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NZAMT NZQA NZ Grapher NZ Maths Census at School Study It

2.1 Coordinates | 2.2 Graphs | 2.3 Sequences & Series | 2.4 Trig Relationships | 2.5 Networks | 2.6 Algebra | 2.7 Calculus | 2.8 Questionnaires | 2.9 Inference | 2.10 Experiments | 2.11 Evaluate Reports | 2.12 Probability Methods | 2.13 Simulations | 2.14 Systems of Eqns | Revision

About Level 2 Mathematics

Nayland College Courses

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2A Maths
This academic course and is predominantly algebra based but will also include calculus and graphs as well as some statistics and probability. This course is required to prepare students for the academic mathematics courses at Level 3.

2.1 Graphs AS 91257 Int (4 credits)
2.4 Trigonometry AS 91259 Int (3 credits)
2.6 Algebra AS 91261 Ext (4 credits)
2.7 Calculus AS 91262 Ext (5 credits)
2.12 Probability AS 91267 Ext (4 credits)
2.14 Systems of Equations AS 91269 Int (2 credits)

2A Statsitics
This academic course focuses on the acquisition of practical statistical knowledge and skills. Report writing is required so a good level of English is beneficial. Students who are considering subjects such as Biology, Psychology or Geography will benefit from choosing this course.

2.3 Sequences AS 91258 Int (2 credits)
2.5 Networks AS 91260 Int (2 credits)
2.9 Inference AS 91264 Int (4 credits)
2.10 Experiments AS 91265 Int (3 credits)
2.12 Probability AS 91267 Ext (4 credits)
2.13 Simulations AS 91268 Int (2 credits)
2.14 Systems of Equations AS 91269 Int (2 credits)

2S Maths
This course focuses on the development of algebraic and statistical skills and applications. Topics studied include algebra, trigonometry, geometry, statistics and probability. It may lead to mathematics at Level 3.

2.1 Coordinates AS 91256 Int (2 credits)
2.3 Sequences
AS 91258 Int (2 credits)
2.4 Trigonometry AS 91259 Int (3 credits)
2.5 Networks AS 91260 Int (2 credits)
2.9 Inference AS 91264 Int (4 credits)
2.12 Probability AS 91267 Ext (4 credits)
2.13 Simulations AS 91268 Int (2 credits)

 

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Resources

NuLake workbooks with notes, examples & practice problems

D&D resources practice assessments & questions

Level 2 INTERNAL Formula Sheet (link to NZQA)
Level 2 EXTERNAL Formula Sheet (link to NZQA)

Software

Developed by the Legend Jake Willis specifically for NCEA maths. Runs on any device.

Excel Excel is one of the most widely used programs globally. Learn the basics.

Link to iNZight site iNZight free download and videos on how to get started This can be saved and run from a USB (no computer installation needed) Videos and 'getting started' available from iNZight web site.
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