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FREE Download: 2017 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1 Solutions

Monday, November 28th, 2016

2017 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1 Solutions – PDF 128 KB

FREE Download: 2017 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1

Monday, November 28th, 2016

2017 Specialist Mathematics Trial Exam 1 – PDF 77KB

FREE Download: 2016 VCAA Specialist Mathematics Exam 2 Solutions

Thursday, November 10th, 2016

2016 VCAA Specialist Mathematics Exam 2 Solutions – PDF 136KB

Thanks to Ray Rozen of RMIT for pointing out that in Section A Q18, the oranges and lemons are all randomly selected so the masses of the fruits are independent. Hence Var(O1+O2+O3+L1+L2)=Var(O1)+Var(O2) …etc
The answer is A.

Thanks to Gavin Rogers for pointing out a mistake in SECTION B Q2f answer. It should not have pi in each number.

FREE Download: 2016 NSW BOS Mathematics Extension 1 Solutions

Sunday, November 6th, 2016

2016 NSW BOS Mathematics Extension 1 Solutions – PDF 87KB

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

FREE Download: 2016 VCAA Specialist Mathematics Exam 1 Solutions

Saturday, November 5th, 2016

2016 VCAA Specialist Mathematics Exam 1 Solutions – PDF 48KB

FREE Download: 2016 VCAA Mathematical Methods Exam 2 Solutions

Friday, November 4th, 2016

2016 VCAA Mathematical Methods Exam 2 Solutions – PDF 85KB

FREE Download: 2016 VCAA Mathematical Methods Exam 1 Solutions

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

2016 VCAA Mathematical Methods Exam 1 Solutions – PDF 56KB

FREE Download: 2016 NSW BOS Mathematics Extension 2 Solutions

Thursday, November 3rd, 2016

2016 NSW BOS Mathematics Extension 2 Solutions – PDF 151KB

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

FREE Download: 2016 VCAA Further Mathematics Exam 2 Solutions

Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

2016 VCAA Further Mathematics Exam 2 Solutions – PDF 702KB

Thanks to Duncan Berg of Haileybury College for pointing out the errors in the Core section.
Q3 b) (i) apparent temp = -1.7 + 0.94 x actual temp
Q3 b) (ii) “(On average) When the temperature is 0 degrees Celsius, the apparent temperature is -1.7 degrees Celsius.”
Q6 b) The answer is missing the initial value C0 = 38000 which must be part of a recurrence relation.

FREE Download: 2016 NSW BOS Mathematics General 2 Solutions

Monday, October 31st, 2016

2016 NSW BOS Mathematics General 2 Solutions – PDF 61KB

Thanks to Lyn Harris for reading and correcting the solutions.