VCE Maths Methods Videos

VCE Maths Methods | Unit Circle
VCE Maths Methods | Differentiability
VCE Maths Methods | First Principle
VCE Maths Methods | Distance Between Two Points
VCE Maths Methods | Using the Integral
VCE Maths Methods | Sketching
VCE Maths Methods | Inverse
VCE Maths Methods | Product & Quotient
VCE Maths Methods | Exact Values
VCE Maths Methods | Independent/Mutually Exclusive Events

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Maths Methods

Straight up, Methods is hard. We know that - you know that. And people go into the subject looking for very different things. Some students are gunning for that raw 50; others would be stoked to scrape a 25.

No matter where you're at in your Methods journey, these free VCE Maths Methods videos will be fantastic revision for you.

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The videos

We've divided the Methods course into ten areas. We haven't covered the whole course, here - the idea is simply to give you a head start, or a great revision tool, for some of the major Methods concepts.
  • Video 1: Unit Circle
  • Video 2: Differentiability
  • Video 3: Differentiation By First Principle
  • Video 4: Finding the Distance Between Two Points
  • Video 5: Sketching Higher-Order Polynomials
  • Video 6: Using the Integral
  • Video 7: Finding the Inverse of a Function
  • Video 8: Product and Quotient
  • Video 9: Exact Values
  • Video 10: Independent/Mutually Exclusive Events
 

The presenter

Luke is one of the best young mathematicians in Australia, and his VCE results reflect that: a 99+ ATAR, and a 40+ raw study score in all three maths subjects: Further, Methods and Specialist. He also happens to be the Head Tutor for Methods at TuteSmart. But Luke is also a bit of an enigma. For example, did you know that he's in his own band? #denimdogs

Want more?

These VCE Maths Methods videos are a great start, but there's still a heap more free Methods stuff available for you to sink your teeth into!
  • For example, have you considered downloading some free VCE Methods notes? All of our Methods lecture slides are also available here.
  • You should definitely get around this list of our best Methods forum resources. In this thread, you can also ask any Methods questions you have!
  • And, of course, if you're looking for more revision videos, you can find them all here.
 

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Finding the Distance Between Two Points: Luke intended to write (x₂ - x₁) for this question.