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New WAY AOD OANA Ari EY Bra cu) LL a iB ip Revision Chapter 2 i 22 2B Revision Chapter 3 31 32 33 34 3g 3.4 Revision Chapter 4 4 42 43 4a Mathematical Induction Principle of mathematical induction Applications to series Applications to divisibility problems Applications of mathematical induction Exercise Binomial Theorem for Positive Integral Indices The n! and C" notations Binomial expansions The binomial theorem Exercise 2 Quadratic Equations and Quadratic Functions Methods of solving quadratic equati Discriminant and the nature of roots Relation between roots and coefficients Quadrati . Simultaneous equations: one linear and one quadratic Absolute values. Exercise 3 ns functions Inequalities in One Variable Basic rules of inequalities Linear inequalit Quadratic inequal jes in one variable ties in one variable Applications to problems on quadratic equations and functions ReVision Exercise 4 Review I SelFassessment Exercise | x 30 32 38 44 51 57 6 6 68 a 16 27 64 7 Chapter 5 Trigonometric Functions of General Angles 80 a2 Radian measure. 80 53 Definitions of the six trigonometric functions 84 5.4 Transformation formulae 87 5.5 Graphs of trigonometric functions - a1 5.6 Simple trigonometric equations ............ . 95 Revision Exercise 5 Prarie - 97 Chapter 6 Compound Angles 102 61 Compound angle formulae . 102 62 The subsidiary angle form 107 6.3 Double angle formulae easend 1: 64 Transformation of products and sums. 116 65 General solutions of trigonometric equations 121 Revision Exercise 6 ae 124 I I I I I | I I I Chapter 7 Applications of Trigonometry 133 I 72 The sine formula so 133 73 The cosine formula —— 137 I 74 Simple trigonometric identities. ties 14h 75 Three dimensional problems 143 I i i I I i d I i Revision Exercise 7 ssunn 147 Review II 158 Self-assessment Exercise 2