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Year 11 Extension 1
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A student:

Year 12 Extension 1
outcomes

A student:
  • uses algebraic and graphical concepts in the modelling and solving of problems involving functions and their inverses

    ME11-1
  • applies techniques involving proof or calculus to model and solve problems

    ME12-1
  • manipulates algebraic expressions and graphical functions to solve problems

    ME11-2
  • applies concepts and techniques involving vectors and projectiles to solve problems

    ME12-2
  • applies concepts and techniques of inverse trigonometric functions and simplifying expressions involving compound angles in the solution of problems

    ME11-3
  • applies advanced concepts and techniques in simplifying expressions involving compound angles and solving trigonometric equations

    ME12-3
  • applies understanding of the concept of a derivative in the solution of problems, including rates of change, exponential growth and decay and related rates of change

    ME11-4
  • uses calculus in the solution of applied problems, including differential equations and volumes of solids of revolution

    ME12-4
  • uses concepts of permutations and combinations to solve problems involving counting or ordering

    ME11-5
  • applies appropriate statistical processes to present, analyse and interpret data

    ME12-5
  • uses appropriate technology to investigate, organise and interpret information to solve problems in a range of contexts

    ME11-6
  • chooses and uses appropriate technology to solve problems in a range of contexts

    ME12-6
  • communicates making comprehensive use of mathematical language, notation, diagrams and graphs

    ME11-7
  • evaluates and justifies conclusions, communicating a position clearly in appropriate mathematical forms

    ME12-7