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# Maths Quest 11 VCE Specialist Mathematics & Ebookplus

Multi-Copy Pack Published: 12th October 2015
ISBN: 9780730323082
Number Of Pages: 504

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Maths Quest 11 Specialist Mathematics VCE Units 1 and 2 provides comprehensive coverage of the new VCE Study Design for 2016-2018. It includes Jacaranda’s unique exam preparation tool, studyON, which has been fully integrated with the text to maximise every student’s opportunity for exam success.

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Introduction v

Acknowledgements ix

Topic 1 Number systems: real and complex 2

1.1 Kick off with CAS 3

1.2 Review of set notation 4

1.3 Properties of surds 17

1.4 The set of complex numbers 24

1.5 Multiplication and division of complex numbers 27

1.6 Representing complex numbers on an Argand diagram 31

1.7 Factorising quadratic expressions and solving quadratic equations over the complex number field 33

1.8 Review 39

Topic 2 Algebra and logic 46

2.1 Kick off with CAS 47

2.2 Statements (propositions), connectives and truth tables 48

2.3 Valid and invalid arguments 54

2.4 Techniques of proof 65

2.5 Sets and Boolean algebra 72

2.6 Digital logic 81

2.7 Review 88

Topic 3 Sequences and series 98

3.1 Kick off with CAS 99

3.2 Describing sequences 100

3.3 Arithmetic sequences 106

3.4 Arithmetic series 111

3.5 Geometric sequences 114

3.6 Geometric series 120

3.7 Applications of sequences and series 124

3.8 Review 129

Topic 4 Geometry in the plane 134

4.1 Kick off with CAS 135

4.2 Review of basic geometry 136

4.3 Congruence and similarity 141

4.4 Geometric constructions 149

4.5 Polygons 154

4.6 Circle geometry 161

4.7 Tangents, chords and circles 166

4.8 Review 174

Topic 5 Trigonometric ratios and their applications 178

5.1 Kick off with CAS 179

5.2 Trigonometry of right-angled triangles 180

5.3 Elevation, depression and bearings 185

5.4 The sine rule 190

5.5 The cosine rule 195

5.6 Arcs, sectors and segments 199

5.7 Review 206

Topic 6 Simulation, sampling and sampling distributions 210

6.1 Kick off with CAS 211

6.2 Random experiments, events and event spaces 212

6.3 Simulation 215

6.4 Populations and samples 221

6.5 Distribution of sample proportions and means 228

6.6 Measuring central tendency and spread of sample distributions 237

6.7 Review 244

Topic 7 Coordinate geometry 248

7.1 Kick off with CAS 249

7.2 Distance between two points 250

7.3 Midpoint of a line segment 253

7.4 Parallel lines and perpendicular lines 256

7.5 Applications 261

7.6 Review 268

Topic 8 Vectors 272

8.1 Kick off with CAS 273

8.2 Introduction to vectors 274

8.3 Operations on vectors 279

8.4 Magnitude, direction and components of vectors 284

8.5 i~, j ~ notation 289

8.6 Applications of vectors 296

8.7 Review 304

Topic 9 Kinematics 310

9.1 Kick off with CAS 311

9.2 Introduction to kinematics 312

9.3 Velocity–time graphs and acceleration–time graphs 322

9.4 Constant acceleration formulas 335

9.5 Instantaneous rates of change 342

9.6 Review 351

Topic 10 Circular functions 358

10.1 Kick off with CAS 359

10.2 Modelling with trigonometric functions 360

10.3 Reciprocal trigonometric functions 366

10.4 Graphs of reciprocal trigonometric functions 372

10.5 Trigonometric identities 381

10.6 Compound- and double-angle formulas 386

10.7 Other identities 394

10.8 Review 400

Topic 11 Linear and non-linear relationships 408

11.1 Kick off with CAS 409

11.2 Reciprocal graphs 410

11.3 The circle and the ellipse 419

11.4 The hyperbola 431

11.5 Polar coordinates, equations and graphs 437

11.6 Parametric equations 445

11.7 Review 449

Topic 12 Transformations 462

12.1 Kick off with CAS 463

12.2 Translations of points and graphs 464

12.3 Reflections and dilations 470

12.4 Successive transformations 476

12.5 Matrices and transformations 479

12.6 Review 484

Index 492

ISBN: 9780730323082
ISBN-10: 0730323080
Audience: Primary / High School
Format: Multi-Copy Pack
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 504
Published: 12th October 2015
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 27.7 x 21.5  x 1.6
Edition Number: 1

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