Mathematics Course

Background Documents
Learning together through Problem Solving
Strands and Units
Strand A: Computation
Introductory Problem
A1: Decimals and Fractions
A2: Using Fractions and Percentages
A3: Scientific Notation
A4: Ratio and Proportion

Strand B: Number Theory
Introductory Problem
B1: Indices and Factors
B2: Number Classification and Bases
B3: Number Sequences

Strand C: Measurement
Introductory Problem
C1: Units of Measurement
C2: Solids
C3: Areas
C4: Volumes

Strand D: Probability
Introductory Problem
D1: Probability of One Event
D2: Probability of Two or More Events
D3: Extending Probability

Strand E: Data Analysis
Introductory Problem
E1: Data Collection
E2: Data Presentation
E3: Measures of Central Tendency
E4: Measures of Variation

Strand F: Algebra
Introductory Problem
F1: Formulae
F2: Algebraic Concepts
F3: Algebraic Manipulation
F4: Solving Quadratic Equations
F5: Solving Equations
F6: Solving Inequalities

Strand G: Relations, Functions and Graphs
Introductory Problem
G1: Coordinates
G2: Straight Lines
G3: Using Graphs to Solve Equations
G4: Functions

Strand H: Angle Geometry
Introductory Problem
H1: Angles and Symmetry
H2: Angles, Circles and Tangents
H3: Constructions and Loci
H4: Congruence and Similarity

Strand I: Geometry and Trigonometry
Introductory Problem
I1: Pythagoras' Theorem and Trigonometric Ratios
I2: Trigonometric Problems

Strand J: Transformations, Vectors and Matrices
Introductory Problem
J1: Reflections, Rotations and Enlargements
J2: Further Transformations
J3: Vectors
J4: Matrices