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This test will assess a students ability to work with piecewise and composite functions.

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This test will assess a students ability to work with piecewise and composite functions.

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Plot linear functions and identify key characteristics.
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Assessment of NCDCS Unit 1 material.

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Review of NCDCS Unit 1 material.

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Identifying gradient and $y$-intercept from $y=mx+b$.

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Identifying y=mx+b given two points

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There are copious comments in the definition of the function eqnline about the voodoo needed to have a JSXGraph diagram interact with the input box for a part.

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Compute a table of values for a cubic function. A JSXgraph (the graph paper) plot shows the curve going through the entered values. The student input is now disconnected from the graph so that they slide the points usually after they input the values and the answer fields are not updated.

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Compute a table of values for a quadratic function. The student input is now disconnected from the graph so that they slide the points on the graph after they input the values and the answer fields are not updated. Now includes a graph in advice.

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Compute a table of values for a quadratic function. A JSXgraph (the graph paper) plot shows the curve going through the entered values. The student input is now disconnected from the graph so that they slide the points usually after they input the values and the answer fields are not updated.

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Multiple choice question. Given a randomised polynomial select the possible ways of writing the domain of the function.

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Students will simplify radicals as well as spiral review of compound interest problems.
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Students will assess their ability to solve  problems involving logs and exponentials.
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Students will review and practice problems involving logs and exponentials.