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- Created by: Sejal Parsotomo
- Created on: 16-12-13 09:55

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- Core 1
- Surds
- Simplify Surds
- Equivalence of surdnotation
- Rationalise surds

- Indices
- Rational Indices
- Laws of indices
- Equivalence of indexnotation

- Polynomials
- Quadratic Inequalites
- Substituting linear simultaneos equations
- Linear Inequalites
- Substituting quadratic simultaneos equations
- Quadratic equation
- Discriminant
- Completing the sqaure
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- Graphs
- Sketch y=kx^n
- Sketch y=?x
- Sketch y=ax^2 + bx + c
- Express transformatio-ns by Reflection,Tra-nslation and Stretches
- Sketch y=f(x) which is at theproduct of at most 3 linear factors
- Use and understand graphs of y = f(x) , y =f(x) + a, y = f(x +

- Co-ordinate Geomatry
- Parallel and Perpendicular lines
- Find eqaution of straight line andinterpret them in the form y=mx+c ,y-y1=m(x-x1) and ax+by+c =0
- Find gradient, midpoint and lengthof line-segmant

- Circles
- Understand (x-a)^2 + (y-b)^2= r^2 represents a circle
- Use algerbraic methods to solve problems involving lines & circles - use equation of circle in expanded form

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- Increasing/ Decreasing functions
- Location of stationary points - Max/Min
- Applying it to gradients, tangents, normals
- Differentiation of x^n and related sums and diffrences
- Notation: f'(x), f''(x) anddy/dx and d2y/dx2
- Second orderof Derivative
- The derivative of f(x) as the gradient of the tangent to the graph of y=f(x) at a point

- Surds

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