$800.00

**13.5 hours: (8:30-10am)**

**Date: 30 Sep-4 Oct and 8-11 Oct 2024**

Dr Amir presents online, in a lecture format, to a group of approved registered participants. Dr Amir designs the questions presented in this session based on Dr Amir's understanding of HSC and Mathematics Advanced and Dr Amir's Pedagogy. The materials presented are subject to Copy Right and can not be saved or copied or distributed in any format. Dr Amir presents from a selection of the following topics:

- Algebra
- Functions, graphs and transformations
- Horizontal/Vertical Dilation
- Horizontal/Vertical Translation
- Combined transformations
- Trigonometric Functions
- Trigonometric Identities, Equations
- Exponential functions
- Logarithmic functions/Equations
- Differentiation
- Logarithmic functions
- Trigonometric functions
- Exponential functions
- Anti-derivatives
- Increasing/decreasing curves
- Stationary/Turning Points
- Optimisation problems using differentiation
- Curve-sketching using the derivative
- Extending calculus
- Integration
- Trapezoidal rule
- Definite and indefinite integrals
- Logarithmic functions
- Trigonometric functions
- Exponential functions
- Areas enclosed by x or y axis
- Motion and rates
- Sequences and series
- Arithmetic sequences and series
- Geometric sequences and series
- Limiting sum
- Series and finance
- Arithmetic growth/decay
- Geometric growth/decay
- Simple/compound interest
- Annuities
- Loans and geometric series
- Probability/Statistics
- Displaying and interpreting data
- Bi-variate data
- Correlation and regression
- Line of best fit
- Least squares regression line
- Pearson correlation
- Standard deviation
- Variance
- Discrete/Continuous probability distributions
- Probability density functions (PDF)
- Cumulative distribution functions (CDF)
- Quantile/Percentile
- Z-scores
- Normal distribution

Let’s embark on a mathematical odyssey through the realms of high school mathematics, guided by the sagacious Dr. Amir. Brace yourself for a comprehensive exploration of these captivating topics:

Algebra, the magical art of balancing equations and deciphering unknowns, awaits! Dr. Amir will introduce you to algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities. You’ll dance with linear functions, quadratic polynomials, and systems of equations. Algebra is like a symphony of symbols, where variables harmonize to reveal hidden truths.

Functions are mathematical machines that transform inputs into outputs. Dr. Amir will guide you through function notation, domain, range, and composition. Graphs will come alive—lines, parabolas, and exponential curves. Transformations will twist and stretch these graphs, revealing their secrets.

Imagine stretching or compressing a graph horizontally or vertically. Dr. Amir will show you how dilation affects functions. You’ll encounter scaling factors, amplitude, and phase shifts. It’s like adjusting a cosmic telescope to explore mathematical constellations.

Functions love to slide! Dr. Amir will teach you the art of translation. Shifting left or right (horizontal) or up and down (vertical) changes the game. You’ll explore intercepts, asymptotes, and intercepting aliens in the Cartesian plane.

Why settle for one transformation when you can have a party? Dr. Amir will combine dilation, translation, and reflection. Functions will twist, flip, and pirouette. It’s like choreographing a mathematical ballet.

Triangles and angles unite! Dr. Amir will introduce sine, cosine, and tangent. You’ll sail the unit circle, decode radians, and unravel periodicity. Trig functions oscillate like cosmic waves—prepare for a celestial voyage.

Dr. Amir’s treasure trove includes Pythagorean identities, sum and difference formulas, and double-angle magic. You’ll solve trig equations, prove identities, and navigate the mysterious world of trigonometry.

Exponential growth and decay await! Dr. Amir will reveal the secrets of base e. You’ll explore compound interest, radioactive decay, and population explosions. Exponential functions are like wildfire—spreading knowledge across mathematical landscapes.

Logarithms—the inverse of exponentials—hold mystical powers. Dr. Amir will guide you through logarithmic properties, change of base, and solving logarithmic equations. It’s like decoding ancient scrolls with a mathematical Rosetta Stone.

Calculus time! Dr. Amir will introduce derivatives—the slopes of curves. You’ll find rates of change, tangents, and critical points. Anti-derivatives (indefinite integrals) are like unraveling time-travel equations. Hold on tight!

Dr. Amir loves hills and valleys! You’ll explore concavity, inflection points, and stationary curves. Increasing or decreasing—functions reveal their secrets. It’s like hiking through mathematical landscapes.

Real-world puzzles await! Dr. Amir will tackle optimization—maximizing areas, minimizing costs, and optimizing rocket trajectories. Calculus becomes a compass for navigating life’s challenges.

Dr. Amir’s canvas is the Cartesian plane. You’ll sketch curves using derivatives—finding intercepts, asymptotes, and turning points. It’s like painting with mathematical brushes.

Beyond the basics lies a universe of calculus. Dr. Amir will delve into parametric equations, polar coordinates, and vectors. Calculus becomes a cosmic adventure.

Anti-derivatives meet definite integrals. Dr. Amir will calculate areas under curves, volumes of revolution, and centroids. Imagine finding the area enclosed by a dragon-shaped curve—it’s like mathematical origami.

Numerical integration enters the scene. Dr. Amir will use trapezoids to estimate areas. Definite integrals become your mathematical GPS—navigating through mathematical landscapes.

Uncertainty meets data. Dr. Amir will display and interpret data. You’ll explore correlation, regression, and the line of best fit. Standard deviation and variance become your statistical companions.

Probability density functions (PDFs) and cumulative distribution functions (CDFs) await. Dr. Amir will introduce quartiles, z-scores, and the normal distribution. Probability becomes a cosmic dice game.

**Probability Density Functions (PDFs)**:

- A
**PDF**is a mathematical function that describes the likelihood of a continuous random variable taking on a specific value. - For continuous random variables, we can’t assign probabilities to individual points, but we can talk about the probability of a value falling within a certain range.
- The PDF, denoted as
**f(x)**, satisfies the following conditions:- (f(x) \geq 0) for all (x) in the real numbers.
- (f) is piecewise continuous.
- (\int_{-\infty}^{\infty} f(x) , dx = 1).

- It provides the relative likelihood of observing different values of the random variable. For example, in the context of waiting times for an elevator, we can use a PDF to calculate the probability that a person waits less than a certain time.

**Cumulative Distribution Functions (CDFs)**:

- The
**CDF**gives the cumulative probability that a random variable takes on a value less than or equal to a specific point. - It’s the integral of the PDF from negative infinity up to that point.
- The CDF, denoted as
**F(x)**, starts at 0 and gradually approaches 1 as we move to the right. - For any value (x), (F(x)) represents the probability that the random variable is less than or equal to (x).
- The CDF is useful for calculating percentiles and understanding the overall distribution of the random variable.

**Quantile/Percentile**:

- Quantiles divide the data into equal portions.
- The
**p-th percentile**is the value below which (p%) of the data falls. - For example, the median (50th percentile) is the value that splits the data into two equal halves.
- Percentiles are essential for understanding data distribution and making comparisons.

**Z-scores**:

- A
**Z-score**(also called a standard score) measures how many standard deviations a data point is from the mean. - It standardizes data, allowing us to compare values from different distributions.
- A positive Z-score indicates a value above the mean, while a negative Z-score is below the mean.
- Z-scores are particularly useful in assessing outliers and understanding relative positions within a dataset.

**Normal Distribution**:

- The
**normal distribution**, also known as the Gaussian distribution, is a bell-shaped curve. - Many natural phenomena follow this distribution (e.g., heights, IQ scores, errors in measurements).
- It’s characterized by its mean ((\mu)) and standard deviation ((\sigma)).
- The standard normal distribution has a mean of 0 and a standard deviation of 1.
- Z-scores are directly related to the normal distribution, making it a fundamental concept in statistics.

In summary, these concepts provide the foundation for understanding continuous random variables, their distributions, and how to analyze and interpret data. Dr. Amir’s tutoring has equipped you with essential tools for tackling real-world problems involving uncertainty and variability.

So, dear student, sharpen your pencils, ignite your curiosity, and let Dr. Amir’s mathematical lantern guide you through this enchanting labyrinth

Registration is required by 27-Sep-2024.

$750.00

**13.5 hours: (10-11:30am)**

**Date: 30 Sep-4 Oct and 8-11 Oct 2024**

Dr Amir presents online, in a lecture format, to a group of approved registered participants. Dr Amir designs the questions presented in this session based on Dr Amir's understanding of HSC and Mathematics Standard and Dr Amir's Pedagogy. The materials presented are subject to Copy Right and can not be saved or copied or distributed in any format. Dr Amir presents from a selection of the following topics:

- Financial Mathematics
- Tax
- Investments
- Depreciation
- Loans
- Simple/Compound Interest
- Inflation/Appreciation/Depreciation
- Shares
- Credit cards
- Declining-balance method
- Annuities
- Future/Present Value of an Annuity
- Loan Repayments
- Budgeting
- Simultaneous equations
- Break-even analysis
- Rates
- Ratios
- Fuel consumption rate
- Energy consumption rate
- Right angled trigonometry
- Angle of Elevation/Depression
- Sine Rule
- Cosine Rule
- Compass radial surveys
- Bearings
- Bi-variate data analysis
- Pearson Correlation
- Lines of best fit
- Z-scores
- Interpolation
- Extrapolation
- Probability/Statistical analysis
- Relative frequency
- Expected frequency
- Normal distribution
- Standardised score
- Pareto charts
- Box and whisker plots
- Outliers
- The critical path
- The Maximum flow minimum cut theorem
- Graphs and functions
- Parabola
- Exponential
- Hyperbola
- Reciprocal functions
- Networks
- Paths
- Cycles
- Trees
- Minimum Spanning Trees
- The shortest path
- The critical path
- Formulas
- Equations
- Linear relations
- Measurement
- Perimeter
- Area
- Volume
- Latitude/Longitude
- Time zones

Let’s explore these topics in depth:

Financial mathematics deals with managing money, investments, and financial transactions. Key concepts include interest rates, present value, and future value. Here are some essential components:

**Simple Interest**: Calculated as (I = P \cdot r \cdot t), where (I) is the interest, (P) is the principal amount, (r) is the interest rate, and (t) is the time (in years).**Compound Interest**: Incorporates interest on both the principal and accumulated interest. The formula is (A = P \left(1 + \frac{r}{n}\right)^{nt}), where (A) is the final amount, (n) is the number of compounding periods per year, and (t) is the time.**Future Value (FV)**: Represents the value of an investment at a future date, considering interest.**Present Value (PV)**: The current worth of a future sum of money, discounted at a specific interest rate.

Understanding taxation is crucial for financial planning. Topics include income tax, deductions, credits, and tax brackets.

Investments involve allocating funds to assets (stocks, bonds, real estate) to generate returns. Concepts include risk, diversification, and portfolio management.

Depreciation accounts for the decrease in value of assets over time. Methods include straight-line depreciation and declining balance.

Loans involve borrowing money with interest. Types include personal loans, mortgages, and student loans.

Inflation reduces the purchasing power of money. Appreciation refers to an asset’s increase in value, while depreciation is its decrease.

Shares (stocks) represent ownership in a company. Understanding stock markets, dividends, and stock valuation is essential.

Credit cards allow borrowing against a credit limit. Managing credit card debt and interest rates is crucial.

Used for calculating depreciation, this method allocates more depreciation in the early years of an asset’s life.

Annuities involve regular payments over time. Examples include retirement pensions and insurance policies.

Calculating the value of annuity payments at a future or present date.

Understanding loan amortization and repayment schedules.

Creating and managing a budget to allocate income effectively.

Solving systems of equations with multiple variables.

Determining the point at which costs equal revenue.

Understanding rates of change and comparing quantities.

**Right-Angled Trigonometry**: Involves sine, cosine, and tangent ratios.**Angle of Elevation/Depression**: Used in surveying and navigation.

**Sine Rule**: Relates side lengths and angles in non-right triangles.**Cosine Rule**: Calculates side lengths or angles in non-right triangles.

Used in navigation and land surveying.

Examining relationships between two variables.

Measures the strength and direction of linear association between two variables.

Used in regression analysis to model data trends.

Standardizing data for comparison.

Estimating values within or beyond a given data range.

Understanding probability distributions, sampling, and hypothesis testing.

Used in probability calculations.

The bell-shaped curve and Z-scores.

Visualizing data distributions and outliers.

In project management, identifies the longest path for completing tasks.

Graph theory concept related to network flow.

Understanding functions, domain, range, and graphing.

**Parabola**: U-shaped curve.**Exponential Function**: Rapid growth or decay.**Hyperbola**: Two intersecting curves.**Reciprocal Functions**: Inverse of linear functions.

Registration is required by 27-Sep-2024.

$1,000.00

**13.5 hours: (12-1:30pm)**

**Date: 30 Sep-4 Oct and 8-11 Oct 2024**

Dr Amir presents online, in a lecture format, to a group of approved registered participants. Dr Amir designs the questions presented in this session based on Dr Amir's understanding of HSC and Mathematics Extension 1 and Dr Amir's Pedagogy. The materials presented are subject to Copy Right and can not be saved or copied or distributed in any format. Dr Amir presents from a selection of the following topics:

- Graphs sketching
- Graphing Sums and products
- Absolute functions
- Square root functions
- Inverse functions
- Polynomials
- The remainder theorem
- The factor theorem
- Multiple zeros
- Probability/Statistics
- Combinatorics
- Factorial
- Ordered/Unordered selections
- Circle arrangements
- Pigeonhole principle
- Pascal's Triangle
- Binomial expansion/Theorem
- Binomial probability
- Binomial distributions
- Bernoulli distribution
- Normal approximations
- Sample proportions
- Exponential Growth/Decay
- Trigonometry
- Compound angles
- The sum of sine and cosine
- Inverse Trigonometric Functions
- Differentiating
- Integrating
- Integration by substitution
- Integration of trig functions
- Graphing inverse trig functions
- Double angle
- The t-formula
- Products to sums in trigonometry
- Mathematical induction: Series/Divisibility
- Vectors
- Vector components
- The dot product
- Projection of vectors
- Projectile motion
- The time equations of movement
- The equation of path
- Differential equations and its applications

**Dr. Amir’s Mathematics Tutoring: Unlocking Potential for High School Students in Extension 1 Mathematics**

Dr. Amir, an experienced online mathematics tutor, is committed to helping high school students excel in their mathematical journey. His personalised approach, deep subject knowledge, and effective teaching methods make him a sought-after mentor. Let’s delve into the quality tutoring Dr. Amir provides across various topics:

**Graph Sketching**:

- Dr. Amir emphasizes understanding the behavior of functions through graph sketching. Students learn to identify critical points, asymptotes, and concavity.
- He encourages hands-on practice, ensuring students can confidently sketch graphs of polynomial, rational, and trigonometric functions.

**Graphing Sums and Products**:

- Dr. Amir simplifies complex expressions involving sums and products. Students gain clarity on how to graph these composite functions.
- His step-by-step guidance helps students visualize the interplay of different functions.

**Absolute Functions and Square Root Functions**:

- Dr. Amir demystifies absolute value and square root functions. He covers domain, range, and transformations.
- Students learn to graph these functions accurately and understand their significance.

**Inverse Functions**:

- Dr. Amir ensures students grasp the concept of inverse functions. He explores one-to-one functions, finding inverses, and their graphical representation.
- His patient explanations help students navigate this fundamental topic.

**Polynomials and The Remainder Theorem**:

- Dr. Amir dives into polynomial functions, including long division and synthetic division.
- He connects the remainder theorem to polynomial evaluation, reinforcing algebraic skills.

**The Factor Theorem and Multiple Zeros**:

- Dr. Amir simplifies the factor theorem, helping students find zeros and factors of polynomials.
- His focus on multiple zeros enhances problem-solving abilities.

**Probability and Statistics**:

- Dr. Amir covers probability distributions, expected values, and variance.
- Students gain insights into real-world applications and statistical reasoning.

**Combinatorics and Factorial**:

- Dr. Amir introduces combinatorics, permutations, and combinations.
- His engaging examples make counting principles accessible.

**Binomial Expansion and Binomial Probability**:

- Dr. Amir demystifies binomial expansion using Pascal’s triangle.
- Students learn to calculate probabilities in binomial experiments.

**Trigonometry and Compound Angles**:

- Dr. Amir navigates trigonometric functions, identities, and compound angle formulas.
- Students master concepts like sum and difference of angles.

**Integration and Differentiation**:

- Dr. Amir simplifies integration techniques, including substitution and trigonometric integrals.
- His differentiation lessons cover rules, applications, and optimization.

**Vectors and Projectile Motion**:

- Dr. Amir introduces vectors, dot products, and vector components.
- Students explore projectile motion, understanding parabolic paths.

**Differential Equations and Applications**:

- Dr. Amir delves into differential equations, emphasizing practical applications.
- Students appreciate their relevance in modeling real-world phenomena.

In summary, Dr. Amir’s tutoring transcends rote learning. He fosters critical thinking, problem-solving, and mathematical intuition. With Dr. Amir, students not only conquer topics but also develop a lifelong love for mathematics.

Registration is required by 27-Sep-2024.

$1,500.00

**13.5 hours: (2-3:30pm)**

**Date: 30 Sep-4 Oct and 8-11 Oct 2024**

Dr Amir presents online, in a lecture format, to a group of approved registered participants. Dr Amir designs the questions presented in this session based on Dr Amir's understanding of HSC and Mathematics Extension 2 and Dr Amir's Pedagogy. The materials presented are subject to Copy Right and can not be saved or copied or distributed in any format. Dr Amir presents from a selection of the following topics:

- Complex numbers
- Square root of a complex number
- Argand Diagram
- Modulus and Argument
- Euler formula
- De Moivre's Theorem
- Complex numbers in quadratic equations
- Polynomials in complex numbers
- Roots of unity
- Roots of complex numbers
- Curves on complex plane
- Mathematical Proof
- Proof by contradiction
- Proof by counter-example
- Proofs by numbers
- Proofs by inequalities
- Proofs in inequalities
- 3D Vectors
- Angle between vectors
- Using vectors in geometry proofs
- Mathematical induction
- Series and sigma notation
- Recursive formula proofs
- Integration by substitution
- Integration: Partial fractions
- Integration by parts
- Integration of trigonometric functions
- Integration of inverse trig functions
- Integration of logarithmic functions
- Integration using t-formula
- Recurrence relations
- Velocity in terms of x
- Acceleration in terms of x
- Simple harmonic motion
- Projectile motion
- Forces and motion
- Equations of motion
- Resisted vertical motion
- Resisted projectile motion

**Dr. Amir’s Mathematics Tutoring Services: Unlocking Potential for High School Students**

Are you a high school student seeking expert guidance in mathematics? Look no further! Dr. Amir’s Mathematics Tutoring offers exceptional services designed to empower students, enhance their understanding, and boost their academic performance. Let’s delve into the comprehensive topics covered by Dr. Amir’s tutoring:

**Complex Numbers**:

- Dr. Amir introduces complex numbers, emphasizing their real and imaginary components. Students learn to perform arithmetic operations, represent complex numbers geometrically, and solve equations involving them.

**Square Root of a Complex Number**:

- Dr. Amir demystifies the square root of complex numbers, exploring both principal and secondary roots. Students gain insights into the Argand plane representation.

**Argand Diagram**:

- Dr. Amir guides students through the Argand diagram—a powerful tool for visualizing complex numbers. Understanding quadrants, polar form, and plotting complex points becomes second nature.

**Modulus and Argument**:

- Dr. Amir delves into the modulus (magnitude) and argument (angle) of complex numbers. Students grasp their significance in trigonometric form and polar coordinates.

**Euler’s Formula**:

- Dr. Amir unveils Euler’s remarkable formula:
*e^(iθ) = cos(θ) + i sin(θ)*. Students explore its applications in complex analysis and exponential growth.

- Dr. Amir unveils Euler’s remarkable formula:
**De Moivre’s Theorem**:

- Dr. Amir equips students with De Moivre’s theorem, enabling them to find powers and roots of complex numbers. The polar form shines as they tackle trigonometric identities.

**Complex Numbers in Quadratic Equations**:

- Dr. Amir bridges theory and practice, solving quadratic equations with complex roots. Students conquer the quadratic formula and explore discriminants.

**Polynomials in Complex Numbers**:

- Dr. Amir navigates polynomial functions involving complex coefficients. Students learn to factor, find roots, and analyze behavior.

**Roots of Unity**:

- Dr. Amir introduces the concept of roots of unity, connecting them to complex numbers. Students explore their geometric arrangement on the unit circle.

**Curves on the Complex Plane**:

- Dr. Amir unravels the beauty of curves traced by complex functions. Students visualize transformations, branch cuts, and singularities.

**Mathematical Proof Techniques**:

- Dr. Amir emphasizes rigorous proof methods:
**Proof by Contradiction**: Students learn to assume the opposite and derive contradictions.**Proof by Counter-Example**: Dr. Amir illustrates how counter-examples disprove conjectures.**Proofs by Numbers and Inequalities**: Students wield mathematical tools to validate statements.

- Dr. Amir emphasizes rigorous proof methods:
**3D Vectors and Geometry**:

- Dr. Amir extends tutoring to 3D vectors. Students explore cross products, dot products, and vector equations of lines and planes.

**Mathematical Induction**:

- Dr. Amir demystifies induction, empowering students to prove statements for all natural numbers.

**Series and Sigma Notation**:

- Dr. Amir dives into series, convergence, and summation notation. Students master arithmetic, geometric, and telescoping series.

**Integration Techniques**:

- Dr. Amir covers integration strategies:
**Integration by Substitution****Partial Fractions****Integration by Parts****Trigonometric and Inverse Trig Integrals****Logarithmic Integrals****Using t-Formulas**

- Dr. Amir covers integration strategies:
**Physics Applications**:

- Dr. Amir relates mathematics to physics:
**Projectile Motion****Forces and Motion****Equations of Motion****Simple Harmonic Motion****Resisted Vertical and Projectile Motion**

- Dr. Amir relates mathematics to physics:

Dr. Amir’s mission is clear: **unleash every student’s potential**. With personalized lessons, expert guidance, and a passion for teaching, Dr. Amir transforms mathematical challenges into triumphs. Whether you’re preparing for exams or seeking deeper understanding, Dr. Amir’s Mathematics Tutoring is your compass to success!

Registration is required by 27-Sep-2024.

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