They have a page on it here: https://www.mansw.nsw.edu.au/news/new-stage-6-syllabuses-have-been-releasedHas there been any word from MANSW regarding the new syllabuses?
C4.2: Areas and the definite integral (page 59).This is a bit dumb but are areas w.r.t. the y-axis still in the maths advanced syllabus? I can't find it.
(Can find appropriate volumes in ext 1)
Looks like it says "area under curve" which implied just x-axis to me?C4.2: Areas and the definite integral (page 59).
Looks like it says "area under curve" which implied just x-axis to me?
Unless "under" actually includes "to the left of" as well
wouldn't this count?calculate areas between curves determined by any functions within the scope of this syllabus
Exciting.NESA have released some sample exam questions for the new syllabus:
https://educationstandards.nsw.edu....ted-stage-6-mathematics-examination-materials
Yes it is.Does anyone know if the year 11 content is also examinable for the new calculus syllabuses?
Circle geo, angle between lines, ratio division of a line (idk the proper name)for 3USo which topics do I skip when I'm doing past papers before 2019?
Ah right forgot abt locus of parabola. Poly is still a thing for 4u I think, just indirectly.Add to that parametric parabola (locus etc) for 3u
polynomials for 4u iirc?
graphs got moved from 4u to 3u
I never did the old syllabus but from memory, for:So which topics do I skip when I'm doing past papers before 2019?
Nice that covers everything, except sum to product ironically wasn't part of the old syllabus but is part of the new syllabus.I never did the old syllabus but from memory, for:
2u: skip geometry, parametric representation of a parabola and features like directrix and focus, a few calculus techniques like Simpson's rule, coordinate geometry (although I think it's assumed knowledge).
3u: skip geometry (including circle geo), things on parabolas like directrix and focus, angles between two lines, newton's method of approximation, simple harmonic motion (moved only to 4u), general solution of trig equations, sums of trig identities to products.
4u: again skip, geometry, all of conics (cross-sections of cones), graphing techniques (moved to yr11 3u although do them as really good practice), implicit differentiation, a few questions on subsets of the complex plane that involve sketching ellipses but I think they are still in the syllabus so just use knowledge of 2u dilations to do those, evaluating volumes using cylindrical shells, volumes of rotation (moved to yr11 3u although do them as really good practice), Newton's laws of motion (except for F=ma), circular motion questions (all of it moved to Mod 5 Physics new syllabus)
I may have missed a few things or mistakenly added something still in the syllabus
Edit: I was a bit slow sorry lol