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Maths Quest 11 General Mathematics VCE Units 1 and 2 eGuidePLUS (Online Purchase)

Maths Quest 11 General Mathematics VCE Units 1 and 2 eGuidePLUS (Online Purchase)
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ISBN13 9780730323204
Pub date December 2015
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Maths Quest 11 General Mathematics VCE Units 1 and 2 eGuidePLUS provides teachers with online support through instant access to student and teacher texts plus a complementary set of extensive, customisable assessment (including SACs) and curriculum materials to make teacher planning and preparation easier.

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• Complete, in-depth coverage of the new VCE study design for 2016-2018.
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• Every exercise contains three levels of carefully graded questions which allow students to practise, consolidate and master their knowledge independently.
• Thousands of new questions have been written exclusively for this series, including many higher level questions that stretch students’ understanding of mathematics for improved learning outcomes.
• CAS support is provided within the student text through activities and questions. Additionally, students can obtain detailed step-by-step instructions by accessing the TI-Nspire CAS or the Casio ClassPad II Calculator Manuals in the Prelim section of their eBookPLUS.
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1 Linear relations and equations
1.1 Kick off with CAS
1.2 Linear relations
1.3 Solving linear equations
1.4 Developing linear equations
1.5 Simultaneous linear equations
1.6 Problem solving with simultaneous equations
1.7 Review

2 Computation and practical arithmetic
2.1 Kick off with CAS
2.2 Computation methods
2.3 Orders of magnitude
2.4 Ratio and percentage
2.5 Review

3 Financial arithmetic
3.1 Kick off with CAS
3.2 Percentage change
3.3 Financial applications of ratio and percentage
3.4 Simple interest applications
3.5 Compound interest applications
3.6 Purchasing options
3.7 Review

4 Matrices
4.1 Kick off with CAS
4.2 Types of matrices
4.3 Operations with matrices
4.4 Matrix multiplication
4.5 Inverse matrices and problem solving with matrices
4.6 Review

5 Graphs and networks
5.1 Kick off with CAS
5.2 Definitions and terms
5.3 Planar graphs
5.4 Connected graphs
5.5 Weighted graphs and trees
5.6 Review

6 Sequences
6.1 Kick off with CAS
6.2 Arithmetic sequences
6.3 Geometric sequences
6.4 Recurrence relations
6.5 Review

7 Shape and measurement
7.1 Kick off with CAS
7.2 Pythagoras’ theorem
7.4 Perimeter and area I
7.5 Perimeter and area II
7.6 Volume
7.6 Surface area
7.7 Review

8 Similarity
8.1 Kick off with CAS
8.2 Similar object
8.3 Linear scale factors
8.4 Area and volume scale factors
8.5 Review

9 Applications of trigonometry
9.1 Kick off with CAS
9.2 Trigonometric ratios
9.3 Applications of trigonometric ratios
9.4 The sine rule
9.5 The cosine rule
9.6 Area of triangles
9.7 Review

10 Linear graphs and models
10.1 Kick off with CAS
10.2 Linear equations and graphs
10.3 Linear modelling
10.4 Finding equations of straight lines and making predictions
10.5 Further linear applications
10.6 Review

11 Inequalities and linear programming
11.1 Kick off with CAS
11.2 Graphs of linear inequalities
11.3 Introduction to linear programming
11.4 Applications of linear programming
11.5 Review

12 Variation
12.1 Kick off with CAS
12.2 Direct, inverse and joint variation
12.3 Data transformations
12.4 Data modelling
12.5 Review

13 Investigating and comparing data distributions
13.1 Kick off with CAS
13.2 Data types and displays
13.3 Numerical data distributions
13.4 Measures of centre
13.5 Measures of spread
13.6 Comparing numerical distributions
13.7 Review

14 Relationships between two numerical variables
14.1 Kick off with CAS
14.2 Scatterplots and basic correlation
14.3 Further correlation coefficients
14.4 Modelling and making predictions
14.5 Review