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# Year 11 General Mathematics Advanced Course Outline 2015

## Text Reference: General Mathematics Advanced (Cambridge 2009) S Avery et al.

Week Term 1 Term 2 Term 3 Term 4
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Fri Introduction Chapter 1 Chapter 11 Chapter 19
Course Content MATRICES CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS II KINEMATICS
Timelines
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Chapter 2 Chapter 4 Chapter 11 Chapter 19
ALGEBRA I VARIATION (4.1 and 4.2 only) CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS II KINEMATICS

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Chapter 2 Chapter 9 Chapter 11 Chapter 17
ALGEBRA I RATIOS AND SIMILARITY CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS II ELLIPSES

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Chapter 2 Chapter 14 Heinemann Chapter 7 Chapter 17
ALGEBRA I CIRCLE THEOREMS COMPLEX NUMBERS HYPERBOLA

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Chapter 6 Chapter 14 Heinemann Chapter 7 Chapters 10,11,12,15,16
ALGEBRA II CIRCLE THEOREMS COMPLEX NUMBERS EXAM REVISION

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Chapter 6 Chapters 2,6,3,4,9,5,13 Heinemann Chapter 7 Chapters 10,11,12,15,16
ALGEBRA II EXAM REVISION COMPLEX NUMBERS EXAM REVISION

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Chapter 3 EXAMS Heinemann Chapter 6 SEMESTER 2 EXAM
NUMBER SYSTEMS AND VECTORS
PROBABILITY

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Chapter 3 Heinemann Chapter 6
NUMBER SYSTEMS AND EXAMS VECTORS
PROBABILITY
Mon Mar 23 Mon Jun 08 Mon Sep 07 Mon Nov 30
9 Semester 2 Begins
Chapter 3 Heinemann Chapter 6
NUMBER SYSTEMS AND Chapter 12 VECTORS
PROBABILITY TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS
AND APPLICATIONS
End of Term
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10 Heinemann Chapter 6
Chapter 12 VECTORS
School Autumn Vacation TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS
AND APPLICATIONS End of Term

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Chapter 12
School Autumn Vacation TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS School Spring Vacation
AND APPLICATIONS
End of Term End of Term
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School Winter Vacation School Spring Vacation School Summer Vacation
Year 11 General Mathematics Advanced Course Outline 2015

Mathematics KLA

## General Mathematics Advanced Unit 1 & 2

Work Requirements and SAC’s

## Each Unit Assessment will consist of:

 Exam I (Technology free, no calculator, no notes)
Standard Short Answer, 1 hour 20 %
 Exam 2 ( Technology active, using calculator and reference material)
Multiple Choice and analysis, 2 hour 30 %
SACs (School Assessed Coursework)
 Class tests 25 %
 Class problems, homework, bookwork, summary sheets 5%
 Extended investigations and applications SAC’s 20 %

And
2. A unit result – ‘S’ or ‘N’
 In order to receive an ‘S’ ALL School Assessed Coursework will need to receive a grade of at least 50 %.
 If you DO NOT achieve a grade of at least 50 % on a SAC, then you will need to complete one of the
complete the set work in your workbook. THIS will be done in your own time.

## Pre-requisite for Year 12 Specialist Mathematics

 Year 11 General Mathematics Advanced is a pre-requisite for Year 12 Specialist.
 A student who receives an ‘N’ and/or achieves less than 50 % for his/her EXAMS will not be guaranteed a
place in Year 12 Specialist.

Homework
All students are expected to complete set homework. This may consist of:
 Finishing work that has not been completed in class
 Revising for class tests
 Preparing reference material
 Completing additional set homework assignments.

## You should spend AT LEAST 4 – 5 hours a week on this homework!!

Help
 If you need any help with your homework, please come and ask! My staffroom is room ____.
 There is also homework help in the VCE centre every __________ after school till 5.00pm
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VCAA:.
Outcome 1: Applying mathematics to routine calculations and standard applications.
This outcome is graded according to a student’s ability to explain and demonstrate key concepts and skills.
The grade is based on topic tests throughout the semester, bookwork and skill building exercises. The
semester exam also contributes to the graded result.
Outcome 2: Applying key concepts and skills to non-routine situations.
This outcome is graded according to a student’s ability to use mathematics in problem solving and practical
application. The grade is based on problem solving activities, application project and assignments
undertaken during the semester.
Outcome 3: Technology (All students are required to have a graphical calculator)
Students are required to use technology to assist with the solution of mathematical problems and projects in
routine and non-routine applications.
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## TOPIC ONE: ALEGRA 1

CHAPTER 2: ( 2 weeks )

## By the end of the topic students should be able to:

 Express a number in standard form
 Solve linear equations
 Solve problems with linear equations and simultaneous linear equations
 Use substitution and transposition with formulas
 Add and multiply algebraic fractions
 Solve literal equations
 Solve literal simultaneous literal equations
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EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS
2A 28 Indices 1.LHS 2 a–h. 3. 4. a c e 5. 6. 7. a c e 8.
2B 31 Standard Form 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
2C 34 Solving Linear Equations and Linear 1. LHS 2. 3.
Simultaneous Equations
2D 36 Solving Problems with Linear Equations 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
2E 38 Solving Problems using Simultaneous 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
Linear Equations
2F 40 Substitution and Transposition of Formulas 1. 2. LHS 3. 4. 5. 6.
2G 43 Algebraic Fractions 1. LHS 2. LHS 3. LHS 4. LHS 5.
2H 46 Literal Equations 1. LHS 2. 3. 4. LHS 5. a b c d e f
Test
SAC 1 Project Transposition, Graphing and Substitution
Ice Cubes

## TOPIC TWO: ALEGRA 1I

CHAPTER 6: ( 2 weeks )

## At the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Understand equality of polynomials
 Use equating coefficients to solve problems
 Solve quadratic equations by various methods
 Use rates to solve problems
 Resolve a rational algebraic expression into partial fractions
 Find the coordinates of the points of intersection of linear graphs with parabolas, rectangular
hyperbola and circles.

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

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6A 142 Polynomial Identities 1. 3. 5. 7. 9. 11. 13. 15. 17.
6B 148 Quadratics and Rates 1. a c e 2. a c 3.
SAC Fractions
6C 154 Partial Fractions 1. a c e 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. a c e g I k m o q s u
6D 156 Simultaneous Equations 1. 2.a c e 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.
SAC 2 TEST Technology Free SAC

## TOPIC THREE: NUMBER SYSTEMS AND PROBABILITY

CHAPTER 3: ( 4 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Understand and use the notation of sets including the symbols ∩
 Identify sets of numbers including natural numbers, integers, rational numbers, irrational numbers,
real numbers
 Know and be able to apply the rules for simplification of surds, operations on surds and
rationalisation of surds.
 Solve problems with sets.

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

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3A 60 Number Systems 123456789
3B 63 Sets of Numbers 34
3C 67 Surds 1 acegik 2 ace 3 ace 4 aceilm 5abcef 6
5.3 Heinemann 206 Probability of Simple Events 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10
5.4 Heinemann 210 Sets and Venn Diagrams 1 3 4 6 8 11 12 13 14
5.5 Heinemann 217 Probability Tables 1 2 3 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
5.6 Heinemann 224 Addition Rule 12345
5.7 Heinemann 226 Conditional Probability 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
5.8 Heinemann 231 Independent Events 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14
3E 73 Problems Involving Sets 1 3 4 7 9 10 12
SAC 3 Analysis Set Theory EX 3E

## TOPIC FOUR: MATRICES

CHAPTER 1 : ( 1 Week)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Identify when two matrices are equal
 Add and subtract matrices of the same dimensions
 Perform multiplication of a matrix and a scalar
 Identify when the multiplication of two given matrices is possible
 Perform multiplication of two suitable matrices find the inverse of a 2 × 2 matrix
 Able to find the determinant of a matrix
 Solve linear simultaneous equations in two unknowns using an inverse matrix.
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EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS
1A 5 Introduction to matrices 1 45678
1B 9 Addition, Subtraction and Multiplication by a Scalar 12356
7(calculator)
1C 12 Multiplication of Matrices 12456
8(calculator) 10
1D 17 Identities, inverses and Determinants for 2 × 2 123478
Matrices
1E 21 Solution of Simultaneous Equations Using Matrices 1 3 bcd 4 5 6 7
1.8 Heinemann 40 Transformations Using Matrices 123456789
TEST Matrices

##  Recognise relationships involving direct variation

 Evaluate the constant of variation in cases involving direct variation
 Solve real problems involving direct variation
 Recognise relationships involving inverse variation
 Evaluate the constant of variation in cases involving inverse variation
 Solve problems involving inverse variation
 Establish the relationship that exists between variables from given data
 Recognise relationships involving joint variation
 Solve problems involving joint variation
 Solve problems involving part variation
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## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

4A 85 Direct Variation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
4B 88 Inverse Variation 12345678
4C 92 Fitting Data 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 10
4D 96 Joint Variation 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
4E 99 Part Variation 123456
9A 212 Ratio 1 3 4 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15
9B 216 Introduction to Similarity 1 2 3 5 7 9 10 11 14 17
9C 223 Areas, Volumes and Similarity 1 3 4 5 7 8 9 10 11 13 14 15 17 19 21
TEST Sets, Variation and Rates Ratio

## TOPIC SIX: LOCI

CHAPTER 17 : ( 3 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 To find the Cartesian equation of a locus, where each point P of the locus satisfies the following
properties:
 That P is equidistant from two given points A and B, i.e. PA = PB
 That P is a fixed distance from a given point A, i.e. there is a positive number k such that PA
=k
 That PA = kPB, i.e. the distance from a fixed point A is k times its distance from a fixed point
B
 That the sum of the distances from two points A and B is always a constant, i.e. PA + PB = k
 That the difference of the distances from two points A and B is always a constant i.e. PA –
PB = k

##  To sketch the graphs of circles, ellipses and hyperbolas

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 To consider the asymptotes of hyperbolas.

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

17A 419 Introduction and Parabola 1 2 4 6 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 16
17B 422 Ellipses 1 2 abd 3 4 5 6 7
17C 427 Hyperbolas 1 acd 2 aceg 3 4 5 6
Revision and Test

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 The angle subtended at the circumference is half the angle oat the centre subtended by the same arc.
 Angles in the same segment of a circle are equal
 A tangent to a circle is perpendicular to the radius drawn from the point of contact
 The two tangents drawn from an external point to a circle are the same length
 The angle between a tangent and a chord drawn from the point of contact is equal to any angle in the
alternate segment
 A quadrilateral is cyclic (that is, the four vertices lie on a circle ) if and only if the sum of each pair
of opposites angles is two right angles.
 If AB and CD are two chords of a circle which cut at a point P (which may be inside or outside a
circle) then PA.PB = PC..PD
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 If P is a point outside a circle and T, A, B are points on the circle such that PT is a tangent and PAB
is a secant then PT2 = PA.PB

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

14A 357 Angle Properties of the Circle 123456789
14B 358 Tangents 1 2345678
14C 363 Chords in Circles 123456
365 Chapter Review
TEST

## TOPIC EIGHT: CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS II

CHAPTER 11 : ( 3 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Further explore the symmetry properties of circular functions
 Further understand and sketch the graphs of circular functions
 Solve circular function equations
 Evaluate trigonometric expressions using trigonometric identities
 Prove simple trigonometric identities
 Apply addition theorems to circular functions
 Apply double angle formulae to circular functions
 Simplify expressions of the form acos x + bsin x
 Sketch graphs of the functions of the form f(x) = acos x + bsin x
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 Solve equations of the form acos x + bsin x = c

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

11A 279 Further Symmetry Properties 1
11B 280 Addition of Ordinates 1
11C 281 Sketch Graphs of the Tangent Function 1
11D 282 General solutions of Circular Function Equation 1234
11E 287 Trigonometric Identities 123456789
11F 294 Addition of Formulas and Double Angle Formulas 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
11G 297 acos x + bsin x 12345
299 Revision
TEST

## TOPIC NINE: TRIGONOMETRIC RATIOS AND APPLICATIONS

CHAPTER 12 : ( 3 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Solve practical problems using the trigonometric ratios
 Use the sine rule and cosine rule to solve problems
 Find the area of a triangle given two sides and included angle
 Find the area of a sector and a segment of a circle
 Find the length of an arc
 Solve problems involving angles of depression and angles of elevation
 Identify the line of greatest slope of a plane
 Solve problems in three dimensions
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## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

12A 308 Defining sine, cosine and tangent 1 2 3 4 5 7 9 11 12
12B 312 Sine Rule 12345678
12C 314 Cosine Rule 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
12D 318 Area of a Triangle 12
12E 319 Circle Mensuration 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
12F 326 Angels of Elevation and Depression and Bearings 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
12G 330 Problems in 3-Dimensions 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
12H 335 Angles between planes and difficult 3-D problems 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
337 Revision
TEST and / or Application Task

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

Understand the concept of a vector
Apply basic operations to vectors
Understand the zero vector
Use the unit vector i and j to represent vectors in two dimensions
Use the fact that if a and b are parallel then a = kb for a real value k.
Use unit vectors i, j and k to represent vectors in three dimensions
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EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS
15A 374 Introduction to Vectors 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 14 16 17
15B 378 Components of Vectors 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 12 14 16 17 18
15C 381 Vectors in three dimensions 123456
15D 383 Applications 123
385 Revision
TEST

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Describe points on the plane using polar co-ordinates
 Describe graphs with polar co-ordinates
 Transform polar coordinates to Cartesian coordinates
 Understand the imaginary number i
 Understand the set of complex numbers C
 Understand the real valued functions of the complex numbers Re(z) and Im(z)
 Represent complex numbers on an Argand diagram
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 Understand the rules which define equality, addition and subtraction and multiplication of complex
numbers
 Understand the concept of the complex conjugate
 Understand the operation of division by complex numbers
 Understand the modulus argument form of a complex number
 Be able to factorise quadratic polynomials over C
 Be able to solve quadratic polynomials over C

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

16A 394 Polar Coordinates 1234567
16B 397 The set of complex numbers 12345
16C 402 Multiplication and Division of complex numbers 12345678
16D 405 Argand Diagrams 12345
16E 407 Solving equations over the complex field 1 all
16F 410 Polar form of a complex number 123
411 Revision
TEST

## TOPIC TWELVE: KINEMATICS

CHAPTER 19 : ( 2 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Model motion in a straight line and to use calculus to solve problems involving motion in aline with
constant and variable acceleration
 Use graphical methods to solve problems involving motion in a straight line

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

19A 443 Position, velocity and acceleration 123456
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19B 446 Using antiderivatives for kinematics problems 123456
19C 449 Constant acceleration 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
19D 453 Velocity- time graphs 12345678
454 Revision
TEST

## TOPIC THIRTEEN: STATICS OF A PARTICLE

CHAPTER 20 : ( 2 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Be able to use a triangle of forces to solve problems
 Be able to resolve forces, acting in a plane, in two directions which are at right angles

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

20A 464 Triangle of forces 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
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20B 467 Resolution of forces 123456789
469 Revision
TEST

## TOPIC: CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS

CHAPTER 10 : ( 3 Week)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Use radians and degrees for the measurement of angles
 Convert radians to degrees and vice versa
 Define the trigonometric functions sine, cosine and tangent
 Explore the symmetry properties of trigonometric functions
 Find standard exact values of trigonometric functions
 Understand and sketch the graphs of trigonometric functions
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EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS
10A 239 Measuring Angles in Degrees and Radians
10B 240 Defining Trigonometric Functions: Sine and Cosine
10C 241 Another Trigonometric Function: Tangent
10E 245 Symmetry Properties of Trigonometric Functions
10F 247 Exact Values of Trigonometric Functions
10G 251 Graphs of Sine and Cosine Functions
10H 254 Further transformations of Sine and Cosine
10I 257 Solution of Circular Function Equations
10J 261 Further Sketch Graphs
10L 265 Applications

## SEQUENCES AND SERIES

CHAPTER 5: ( 2 Weeks)

## By the end of this topic students should be able to:

 Explore sequences of numbers and their difference equations
 Recognise arithmetic sequences
 Find the terms, difference equation and number of terms for an arithmetic sequence
 Calculate the sum of the terms of an arithmetic series
 Recognise geometric sequences
 Find the terms, difference equation and number of terms for a geometric sequence
 Calculate the sum of terms of a geometric series
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 Recognise and calculate the sum of the terms in an infinite geometric series
 Apply sequences and series to solving problems

## EXERCISE PAGE TOPIC QUESTIONS

5A 111 Introduction to Sequences 1 2 aceg 3 ace 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 13
5B 114 Arithmetic Sequences 1 2 3 ab 4 6 ab 7 8 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
5C 118 Arithmetic Series 1 ab 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 21 22
5D 123 Geometric Sequences 1 ab 2ab 3 4 5 6 ace 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 20
5E 127 Geometric Series All
5F 129 Infinite Geometric Series 1 3 5 7 9 11 13
136 Revision