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ID 250: The Normal Distribution : Probabilities : Standardising Normal Variables
ID 8193: Differentiation : Trig functions : Visualise cos (x ± a) Addition Formulae
ID 8192: Differentiation : Trig functions : Visualise sin (x ± a) Addition Formulae
ID 8191: Trigonometry : Double angle formulae : Visualise cos(ax) Formulae
ID 8190: Trigonometry : Double angle formulae : Visualise sin(ax) Formulae
ID 8189: Trigonometry : Trig functions : Find Derived Identity 1
ID 8188: Trigonometry : Trig functions : Find Derived Identity 2
ID 8187: Exponentials and logs : Logarithms : Law: a log(b)=log(ba)
ID 8186: Exponentials and logs : Logarithms : Law: log(a/b)=log(a)-log(b)
ID 8184: Exponentials and logs : Logarithms : Law: log(ab)=log(a)+log(b)
ID 8057: Differentiation : Slope : The graph of y = x³
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