4.1 Integration and applications of integration

4.2 Rates of change and differential equations

4.3 Statistical inference

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# WACE Mathematics Specialist ATAR – Unit 3

3.1 Complex numbers

3.2 Functions and sketching graphs

3.3 Vectors in three dimensions

# WACE Mathematics Specialist ATAR – Unit 2

2.1 Trigonometry

2.2 Matrices

2.3 Real and complex numbers

# WACE Mathematics Specialist ATAR – Unit 1

1.1 Geometry

1.2 Combinatorics

1.3 Vectors in the plane

# WACE Mathematics Methods ATAR – Unit 4

4.1 The logarithmic function

4.2 Continuous random variables and the normal distribution

4.3 Interval estimates for proportions

# WACE Mathematics Methods ATAR – Unit 3

3.1 Further differentiation and applications

3.2 Integrals

3.3 Discrete random variables

# WACE Mathematics Methods ATAR – Unit 2

2.1 Exponential functions

2.2 Arithmetic and geometric sequences and series

2.3 Introduction to differential calculus

# WACE Mathematics Methods ATAR – Unit 1

1.1 Counting and probability

1.2 Functions and graphs

1.3 Trigonometric functions

# WACE Mathematics Applications ATAR – Unit 4

4.1 Time series analysis

4.2 Loans, investments and annuities

4.3 Networks and decision mathematics

# WACE Mathematics Applications ATAR – Unit 3

3.1 Bivariate data analysis

3.2 Growth and decay in sequences

3.3 Graphs and networks

# WACE Mathematics Applications ATAR – Unit 2

2.1 Univariate data analysis and the statistical investigation process

2.2 Applications of trigonometry

2.3 Linear equations and their graphs

# WACE Mathematics Applications ATAR – Unit 1

1.1 Consumer arithmetic

1.2 Algebra and matrices

1.3 Shape and measurement

# WACE Mathematics Essential General – Unit 4

4.1 Probability and relative frequencies

4.2 Earth geometry and time zones

4.3 Loans and compound interest

# WACE Mathematics Essential General – Unit 3

3.1 Measurement

3.2 Scales, plans and models

3.3 Graphs in practical situations

3.4 Data collection

# WACE Mathematics Essential General – Unit 2

2.1 Representing and comparing data

2.2 Percentages

2.3 Rates and ratios

2.4 Time and motion

# WACE Mathematics Essential General – Unit 1

1.1 Basic calculations, percentages and rates

1.2 Using formulas for practical purposes

1.3 Measurement

1.4 Graphs

# WACE Mathematics Foundation – Unit 4

4.1 Rates and ratios

4.2 Statistics and probability

4.3 Application of the mathematical thinking process

# WACE Mathematics Foundation – Unit 3

3.1 The four operations: whole numbers and money

3.2 Percentages linked with fractions and decimals

3.3 The four operations: fractions and decimals

3.4 Location, time and temperature

3.5 Space and design

# WACE Mathematics Foundation – Unit 2

2.1 Understanding fractions and decimals

2.2 Multiplication and division with whole numbers and money

2.3 Metric relationships

2.4 Perimeter, area and volume

2.5 The probability of everyday events

# WACE Mathematics Foundation – Unit 1

1.1 Whole numbers and money

1.2 Addition and subtraction with whole numbers and money

1.3 Length, mass and capacity

1.4 Time

1.5 Data, graphs and tables