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From mathematical concepts (eg trig) to the basic physical ones. Which should I know and understand?

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From mathematical concepts (eg trig) to the basic physical ones. Which should I know and understand?

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From mathematical concepts (eg trig) to the basic physical ones. Which should I know and understand?

For grade 12?

Just know how to find a slop of a graph, secant and tangent lines.

Trig will help you a lot. Be sure to know the cos= adj/hyp etc. cosine law and sine law.

Pretty much it. The rest is addition and subtraction and theory.

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For grade 12?

Just know how to find a slop of a graph, secant and tangent lines.

Trig will help you a lot. Be sure to know the cos= adj/hyp etc. cosine law and sine law.

Pretty much it. The rest is addition and subtraction and theory.

For degree level.

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"We know that an ice bath (mixture of ice and water) stays at 32 degrees until either all the ice melts or all the water freezes. If a pond has a two inch sheet on ice on it's surface, what is the temperature below the ice?"

The important point to remember is that the ice bath theory holds true if the container holds pure water and pure ice. The pond does not hold pure water nor pure ice!!!

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For a college degree (bachelor's), I'd say you'll need to know:From mathematical concepts (eg trig) to the basic physical ones. Which should I know and understand?

Algebra, including exponential and logarithmic functions

Geometry

Trigonometry

Linear algebra

Calculus: Differential, Integral, Multivariable, Differential Equations

In brief, you should know up through 2nd year calculus.Geometry

Trigonometry

Linear algebra

Calculus: Differential, Integral, Multivariable, Differential Equations

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