# Level 2 Courses

### Nayland College Courses

Nayland College currently offers three different courses at Level 2 to best meet the needs of our students.

### 2A Mathematics

Our 2A course is an 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. The course covers:

- 2.6 Algebra AS 91261 Ext (4 credits)
- 2.2 Graphs AS 91257 Int (4 credits)
- 2.12 Probability AS 91267 Ext (4 credits)
- 2.14 Systems of Equations AS 91269 Int (2 credits)
- 2.1 Coordinate Geometry AS 91256 Int (2 Credits)
- Calculus (not the full topic)

The outline for the year can be found here: 2A - 2020.pdf.

### 2 Statistics

Our 2Stats course focuses on the acquisition of practical statistical knowledge and skills. Students who are considering subjects such as Biology, Psychology or Geography will benefit from choosing this course. The course covers:

- 2.5 Networks AS 91260 Int (2 credits)
- 2.8 Questionnaires AS 91263 Int (3 credits)
- 2.10 Experiments AS 91265 Int (3 credits)
- 2.12 Probability AS 91267 Ext (4 credits)
- 2.9 Inference AS 91264 Int (4 credits)

The outline for the year can be found here: 2Stats - 2020.pdf.

### 2S Mathematics

Our 2S course is a fully internal course (post lockdown) that focuses on a wide range of skills and applications. It may lead to mathematics at Level 3. This course covers:

- 2.5 Networks AS 91260 Int (2 credits)
- 2.4 Trigonometry AS 91259 Int (3 credits)
- 2.1 Coordinate Geometry AS 91256 Int (2 credits)
- 2.9 Inference AS 91264 Int (4 credits)
- 2.13 Simulations AS 91268 Int (2 credits)
- 2.3 Sequences & Series AS 91258 Int (2 credits)

The outline for the year can be found here: 2S - 2020.pdf.

### Standards

- 2.1 Coordinate Geometry
- 2.2 Graphs
- 2.3 Sequences and Series
- 2.4 Trig
- 2.5 Networks
- 2.6 Algebra
- 2.7 Calculus
- 2.8 Questionnaires (no resources available)
- 2.9 Inference
- 2.10 Experiments
- 2.11 Reports (no resources available)
- 2.12 Probability
- 2.13 Simulations
- 2.14 Systems of Equations