1.1 Simultaneous Equations1.2 Exponential Model1.3 Quadratic Model1.4 Reciprocal Model
2.1 Non-Right Angled Triangles2.3 Trigonometry2.3 Ratios
3.1 Interest Rates3.2 Loans3.3 Annuities
4.1 Desscriptive Statistics4.2 Exploring Data4.3 Normal Distribution
5.1 Understanding Networks5.2 Shortest Paths5.3 Critical Path Analysis
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Algebra involves using symbols to represent numbers or quantities and express relationships. It is an essential tool in problem-solving through solving equations, graphing relationships
and modelling with functions. Knowledge of algebra enables the modelling of a problem conceptually so that it is simpler to solve before returning the solution to its more complex practical form. The study of algebra is important in developing students’ reasoning skills, logical thought processes, and ability to represent and solve problems.
Measurement involves the application of knowledge, skills and understanding of numbers and geometry to quantify and solve problems in practical situations. Knowledge of measurement enables an effective understanding of basic daily situations involving rates and ratios, such as speed and the interpretation of maps and plans, in various situations. The study of measurement is important in developing students’ ability to solve problems related to two-dimensional and three-dimensional models and representations and to work effectively with various rates and ratios.
Financial Mathematics involves the application of knowledge, skills and understanding of numbers to earning, spending, investing, saving and borrowing money. Knowledge of financial mathematics enables students to analyse different financial situations, calculate the best options for given circumstances, and solve financial problems. The study of financial mathematics is important in developing students’ ability to make informed financial decisions, be aware of such decisions’ consequences, and manage personal financial resources effectively.
Statistical Analysis involves collecting, displaying, analysing and interpreting data to identify and communicate key information. Knowledge of statistical analysis enables the careful interpretation of situations and raises awareness of contributing factors when presented with information by third parties, including the possible misrepresentation of information. The study of statistical analysis is important in developing students’ understanding of how conclusions drawn from data can be used to inform decisions made by groups, such as scientific investigators, business people and policy-makers.
Networks involve the graphical representation and modelling of situations as an approach to decision-making processes. Knowledge of networks enables the development of a logical sequence of tasks or a clear understanding of connections between people or items. The study of networks is important in developing students’ ability to interpret a set of connections or sequences of tasks as a concise diagram to solve related problems.
source – NSW Education Standards Authority