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Unit 1 revision Q 1 What is the perpendicular bisector of a line ?
Unit 1 revision Q 2 How do you find the median AM of triangle ABC ?
Unit 1 revision Q 3 What is the gradient of a vertical line ?
Unit 1 revision Q 4 How do you find where two lines intersect ?
Unit 1 revision Q 5 What two things do you require in order to find the equation of a straight line ?
Unit 1 revision Q 6 What is the general equation of a straight line passing through (a,b) with gradient m ? x y (a,b)
Unit 1 revision Q 7 How do you find the gradient of a line, given the angle the line makes with the positive direction of the x-axis ?
Unit 1 revision Q 8 What is the gradient of a horizontal line ?
Unit 1 revision Q 9 What is an altitude of a triangle ?
Unit 1 revision Q 10 How do you change from degrees to radians ?
Unit 1 revision Q 11 What is an equivalent expression for y = a x using logs ?
Unit 1 revision Q 12 How do you solve an equation like 3sinx+1 = 0 ?
Unit 1 revision Q 13 How do you draw the graph of 3+f(x) given the graph of f(x) ?
Unit 1 revision Q 14 How do you find the exact values of sin x or tan x given cos x = a ? b
Unit 1 revision Q 15 How do you draw the graph of –f(x) given the graph of f(x) ?
Unit 1 revision Q 16 Which two points does the graph of y = log a x always pass through ?
Unit 1 revision Q 17 If f(x) = x n then what is f ’ (x) ?
Unit 1 revision Q 18 How do you show that a curve is always decreasing?
Unit 1 revision Q 19 For a curve, how do you find the stationary points and their nature ?
Unit 1 revision Q 20 How do you know when a recurrence relation of the form u n+1 = au n + b converges ?
Unit 1 revision Q 21 If you know the graph of f(x) how do you draw the graph of f(-x)?
Unit 1 revision Q 22 How do you show that a curve is always increasing?
Unit 1 revision Q 23 Solve for x x 3 – 2x 2 – 24x = 0
Unit 1 revision Q 24 Solve for x cos 2 x = 3 4 For 0 0 ≤ x 0 ≤ 360 0
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