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## VCE Success?

## How to Play VCE with Mathematica

## Guest Post: Mathematica and the Potential Gaming of VCE

## Inducting Mathematics into VCE

## Quick Notes on the Herald Sun’s Exam Errors Article

## Witch 107: Infer a Pounding

## PoSWW 39: A One-Sided Triangle

## Don’t Accept No Subsitutions

## Witch 106: Plane Silly

## WitCH 105: Flippin’ Ridiculous

To all VCE students, we hope your results were all that you wished for, and that your grand educational plans can now go ahead.

An article titled Mathematica and the Potential Gaming of VCE has just appeared in the MAV’s journal Vinculum (and we have posted it here). By Sai kumar Murali krishnan, who completed VCE last year and who we previously mentioned in this post, the article delivers what the title promises (noting the “Potential” is redundant): Sai demonstrates how Mathematica’s […]

What follows is the article Mathematica and the Potential Gaming of VCE, by Sai kumar Murali krishnan, which has just appeared in Vinculum and which we have written about here. Sai’s article is reproduced here with Sai’s permission. Sai can be contacted by email here. INTRODUCTION Last year I completed VCE, including Mathematical Methods (CBE) […]

B. Kliban This post is motivated by a sub-discussion on another post. Mathematical induction is officially in the VCE curriculum (in Specialist 12), but is not there in a properly meaningful sense. So, if people want to suggest what should be done or, the real purpose of this blog, simply wish to howl at the […]

There is report today in The Herald Sun (Murdoch, paywalled), titled, Mistake-riddled VCE maths exams robbing students Regular readers will know pretty much the lay of the land. However, there may be some non-regular readers in the next few days. So, a few clarifying remarks are probably worthwhile. (This is quick: I’ll adjust as I can […]

This has a lot in it: it’s more of a coven than a WitCH. We couldn’t see what else to do. As with our recent PoSWW, this WitCH comes from the Logic and Proof chapter of VicMaths, Nelson’s Specialist Mathematics Year 12 text. This is a new VCE topic, for which the summary from VCAA’s […]

As for our most recent WitCH, this one comes from VicMaths, Nelson’s Specialist Mathematics Year 12 text. It is an exercise and solution from the Logic and Proof chapter (covering a new VCE topic).

As a byproduct of the recent differential equations WitCH, I promised to write something on integration by substitution. I’ve been pondering that, and I will write it, soon. But there’s also a little VCAA story about substitution I’ve been thinking about posting for a long time, and it seems natural to do that first. In […]

We’re snowed, and we have a couple posts in the works that simply won’t behave. So, we’ll just keep the ball rolling with a WitCH, and have you commenters do the work for now. The following is the introduction to planes (a new VCE topic) in VicMaths, Nelson’s Specialist Mathematics Year 12 text.

It’s hard to be believe we haven’t already done this one, since it’s been irritating us for years. But in any case it really irritated us again yesterday during a tute, and so here we are. The following introduction and example, chosen largely but not entirely at random, is from Cambridge’s Specialist Mathematics 3 & […]