Use this content finder to find SolutionBank, GeoGebra interactives and Casio calculator support for Statistics and Mechanics Year 2. The chapter links below take you the interactives and calculator support for each chapter and to full worked solutions for each exercise. You can also download SolutionBank for the whole textbook.

Statistics and Mechanics 2 combined SolutionBank

1 Regression, correlation and hypothesis testing

4 Moments

• Page 3: Explore the original and coded data graphically using technology.

• Page 6: Use your calculator to calculate the PMCC.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Mixed exercise 1 SolutionBank

• Page 17: Explore set notation on a Venn diagram using GeoGebra.

• Mixed exercise 2 SolutionBank

• Page 40: Explore the normal distribution curve using technology.

• Page 41: Use the Normal CD function on your calculator to find probabilities from a normal distribution.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Page 45: Use the Inverse Normal function on your calculator to calculate values which satisfy given probability statements for the normal distribution.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Page 50: Use the Inverse Normal function on your calculator with the standard normal distribution.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Page 58: Use the inverse normal distribution function on your calculator to find the critical region directly.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

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Mixed exercise 3 SolutionBank

• Review exercise 1 SolutionBank

• Page 71: Explore the moment of a force acting about a point using GeoGebra.

• Page 80: Explore the moment acting about pivot M using GeoGebra

• Page 83: See the point at which the beam starts to tilt due to the weight of the child and explore the problem with different forces and distances using GeoGebra.

• Mixed exercise 4 SolutionBank

• Page 94: Explore the resultant of two forces using GeoGebra.

• Page 102: Explore this problem with different masses, slopes and frictional coefficients using GeoGebra.

• Mixed exercise 5 SolutionBank

• Page 112: Find cos α and sin α using your calculator.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Page 115: Use your calculator to solve a quadratic equation.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Page 120: Explore the parametric equations for the path of the particle and their Cartesian form, both algebraically and graphically using technology.

• Mixed exercise 6 SolutionBank

• Page 139: Use the STO function to store exact values on your calculator.

• Scientific calculator tutorial

• Page 143: Explore the forces in this question in a more detailed diagram using GeoGebra.

• Mixed exercise 7 SolutionBank

• Page 160: Explore the solution to this example using technology.

• Page 162: Explore the solution to this example using technology.

• Mixed exercise 8 SolutionBank

• Review exercise 2 SolutionBank

• Practice exam paper SolutionBank

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