**Teacher in Charge: ** Mr P. Dominikovich

MATHEMATICS 201

Who is this subject intended for:

Students who have completed Mathematics 101 successfully.

What you will learn in this subject:

Through this course students will continue to develop algebraic and graphical skills as well as encounter the new ideas of calculus (a topic essential for higher study in physical sciences or engineering). The course also covers aspects of statistics and probability. Assessment will be through Level 2 Achievement Standards including three externals in algebra, calculus and probability. There is flexibility in this course and some students may choose to take a fully internally assessed course.

Where this subject will lead:

This course is good preparation for studying mathematics at Level 3. It provides essential support knowledge for students wishing to study science or engineering

MATHEMATICS 202

Who is this subject intended for:

Students who have gained their Numeracy Credits in Level 1 mathematics course and wish to extend their mathematical knowledge.

What you will learn in this subject:

This course will provide an opportunity for students to attempt a less academic Mathematics course with more of an internal assessment focus. Included in the course is a Level 2 Budgeting standard. Students will still have the opportunity to sit the Level 2 Probability External

Where this subject will lead:

This course will help students become more confident in their use of mathematics in their own life and in the work place. It may prepare students for studying courses at polytechnic. However, students who wish to continue their study of Mathematics at school will need to take Maths 201 before studying the subject at Level 3.

Year 13 Calculus, Year 13 Statistics

MATHEMATICS 201

A graphics calculator (about $100). A selection of write on books (approx. $30). Drawing equipment.

MATHEMATICS 202

Students will need to have drawing equipment and a scientific or graphics calculator.

Some of the topics studied will be best supported through a write on work book costing about $6 each. Up to 6 books may be required.