• Mathematics Advanced
  • Year 10

Non-linear Relationships

approx. 13 hrs

13 topics

51 concepts

Develop essential skills in Non-linear Relationships to enhance your performance in Mathematics.

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Overview

Students studying Non-Linear Relationships investigate the connection between algebra and geometry for both straight lines and curves, including parabolas, hyperbolas, power functions and circles. In addition, they enhance their ability to sketch curves, including transformations based on the algebraic equation given. This program is aligned to the Australian curriculum.

Topics & Concepts We Cover

This learning program is made up of the following 13 topics, broken down into 51 concepts.

  • Mixed Non-Linear Graphs (including hyperbolas) 2 concepts

    1. Connect the shape of a non-linear graph (including hyperbolas) with the distinguishing features of its equation

    2. Sketch a function applying multiple transformations

  • Sketching Cubic Functions 5 concepts

    1. Sketch a cubic function with dilation

    2. Sketch a cubic function applying horizontal translation of the graph

    3. Sketch a cubic function applying reflection of the graph across the x or y axis

    4. Sketch a cubic function applying vertical translation of the graph

    5. Sketching cubics

  • Sketching Power Functions 5 concepts

    1. Sketch a power function with dilation

    2. Sketch a power function applying horizontal translation of the graph

    3. Sketch a power function applying reflection of the graph across the x or y axis

    4. Sketch a power function applying vertical translation of the graph

    5. Sketching graphs with a higher-order power of four or more

  • Sketching Hyperbolic Functions 7 concepts

    1. Sketch a hyperbola with dilation

    2. Sketch a hyperbola applying horizontal translation of the graph

    3. Sketch a hyperbola applying reflection of the graph across the x or y axis

    4. Sketch a hyperbola applying vertical translation of the graph

    5. Finding points of intersection of a line with a hyperbola

    6. Determine the equations of asymptotes

    7. Sketching hyperbolas

  • Sketching Exponential Functions 5 concepts

    1. Sketch an exponential function applying reflection of the graph across the x or y axis

    2. Sketch an exponential function applying vertical translation of the graph

    3. Sketch an exponential function with dilation

    4. Sketch an exponential function applying horizontal translation of the graph

    5. Sketching exponentials

  • Sketching Circles 5 concepts

    1. Find the radius and centre of a circle given the equation or graph

    2. Finding points of intersection of a line with a circle

    3. Find the radius and centre of a circle by completing the square

    4. Sketching semi-circles

    5. Sketching a circle

  • Introduction to Functions 4 concepts

    1. Identify if a set of coordinates is a function

    2. Use function notation to find the output of a single function

    3. Use the vertical line test on a graph to decide whether it represents a function

    4. Finding the output of a piecewise defined function

  • Domain and Range of a Single Function 2 concepts

    1. Domain of a single function

    2. Range of a single function

  • Composite Functions 2 concepts

    1. Sketch piecewise defined functions

    2. Finding the output of a piecewise defined function

  • Advanced Algebraic Techniques to Graph a Parabola 3 concepts

    1. Sketching a perfect square

    2. Sketching the quadratic function from the completed square

    3. Sketching the quadratic function from the quadratic formula

  • Parabola and a Line Intersecting 1 concept

    1. Finding points of intersection of a line with a parabola

  • Features of a Parabola 5 concepts

    1. Identify and use features of parabolas and their equations to assist in sketching quadratic relationships

    2. Find the axis of symmetry of a parabola

    3. Find the vertex of a parabola

    4. Determine concavity of a parabola

    5. Identify the x and y intercepts of a parabola

  • Transformations of the Parabola 5 concepts

    1. Sketch a parabola with dilation

    2. Sketch a parabola applying horizontal translation of the graph

    3. Sketch a parabola applying reflection of the graph across the x or y axis

    4. Sketch a parabola applying vertical translation of the graph

    5. Sketch a parabola applying multiple transformations

What you'll get

Learning Content

  • A customised learning plan to suit your needs, adapting to your pace as you learn, progress and achieve mastery
  • All the content required to help you master the syllabus, including theory, worked examples, exam preparation and practice questions

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