Year 12 pricing

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\$570

per term

Upfront payment
\$57 per week
2 hours per week
10 weeks per term
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Lessonbreakdown

10 min
Review and Reinforcement

A review of prior week to reinforce learning and retention.and a quiz to assess their understanding of the previous week’s lesson.

40 min
Explain and Explore

Students are guided through detailed analysis of the subject material by the tutor. The aim is to break up material so that it can be manageably understood and retained by students.

10 min
BREAK

BREAK.

50 min
Practice and Performance 1
A practical session where students are guided on how to answer math questions
and offered feedback on their answers and working out.

10 min
BREAK

BREAK.

50 min
Practice and Performance 2
A practical session where students are guided on how to answer math questions
and offered feedback on their answers and working out.

10min
Synthesise

Students test their mastery of the concepts presented through a short quiz. Real
time feedback is given to identify areas for further practice.

Term courseprogram

Potentia term 1 Oct - Dec

Potentia Term 1

Week 1

Graphing techniques
• Transformation of y = f(x) → y = k(f(ax + b)) + c where f(x) is a polynomial, reciprocal function, absolute value function, exponential function or logarithmic function and a, b, c and k are constants.

Translations
• y = f(x) → y = f(x) + c
• → y = f(x + b)
• → y = kf(x)
• → y = f(ax)

Week 2
• Using graphical methods to solve equations, find intercepts, asymptotes
• Trigonometric functions and graphs

Week 3
• Graphs of trigonometric functions and then translations

Week 4
• Solve trigonometric equations
• Use trigonometric equations in practical problems including periodic phenomena

Week 5    Review and topic test

Week 6

Calculus
• Derivatives of trigonometric functions

Week 7
• Derivative of exponential functions

Week 8
• Derivatives of log functions

Week 9
• Apply the Product Rule, Chain Rule
• Composite functions on trigs, logs and exponential functions

Week 10
•  Review and topic test1

Potentia term 2 Jan - April

Potentia Term 2

Week 1
• Applications of derivatives
• Sign of f’(x) when f(x) is increasing or decreasing
• Use f’(x) to find turning points
• Use f”(x) to identify concavity and find inflexion points
• Graph the function

Week 2
• Using rates of change to solve optimisation problems
• Evaluate the solutions

Week 3

Integral calculus
• Define anti-derivative and use notation Sf(x).dx
• Sxn.dx
• Sf’(x).f(x).dx the reverse of the Chain Rule
• S(ax + b)n.dx

Week 4
• S(trig functions)

Week 5
• Integration of exponential functions and logarithmic functions

Week 6
• Review and topic test

Week 7
• Area as a definite integral
• Determine area under the curve
• Use approximation methods (Trapezoidal Rule)
• Area between the curve and the y-axis

Week 8
• aSbf(x)dx = F(b). F(a)
• Use symmetry properties
• Area between two curves
• Use integrals to solve practical problems

Week 9
• Further problems

Week 10
• Review and topic test

Potentia term 3 April - July

Potentia Term 3

Week 1

Financial  Mathematics

Arithmetic series
• Define terms Tn = Tn-1 + d<
• Tn = a + (n – 1).d
• Find the sum or a partial sum: Sn = n/2 x (a + l)
• Sn = n/2(2a + (n – 1) d)

Week 2

Geometric sequences
• Define, Tn = a.rn-1
• Find the sum of n terms, Sn = a[rn – 1]/r – 1
• Derive a formula for a limiting sum when |r| < 1, S = a/1-r
Week 3

Solve compound interest problems
• Identify and annuity
• Use a table of future values
Week 4
Financial applications to sequences and series
• Use a GP (geometric progression) to model and analyse problems involving exponential growth and decay
• Calculate effective interest rate
• Solve problems involving loans and investments
• Solve problems involving financial decisions
Week 5  Review and topic test

Week 6

Statistical Analysis
• Classify data relating to a single random variable
• Organise, interpret and display data into tabular and graphical representation
Week 7

Calculate measures of central tendencies
• Identify outliers:
• Q1 – 1.5 x IQR (inter quartile range)
• Q3 + 1.5 x IQR
• Describe, compare and interpret distributions
Week 8

Bivariate data analysis
• Construct scatter plots
• Describe relationships
• Calculate correlation coefficients, “r” to quantify the strength of the linear relationship
• Model the relation in a line of best fit
Week 9

Continuous random variables
• Use relative frequencies to estimate probabilities
• -∞S+∞ f(x).dx = 1
• Define the probability as the area under the curve of the probability density P(X ≤ x) = aSx f(x).dx
• Obtain and analyse cumulative distribution with respect to a given probability density function
Week 10    Review and topic test1

Potentia term 4 July - Sept

Potentia Term 4

Week 1
• The normal distribution
• Identify numerical and graphical properties of normally distributed data
• Practical applications
• Z-scores, z = x - φ/σ
• Use scores to compare results

Week 2
• Use collected data to illustrate empirical rules for normally distributed variables
• Sketch f(x) = e-x2
• And the probability density function, f(x) = 1/σ√2π e-(x-φ)2/2φ2

Week 3
• Review and topic test

Week 4
• General review

Week 5
•  End of year exam and complete Trial HSC

Week 6
• HSC Practice

Week 7
• HSC Practice

Week 8
• HSC Practice

Week 9
• HSC Practice Results

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