## Mathematical Methods

This T course is designed for students who intend subsequent tertiary study in disciplines in which a sound and broad knowledge of mathematics is required, such as the behavioural sciences, the social sciences, applied sciences, business.

This course emphasises the acquisition and understanding of abstract mathematical concepts, relationships and techniques, incorporating practical explorations and meaningful applications. Students are provided with opportunities to analyse and solve real world problems, and to communicate their reasoning through logical arguments.

This course emphasises the acquisition and understanding of abstract mathematical concepts, relationships and techniques, incorporating practical explorations and meaningful applications. Students are provided with opportunities to analyse and solve real world problems, and to communicate their reasoning through logical arguments.

There are 4 units in the Mathematical Methods course that students typically study over a 2 year period.
MM1 - Unit 1 MM2 - Unit 2 MM3 - Unit 3 MM4 - Unit 4 |