Teacher in Charge: Mrs Jager
Mathematics 201
In this course you will take your next big steps in Mathematics. You are someone who enjoys a challenge and enjoys Mathematics. The course focuses on algebraic understanding and this way of thinking is inherent in almost everything we do. We will start solving some interesting realworld problems and then generalise these to a more abstract level.
There are also Statistics and Probability elements to the course which will make use of your sense of curiosity about the world around you and promote a high level of analysis and thinking.
Optional Standard: AS 91269 Systems of Equations
Calculus Level 3, Statistics Level 3
Contributions and Equipment/StationeryA tablet or similar device is highly recommended for this course.
Students will need a scientific calculator. NZQA specifically states that students without a graphics calculator will be at a disadvantage.
Course workbook: $15
You must have achieved 14 credits in Mathematics at Level One and have been successful in one external Achievement Standard at NCEA Level One. Algebra or Tables, Equations and Graphs Standards must be at Merit level.
This course is eligible for subject endorsement.
Assessment  Level 
Internal or External 
Credits 
L1 Literacy Credits  UE Literacy Credits  Numeracy Credits 

A.S. 91264 v3 Mathematics and Statistics 2.9  Use statistical methods to make an inference  2 
I 
4 
Y 
Y 

A.S. 91262 v3 Mathematics and Statistics 2.7  Apply calculus methods in solving problems  2 
E 
5 
Y 

A.S. 91261 v3 Mathematics and Statistics 2.6  Apply algebraic methods in solving problems  2 
E 
4 
Y 

A.S. 91257 v3 Mathematics and Statistics 2.2  Apply graphical methods in solving problems  2 
I 
4 
Y 

Total Credits 
Total Credits Available: 17 credits.
Externally Assessed Credits: 9 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 8 credits.
Calculus Course is very important in: Tertiary courses in Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Structural Design, Economics, Architecture or any career that has a major mathematical component. Statistics leads to careers in: Business Studies, Commerce, Education, Geography, Health Studies, Marketing, Nursing, Politics, Psychology, Social Work, Journalism, Town Planning, any career involving prediction, sampling and probability., Construction and infrastructure, Manufacturing and technology, The Primary Industries, The Service Industries, Social and Community services, Accountant, Actuarial Science, Computer Analyst or programmer, Economist, Engineering Analyst, Information Scientist, Marketing Research Analyst, Mathematician, Meteorologist, Numerical Analyst, Operations Research, Statistician, Systems Analyst, Teacher, Architecture or any career that has a major mathematical component
Courses outlined will only be available in 2020 if sufficient students wish to take them AND appropriate staff are available to teach them. Courses that do not run may be offered through distance learning and be supported by the Distance Learning Department.