NCEA Course Booklet

Mathematics

Year 12

Year 12

Mathematics

Mathematics for Statistics

Prerequisites 16 credits in Year 11 Mathematics, of which AS 91027 Algebra, or AS 91028 Tables, Relationships and Graphics must be at Merit level. Description This course is designed for students who did the Mathematics course in Year 11. A successful completion of the course allows entry to either Calculus or Statistics in Year 13. Assessment This course contributes towards NCEA Level 2, with 13 of the 20 credits externally assessed by examination, and the remaining 7 credits internally assessed.

Prerequisites 12 credits in Year 11 Mathematics or Year 11 General Mathematics. Description This course allows student progression to Level 3 Statistics, with only little need to further develop algebraic skills. This course does not allow students to enter Level 3 Calculus. Assessment This course contributes towards NCEA Level 2, with 4 of the 17 credits externally assessed by examination, and the remaining 13 credits internally assessed.

The following Achievement Standards will be assessed:

The following Achievement Standards will be assessed:

• AS 91260 (2 credits – internal) Apply network methods in solving problems. • AS 91258 (2 credits – internal) Apply sequences and series in solving problems. • AS 91264(4 credits – internal) Use statistical methods to make an inference. • AS 91265 (3 credits – internal) Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using statistical methods. • AS 91267 (4 credits – external) Apply probability methods in solving problems. • AS 91268 (2 credits – internal) Investigate a situation involving elements of chance using a simulation.

• AS 91257 (4 credits – internal) Apply graphical methods in solving problems. • AS 91259 (3 credits – internal) Apply trigonometric relationships in solving problems. • AS 91261 ( 4 credits – external) Apply algebraic methods in solving problems. • AS 91262 (5 crdits – external) Apply calculus methods in solving problems. • AS 91267 (4 credits – external) Apply probability methods in solving problems.

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