Exponential and logarythmic functions 22h
3.1.00. Integer exponents - revision
3.1.01. Rational exponents - revision
3.1.02. Real exponents
3.1.03. The exponential function
3.1.04. Graph transformations of an exponential function
3.1.05. Logarithm
3.1.06. Decimal logarithm
3.1.07. The logarithm of the power
3.1.08. Logarithmic function
3.1.09. Logarithms and their properties
3.1.10. Graphing Transformations of Logarithmic Functions
3.1.11. Exponential and logarithmic functions - applications
Analitic geometry 25h
3.2.01.Distance between points on the coordinate system
3.2.02.Midpont (the middle point of a line segment)
3.2.03.Distance from a point to a straight line
3.2.04.Circle on the coordinate plane (1)
3.2.05.Circle on the coordinate plane (2)
3.2.06.Relative position of two circles
3.2.07.The mutual position of a circle and a line
3.2.08.Systems of equations revision
3.2.09.Common points of a line and a circle (1)
3.2.10.Common points of a line and a circle (2)
3.2.11.Line symmetry
3.2.12.Central symmetry
3.2.11.Line symmetry
3.2.12.Central symmetry
Sequences 25h
3.3.01.The concept of a string
3.3.02.Different ways of a sequence
3.3.03.Monotonic sequences
3.3.04.A recursive (inductive) definition for a sequence
3.3.05.Arithmetic sequence (1)
3.3.06.Arithmetic sequence (2)
3.3.05.The sum of the first terms of the arithmetic sequence (1)
3.3.06.The sum of the first terms of the arithmetic sequence (2)
3.3.07.Geometic sequence (1)
3.3.08.Geometic sequence (2)
3.3.09.The sum of the first terms of the geometic sequence (1)
3.3.10.Arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences - word problems
3.3.11.Compound interest
Links Discrete Mathematics: Sequences
Statistics 13h
3.4.01.Arithmetic mean
3.4.02.Median, percentile scale and dominant
3.4.03.Standard deviation
3.4.04.Weighted arithmetic mean
3.4.05.Reading function properties from its graph 1
3.4.06.Reading function properties from its graph 2
3.4.07.Moving the function graph along the $x$ axis
3.4.08.Moving the function graph along the $y$ axis
3.4.09.Transforming the function graph by symmetry about the $x$ axis
3.4.10.Transforming the function graph by symmetry about the $y$ axis
3.4.11.Inverse proportionality
3.4.12.Complementary issues

CLIL Mathematics
4-year high school: class 4
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