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An investigative assessment task on Functions for the NSW Mathematics 2/3 Unit Preliminary course.

Covers: linear, quadratic, absolute value, hyperbola, cubic, exponential, circles,

23 May 2018 Edit: 18 June 2018

Shared by **Meagan Rodda**
Deniliquin, NSW

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- Topics:
- Advanced, Exponential Functions, Number, Absolute Value, Patterns and Algebra, Cubics, Non-Linear Relationships, Quadratics, Straight Line Graphs, Space and Geometry, Circles

- Resource Type:
- Assessment, Assignment, Investigation, Printable

- Australian Curriculum / Mathematical Methods:
- Unit 1 Topic 1 Functions and graphs, Functions, ACMMM025 examine translations and the graphs of y=f(x)+ay=fx+a and y=f(x+b)y=f(x+b) , Graphs of relations, ACMMM020 recognise features of the graphs of x2+y2=r2x2+y2=r2 and (x−a)2+(y−b)2=r2x-a2+y-b2=r2…, ACMMM021 recognise features of the graph of y2=xy2=x including its parabolic shape and its axi…, Lines and linear relationships, ACMMM003 recognise features of the graph of y=mx+c, including its linear nature, its intercept…, Powers and polynomials, ACMMM014 recognise features of the graphs of y=xny=xn for n∈N, n=−1 and n=½n∈N, n=-1 and n=½…, Review of quadratic relationships, ACMMM007 recognise features of the graphs of y=x2y=x2, y=a(x−b)2+c,y=a(x-b)2+c, and y=a(x−b)(x…

- NSW Mathematics Advanced Stage 6 Syllabus:
- Functions, MA-F1 Working with Functions, F1.3 Linear, quadratic and cubic functions, F1.4 Further functions and relations, MA-F2 Graphing Techniques, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, MA-E1 Logarithms and Exponentials, E1.4: Graphs and applications of exponential and logarithmic functions

- NSW Mathematics Extension 1 Stage 6 Syllabus:
- Functions, ME-F1 Further Work with Functions, ME-F1.1 Graphical relationships

- NSW Stage 6 Mathematics and Extension 1:
- 4 Real Functions of a Real Variable and Their Geometrical Representation, 4.2 The graph of a function. Simple examples., 4.3 Algebraic representation of geometrical relationships. Locus problems., 6 Linear Functions and Lines, 6.1 The linear function y = mx + b and its graph., 9 The Quadratic Polynomial and the Parabola, 9.1 The quadratic polynomial ax² + bx + c. Graph of a quadratic function. Roots of a qua…

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Thankyou Meagan - I used this one 😊. It was very good. I changed the x+h to x-h. Otherwise used as is. Thankyou for sharing. It is better than the one I had.