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 Mathematics  Type  Number of Credits
Internal
 Number of Credits
External
 Total Number of
Credits
Level 1 – Advanced  Achievement  16  4  20
Level 1 – Core  Achievement  10  0  20
 
 Level 2 – Advanced Achievement 9 9 18
 Level 2 – Core
– (Multi-Level L1&L2)
Achievement 22 0 22
 
 Level 3  – Calculus Achievement 4 17 21
 Level 3  – Statistics Achievement 14 8 22
LEVEL 1

A.S. 91026  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 1.1 – Apply numeric reasoning in solving problems
A.S. 91027  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 1.2 – Apply algebraic procedures in solving problems – External
A.S. 91029  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 1.4 – Apply linear algebra in solving problems
A.S. 91030  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 1.5 – Apply measurement in solving problems
A.S. 91032  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 1.7 – Apply right-angled triangles in solving measurement problems
A.S. 91036  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 1.11 – Investigate bivariate numerical data using the statistical enquiry cycle

LEVEL 2

A.S. 91256  2 cr Mathematics and Statistics 2.1 – Apply co-ordinate geometry methods in solving problems
A.S. 91260  2 cr Mathematics and Statistics 2.5 – Apply network methods in solving problems
A.S. 91261  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 2.6 – Apply algebraic methods in solving problems – External
A.S. 91262  5 cr Mathematics and Statistics 2.7 – Apply calculus methods in solving problems – External
A.S. 91263  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 2.8 – Design a questionnaire
A.S. 91268  2 cr Mathematics and Statistics 2.13 – Investigate a situation involving elements of chance using a simulation

LEVEL 3

Calculus
A.S. 91575  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.3 – Apply trigonometric methods in solving problems
A.S. 91577  5 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.5 – Apply the algebra of complex numbers in solving problems – External
A.S. 91578  6 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.6 – Apply differentiation methods in solving problems – External
A.S. 91579  6 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.7 – Apply integration methods in solving problems – External

LEVEL 3

Statistics
A.S. 91574  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.2 – Apply linear programming methods in solving problems
A.S. 91581  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.9 – Investigate bivariate measurement data
A.S. 91582  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.10 – Use statistical methods to make a formal inference
A.S. 91585  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.13 – Apply probability concepts in solving problems – External
A.S. 91586  4 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.14 – Apply probability distributions in solving problems – External
A.S. 91587  3 cr Mathematics and Statistics 3.15 – Apply systems of simultaneous equations in solving problems

MATHEMATICS

What are mathematics and statistics about?
Mathematics is the exploration and use of patterns and relationships in quantities, space, and time. Statistics is the exploration and use of patterns and relationships in data. These two disciplines are related, but they use different ways of thinking and solving problems. Both equip students with effective means for investigating, interpreting, explaining, and making sense of the world.
Mathematicians and statisticians use symbols, graphs, and diagrams to help them find and communicate patterns and relationships, and they create models to represent both real-life and hypothetical situations. These situations are drawn from a wide range of social, cultural, scientific, technological, health, environmental, and economic contexts.

Purpose: Why study Mathematics and Statistics
Inspire thinking
Mathematics and statistics make sense of information, experience, and ideas by engaging students to think:

  • flexibly and creatively
  • critically and effectively
  • strategically and logically

Stimulate creativity and curiosity
Mathematics and statistics open the door to a world of beauty, mystery, and awe. They provide students with the enjoyment of intellectual challenge: opportunities to explore ideas and to wrestle with interesting problems. Mathematics and statistics provide ways of connecting abstract ideas with real world thinking.

Equip students for the 21st century
Mathematics and statistics equip students with the knowledge and skills to be global citizens in the 21st century. Effective citizens have the ability and inclination to use mathematics and statistics at home, at work, and in the community by:

  • using problem-solving strategies
  • using mathematical and statistical models to solve problems
  • making sensible estimates
  • using and interpreting data
  • evaluating mathematical and statistical information
  • communicating ideas

 

 

Teacher  Responsibilities  E-mail
Mrs. C. Pereira  Head of Department  christinep@wesley.school.nz 
Dr. S. Das  Teacher  syamald@wesley.school.nz 
 Mr. S. Pole Teacher  siosiuap@wesley.school.nz 
Mr. R. Short Teacher  roberts@wesley.school.nz
Mr. S Siliasau Teacher samuelas@wesley.school.nz