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Exercise 14D.3 questions 4, 5, 7

Exercise 14E questions 1, 2, 4ab, 6ab

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# Month: April 2020

## 11 HL: Euler’s Form

## 11 HL: Working with Modulus-Argument Form

## 11 HL: Modulus-Argument Form

## 11 HL: The Complex Modulus

## 11 HL: Applications of Trigonometry

## 12 SL: Expectation

## 11 HL: The Ambiguous Case

## 11 HL: The Cosine Rule

## 12 SL: The Binomial Distribution

## 12 SL: Conditional Probability

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Exercise 14D.3 questions 4, 5, 7

Exercise 14E questions 1, 2, 4ab, 6ab

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Exercise 14B question 13ac

Exercise 14C question 3

Exercise 14D.1 4ade, 5, 7

Exercise 14D.2 1a–e, 3

Exercise 14D.3 1ab, 2ab

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Find the modulus-argument for of the following complex numbers. Restrict your arguments to the interval \([0, 2\pi[\).

- 3 + 5i
- –3 + 5i
- 3 – 5i
- Is \(z=-2 \textrm{cis} \left(\frac{\pi}{6}\right)\) a complex number? Explain why it is not correctly expressed in modulus-argument form, and find a correct expression for \(z\) in modulus argument form.

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Exercise 14A questions 3ce, 8

Exercise 14B questions 1, 5abd, 6, 8, 9, 11, 15

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Exercise 9D (Blue Book) questions 1, 6, 9, 11a, 15, 21

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Exercise 23C questions 1, 7, 8, 10

Exercise 23D.2 questions 1bc, 2–4

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Exercise 9C.2 Questions 1c, 2, 4, 6, 7

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Exercise 9B questions 1a, 2, 5, 9

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Exercise 23A questions 3ac and 4a

Exercise 23D.2 questions 1, 2a, 4a

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Exercise 22I questions 1, 2, 3, 5, 9, 12

Exercise 22J questions 1, 4