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These are the statements describing what students need to learn:

- operations with numbers in the form a × 10
^{k}where 1 ≤ a < 10 and k is an integer - arithmetic sequences and series. Use of the formulae for the nth term and the sum of the first n terms of the sequence. Use of sigma notation for sums of arithmetic sequences
- geometric sequences and series. Use of the formulae for the nth term and the sum of the first n terms of the sequence. Use of sigma notation for the sums of geometric sequences
- financial applications of geometric sequences and series: compound interest and annual depreciation
- laws of exponents with integer exponents. Introduction to logarithms with base 10 and e. Numerical evaluation of logarithms using technology
- simple deductive proof, numerical and algebraic; how to lay out a left-hand side to right-hand side (LHS to RHS) proof. The symbols and notation for equality and identity
- laws of exponents with rational exponents. Change of base of a logarithm. Solving exponential equations, including using logarithms
- Sum of infinite convergent geometric sequences.
- the binomial theorem including the expansion of (a+b)
^{n},n ∈ N. Use of Pascal's triangle and^{n}C_{r}

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