# Jacaranda Maths Quest 9 Stage 5 NSW Australian Curriculum 2E LearnON & Print

Author(s): |
Elms |

ISBN: |
9780730347187 |

Pub date: |
November 2017 |

RRP: |
$69.95 |

*Jacaranda Maths Quest 9 Stage 5 NSW Australian curriculum, 2nd Edition learnON & Print*This combined print and digital title provides 100% coverage of the NSW Australian curriculum for Mathematics. The textbook comes with a complimentary activation code for learnON, the powerful digital learning platform making learning personalised and visible for both students and teachers.

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Overview ix

Acknowledgments xi

**1 NAPLAN practice 1**

1.1 Overview 1

1.2 NAPLAN practice 1 2

1.3 NAPLAN practice 2 8

1.4 NAPLAN practice 3 15

1.5 Review 22

Answers 23

**2 Financial mathematics [5.1] 25**

2.1 Overview 25

NSW 2.2 [Stage 5.1] Salaries and wages 26

NSW 2.3 [Stage 5.1] Special rates 29

NSW 2.4 [Stage 5.1] Piecework 35

NSW 2.5 [Stage 5.1] Commissions and royalties 38

NSW 2.6 [Stage 5.1] Loadings and bonuses 41

NSW 2.7 [Stage 5.1] Taxation and net earnings 45

ACMNA211 2.8 [Stage 5.1] Simple interest 49

ACMNA229 2.9 [Stage 5.1] Compound interest 55

2.10 Review 61

Answers 65

**3 Similar figures and scale drawings [5.1 and 5.3] 71**

3.1 Overview 71

ACMMG201 3.2 [Stage 4] Congruent figures 72

ACMMG221 3.3 [Stage 5.1] Scale drawings 79

ACMMG220 | ACMMG221 3.4 [Stage 5.1] Similar figures 90

ACMMG244 3.5 [Stage 5.3] Area and volume of similar figures 102

3.6 Review 108

Answers 114

**4 Right-angled triangles (trigonometry) [5.1] 119**

4.1 Overview 119

ACMMG222 4.2 [Stage 4] Pythagoras’ theorem 120

ACMMG222 4.3 [Stage 4] Applications of Pythagoras’ theorem 129

ACMMG223 4.4 [Stage 5.1] Similarity and the sine, cosine and tangent ratios 136

ACMMG224 4.5 [Stage 5.1] Calculating unknown side lengths 144

ACMMG224 4.6 [Stage 5.1] Calculating unknown angles 152

ACMMG245 4.7 [Stage 5.1] Angles of elevation and depression 158

4.8 Review 164

Answers 171

**5 Single variable data analysis [5.1 and 5.2] 177**

5.1 Overview 177

ACMSP284 5.2 [Stage 4] Collecting data 178

ACMSP282 | ACMSP228 5.3 [Stage 5.1] Stem-and-leaf plots and dot plots 188

ACMSP282 5.4 [Stage 5.1] Comparing and displaying data 195

ACMSP283 5.5 [Stage 5.1] Mean, median and mode 206

ACMSP248 5.6 [Stage 5.2] Quartiles, interquartile range and distributions 214

5.7 Review 222

Answers 228

**6 Indices, scientific notation and surds [5.1, 5.2 and 5.3] 241**

6.1 Overview 241

ACMNA186 6.2 [Stage 5.3] Rational and irrational numbers 242

ACMMG219 6.3 [Stage 5.3] Simple operations with surds 248

ACMNA264 6.4 [Stage 5.1] Rounding and significant figures 254

ACMNA210 6.5 [Stage 5.1] Scientific notation 258

ACMNA212 6.6 [Stage 5.1] Applying the index laws to variables 264

ACMNA231 6.7 [Stage 5.1] Using index laws to simplify algebraic products and quotients 270

ACMNA209 | ACMNA231 6.8 [Stage 5.2] Applying index laws to algebraic expressions involving integer indices 273

ACMNA264 6.9 [Stage 5.3] Introduction to fractional indices 278

6.10 Review 281

Answers 287

**7 Area, surface area and volume [5.1 and 5.2] 297**

7.1 Overview 297

ACMMG219 7.2 [Stage 5.1] Time scales and units of measurement 298

ACMMG216 7.3 [Stage 5.1] Area of composite shapes 307

ACMMG216 7.4 [Stage 5.1] Area and perimeter of semicircles and sectors 318

ACMMG218 7.5 [Stage 5.1] Surface area of rectangular and triangular prisms 324

ACMMG217 | ACMMG242 7.6 [Stage 5.2] Surface area of cylinders and composite solids 330

ACMMG217 | ACMMG242 7.7 [Stage 5.2] Volume of prisms, cylinders and composite solids 335

7.8 Review 346

Answers 352

**8 Algebraic techniques 1 [5.2] 359**

8.1 Overview 359

ACMNA175 | ACMNA176 8.2 [Stage 4] Variables 360

ACMNA177 8.3 [Stage 4] Algebra in worded problems 366

ACMNA177 8.4 [Stage 4] Simplifying algebraic expressions 370

ACMNA232 8.5 [Stage 5.2] Simplifying algebraic fractions 1 375

ACMNA213 | ACMNA233 8.6 [Stage 5.2] Expanding algebraic expressions 380

ACMNA230 8.7 [Stage 5.2] The highest common factor 387

ACMNA233 8.8 [Stage 5.2] Factorising monic quadratics 390

8.9 Review 394

Answers 399

**9 Probability [5.1 and 5.2] 407**

9.1 Overview 407

ACMSP226 9.2 [Stage 5.1] Theoretical probability 408

ACMSP226 9.3 [Stage 5.1] Experimental probability 415

ACMSP226 9.4 [Stage 5.1] Venn diagrams and two-way tables 421

ACMSP225 9.5 [Stage 5.2] Two-step experiments 431

ACMSP246 9.6 [Stage 5.2] Mutually exclusive and independent events 439

ACMSP247 9.7 [Stage 5.2] Conditional probability 447

9.8 Review 454

Answers 459

**10 Linear equations [5.2] 471**

10.1 Overview 471

ACMNA215 | ACMNA240 10.2 [Stage 5.2] Solving linear equations 472

ACMNA215 10.3 [Stage 5.2] Solving linear equations with brackets 479

ACMNA215 10.4 [Stage 5.2] Solving linear equations with pronumerals on both sides 482

ACMNA235 10.5 [Stage 5.2] Solving problems with linear equations 486

ACMNA234 10.6 [Stage 5.2] Substituting values into formulas 490

10.7 Review 494

Answers 499

**11 Linear and non-linear relationships [5.1 and 5.2] 503**

11.1 Overview 503

ACMNA215 11.2 [Stage 5.1] Sketching linear graphs using the coordinates of two points 504

ACMNA294 | ACMNA214 11.3 [Stage 5.1] Midpoint of a line segment and distance between two points 509

ACMNA294 11.4 [Stage 5.1] The gradient of a straight line 514

ACMNA215 11.5 [Stage 5.2] Using the gradient–intercept form to graph linear relationships 522

ACMNA238 11.6 [Stages 5.1 and 5.2] Parallel and perpendicular lines 526

NSW 11.7 [Stage 5.2] Finding the equation of a straight line 529

NSW 11.8 [Going further] Practical applications of linear graphs 535

ACMNA296 | ACMNA239 11.9 [Stages 5.1 and 5.2] Non-linear relationships (parabolas, exponentials, circles) 540

11.10 Review 550

Answers 555

**12 Quadratic equations [5.2] 571**

12.1 Overview 571

ACMNA241 12.2 [Stage 5.2] Quadratic equations 572

ACMNA241 12.3 [Stage 5.2] The Null Factor Law 576

ACMNA241 12.4 [Stage 5.2] Solving the quadratic equation *ax*^{2 }+ *bx *+ *c *= 0 579

ACMNA241 12.5 [Stage 5.2] Solving quadratic equations with two terms 582

ACMNA241 12.6 [Stage 5.2] Applications of quadratic equations 585

12.7 Review 589

Answers 592

**13 Proportion and rates [5.2 and 5.3] 595**

13.1 Overview 595

ACMNA208 13.2 [Stage 5.2] Direct proportion 596

ACMNA208 13.3 [Stage 5.2] Direct proportion and ratio 600

ACMNA208 13.4 [Stage 5.2] Inverse proportion 604

ACMNA208 13.5 [Stage 5.2] Simple rate problems 607

ACMNA208 13.6 [Stage 5.3] Constant and variable rates 610

ACMNA208 13.7 [Stage 5.3] Rates of change 616

13.8 Review 621

Answers 627

**14 Algebraic techniques 2 [5.3] 635**

14.1 Overview 635

ACMNA233 14.2 [Stage 5.3] Special binomial products 636

ACMNA233 14.3 [Stage 5.3] Further expansions 641

ACMNA269 14.4 [Stage 5.3] The highest common binomial factor 642

ACMNA269 14.5 [Stage 5.3] Factorisation patterns 645

ACMNA269 14.6 [Stage 5.3] Factorising non-monic quadratics 649

NSW 14.7 [Stage 5.3] Simplifying algebraic fractions 2 652

ACMNA233 14.8 [Stage 5.3] Applications of binomial products 657

14.9 Review 665

Answers 669

**15 Quadratic relationships [5.3] 677**

15.1 Overview 677

ACMNA267 15.2 [Stage 5.3] Graphs of quadratic functions 678

ACMNA267 15.3 [Stage 5.3] Plotting points to graph quadratic functions 683

ACMNA267 15.4 [Stage 5.3] Sketching parabolas of the form *y *= *ax*^{2 }689

ACMNA267 15.5 [Stage 5.3] Sketching parabolas of the form *y *= *ax*^{2 }+ *k *693

ACMNA267 15.6 [Stage 5.3] Sketching parabolas of the form *y *= (*x *− *h*)^{2 }697

ACMNA267 15.7 [Stage 5.3] Sketching parabolas of the form *y *= (*x *− *h*)^{2 }+ *k *701

ACMNA267 15.8 [Stage 5.3] Sketching parabolas of the form *y *= (*x *+ *a*) (*x *+ *b*) 705

ACMNA267 15.9 [Stage 5.3] Applications 709

15.10 Review 714

Answers 719

Glossary 739

Index 749