1, H+A2I,

H+A2.4, H+A2.5, H+N3I,

H+D3I, H+D6I

H+N2.4, H+N3I, H+N3.2,

H+D3I

H+N3.2, H+N6.2

H+N3.2, H+N3.3

H+N3.1

H+N2.4, H+A2I, H+N3I,

H+N3.1, H+D3I, H+D6I

H+N3I, H+N3.3

H+N2.4, H+N3.4

H+N4.4

H+N3.5

H+N4I, H+N4.5

H+N5I, H+N5.2

H+S8.4

H+N2I, H+N2.4, H+D6I

H+N2.5, H+N2.4

H+N1.2, H+N1.3, H+N6.1

H+N2.4

H+N2.4, H+N5.5

H+N6.4

H+N2.4, H+N2.5, H+N6.4

H+N3.5

H+N4I, H+N4.1, H+N4.4,

H+N4.5, H+A9I, H+A9.1,

H+A9.2, H+A9.3, H+A9.4

H+N4.4

H+N4.2, H+N4.3, H+A9.1,

H+A9.2, H+A9.3, H+A9.4,

H+N4.4

H+N1.2, H+N1.3, H+N6.4

H+N5.3, H+N5.4, H+N6.2

H+N5.3, H+N5.4, H+N6.2

H+N2.1, H+N2.5, H+N5.4,

H+N6.5

H+S4.2, H+S4.3, H+S4.4,

H+N6.5, H+S5.1, H+S5.2,

H+S5.3, H+S5.4, H+S5.5,

H+S8.1, H+S8.2, H+S8.3,

H+S8.4, H+S8I

H+N6.3

H+S4.5, H+N6.5, H+S6.3,

H+N6I

H+N2.2, H+N6.3

H+N1.2, H+N6I

H+N3.5

H+A9.5

H+A9.2, H+A9.3, H+A9.4,

H+N3.5, H+N4.1, H+N4.2,

H+N4.3, H+N4.4

H+N4.1, H+N6.1, H+N6.4

H+N2.5

H+N6.3, H+N2.2

H+A1.1, H+A1.2, H+A2.1,

H+N4.2, H+N4.3, H+A5.1,

H+A5.2, H+A5.4, H+A5.5,

H+A6.1, H+A9.1

H+A1.5, H+A2I, H+A2.3,

H+A2.4, H+A3I

H+A1.2

H+A5.1

H+A1.1

H+A1I, H+A2I, H+A3I,

H+A8I, H+A8.1, H+A8.2

H+A2.1, H+A2.2, H+A2.3,

H+A6I, H+A6.1, H+A7I

H+A2.1, H+A2.2, H+A2.3,

H+S4I, H+S5I, H+A5I,

H+D4I

H+A2.1, H+A2.2, H+A2.5,

H+S6I

H+A2.1, H+A2.5

H+A5.2, H+A5.3, H+A5.5,

H+A6.1

H+A3I, H+A5I, H+A5.1,

H+A5.5

H+A5.2, H+A5.3

H+A9.1, H+A9.2, H+A9.3

H+A9.1, H+A9.2, H+A9.3,

H+A9.4

H+A6.2, H+A8.3

H+A4.5, H+A6I

H+A6.1, H+A7I, H+A7.1,

H+A7.2, H+A7.3, H+A7.4,

H+A7.5

H+A6.3, H+A8.5

H+A3I, H+A3.1

H+A3.1

H+A6.4, H+A7.4, H+A8.1

H+A4.1, H+A4.4, H+A4.5,

H+A6.4, H+A7.4, H+A8.1,

H+A8.2, H+A8.3

H+A4.1, H+A4.2

H+A8.2, H+A8.3

H+A4.2

H+A8I

H+A4.1, H+A4.3

H+A9.1, H+A9.2, H+A9.3,

H+A9.4, H+A9.5

H+A9I, H+A9.1, H+A9.2,

H+A9.3, H+A9.4, H+A9.5

H+A8.1, H+A8.3, H+A10I,

H+S8I

H+A6.3, H+A7.4, H+A7.5,

H+A8.1, H+A10I

H+A4.2, H+A4.3, H+A6.3,

H+A8.3, H+A8.4, H+A8.5

H+S8.2, H+A9.5

H+A10I, H+A10.1,

H+A10.5, H+S8.1, H+S8.2

H+A10.1, H+A10.2,

H+A10.3, H+A10.4,

H+A10.5

H+A6.4, H+A8I, H+A8.5

H+A6.4, H+A8.5

H+S4.1, H+S7.1

H+S2.4, H+S2.5, H+S3.4,

H+S7.1, H+S7.3, H+S7.4,

H+S7.5

H+S6.2

H+S3.1

H+S7I

H+S2I

H+S1.3, H+S7I

H+S3.1, H+S3.2

H+S5.1, H+S5.5, H+S5I,

H+S6I

H+S5.5

H+A5.5, H+S6.2

H+S4.5, H+S5.1, H+S5.4,

H+S5.5

H+S6.2, H+S6.3

H+S8.1, H+S8.2, H+S8.3,

H+S8.4, H+S8.5

H+S6.3

H+S1.1, H+S2.1, H+S2.3,

H+S1I

H+S2.3

H+S2.3

H+S2.3

H+S2.4

H+S1.2, H+S1.3, H+S1.4,

H+S3.5, H+S6.4, H+S6.5

H+S1.5, H+S6.4, H+S6.5,

H+S1I

H+S1.5, H+S6.4, H+S6.5,

H+S6.3

H+S3I

H+S3I

H+S3I

H+S3I

H+S3.3, H+S7.1, H+A10I

H+S5I, H+S7I

H+S3I

H+S3.1

H+S3.1

H+S3.3

H+S3.3, H+S3.4

H+S3.3

H+S3.3, H+S3.4

H+S3.3, H+S3.4

H+S3.5

H+S6.1

H+S3.5

H+S5.5, H+S4.1, H+S3I,

H+A6.5, H+A4I, H+A4.1,

H+A4.4

H+S4.1, H+S3I, H+A4I

H+S4.1

H+S4.1

H+A10I

H+S7.1, H+S7.2, H+S7.3

H+S7.2

H+S7.3, H+S7.4

H+S7.4, H+S7.5

H+S5.4

H+S6.1

H+N2.2, H+N6.3

H+S6.1

H+N6.3

H+S3.2

H+S3.1

H+S3.2

H+S6.3, H+S6I

H+S1.3, H+S6.1, H+S6.4,

H+S6.5, H+S1I

H+S6.1, H+S1I

H+S1I

H+S6.1

H+S1.2, H+S1I

H+S1.1

H+D1.1, H+D3.2

H+D1.1, H+D1.2, H+D1I

H+D1.1, H+D1.2, H+D2.1

H+D1.1, H+D1.2

H+D1.1, H+D1.2, H+D2.1,

H+D1.4, H+D1.5, H+D1I

H+D1.1, H+D1.2, H+D1.4,

H+D1.5, H+D3.1, H+D3.2,

H+D1I

H+D2.2, H+D2.3, H+D3.1,

H+D3.2, H+D3.3, H+D3.4,

H+D4.1, H+D4.2, H+D4.3,

H+D5.5, H+D1I

H+D6.5, H+D3.2, H+D3.5

H+D4.4, H+D5.3

H+D2I, H+D2.1, H+D2.2,

H+D2.3, H+D2.4, H+D2.5,

H+D4.1, H+D4.2, H+D4.3,

H+D4.4, H+D4.5, H+D5.1,

H+D5.2, H+D5.3, H+D5.4,

H+D5.5

H+D3.2, H+D3.3

H+D6.5

H+D3.1, H+D6.2

H+D2.1, H+D2.3, H+D2.4,

H+D2.5, H+D4.1

H+D4.3

H+D6.2

H+D6.4

H+D4.5

H+D5.4, H+D3.3, H+D3.4,

H+D5.2, H+D6.5, H+D5.5,

H+D2.5

H+D2I, H+D2.2, H+D2.3,

H+D2.4, H+D5.5, H+D4.5

H+D4.3, H+D4.4

H+D4.3, H+D4.4, H+D4.5,

H+D5.4, H+D5.5

H+D2.5, H+D4.1, H+D4.2,

H+D5.4, H+D5.5, H+D1.4

H+D5.4

H+D1.1

H+D4.5

H+D4.5

H+D4.5

H+D3.3, H+D4.5

H+D3.2, H+D3.3

H+D1.1, H+D3.3

H+D5.5

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