Assessment Notification St Mary Star of the Sea College Preliminary Final Assessment Task 2011 Course: Mathematics Extension One Date of Task: See Exam Timetable Time: See Exam Timetable Venue: See Exam Timetable Topics:

Task

* Arithmetic & Algebra â€“ other inequalities * Linear Functions & Lines - the angle between two lines - internal and external division of a line in a given ratio -harder curve sketching * Plane Geometry - harder problems * Circle Geometry * The Tangent to a Curve & itâ€™s Derivative * Polynomials * Trigonometry - further trigonometry * The Quadratic Polynomial & the Parabola

Task Weighting Timing

Total Marks

Preliminary Final 40% 1.5 hours 5 min reading time 60

Component: Knowledge and skills: 28/40% Reasoning interpretative explanatory & communication skills:12/40%

For illness/misadventure please phone the college by 8:30am and obtain documented evidence. Hand-in tasks must be submitted at the student office by 8:45am. For in class assessment tasks ensure all equipment is in a plastic sleeve. All other personal items should be left at the front of the room. Paper will be provided for all Mathematics assessment tasks. Students must use student numbers for all tasks.

Outcomes: The student: P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 PE2 PE3 PE5 PE6

provides reasoning to support conclusions which are appropriate to the context performs routine arithmetic and algebraic manipulation involving surds, simple rational expressions and trigonometric identities chooses and applies appropriate arithmetic, algebraic, graphical, trigonometric and geometric techniques understands the concept of a function and the relationship between a function and its graph relates the derivative of a function to the slope of its graph determines the derivative of a function through routine application and the rules of differentiation understands and uses the language and notation of calculus uses multi-step deductive reasoning in a variety of contexts solves problems involving inequalities, polynomials and circle geometry determines derivatives which require the application of more than one rule of differentiation makes comprehensive uses of mathematical language, diagrams and notation for communicating in a wide variety of situations

Task Description Written Examination Marks for each question and part marks will be indicated on the examination paper Equipment Writing and geometrical instruments Board Approved scientific calculator allowed Marking Criteria: You will be assessed on your ability to Calculate accurately Substitute correctly in appropriate formulae Approximate appropriately Analyse data to make predictions / draw conclusions Describe /explain mathematical situations Justify answers using appropriate mathematical language, notation and symbols Apply skills and knowledge to solve practical problems

For illness/misadventure please phone the college by 8:30am and obtain documented evidence. Hand-in tasks must be submitted at the student office by 8:45am. For in class assessment tasks ensure all equipment is in a plastic sleeve. All other personal items should be left at the front of the room. Paper will be provided for all Mathematics assessment tasks. Students must use student numbers for all tasks.