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Maths Quest 12 Mathematical Methods VCE Units 3&4 eBookPLUS (Online Purchase) + StudyOn VCE Mathematical Methods Unit 3 & 4 (Online Purchase)

Maths Quest 12 Mathematical Methods VCE Units 3&4 eBookPLUS (Online Purchase) + StudyOn VCE Mathematical Methods Unit 3 & 4 (Online Purchase)
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A new edition of Jacaranda Maths Quest 12 Mathematical Methods VCE Units 3 & 4 2e eBookPLUS + studyON is coming in 2018. Helping teachers help students at the point of learning, so every student can experience success in VCE Mathematics – in the classroom, at home and thus ultimately in the exam. You will be able to purchase this title later this year, to learn more about the series visit the Jacaranda VCE Mathematics page.

Maths Quest 12 Mathematical Methods VCE Units 3 and 4 eBookPLUS with studyON VCE Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4 (Online Purchase) 
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1 Solutions of equations
1.1 Kick off with CAS
1.2 Polynomials
1.3 Trigonometric symmetry properties
1.4 Trigonometric equations and general solutions
1.5 Simultaneous and literal equations
1.6 Review

2 Functions and graphs
2.1 Kick off with CAS
2.2 Polynomials
2.3 Other algebraic functions
2.4 Combinations of functions
2.5 Non-algebraic functions
2.6 Modelling and applications
2.7 Review

3 Composite functions, transformations and inverses
3.1 Kick off with CAS
3.2 Composite functions and functional equations
3.3 Transformations
3.4 Transformations with matrices
3.5 Inverse graphs and relations
3.6 Inverse functions
3.7 Review

4 Logarithmic functions
4.1 Kick off with CAS
4.2 Logarithmic laws and equations
4.3 Logarithmic scales
4.4 Indicial equations
4.5 Logarithm graphs
4.6 Applications
4.7 Review

5 Differentiation
5.1 Kick off with CAS
5.2 Review of differentiation
5.3 Differentiation of exponential functions
5.4 Applications of exponential functions
5.5 Differentiation of trigonometric functions
5.6 Applications of trigonometric functions
5.7 Review

6 Further differentiation and applications
6.1 Kick off with CAS
6.2 The chain rule
6.3 The product rule
6.4 The quotient rule
6.5 Curve sketching
6.6 Maximum and minimum problems
6.7 Rates of change
6.8 Review

7 Antidifferentiation
7.1 Kick off with CAS
7.2 Antidifferentiation
7.3 Antiderivatives of exponential and trigonometric functions
7.4 Families of curves and applications
7.5 Review

8 Integration
8.1 Kick off with CAS
8.2 Approximate areas
8.3 The fundamental theorem of calculus
8.4 Applications
8.5 Review

9 Logarithmic functions using calculus
9.1 Kick off with CAS
9.4 The derivative of
9.3 The antiderivative of
9.4 Applications
9.5 Review

10 Discrete random variables
10.1 Kick off with CAS
10.2 Discrete random variables
10.3 Measures of centre and spread
10.4 Applications
10.5 Review

11 The binomial distribution
11.1 Kick off with CAS
11.2 Bernoulli trials
11.3 The binomial distribution
11.4 Applications
11.5 Review

12 Continuous probability distributions
12.1 Kick off with CAS
12.2 Continuous random variables and probability functions
12.3 The continuous probability density function
12.4 Measures of centre and spread
12.5 Linear transformations
12.5 Review

13 The normal distribution
13.1 Kick off with CAS
13.2 The normal distribution and confidence intervals
13.3 Calculating probabilities and the standard normal distribution
13.4 The inverse normal distribution
13.5 Mixed probability application problems
13.6 Review

14 Statistical inference
14.1 Kick off with CAS
14.2 Population parameters and sample statistics
14.3 The distribution of
14.4 Confidence intervals
14.5 Review