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AC
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to DC
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Reason
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MATHEMATICS
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Semester 2 2014
Year Ten Mathematics Course 3 Test Three
Indices, surds, expanding, factorisation, probability, univariate and bivariate data
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YEAR 10 COURSE THREE
FINANCIAL INVESTIGATION
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There are times when people wish or need to buy something but are unable to afford it. In order to buy this
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Data analysis Page 1
Two food packaging machines are used to pack 2kg containers of flour. A sample of 20 packs
from each machine was taken and weighed. The results in ki
Semester 2 Exam Revision - Probability
Objectives:
1. use appropriate vocabulary associated with probability.
2. identify that the probability of an impossible event is 0 and an event that is a certai