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1. the t results 2. the t results let t tan 2 3. the t results let t tan2 2 tan tan 2 2 1 tan 2 2t tan 1 t 2 4. the t results

1. calculus rules 2. calculus rules 2. product rule 3. calculus rules 2. product rule write down the first and diff the second,pluswrite down thesecond and diff the first

1. limits & continuity 2. limits & continuity a limit describes the behaviour of functions. 3. limits & continuity a limit describes the behaviour of functions.

1. differentiability 2. differentiability a function is differentiable at a point if the curve is smooth continuous 3. differentiability a function is differentiable at a

1. calculus rules 2. calculus rules 1. chain rule 3. calculus rules 1. chain rule bring down the power, lower the power, diff the inside 4. calculus rules 1. chain

1. the slope of a tangent to a curve 2. the slope of a tangent to a curve yy f x x 3. the slope of a tangent to a curveyy f xpx k 4. the slope of a

1. rates of change e.g. a block of ice in the form of a cube has one edge 10 cm long. it ismelting so that its dimensions decrease at the rate of 1 mm/s. at what rate is

1. the quadrilateral familyquadrilateral trapezium kite parallelogramrhombusrectangle square 2. the quadrilateral familyquadrilaterals can be classified according to the

1. trigonometric functions 2. trigonometric functions radian measure 3. trigonometric functions radian measure 360 2 radians 4. trigonometric functions radian measure

1. rules for differentiation 2. rules for differentiation (1) y c 3. rules for differentiation (1) y c f x c 4. rules for differentiation (1) y c f

1. triangle theorems 2. triangle theorems a the angle sum of any triangle is 180b c 3. triangle theorems a the angle sum of any triangle is 180ba b c

1. euclidean geometry 2. euclidean geometrygeometry definitionsnotation|| is parallel to 3. euclidean geometrygeometry definitionsnotation|| is parallel to

congruent triangles congruent triangles in order to prove congruent triangles you require three pieces of information. congruent triangles in order to prove congruent triangles

1. calculus rules 2. calculus rules 3. quotient rule 3. calculus rules 3. quotient rule square the bottom, write down the bottom and diff the top,minuswrite down the

1. trig equations 2. trig equations 1 e.g. i cos 2 0 360 2 3. trig equations 1 e.g. i cos 2 0 360 2 0

equations of the form asinx + bcosx = c method 1: using the t results equations of the form asinx + bcosx = c method 1: using the t results 3600 eg (i) 3cos 4sin

1. products to sums 2. products to sums2sin a cos b sin a b sin a b 3. products to sums2sin a cos b sin a b sin a

1. angle between two lines 2. angle between two lines y x 3. angle between two lines y 1 x l1 4. angle between two lines y l1 has slope m1 tan 1 1 x l1 5. angle

1. polynomial results 2. polynomial results 1. if p(x) has k distinct real zeros, a1 , a2 , a3 ,, ak , then; x a1 x a2 x a3 x

1. polynomial results 2. polynomial results 1. if p(x) has k distinct real zeros, a1 , a2 , a3 ,, ak , then; x a1 x a2 x a3 x