Maths Quest General Mathematics HSC Course 3E + EBookPLUS

Maths Quest General Mathematics HSC Course 3E + EBookPLUS

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Maths Quest General Mathematics HSC Course Third edition is designed for the General Mathematics Stage 6 Syllabus. This text provides comprehensive coverage of the five syllabus areas: Financial mathematics, Data analysis, Measurement, Probability and Algebraic modelling. The student textbook contains the following new features: ? Comprehensive step-by-step calculator instructions, fully integrated into Worked Examples ? Electronic Tutorials for key Worked Examples ? Further development question in every exercise ? Interactivities ? eLessons ? eBookPLUS references throughout to guide students and teachers to relevant on-line material The textbook continues to offer the following award-winning features: ? Full colour with stimulating photographs and graphics ? Carefully graded exercises with many skill and application problems, including multiple-choice questions ? Easy to follow Worked examples in the Think-Write format ? Cross references throughout exercises to relevant Worked Examples ? Comprehensive chapter reviews with practice examination questions ? A glossary of mathematical terms that define the terminology introduced in each unit ?
Investigations, spreadsheet applications and more. This title features eBookPLUS which is provided FREE with the textbook, but is also available for purchase separately. eBookPLUS is an electronic version of the textbook and a complementary set of targeted digital resources. These flexible and engaging ICT activities are available to you online at the JacarandaPLUS website (
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  • Online resource | 485 pages
  • Jacaranda Wiley, Australia
  • Milton, QLD, Australia
  • 3rd edition
  • 1742462804
  • 9781742462806

Table of contents

Introduction. About eBookPLUS. Acknowledgements. 1. Credit and borrowing. 2. Further applications of area and volume. 3. Applications of trigonometry. 4. Interpreting sets of data. 5. Algebraic skills and techniques. 6. Multi-stage events. 7. Applications of probability. 8. Annuities and loan repayments. 9. Modelling linear and non-linear relationships. 10. Depreciation. 11. The normal distribution. 12. Correlations. 13. Spherical geometry. Glossary. Answers. Index.
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