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1. binomial products 2. binomial productsbi 2 nomial terms 3. binomial products bi 2 nomial termse.g. x 6 x 1 4. binomial products

1. using matrices to solvesimultaneous equations 2. using matrices to solvesimultaneous equations2 2 matrix a11 a12 a a21 a22 3. using matrices

1. factorising 2. factorising1) look for a common factor 3. factorising1) look for a common factor2) (i) 2 terms difference of two squares 4. factorising1) look for a

cubics cubics 3 3 2 2 33 3a b a a b ab b cubics 3 3 2 2 33 3a b a a b ab b 3 3 2 2 33 3a b a a b ab b

quadratic equations quadratic equations if ab = 0 then either a = 0 or b = 0 quadratic equations 2e.g. ( ) 9 18 0i x x if ab = 0 then either a = 0 or b = 0 quadratic

equations/inequations equations/inequations make the pronumeral the subject of the formula equations/inequations make the pronumeral the subject of the formula e.g. ( ) 3

1. algebraic fractions 2. algebraic fractions1) always factorise first2) only cancel ( ), not parts of them 3. algebraic fractions 1) always factorise first 2) only cancel

1. simultaneous equations 2. simultaneous equations 1) eliminate a variable 3. simultaneous equations 1) eliminate a variable 2) solve for the other variable 4. simultaneous

1. completing the square 2. completing the squaree.g. (i ) x 2 6 x 7 0 3. completing the squaree.g. (i ) x 2 6 x 7 0 x2 6x 7move the constant

1. completing the square 2. completing the squaree.g. (i ) x 2 6 x 7 0 3. completing the squaree.g. (i ) x 2 6 x

1. binomial products 2. binomial products bi 2 nomial terms 3. binomial productsbi 2 nomial terms e.g. x 6 x 1 4. binomial productsbi

1. binomial products 2. binomial products bi 2nomial terms 3. binomial products bi 2nomial termse.g. x 6 x 1 4. binomial products

1. binomial products 2. binomial productsbi 2 nomial terms 3. binomial products bi 2 nomial termse.g. x 6 x 1 4. binomial products

locus locus the collection of all points whose location is determined by some stated law. locus locus the collection of all points whose location is determined by some stated

combinations combinations a combination is a set of objects where the order that they are arranged is not important. combinations a combination is a set of objects where

1. polynomial functions 2. polynomial functions a real polynomial p(x) of degree n is an expression of the form; p x p0 p1 x p2 x 2 pn1

approximations to areas (1) trapezoidal rule y x y = f(x) a b approximations to areas (1) trapezoidal rule y x y = f(x) a b approximations to areas (1) trapezoidal rule y

1. volumes of solids of revolutiony y = f(x) x 2. volumes of solids of revolutionyy = f(x)a b x 3. volumes of solids of revolutionyy = f(x)a b x 4. volumes of solids of revolutionyy

1. concavity 2. concavity the second deriviative measures the change in slope with respect to x, this is known as concavity 3. concavity the second deriviative measures the

the slope (gradient) the slope (gradient) vertical rise(1) horizontal run m the slope (gradient) vertical rise(1) horizontal run m y x the slope (gradient) vertical