This course places emphasis on broad study across a wide range of subject areas which includes the development of their mathematical knowledge of numbers, patterns and relationships. Also, it enables students to solve problems and interpret results.
|· Numbers||· Limits of accuracy||· Straight line graphs||· Angle|
|· Set language and notation||· Ratio, proportion and rate||· Algebraic representation and formulae||· Locus|
|· Function notation||· Percentages||· Algebraic manipulation||· Mensuration|
|· Squares, square roots, cubes and cube roots||· Use of an electronic calculator||· Solutions of equations & inequalities||· Trigonometry|
|· Directed numbers||· Measures||· Indices||· Statistics|
|· Vulgar and decimal fractions and percentages||· Personal & household finance||· Graphical representation of inequalities||· Probability|
|· Ordering||· Money||· Geometrical terms and relationships||· Matrices|
|· Standard form||· Time||· Bearings||· Transformations|
|· The four operations||· Graphs in practical situations||· Geometrical constructions||· Vectors in two dimensions|
|· Estimation||· Graphs of functions||· Symmetry||·|
It is recommended that students should have previously studied an appropriate lower secondary Mathematics program.