These units are designed as preparation for Mathematical Methods Units 3 and 4.

- Functions and graphs

- Algebra

- Calculus

- Probability and statistics

- Define/explain key concepts as specified in the areas of study and apply a range of related mathematical routines and procedures.

- Apply mathematical processes in non-routine contexts, including situations requiring problem-solving, modelling or investigative techniques or approaches, and analyse and discuss these applications of mathematics.

- Use technology to develop mathematical ideas, produce results and carry out analysis in situations requiring problem-solving or investigative approaches.

These units follow on directly from Mathematical Methods Unit 1 & Unit 2 and in particular, will assume knowledge of material studied in Unit 2. It may be taken in conjunction with either General Mathematics Unit 3 & Unit 4 or Specialist Mathematics Unit 3 & Unit 4. It is intended to provide suitable foundation for further studies in courses such as Science, Economics, Medicine and Engineering.

- Functions and graphs

- Algebra

- Calculus

- Probability and statistics

- To define/explain key terms and concepts as specified in the content from the areas of study, and to apply a range of related mathematical routines and procedures.

- Apply mathematical processes in non-routine contexts and to analyse and discuss these applications of mathematics.

- Select and appropriately use technology to develop mathematical ideas, produce results and carry out analysis in situations requiring problem-solving, modelling or investigative techniques or approaches.

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