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Mathematical Methods

Mathematical Methods develops an increasingly complex and sophisticated understanding of calculus and statistics. By using functions and their derivatives and integrals, and by mathematically modelling physical processes, students develop a deep understanding of the physical world through a sound knowledge of relationships involving rates of change.

Students use statistics to describe and analyse phenomena that involve uncertainty and variation. Students who complete this subject with a C grade or better will meet the numeracy requirement of the SACE.

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Contact

Deanna Isles

SACE Officer - Curriculum and Assessment
+61 8 8115 4826
deanna.isles@sa.gov.au