H2 Mathematics (9740)
Chapter 1: Binomial Theorem
Chapter 1: Binomial Theorem
Expansion
of linear
algebraic
factors
b)n
(a
(ax 2
Expansion
of quadratic
functions
Expansion
of (1 + x)n
bx
n n1
a b
1
n n 2 2
a b
2
c) n
(bx
[c
n n 2
c (x
2
x2 )
1
nx
n
n
b
Statistics Summary
PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS
PROBABILITY
The number of permutations of r objects, taken from
a set of n distinct objects without replacement is
given by
n!
n
Pr =
(n-r)!
PROBABILITY
For two events A and B,
P(A B)=P(A)+P(B)-P(A B)
P(A)=
1
Chemistry
Atomic Structure.2
Chemical Bonding.5
Gaseous State.9
Chemical Energetics.10
The Periodic Table.12
Group II.15
Group VII.16
What you will find here is definitions and short answers that
will be tested. That means you should find them familiar,
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9646 H2 Physics
Measurement2
Kinematics3
Dynamics.5
Forces.6
Work Energy Power.8
Circular motion.10
Gravity.11
Thermal Physics.13
What you will find here is definitions and short answers that
will be tested. That means you should find them familiar,
esp
Atomic Structure
Key Words:
Screening effect, nuclear charge, effective nuclear charge
Electron repulsion within subshells, outweigh, more/less energy
(a) identify and describe protons, neutrons and electrons in
terms of their relative charges and relativ
Economic Policies
Fiscal Policy
Varying of government expenditure and taxes to affect the level of
economic activity in an economy to achieve certain macroeconomic objectives
Expansionary Fiscal Policy (Reduce cyclical unemployment/Reduce
BOP or current a
Chapter 9 Notes
A separate sensory store for each sensory system (vision, hearing, etc.) holds brief
traces of all information registered by that system
Unconscious processes may operate on these traces to determine which
information to pass on to working
Chapter 10 Notes
Fast thinking is unconscious and intuitive
Slow thinking is conscious and deliberative
Analogies are similarities in behavior, functions, or relationships in otherwise
different entities or situations
Scientists and also nonscientists of