### FREE download: 2021 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1

Tuesday, January 19th, 20212021 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1 – PDF 77 KB

Thanks to Nadeem Rujub of Minaret College for checking the questions and providing suggestions.

2021 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1 – PDF 77 KB

Thanks to Nadeem Rujub of Minaret College for checking the questions and providing suggestions.

2021 Mathematical Methods Trial Exam 1 Solutions – PDF 68 KB

2021 Mathematical Methods Trial Exam 2 – PDF 164 KB

Thanks to Nadeem Rujub for checking the questions and providing valuable suggestions.

2020 VCAA Physics Exam Solutions – PDF 117 KB

Thanks to Brendon Beard of Kerang Technical High School for pointing out the following:

For Q7 in the multiple choice section, the transformer is connected to DC voltage, therefore it will not work, and the voltage at the output will be ZERO. Answer is A.

2020 VCAA Further Mathematics Exam 2 Solutions – PDF 152 KB

Thanks to Judith Phillips and Amy Devereaux for checking the solutions and correcting mistakes.

Thanks to Jack Brott for pointing out that for Statistics Q5b the answer should be in kg/litre instead of cm.

Thanks to Sue Holmes of MLC for checking the solutions and correcting mistakes.

2020 NSW ESA Mathematics Standard 1 Solutions – PDF 164 KB

Thanks to Lyn Harris for checking the solutions and correcting mistakes.

2020 VCAA Specialist Mathematics Exam 2 Solutions – PDF 127 KB

Thanks to Raymond Rozen for checking the solutions and correcting mistakes.

Thanks to Cameron Dole for pointing out the following:

For Q2di and 2dii the ray should start with an open circle (all rays defined by Arg(z) = theta start with an open circle). That then means the function in 2dii should have its domain defined with a curved bracket around -2 and not a square one.

2020 VCAA Mathematical Methods Exam 2 Solutions – PDF 71 KB

Thanks to Nadeem Rujub of Minaret College for checking the solutions and correcting mistakes.

Thanks to John Kermond of JMSS for pointing out that in Q5h, (-t, 0) is not necessarily the x-intercept of a tangent (refer to Q5g) as interpreted by itute. Hence the value of k can be any real number.

2020 NSW ESA Mathematics Standard 2 Solutions – PDF 73 KB

Thanks to Lyn Harris for checking the draft, correcting mistakes and providing some solutions.