Advanced Higher
Mathematics Unit 3: Geometry, Proof and Systems of Equations SCQF Level 7

Examine the close relationship between geometry, proof and systems of equations.

Overview

Why take this course?

This Unit forms part of the Advanced Higher Mathematics course but can also be studied as a stand alone Unit. The Advanced Higher qualification enables learners to develop skills in selecting and applying complex mathematical techniques in a variety of situations requiring knowledge of mathematics. These skills will enable progression to further learning and to employment.

The general aim of this particular Unit is to develop advanced knowledge and skills that involve geometry, number and algebra, and to examine the close relationship between them.

What you will experience

You will cover the use of mathematical operational and reasoning skills relevant to geometry and systems of equations. You will also develop key skills in logical thinking, and the Outcomes covered will focus on matrices, vectors, solving systems of equations, the geometry of complex numbers, and the processes of rigorous proof.

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Key facts

Mode of study
Distance Learning
Method of study

This course requires you to manage your workload independently, and will involve attendance at a campus or centre - often for assessment purposes only.

Entry requirements

You are required to have a Higher Mathematics qualification. 

What you will need

You will need a calculator for this course.

What you need to know

Anything else?

This Unit forms part of the Advanced Higher Mathematics course but can also be studied as a stand alone Unit. The Advanced Higher qualification enables learners to develop skills in selecting and applying complex mathematical techniques in a variety of situations requiring knowledge of mathematics. These skills will enable progression to further learning and to employment.

Next steps

Education

At North East Scotland College

On successful completion of this course, learners could progress to a course in Higher Education - for example a degree or Higher National Diploma in mathematics or in a mathematics-related area.

Employment

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Availability

This course requires some attendance at College, often for assessment purposes only. Please enquire about expectations for your specific course when booking.

Attendance is usually at the Aberdeen City Campus or Fraserburgh Campus.

Duration Fees Code
40 Hours over 2 Months £139.00
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Paper applications only

Paper applications

You must submit a paper application form for this course and return it to us completed and signed.

Completed forms should be returned to the following freepost address:

The Student Information & Admissions Manager
North East Scotland College
FREEPOST RTJJ-TXBA-AEZS
Aberdeen City Campus
Gallowgate
Aberdeen
Scotland
UK AB25 1BN

Should you have any problems with your application, please contact the Student Advice Centre:

Telephone: 01224 612330
Email: enquiry@nescol.ac.uk

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