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Maths methods unit 3 mastermind
For best results, we recommend you follow the suggested study schedule we list here. This has been carefully designed to ensure you cover all the required content and still have time to prepare for your exams.
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School holidays and Term 1
For best results, we recommend you follow the suggested study schedule we list here. AOS 1 should be fully completed and revised by the end of term 1 and you should have begun AOS 2. Ideally, you should have watched every video here once before the end of term.
AOS 1: Functions and graphs
School holiday study
Completed 2 weeks before the start of term 1: Transformations
Completed 1 week before the start of term 1: Function transformations and Compositions of functions
Term 1 study
Week 1: Composite Functions- Domain and range
Week 2: Functions and their inverses and Inverse Functions- Domain and range
Week 3: Graphical derivatives and anti-derivatives and How to identify critical points on a graph
Week 4: Identification of key features on graphs for functions and Exponential and logarithmic functions.
Week 5: Integration techniques for Polynomials, exponentials and circular functions
Week 6: Revision: revisit the topics you learned in AOS 1 (tip practice a few questions from each topic). Try to spend 10 minutes a night this week revising.
Week 7: Compositions of functions
AOS 2: Algebra
Week 8: Polynomial algebra and Polynomial functions
Week 9: Rational functions and Composite functions
Week 10: Literal Equations
School holidays and Term 2
For best results, we recommend you follow the suggested study schedule we list here. AOS 2 should be fully completed and revised by the end of term 2 and you should have almost completed AOS 3. Ideally, you should have watched every video here once before the end of term.
AOS 2: Algebra
School holiday study
School holiday Week 1: Simultaneous equations and Periodicity and other concepts
School holiday Week 2: Questions in the form f(x) g(x)
Term 2 study
Week 1: Revision: revisit the topics you learned in AOS 2 (tip practice a few questions from each topic). Try to spend 10 minutes a night this week revising AOS 2 and 5 minutes a night revising AOS 1. Don’t skip this!! Things you learned in AOS 1 will still be on your exam even if you don’t have any SACs right now!
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