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Everything Maths: Grade 11 Mathematics

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Everything Maths: Grade 11 Mathematics
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Publisher: Siyavula
Number of pages: 238

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Table of Contents: Introduction to the book; Exponents; Surds; Error margins; Quadratic sequences; Finance; Solving quadratic equations; Solving quadratic inequalities; Solving simultaneous equations; Mathematical models; Quadratic functions and graphs; Hyperbolic functions and graphs; Exponential functions and graphs; Gradient at a point; Linear programming; Geometry; Trigonometry; Statistics; Independent and dependent events.

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