IB Mathematics Applications and Interpretation SL

IB Mathematics Applications and Interpretation SL course is designed for students who want to obtain a sound knowledge of mathematics, specifically emphasising the applied nature of the subject in real-life situations. This course is suitable for students who wish to go on to further studies in liaise mathematics-related subjects.

This course consists of 5 main sub-courses.

1.1 Number Skills
1.2 Arithmetic Sequences and Series
1.3 Geometric Sequences and Series
1.4 Financial Mathematics
1.5 Exponents
1.6 Logarithms
1.7 Annuity

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39 Lessons
2.1 Straight Lines
2.2 Functions
2.3 Growth and Decay
2.4 Linear Modelling
2.5 Non-Linear Modelling

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31 Lessons
3.1 Volume
3.2 Surface Area
3.3 Angle Geometry
3.4 Trigonometry
3.5 Circles
3.6 Non-Right Angled Triangles
3.7 Voronoi Diagrams

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36 Lessons
4.1 Descriptive Statistics
4.2 Representing Data
4.3 Exploring Data
4.4 Linear Correlation
4.5 Probability
4.6 Expectation
4.7 Binomial Distribution
4.8 Normal Distribution
4.9 Hypothesis Testing

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68 Lessons
5.1 Rate of Change
5.2 Differentiation
5.3 Application of Differentiation
5.4 Integration

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22 Lessons

In each sub-course, students are expecting to access a structured learning circumstance with video lessons that provide fundamental knowledge of each topic, interactive lessons to deepen the knowledge level by answering interactive questions directly and take quizzes after completing the topics in the sub-courses to measure how well the students understand the essential knowledge required for IB Mathematics Applications and Interpretation SL.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is IB Mathematics Applications and Interpretation SL?

This course is designed for students who explore describing the real world and solving practical problems using mathematics.

How to prepare for the IB Mathematics Applications and Interpretation SL Exam?

You can maximise your performance by taking our online courses here including Number and Algebra, Functions, Geometry and Trigonometry, Statistics and Probability, Calculus. Study consistently well using these online courses before your exam and regularly take quizzes in each lesson to boost your skills.