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Higher (SCQF Level 6)
40 Hours over 2 Months
30 Aug 2019
The general aim of this Unit is to develop knowledge and skills that involve the manipulation of expressions, the use of vectors and the study of mathematical functions. The Outcomes cover aspects of algebra, geometry and trigonometry, and also skills in mathematical reasoning and modelling.
Use of mathematical operational skills linked to expressions and functions & use mathematical reasoning skills linked to expressions and functions.
National 5 Mathematics, relevant component units or an equivalent course is required.
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Please note that fee waivers may apply. Find out more about funding for part-time courses.
This Unit forms part of the Higher Mathematics course but can be studied as a stand alone Unit. The Higher Mathematics course enables learners to develop skills in selecting and applying mathematical techniques in a variety of mathematical situations.
These skills will enable progression to further learning and to employment. Learners will experience in-depth study of the ways in which mathematics describes our world, and become skilled in interpreting, analysing, communicating and managing information in mathematical form.
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