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Mathematical Methods: Units 1 and 2

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This video looks at how you can determine the actual rule of a graph given a template and either one or two coordinates. This forms part of the Year 11 Mathematical Methods course here in Australia but is relevant to all courses. I look at a number of example and explain how to find values of missing pronumerals. I look at CAS and by hand techniques. The teaching is done with humour and an understanding that not everyone finds Mathematics easy.

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