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HSC General Mathematics Notes

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These study notes provide extended information regarding four major areas in general mathematics.

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Mathematics Trigonometric functions Triangle geometry Trigonometry Conic sections Curves Triangle Sine Geometry Angle Circle Fraction
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A collection of pronumerals and numbers connected by operational symbols is called an expression. An algebraic expression can be evaluated by substituting values for pronumerals. Replacing the pronumeral in an expression with a value e.g solve if a=6 and b=2. 2 = 6 2(2) 6 4 2 = 1.41 2) Simplifying algebraic expressions Algebraic expressions can be simplified by collecting like terms. Like terms are the only terms that can be added or subtracted. (Example) Just as ‘5 x 10’ is the same as ‘10 x 5’, ‘pq’ is the same as ‘qp’. ‘x’ and ‘x2’ are not like terms. When expanding brackets, multiply by every term inside the brackets. Pronumeral x pronumeral = pronumeral2, negative x negative = positive. e.g a) Simplify 4x – x2+ 7x = 4 2 + 7 = 11 2 b) E.g expand and simplify: 3+2(2-5x) c) Expand and simpli...
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