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Pearson Mathematical Methods Queensland 12 Student Book with eBook

By Nicola Silva, Georgia Sotiriou
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9781488621420
Published date
01/08/2019
 
 
 

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This product includes a copy of Pearson Mathematical Methods Queensland 12 Student Book with access to the eBook.

It is created for the new senior maths QCAA syllabus to save you time and help you teach with confidence.

  • Every question and worked example is graded according to QCE levels of difficulty, simple familiar, complex familiar, and complex unfamiliar
  • Sample exams, question banks, technology activities, and fully worked solutions
  • Digital activities to engage and support conceptual understanding
  • Instructions for smart use of technology
  • A focus on common errors for increased awareness
  • Curriculum grids and aligned teaching programs in the teacher resource.

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Product details
ISBN
 
9781488621420
Edition
 
1st
Published date
 
01/08/2019
Published by
 
Pearson Australia
Pages
 
700
Format
 
Table of contents
  • UNIT THREE
  • 1 Derivatives of exponential functions
  • 1.1 Euler’s number and index laws
  • 1.2 Graphing exponential functions
  • 1.3 Differentiating exponential functions
  • 1.4 Applications of exponential functions
  • 1.5 Further differentiation
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • 2 Trigonometric functions and derivatives
  • Recall
  • 2.1 Radians and the unit circle
  • 2.2 Solving trigonometric equations
  • 2.3 Graphs of trigonometric functions
  • 2.4 Derivatives of trigonometric functions
  • 2.5 Applications of trigonometric functions
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • 3 Logarithmic functions and their derivatives
  • Recall
  • 3.1 Logarithmic functions and their properties
  • 3.2 Logarithmic equations
  • 3.3 Logarithmic bases and exponential equations
  • 3.4 Graphs of logarithmic functions
  • 3.5 Logarithmic scales
  • 3.6 The derivative of the natural logarithm
  • 3.7 Applications of logarithms
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • Mixed Review
  • Chapters 1 – 3
  • 4 Anti-differentiation
  • Recall
  • 4.1 Introduction to anti-differentiation
  • 4.2 Anti-differentiation of power functions
  • 4.3 Anti-differentiation of binomial power functions
  • 4.4 Anti-differentiation of exponential functions
  • 4.5 Anti-differentiation of sine and cosine functions
  • 4.6 Anti-derivatives of reciprocal functions
  • 4.7 Further anti-differentiation
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • 5 Definite integrals
  • Recall
  • 5.1 Estimating area beneath curves
  • 5.2 Finding definite integrals
  • 5.3 Calculating area beneath curves
  • 5.4 Finding area between curves
  • 5.5 Kinematics applications of integration
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • Unit 3 Exam Review
  • Chapters 1 – 5
  • UNIT FOUR
  • 6 Further applications of differentiation
  • Recall
  • 6.1 The derivative and curve sketching
  • 6.2 Motion and derivatives
  • 6.3 The second derivative and curve sketching
  • 6.4 Maximum and minimum problems
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • 7 Sine and Cosine rules
  • Recall
  • 7.1 Trigonometry review
  • 7.2 The sine rule and the cosine rule
  • 7.3 Areas of triangles
  • 7.4 Bearings
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • 8 Binomial distributions
  • Recall
  • 8.1 Discrete probability distributions review
  • 8.2 Bernoulli trials and binomial distributions
  • 8.3 Statistics of binomial probability distributions
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • Mixed Review
  • Chapters 1 – 8
  • 9 Continuous random variables and the normal distribution
  • Recall
  • 9.1 Continuous random variables
  • 9.2 The normal distribution
  • 9.3 Standard normal distributions
  • 9.4 Inverse of standard normal
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • 10 Interval estimates for proportions
  • Recall
  • 10.1 Random sampling
  • 10.2 The central limit theorem
  • 10.3 Proportions
  • 10.4 Estimating with confidence
  • Chapter summary
  • Chapter review
  • Unit 4 Exam Review
  • Chapters 6 – 10
  • Unit 3 & 4 Exam Review
  • Chapters 1 – 10
Features & benefits
  • Specifically written for the incoming new senior mathematics QCAA syllabus
  • Every question explicitly graded using the three levels of difficulty as specified in the QCAA syllabus: simple familiar, complex familiar, and complex unfamiliar. This tailors it uniquely to QCAA syllabus and the visibility of the grading helps ensure well graded questions.
  • Recall section: This sits at the at the start of every chapter and is designed to revise prerequisite knowledge and skills needed to complete the forthcoming material
  • Making Connections: These provide teachers and students with a visual interactive of specific mathematics concepts or ideas to aid students in their understanding. The actual activity will be attached to the eBook, accessed via Reader+
  • Explore Further tasks: provide an opportunity for students to consolidate their understanding of concepts and ideas with the aid of technology, and answer a small number of questions to deepen their understanding and broaden their skill base. These activities should take approximately 5-15 minutes to complete.
  • Interactives in the form of videos explaining specific concepts or skills, or interactive questions to check-in on understanding
  • Support in using technology such as spreadsheets, graphing calculators and graphing software, and includes technology focused Worked Examples and activities.
  • All chapter include questions specifically designed to focus on common misconceptions and errors student make, with detailed explanations contained in worked solution.
  • Every Chapter Review has been written to follow the QCAA external Exam Paper 1 & 2 proportions for level of difficulty and questions types, which is 60% simple familiar, 20% complex familiar, and 20% complex unfamiliar.
  • Fully worked solutions for all questions in the student textbook and accompanying teacher support material
  • Mixed Reviews and Exam Reviews offer cumulative practice of content already covered to prepare students for internal and external exams. They are placed between every 2-4 chapters.
  • Exams: Each title includes pre-prepared exams to support teachers with the QCAA specified internal assessment tasks. These have also been written to follow the QCAA external Exam Paper 1 & 2 proportions for level of difficulty and questions types, which is 60% simple familiar, 20% complex familiar, and 20% complex unfamiliar.
  • Problem Solving and modeling task for Unit 1&2 and Units 3&4 to support teachers with the QCAA specified internal assessment tasks
  • Question Banks: a set of 15-30 additional questions with fully worked solutions have been developed for every chapter to support teachers in preparing a range of internal assessment or review tasks.
  • Pre-prepared Teaching Programs and curriculum grids to support implementation of the new courses.
Series overview
Our series is not a re-working of an existing series. It’s been developed specifically for the new Queensland senior secondary mathematics syllabus.

All content is covered, including assessments, helping teachers and students adapt to the new Queensland way.

Supplement URL
Explore the Pearson Queensland senior mathematics site where you can download free samplers, request an inspection copy and watch webinar recordings.