Eddie Woo's mathematics videos mapped to your curriculum

Year 11 - 12 (WA)

- Foundation Mathematics 11 (2019 Edition)
- Foundation Mathematics 12 (2019 Edition)
- Essential Mathematics 11 (2019 Edition)
- Essential Mathematics 12 (2019 Edition)
- Mathematical Applications 11 (2019 Edition)
- Mathematical Applications 12 (2019 Edition)
- Mathematical Methods 11 (2019 Edition)
- Mathematical Methods 12 (2019 Edition)

### Algebra

39 videos### Indices

17 videos### Factorisation

41 videos### Equations

14 videos### Inequalities

10 videos### Linear Equations

32 videos### Systems of Equations

16 videos### Quadratic Equations

43 videos### Cubic Functions and Equations

5 videos### Power Functions

4 videos### Functions (Theory of)

14 videos### Functions (Graphs and Behaviour)

22 videos### Root Functions and Equations

4 videos### Hyperbolas and Other Rational Functions

7 videos### Inverse Functions

7 videos### Parabolic Functions

4 videos### Circles

9 videos### Polynomials (Manipulation and Zeros)

26 videos### Rates of Change

14 videos### Probability

22 videos### Logarithms

18 videos### Exponentials

26 videos### Trigonometry Review

14 videos### Trigonometric Functions and Identities

17 videos### Trigonometric Graphs

9 videos### Limits

8 videos### Differentiation

26 videos### Antidifferentiation

2 videos### Permutations and Combinations

16 videos

Eddie Woo is arguably Australia's most famous mathematics teacher. He makes mathematics fun, engaging and relatable.

Today Eddie's learning resources are used by students worldwide, with more than 36 million views of his lessons.

Eddie has received a number of honours and awards, including: 2015 NSW Premier's Prize for Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education; 2016 AMSI Teacher Excellence Award; 2017 Sydney University Outstanding Young Alumni Award; 2018 Australia's Local Hero (Australian of the Year Awards); 2018 Global Teacher Prize Top 10 Finalist; 2019 Western Sydney University Honorary Fellowship.

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