Geometry - Assignment List (2018-19)
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Geometry Assign. List
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Class Notes
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TopicDateWorksheetHmwk
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Pre-RequisiteA Words used in mathematics
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B Exponent notation
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C Factors of positive integers
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D Multiple of positive integers
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E Order of operations
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F Special number sets
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TransformationsA Reflection
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B Translation
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C Rotation
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D Multiple Transformations
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E GeoGebra Project
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F Transformations with Algebra
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G Transformation of Functions
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Laws of AlgebraA Laws of exponents
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B The distributive law
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C The product (a+b)(c+d)
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D Difference of two squares
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E Perfect squares expansion
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F Further expansion
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Equations and FormulaeA Algebraic substitution
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B Linear equations
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C Equations involving fractions
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D Solving equations with linear technology
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E Problem solving with linear equations
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F Formula substitution
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G Formula rearrangement
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H Linear simultaneous equations
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I Problem solving with simultaneous equations
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J Quadratic equations
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K Problem solving with quadratics
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Sequences and SeriesA Number sequences
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B The general term of a number sequence
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C Arithmetic sequences
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D Geometric sequences
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E Series
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F Compound interest
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G Depreciation
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Descriptive StatisticsA Types of Data
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B Simple quantitative discrete data
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C Grouped quantitative discrete data
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D Quantitative continuous data
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E Measuring the centre of data
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F Measuring the spread of data
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G Box and whisker plots
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H Cumulative frequency graphs
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I Standard deviation
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Sets and Venn DiagramsA Sets
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B Interval notation
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C Complements of sets
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D Venn diagrams
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E Venn diagram regions
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F Number of regions
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G Problem solving with Venn diagrams
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LogicA Propositions
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B Compound propositions
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C Truth tables and logical equivalence
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D Implication and equivalence
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E Converse,inverse, and contrapositive
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F Valid arguments
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ProbabilityA Experimental probability
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B Sample space
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C Theoretical probability
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D Compound event
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E Tree diagrams
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F Sampling with and without replacement
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G Expectation
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H Probabilities from Venn diagrams
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I Laws of probability
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K Independent events
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The Normal DistributionA The normal distribution
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B Probabilities using a calculator
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C Quantiles of k-values
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Two Variable StatisticsA Correlation
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B Measuring correlation
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C Line of best fit by eye
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D Linear regression
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E The X^2 test of independence
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Pythagoras’ TheoremA Pythagoras’ theorem
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B Right angles in geometry
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C The converse of Pythagoras’ theorem
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D Problem solving
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E Three-dimensional problems
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Coordinate GeometryA Distance between two points
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B Midpoints
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C Gradient
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D Parallel and perpendicular lines
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E Applications of gradient
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F Vertical and horizontal lines
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G Equations of lines
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H Graphing lines
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I Perpendicular bisectors
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Perimeter, Area, and VolumeA Conversion of Units
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B Perimeter
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C Area
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