5th July: MJC 2018

### Plan for 14th-21st June:

### Plan for 7th June:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- PnC questions: H1 Permutations and Combinations
- 2018 H1 TJC

### Plan for 31st May:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Review of binomial Notes: Only 2.2-2.4 is relevant for H1: DRV Binomial Summary Notes

Past prelim questions: H1 2018 Binomial - Review of probability Probability Summary Notes

"Slightly" easier questions: Q1-5 Probability

Past prelim questions H1 2018 Probability - Older TYS: 2007_Paper

2008_Paper

2009_Paper

Relevant questions: 2007: Q9, 11. 2008: Q8, 9. 2009: Q6,10.

### Plan for 10th May:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Integration applications: Q8,9,16 Integration Applications Area
- Two curves: split up into two
- Use of GC vs exact answer/do not use a GC, integrals with constants $a,b,k$ etc
- ** Advanced: $\int x \; \mathrm{d}y$: area with respect to $y$ axis.

- Work on past prelim differentiation together: SRJC H1 2015
- Past prelim questions: H1 Differentiation Prelim Questions
- Discuss holiday revision plan

### HW for 3rd-10th May:

- Integration areas: Q1,2,3,4a,b (we will discuss 4c together next lesson) T2020_10_H1_Area

### Plan for 3rd May:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Q1, 2, 10, 13, 19
- Integration applications: Q1,2,4,5,7,8,9,10,13,16,17,19 Integration Applications Area
- Basic ideas of area under curve and definite integrals
- Positive and negative integrals/areas
- Two curves: top curve minus bottom curve
- Two curves: split up into two
- Use of GC vs exact answer/do not use a GC, integrals with constants $a,b,k$ etc
- Advanced: $\int x \; \mathrm{d}y$: area with respect to $y$ axis.

- Work on past prelim differentiation together: SRJC H1 2015
- Past prelim questions: H1 Differentiation Prelim Questions
- Discuss holiday revision plan

### Plan for 26th April:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Start on integration: Q1-6,8,9: Integration - Exercise 1
- Integration (Exp and Log): Q3-7: Integration - Exercise 2
- Work on past prelim differentiation together: SRJC H1 2015
- Past prelim questions: H1 Differentiation Prelim Questions

### HW Plan for 26th April-3rd May:

- Past prelim questions: Q1,3,5 H1 Differentiation Prelim Questions

### Plan for 19th April:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Drill work on maxima/minima: Q1,3-7 (i.e. skip Q2) Differentiation Applications - Maxima & Minima - Revision 1
- Drill work on rates of change. Differentiation Applications - Rate of Change - Revision 2 Q1,2,6,7,8.
- Past prelim questions: H1 Differentiation Prelim Questions

### Plan for 12th April:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Drill work on stationary points (Using the modified worksheet passed to you)
- Start discussion and work on maxima/minima: Q1,3-7 (i.e. skip Q2) Differentiation Applications - Maxima & Minima - Revision 1
- If time permits, a discussion of increasing/decreasing graphs, rates of change. Differentiation Applications - Rate of Change - Revision 2 Q1,2,6,7,8.

### Plan for 5th April:

- Review any questions from last week/school/tutorial
- Using GC for numerical differentiation
- Discuss the new topic: tangents
- Notes for all the differentiation applications: Differentiation Applications Summary Notes
- Drill work on tangents (Using the modified worksheets passed to you)
- If time permits, a discussion of the other applications: increasing/decreasing graphs, maximum/minimum/stationary points

Google Drive I will be storing files in for this period of time: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12mPA4orUqB3d098ZCfGR5qiwAWbOJHtB?usp=sharing

### 29th March-5th April:

- Finish up questions in Differentiation techniques: exercise 4

### Plan for 29th March:

- Check on what went on in school the past week + your questions
- Continue work on differentiation: today we will work on the differentiation techniques (including chain rule) for exponentials and logarithms.
- Drill work on logarithm and exponential: Exponential and logarithm differentiation worksheet (I believe this worksheeet is passed to you already).

Questions relevant to us for "Exercise 4":

- Section A: Q1 (all)
- Q2a,c,d
- Q3a,b,c,e,f
- Q4a,b,g
- Misc Exercise: Q1(i),(ii),(iii)
- Q2a, 3a, b
- Q5a, 6, 9, 11

After we get more comfortable with these techniques we will move onto the first application of differentiation: finding the equation of the tangent to a curve. I will discuss the concepts and the relevant questions in the tangent worksheets when we get there.