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• Question in CHY1205

Practice of conversion between SI units of mass, volume & length.

• Question in CHY1205

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• Question in CHY1205

Split $\displaystyle \frac{ax+b}{(cx + d)(px+q)}$ into partial fractions.

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Question in CHY1205

Simple transposition question

• Exam (5 questions) in CHY1205

5 questions on definite integrals - integrate polynomials, trig functions and exponentials; find the area under a graph; find volumes of revolution.

• Question in CHY1205

Rearrange some expressions involving logarithms by applying the relation $\log_b(a) = c \iff a = b^c$.

• Question in CHY1205

Use laws for addition and subtraction of logarithms to simplify a given logarithmic expression to an arbitrary base.

• Question in CHY1205

Use the rule $\log_a(n^b) = b\log_a(n)$ to rearrange some expressions.

• Exam (3 questions) in CHY1205

Quiz covering basic arithmetic with complex numbers and solving roots for a quadratic with complex solutions

• Question in CHY1205

Two quadratic graphs are sketched with some area beneath them shaded. Question is to determine the area of shaded regions using integration. The first graph's area is all above the $x$-axis. The second graph has some area above and some below the $x$-axis.

• Exam (11 questions) in CHY1205

Questions on integration using various methods such as parts, substitution, trig identities and partial fractions.

• Exam (12 questions) in CHY1205

Differentiation of  polynomials, cos, sin, exp, log functions. Product, quotient and chain rules.

Missing: Application with bacteria, turning points, difficult chain rule

• Question in CHY1205

Differentiate $\displaystyle \frac{ax+b}{cx+d}$.

• Question in CHY1205

Find the inverse of a composite function by finding the inverses of two functions and then the composite of these; and by finding the composite of two functions then finding the inverse. The question then concludes by asking students to compare their two answers and verify they're equivalent.