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- (i) Mathematical Notation and, Terminology and Methods
- (viii) Understand and use permutations and combinations
- 1 - Be familiar with standard mathematical notation and terminology.
- 2D Coordinates
- 2 - Know the representation and names of the letters of the Greek alphabet that are commonly used in mathematical, statistical and actuarial work
- 3 - Understand common mathematical expressions
- 4 - Understand the concept of a mathematical proof
- An Alternative Description of Integration by Parts
- Another Physical Example - The Lotka-Volterra Model
- Applied Mathematics
- Apply simple iterative methods, to solve non-linear equations.
- Basic Properties of a Set
- Basic properties of a set
- Be able to carry out consistent calculations using a convenient multiple of a standard unit
- Be familiar with commonly used Latin expressions and abbreviations
- Be familiar with the Gregorian calendar
- Be familiar with the various mathematical constants
- Bearings
- Binomial Probability
- Calculate the absolute change, the proportionate change or the percentage change in a quantity
- Calculate the absolute error, the proportionate error or the percentage error
- Calculate the sum of various series
- Carry out calculations involving matrices
- Carry out simple calculations involving vectors
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- Click here for the Answers to data handling
- Common notation used in handling sets
- Core/Pure Mathematics
- Core Mathematics
- Currency systems
- Current Flow
- Curves and Curve Fitting
- Decimals, Percantages, Fractions
- Define Bayes’ Theorem for events
- Define basic properties satisfied by the probability of occurrence of an event, and calculate probabilities of events in simple situations
- Define independence for two events
- Define probability as a set function on a collection of events, stating basic axioms
- Define the addition rule for the probability of the union of two events
- Define the conditional probability
- Define the expected value of a function of a random variable
- Describe the level/location of a set of data
- Describe the spread/variability of a set of data
- Determine the units of measurement (dimensions) of a quantity
- Determine when a definite integral converges
- Differentiate the standard functions
- Differentiation Challenges
- Domain and Range
- Error Analysis
- Estimate the numerical value of expressions without using a calculator and apply reasonableness tests to check the result of a calculation
- Evaluate derivatives of sums, products and quotients