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VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – Algebra and Structure
1.1 Algebraic Expressions1.2 Basic Equations1.3 Linear Equations1.4 Simultaneous Equations1.5 Application of Linear Equations
VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – Arithmetic and Number
2.1 Directed Numbers2.2 Number Skills2.3 Ratios2.4 Decimals2.5 Percentages2.6 Interest Rates2.7 Spending Money
VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – Discrete Mathematics
3.1 Matrices3.2 Understanding Networks3.3 Number Sequences
VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – Geometry, Measurement and Trigonometry
4.1 Measurement4.2 Perimeter4.3 Area4.4 Surface Area4.5 Volume4.6 Similarity4.7 Pythagoras Theorem4.8 Trigonometry4.9 Nonright Angled Triangles
VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – Graphs of Linear and NonLinear Relations
5.1 Motions in Straight Lines5.2 Kinematics5.3 Reciprocal Model5.4 Locus5.5 parameters5.6 Functions
VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – Statistics
6.1 Descriptive Statistics6.2 Representing Data6.3 Exploring data6.4 Linear Modelling

VCE General Mathematics Units 1 and 2 – All TopicsUS$8.00 / month
General Mathematics provides different combinations of student interests and preparation for studying VCE Mathematics at Unit 3 and 4 levels. The areas of study for General Mathematics Unit 1 and Unit 2 are ‘Algebra and structure’, ‘Arithmetic and number’, ‘Discrete mathematics’, ‘Geometry, measurement and trigonometry’, ‘Graphs of linear and nonlinear relations’ and ‘Statistics’.
For Units 1 and 2, to suit the range of students entering the study, content must be selected from the six areas of study using the following rules:
 For each unit, content covers four or more topics in their entirety, selected from at least three different areas of study
 Courses intended as preparation for study at the Units 3 and 4 levels should include a selection of topics from areas of study that provide a suitable background for these studies
 Topics can also be selected from those available for Specialist Mathematics Units 1 and 2
 Content covered from an area of study provides a clear progression in knowledge and skills from Unit 1 to Unit 2.
In undertaking these units, students are expected to be able to apply techniques, routines and processes involving rational and real arithmetic, sets, lists and tables, diagrams and geometric constructions, algebraic manipulation, equations and graphs with and without the use of technology. They should have a facility with relevant mental and byhand approaches to estimation and computation. Using numerical, graphical, geometric, symbolic, financial and statistical functionality of technology for teaching and learning mathematics, working mathematically, and in related assessments is to be incorporated throughout each unit as applicable.
source – VCE Mathematics Study Design