Mathematical Applications (T)

Mathematical Applications focuses on the use of mathematics to solve problems in contexts that involve financial modelling, geometric and trigonometric analysis, graphical and network analysis, and growth and decay in sequences. It also provides opportunities for students to develop systematic strategies based on the statistical investigation process for answering statistical questions that involve analysing univariate and bivariate data, including time series data.

 

Unit 1 Unit 2 Unit 3 Unit 4
Consumer arithmetic

Algebra and matrices

Shape and measurement

Univariate data analysis and the statistical investigation process

Applications of trigonometry

Linear equations and their graphs

Bivariate data analysis

Growth and decay in sequences

Graphs and networks

Time series analysis

Loans, investments and annuities

Networks and decision mathematics

Assessment Requirements (per unit)

  • Mid-semester Test (75-90 minutes)
  • Investigation (2-4 week take home task) with in-class validation
  • End of semester Test (90 minutes)

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