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  1. (i) Mathematical Notation and, Terminology and Methods
  2. (viii) Understand and use permutations and combinations
  3. 1 - Be familiar with standard mathematical notation and terminology.
  4. 2D Coordinates
  5. 2 - Know the representation and names of the letters of the Greek alphabet that are commonly used in mathematical, statistical and actuarial work
  6. 3 - Understand common mathematical expressions
  7. 4 - Understand the concept of a mathematical proof
  8. An Alternative Description of Integration by Parts
  9. Another Physical Example - The Lotka-Volterra Model
  10. Applied Mathematics
  11. Apply simple iterative methods, to solve non-linear equations.
  12. Basic Properties of a Set
  13. Basic properties of a set
  14. Be able to carry out consistent calculations using a convenient multiple of a standard unit
  15. Be familiar with commonly used Latin expressions and abbreviations
  16. Be familiar with the Gregorian calendar
  17. Be familiar with the various mathematical constants
  18. Bearings
  19. Binomial Probability
  20. Calculate the absolute change, the proportionate change or the percentage change in a quantity
  21. Calculate the absolute error, the proportionate error or the percentage error
  22. Calculate the sum of various series
  23. Carry out calculations involving matrices
  24. Carry out simple calculations involving vectors
  25. Click here for the Answers
  26. Click here for the Answers to data handling
  27. Common notation used in handling sets
  28. Core/Pure Mathematics
  29. Core Mathematics
  30. Currency systems
  31. Current Flow
  32. Curves and Curve Fitting
  33. Decimals, Percantages, Fractions
  34. Define Bayes’ Theorem for events
  35. Define basic properties satisfied by the probability of occurrence of an event, and calculate probabilities of events in simple situations
  36. Define independence for two events
  37. Define probability as a set function on a collection of events, stating basic axioms
  38. Define the addition rule for the probability of the union of two events
  39. Define the conditional probability
  40. Define the expected value of a function of a random variable
  41. Describe the level/location of a set of data
  42. Describe the spread/variability of a set of data
  43. Determine the units of measurement (dimensions) of a quantity
  44. Determine when a definite integral converges
  45. Differentiate the standard functions
  46. Differentiation Challenges
  47. Domain and Range
  48. Error Analysis
  49. Estimate the numerical value of expressions without using a calculator and apply reasonableness tests to check the result of a calculation
  50. Evaluate derivatives of sums, products and quotients

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