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- Use graphing calculator (GC) to sketch various functions and label necessary points.
- Determine its domain and range from the graph.
- Determine the equations of asymptotes using algebraic methods.
- Use proper notations in functions and graphs.
- Find inverse functions, composite functions and state their necessary conditions.
- Establish graphical relationship between a function and its inverse.
- Sketch the effects of transformations on graph by identifying the correct sequence of transformation.
- Formulate a system of linear equations or inequalities from the situation given (for example optimisation problems) and solve them graphically and algebraically.

- Master the concepts of sequence and series for finite and infinite cases and its conditions for convergence with the use of appropriate notation.
- Form suitable equation for the n
^{th}term and sum of terms given a sequence or pattern by using formula in arithmetic progression, geometric progression or method of difference. - Relate the concept to real life situation such as financial maths

- Comprehend important terms used in vectors such as position vectors, unit vectors and length of projection.
- Calculate and interpret geometrically vectors’ magnitude, direction, dot product, cross product, angle, length of projection, perpendicular distance and foot of perpendicular.
- Use ratio theorem in geometrical application questions.
- Interpret given information to form vector, cartesian and parametric equations of lines and planes.
- Describe geometrical and algebraic relationships between lines and planes.

- Interchange of cartesian form and polar form of complex number.
- Solve complex roots of quadratic equations with real coefficients by making use of conjugate roots properties.
- Basic operations of complex numbers and solving using algebraic method.
- Represent complex numbers in the Argand diagram.
- Link the concepts to electrical circuits.

- Sketch y = f′(x) from y = f(x) or vice versa.
- Differentiate functions defined implicitly or parametrically.
- Findstationary points and their nature algebraically and graphically.
- Find equations of tangents and normals to curves.
- Solve rates of change problems given real-life problems by using chain rule.
- Manipulate the standard series expansionformula given in MF26to solve questions related to Maclaurin series and state the range of values of x for which it converges.
- Apply differentiation repeatedly to find the terms in Maclaurin expansion.
- Substitute appropriate value of x in order to use Maclaurin series for approximation.
- Integrate functions using formulae, substitution and by parts methods.
- Identify the appropriate functions and limits when using definite integral to find area bounded by curves and volume of revolution about the x-axis or y-axis.
- Master the use of GC wherever possible to find an approximate value of a definite integral and differentiation of function at given point.
- Form differential equations from a real-life scenario such as population growth, radioactive decay, heating and cooling problems.
- Solve general solutions and particular solutions of differential equations using integration.
- Explain the importance of the solution based on the context of the question.

- Use concepts of permutation and combination to find the arrangements of objects in a line or in a circle, including cases involving repetition and restriction.
- Comprehend the terms mutually exclusive events and independent events.
- Use tables of outcomes, Venn diagrams, tree diagrams, permutations and combinations techniques to calculate probabilities including conditional probabilities.

- Comprehend the concept of discrete random variable, tabulate its probability distribution and calculate its expectation and variance.
- Find the mean and variance of binomial distributionand represent it as B(n, p).
- State the necessary conditions where binomial distribution is a suitable model.
- Represent normal distribution as an example of a continuous probability model with mean, µ and variance, σ
^{2}. - Standardise normal distribution and use the symmetry of the normal curve and its properties to find its unknown parameters
- Solve problems involving the use of the distribution aX + bY + c where X and Y are independent.
- Know the differences between population, random and non-random samples, sample mean and sample variance.
- Use Central Limit Theorem to treat sample means as having normal distribution when the sample size is sufficiently large.
- Calculate unbiased estimates of the population mean and variance from a sample.
- Master the use of GC to find the required probability and parameters for various distribution.

- Comprehend the concepts of null hypothesis, alternative hypotheses, test statistic, critical region, critical value, level of significance and p-value.
- Write the proper steps in conducting hypothesis testing.
- Interpretthe results of a hypothesis test in the context of the problem such as standardised testing, market research and clinical research.

- With the help of GC, use scatter diagram and product moment correlation coefficient to determine if there is alinear relationship between two variables.
- Calculate the product moment correlation coefficient using its formula and discuss its significance in the context of the question.
- Use GC to find theequation of the regression line using the given information.
- Estimate the values of x or y in practical situations using the appropriate regression line.
- Determine if interpolation and extrapolation can be applied to approximate given values in the situation given.
- Transform given graph to achieve linearity.

- To be exposed on different types of problem-solving questions and link it to other related disciplines like sciences and engineering.
- Develop proper thinking and reasoning skills to solve mathematical problems.
- Identify and apply the relevant mathematical concepts and skills in various problems, including unfamiliar contexts.
- Link concepts from different topics together to solve given problems.
- Apply the concepts correctly by having a clear thought process and showing all necessary steps.
- Master the use of GC and to solve the questions more efficiently.
- Solve the mathematical problems and explain its significance in the context of the problems.