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#### Student Responses (15)

Band 5/6 response 1 Band 5/6 response 2 Band 5/6 response 3 Band 4/5 response 1 Band 4/5 response 2 Band 4/5 response 3 Band 3/4 response 1 Band 3/4 response 2 Band 3/4 response 3 Band 2/3 response 1 Band 2/3 response 2 Band 2/3 response 3 Band 1/2 response 1 Band 1/2 response 2 Band 1/2 response 3### Question 1

Written Paper Section I Question 1 - 2010 HSC

Use basic arithmetic and algebra. Determine the equation of a circle. Find the derivative of a function. Find the limiting sum of a geometric series. Determine the domain of a function.

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Band 5/6 response 1 Band 5/6 response 2 Band 5/6 response 3 Band 4/5 response 1 Band 4/5 response 2 Band 4/5 response 3 Band 3/4 response 1 Band 3/4 response 2 Band 3/4 response 3 Band 2/3 response 1 Band 2/3 response 2 Band 2/3 response 3 Band 1/2 response 1 Band 1/2 response 2 Band 1/2 response 3### Question 1

Written Paper Section I Question 1 - 2002 HSC

Evaluate an arithmetic expression. Solve linear, quadratic, and simultaneous equations. Differentiate a function and integrate a function.

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Band 5/6 response 1 Band 5/6 response 2 Band 5/6 response 3 Band 4/5 response 1 Band 4/5 response 2 Band 4/5 response 3 Band 3/4 response 1 Band 3/4 response 2 Band 3/4 response 3 Band 2/3 response 1 Band 2/3 response 2 Band 2/3 response 3 Band 1/2 response 1 Band 1/2 response 2 Band 1/2 response 3### Question 1

Written Paper Section I Question 1 - 2001 HSC

Solve basic arithmetic and algebra problems. Find a primitive of a function.

#### Student Responses (15)

Band 5/6 response 1 Band 5/6 response 2 Band 5/6 response 3 Band 4/5 response 1 Band 4/5 response 2 Band 4/5 response 3 Band 3/4 response 1 Band 3/4 response 2 Band 3/4 response 3 Band 2/3 response 1 Band 2/3 response 2 Band 2/3 response 3 Band 1/2 response 1 Band 1/2 response 2 Band 1/2 response 3### Question 3

Written Paper Section I Question 3 - 2001 HSC

Evaluate a definite integral. Find the value of a constant in a formula and apply the formula. Differentiate functions. Verify a given equation for a triangle by using the cosine rule, and hence an unknown side-length of the triangle.

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Band 5/6 response 1 Band 5/6 response 2 Band 5/6 response 3 Band 4/5 response 1 Band 4/5 response 2 Band 4/5 response 3 Band 3/4 response 1 Band 3/4 response 2 Band 3/4 response 3 Band 2/3 response 1 Band 2/3 response 2 Band 2/3 response 3 Band 1/2 response 1 Band 1/2 response 2 Band 1/2 response 3### Question 4

Written Paper Section I Question 4 - 2002 HSC

Solve and graph an absolute value inequation. Solve a simple trigonometric equation for a specified range. Calculate the length of a side and the area of a given triangle. Show that a given pair of coordinates represents the point of intersection of two curves. Find the size of the shaded area bounded by the two curves.

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Band 5/6 response 1 Band 5/6 response 2 Band 5/6 response 3 Band 4/5 response 1 Band 4/5 response 2 Band 4/5 response 3 Band 3/4 response 1 Band 3/4 response 2 Band 3/4 response 3 Band 2/3 response 1 Band 2/3 response 2 Band 2/3 response 3 Band 1/2 response 1 Band 1/2 response 2 Band 1/2 response 3### Question 7

Written Paper Section I Question 7 - 2002 HSC

Explain why a given geometric series has a limiting sum and find the limiting sum. Given a formula for a quantity in terms of time, find the initial amount of the quantity, when a quarter is left, and the rate of change when a quarter is left. Explain a given probability and find other probabilities, including in relation to complementary events.