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General Mathematics Summary of Content

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These notes include a chapter-by-chapter summary of each maths topic in the HSC General Maths syllabus.

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General Mathematics Summary of Content
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Descriptive statistics Data analysis Probability and statistics Summary statistics Means Median Standard deviation Standard score Errors and residuals Normal distribution Statistics Slope
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Descriptive statistics Data analysis Probability and statistics Summary statistics Means Median Standard deviation Standard score Errors and residuals Normal distribution Statistics Slope
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te loans ● I=Prn ● A = P+I ○ I ­ Interest (simple or flat) earned for the use of money ○ P ­ Principal is the initial amount of money borrowed ○ R ­ Rate of simple interest per period expressed as a decimal ○ N ­ Number of time periods ○ A ­ Amount of final balance Table of loan repayments ● See textbooks for details Future value ● FV =PV(1+r) 2 or ● PV = FV/(1+r) n or ● I= FV ­ PV ○ FV ­ Future value of the loan or amount (final balance) ○ PV ­ Present value of the loan or principal (initial quantity of money) ○ R ­ Rate of interest per compounding time period as a decimal ○ N ­ Number of compounding time periods ○ I ­ Interest (compounded) earned Comparing loans ● Consider interest rate, flexibility, fees and the comparison rate Credit cards ● Daily interest rate = Annual interest rate/365 ● A= P(1+r) 2 ● I = A ...
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