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FROM NOW TO THE FUTURE MATHEMATICS 10 - 12

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Return Home Return Home Mathematics: 10 -12 Where do I see my future? What am I good at? What do I enjoy? What do I need to achieve? What are the options?

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Return Home Return Home Core and Extension Currently achieving level 6 or 7 Semester 1: A, C. Semester 2: B, D. (Provides an excellent background for Stage 2 Maths) - Leads to Maths Studies and Specialist Maths. Maths Studies Specialist Maths Maths Studies Maths Studies Maths Methods Maths Methods Maths Studies Maths Studies Maths Methods Maths Methods Maths Applications Maths Applications

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Return Home Return Home Core and Extension Currently achieving level 5, 6 or 7 Semester 1: A, C Semester 2: B. (Provides a good background for Stage 2 Maths) Leads to Maths Studies Maths Methods Maths Studies Maths Methods Maths Applications

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Return Home Return Home Core and Extension Currently achieving a consistent level 4 (or 5) Semester 1: A, Semester 2: B, C. Provides a good background for Stage 2 Maths, but best to do this if level 4) - Leads to Maths Studies Maths Methods Maths Studies Maths Methods Maths Applications

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Return Home Return Home Core and Extension Currently achieving level 2 or 3. Semester 1: E, Semester 2: F. Leads to Maths Applications. Maths Applications

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Return Home Return Home Applied / Modified Maths Currently achieving at least level 4. Semester 1: E, Semester 2: F. Leads to Maths Applications. Maths Applications

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Return Home Return Home Applied / Modified Maths Currently achieving a level 3 or less Semester 1: G (Mathematics Pathways) This unit may be repeated in Semester 2 to enable students to meet the numeracy requirement.

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Return Home Return Home Numeracy Requirement In order to meet the Numeracy requirement for SACE, you must achieve a minimum C level in one Stage 1 unit of Mathematics

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Return Home Return Home Specialist Mathematics Publicly Examined Subject Emphasis on mathematical descriptions of change with time Significant use of electronic technology For future creators of technology

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Return Home Return Home Specialist Mathematics Course Content Trigonometric preliminaries Polynomials & complex numbers Vectors & geometry Calculus Differential equations

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Return Home Return Home Specialist Mathematics Career Pathway Architecture, economics, finance, biological environmental geological and agricultural sciences Mathematical sciences, engineering, computing science physical science, surveying.

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Studies (Publicly Examined Subject) emphasis on using mathematics to study, model & interpret social, biological & physical phenomena. for mathematically aware users of technology.

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Studies Course Content Working with Statistics Working with functions & graphs using calculus Working with linear equations & matrices.

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Studies Career Pathway Architecture, economics, finance, biological environmental geological and agricultural sciences

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Methods Publicly Examined Subject Emphasis on using mathematics to examine the past & plan for the future. For users of technology.

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Methods Course Content Statistics Algebraic models from data Calculus (differential) Linear models

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Methods Career Pathway Accounting, management, computing studies, health sciences, business, commerce, psychology, social sciences.

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Applications School Assessed Subject Emphasis on learning through practical applications. For non-technical users of mathematics & users of technology.

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Applications Course Content Investments & loans Statistics & working with data Share investments Applied Geometry

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Return Home Return Home Mathematical Applications Career Pathway Building & construction, Aquaculture, Agriculture, Engineering trades, Small business, Tourism & hospitality, Nursing, Retail, Office management, Visual arts.

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