Level 10A provides optional, additional content for students to be extended in their mathematical studies.
Students could extend work in number and algebra to investigate the structure and properties of number systems, with further analysis of order relations and inequalities. They could extend the study of trigonometry to include an introduction to circular functions and equations, or extend...
Level 10A provides optional, additional content for students to be extended in their mathematical studies.
Students could extend work in number and algebra to investigate the structure and properties of number systems, with further analysis of order relations and inequalities. They could extend the study of trigonometry to include an introduction to circular functions and equations, or extend the study of indices and exponential functions to logarithms, including an introduction to logarithmic functions.
Students could extend work in measurement and geometry to proving a broader range of geometric propositions solving trigonometric problems in non-right angles triangles, or solving three dimensional problems involving surface area and volume of cones and spheres and composite shapes.
Students could extend work in statistics and probability to explore the concepts of conditionality, dependence and independence in depth, or consider how various measures of location and spread can be used to describe the distribution of a data set, and investigate how robust these are with respect to variation in the data, in particular with respect to measurement error.