IB Math SL - Assignment List (2018-19)
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IB Math SL Assignment List
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Class NotesFormulasTextbook
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TopicDateWorksheetHmwk
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Scientific notation (standard form)
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Number systems and set notation
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Algebraic simplification
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Linear equations and inequalities
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Modulus or absolute value
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Product expansion
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Factorisation
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Formula rearrangement
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Congruence and similarity
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Pythagoras’ theorem
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Coordinate geometry
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Right angled triangle trigonometry
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Summary of circle properties
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Summary of measurement facts
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Quadratic Equations 1BPg. 22-231f, 2f, 3f
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Quadratic Equations 1CPg. 242d, 2e, 2f
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The Discriminant of a QuadraticPg. 261f, 2f, 3c, 4c
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Quadratic FunctionsPg. 311b, 1f, 2, 3b, 3d, 3f, 3h
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Quadratic FunctionsPg. 324c, 4f, 5c, 5f, 5h, 5i
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1g, 1h, 1i, 2a, 2b, 3e, 3f
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Finding a Quadratic Form from its Graph (notes,
Pg. 40 3a, 3c, 3e
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Where Functions MeetPg, 421b, 1d
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FunctionsRelations and Functions
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Function Notation (notes,
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Domain and Range
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Composite Functions (notes,
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Sign Diagrams
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Rational Functions
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Inverse Functions (notes,
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Exponentials(a) Exponents
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(b) Laws of Exponents
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(c) Rational Exponents
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(d) Algebraic Expansion and Factorisation
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(e) (notes,
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LogarithmsLogarithms in base 10
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Logarithms in base a
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Laws of logarithms
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Natural logarithms
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Exponential equations using logarithms (notes,
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The change of base rule
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Graphs of logarithmic functions
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Growth and decay
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Transforming FunctionsGraphing functions (notes,
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Transformation of graphs
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Translations y=f(x)+b and y=f(x-a)
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Stretches y=pf(x), p>0 and y=f(qx), q>0
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Reflections y=-f(x) and y=f(-x)
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Miscellaneous transformations
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Sequences and SeriesNumber sequences
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The general term of a number sequence
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Arithmetic sequences
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Geometric sequences
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Series
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Arithmetic series
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Geometric series (notes,
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Binomial(a) Binomial expansions
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(b) The binomial coefficient
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(c) The binomial theoremNotes
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(b) Arc length and sector areaNotes
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(c) The unit circle and the trigonometric ratios
Notes
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(d) Applications of the Unit CircleNotes
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(e) Multiples of 6and 4
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(f) The equation of a straight line
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non-Rt Tri Trig(a) Areas of triangles
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(b) The cosine rule
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(c) The sine rule
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(d) Using the sine and cosine rules
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Trig Functions(a) Periodic behavior
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(b) The sine function
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(c) Modelling using the sine function
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(d) The cosine function
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(e) The tangent function
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(f) General trigonometric functions
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11 Trigonometric Equations and Identities (notes,
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Trig Eq. & Identities(a) Trigonometric equations
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(b) Using trigonometric models