# Oozing Biofuel: Algae Could Solve World's Fuel Crisis

**Topics:**1980, 1967, 1982

**Pages:**6 (1301 words)

**Published:**May 23, 2013

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X - Algebraic Expansion - Factorisation 2 or 4 terms - Factorisation 3 terms - Completing the Square X X X X X VACATION X X X X X VACATION - Mixed Factorisation 7 - Review – TEST A - Quadratic Equations - Quadratic Formula X - Using the Discriminant - Linear/Quadratic Sim Equns 8 - Review – TEST A - Parabolas 1 - Parabolas 2 - Exponential Functions - Hyperbolas - Circles 9 - Review – TEST A - Congruence - Similarity - Proof - Quadrilaterals - Quads and Proof 10 - Review – TEST A Millgrove Catch Up Week Revision-Trial Exams E E E E E EXAMINATIONS X - Angles in a circle - Chords and Tangents - Cyclic Quadrilaterals - Great Circles 21 – Review - TEST A - Probability Review and Odds - Laws of Probability - Tree Diagrams - Independent Events X X X X X X X X X X VACATION VACATION

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Explanation of Codes: X – No Classes, S – Sport (E) – means complete even parts b,d,f…,etc of the Question. * - harder questions V6D – from VCE Unit 12 Math Methods Text Note 1: Approximately 50% of each exercise has been listed in the syllabus. This is considered to be the minimum number of questions to be completed in each exercise to satisfy the work requirement outcome of the course.. Further questions should be completed to gain full understanding of a concept if required or could be completed as revision for exams at a later stage. Note 2: It is expected that a selection of the Review (Technology Free and Technology Active questions) Exercises at the end of each chapter should be attempted before each Class Topic Test. Note 3: The syllabus is to be used as a guide. Each individual Class Teacher may add to or subtract questions from the syllabus or change the order of the completion of topics. Note 4: It is assumed that students have access to a CAS graphics calculator. Note 5: Students should constantly refer to the graphics calculator supplements in...

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