You can do all sorts of things with Calculus! Here’s a sample from the Maths Methods Video Tutorials on the basics of stationary points and how they relate to Calculus:







Also, here’s a quick cheat sheet for stationary points taken directly from The Ultimate Maths Methods Overview:


 Stationary Points in Maths Methods





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Stationary Points in Maths Methods

Share0 You can do all sorts of things with Calculus! Here’s a sample from the Maths Methods Video Tutorials on the basics of stationary points and how they relate to Calculus: Also, here’s a quick cheat sheet for stationary points taken directly from The Ultimate Maths Methods Overview:   Enjoyed this? Get more stuff emailed […]

Product Rule and Quotient Rule in Maths Methods

Share0 How’s term 2 so far? Let me know if you need any advice, I’m always happy to help! For this week’s lesson, here’s another edited snippet from the Maths Methods Video Tutorials which covers the Product Rule in less than a minute… the full tutorial obviously goes into much more depth but this is […]

The Chain Rule in VCE Maths Methods

Share0 Last week we covered basic Calculus so this week let’s look at The Chain Rule! Here’s an edited snippet from the Maths Methods Video Tutorials created so it covers the basics in just 30 seconds. The actual tutorials cover it in much more detail but it’s a good start! Also, here’s a page from […]

Sin, cos and tan in Maths Methods

Share0 Many schools are already up to Calculus and Differentiation but I wanted to quickly go over how to sketch basic sin, cos and tan graphs before I move on. Some of them can be pretty tough but this diagram from The Ultimate Maths Methods Overview is a good starting point:   Enjoyed this? Get […]

Exact Values in Maths Methods

Share0 A couple of week’s ago we went over the basics of sin, cos and tan. Now it’s time to look at exact values! Here’s a diagram from The Ultimate Maths Methods Overview to show you how to how to visualise the exact values. This is such a useful chart and I hope you get […]

How to Sketch Logs and Exponentials

Share0 Last week we covered some of the basics of exponentials and logs, and now it’s time to look at how to sketch them! To help you out, I’ve taken another page from The Ultimate Maths Methods Overview to show you how to sketch each one (in just 4 steps). Here it is:   Enjoyed […]

Sketching Graphs – A Maths Methods Music Video!

Share0   Sketching graphs is a very important skill. You would have quite a bit of experience sketching functions, but even so, many students haven’t fully mastered it yet. To help you out, we’re doing something a little different this week. It’s a bit dorky but my artistic side got the better of me and […]

How to study effectively

  It’s not just a question of how many hours but the quality of study which is highly determined by this fact:   A person works most effectively when focusing on one thing at a time.   You never see a racing driver on the phone during a race, a surgeon is never updating her […]

How to prepare for year 12

Share0   The quickest way to make Maths Methods easy is to first focus on understanding the fundamental concepts.   So many students are just interested in finding out how to answer questions or learn the hints and tricks to getting the best score – but this is doing it the hard way. It doesn’t […]

A helpful exam technique

  This is technique that a lot of students have used and hopefully it can help you.   Cycle through the exam. Do all the easy questions first and make sure you don’t spend too long each question. If a question is taking too long then move on. If you get stuck, move on. It’s […]

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