**Teacher in Charge: ** Mr A. Chand

Number and Algebra

Patterns and graphs

Geometry

Multivariate statistics

Chance(probability) and data

Measurement

This course is for students who enjoy Mathematics and are successful. Students taking

this course will probably want to continue with Mathematics at higher levels. They will be

prepared for Mathematics at L2, leading on to L3 and Tertiary study. Topics covered

will include algebra, graphs, geometry and trigonometry, chance and data.

**Term 1**

Linear Algebra

Numeric Reasoning

**Term 2**

Multivariate Data

Tables, Equations and Graphs.

**Term 3**

Algebraic Procedures

Chance and data

**Term 4**

Catch up and NCEA revision

Level 1 Mathematics with Statistics (Silver), Level 2 Mathematics with Algebra/Calculus (Green)

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Casio Fx 82 Au Calculator

2 x 1 J 5 exercise books

Walker Maths Workbooks

Nulake Maths Workbooks

Laptops or ipads are optional

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