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Binomial Probabilties

Probability ###### ​Term 1 | Oct. - Dec.
• Differentiation of Power Functions

• Rules of Differentiation

• Logarithmic & Exponential Functions

• Calculus of Exponential & Logarithmic Functions

• Derivative As A Rate Measurer

• Identities & Equations in Trigonometry

• Trigonometric Functions & Graphs

• Differential Calculus

###### ​Term 2 | Feb. - Apr.
• Applications of Differentiation

• The Anti-derivative

• Areas & The Definite Integral

• Arithmetic Sequences & Series

• Geometric Sequences & Series

• Financial Applications of Sequences & Series

###### ​Term 3 | Apr. - Jun.
• Bivariate Data Analysis

• Continuous Random Variables

• The Normal Distribution

• Further Differentiation

• Further Applications of Differentiation

• Further Integration

• Further Applications of Integration

• Further Trigonometry

• Sequences & Series

• Financial Mathematics

###### ​Term 1 | Oct. - Dec.
• Introduction to Vectors

• Further Operations With Vectors

• Trigonometric Equations

• Graphical Relationships

• Trigonometric Functions & Graphs

• Proof by Mathematical Induction

• Differential Calculus

• Applications of Differentiation

###### ​Term 2 | Feb. - Apr.
• Applications of Differentiation

• The Anti-derivative

• Areas & The Definite Integral

• Projectile Motion

• Arithmetic Sequences & Series

• Geometric Sequences & Series

• Financial Applications of Sequences & Series

###### ​Term 3 | Apr. - Jun.
• Further Calculus Skills

• Further Area and Volumes of Solids

• Differential Equations

• Bivariate Data Analysis

• Continuous Random Variables

• The Normal Distribution

• Bernoulli & Binomial Distributions

• Normal Approximation for Sample Proportion

###### ​Term 1 | Oct. - Dec.
• Introduction to Complex Number

• Solving Equations With Complex Number

• Geometrical Implications of Complex Numbers

• Further Work With Vectors

• The Nature of Proof

• Further Proof by Mathematical Induction

###### ​Term 2 | Feb. - Apr.
• Further Integration

• Simple Harmonic Motion

• Modelling Motion Without Resistance

• Resisted Motion

• Projectiles and Resisted Motion

• Further Works on Complex Numbers

###### ​Term 3 | Apr. - Jun.
• Further Works on Complex Numbers

• Consolidation Works with Vectors

• Further Inequalities & Mathematical Induction

• Further Integration (Enhanced Version)

• Mechanics

###### Ext. 2 HSC Revision​

Participate in engaging weekly 2.5 - 3 hours tutorials conducted by qualified teacher.

Reinforce learning by completing specially chosen weekly homework questions.

## HSC English

Year 12 students are required to bring the latest school assessment task and advise on school text prior to joining the class.  Students who will be doing Extension level (Ext. 1  / Ext. 2 English) can pre-book additional private 30 minutes session with our experienced English teacher.

###### Term 1 |Sept. - Dec.

Introduction to the focus study and the requirement of the syllabus;

Consideration of 'unseen texts', how to respond and what to look for;

How to consider the value of texts and how to juxtapose texts to consider the extent to which they meet the criteria.

###### Term 2 |Feb. - Apr.

Review of assessment tasks that have been completed;

Creative writing and how to produce an adaptable response;

Discussion between students who are studying the same text.

###### Term 3 |Apr. - Jun.

Review of the assessment tasks that have been completed since the last review;

Student in class will re-write tasks after review;

Consideration of exam preparation and the value or disadvantage of prepared essays.

###### Term 4 |Jul. - Sept.

Review each student's trial HSC results with re-writes of essays to reflect any necessary alternative or change;

Preparation for HSC.

' Trial Exam Revision'

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