# Level 3 Mathematics

36.90

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Contains 178 pages

Students will cover the following learner outcomes:

NUMBER

1. Explain the concepts of natural numbers (N), integers (Z), and real numbers (R)

2. Demonstrate equivalence between common simple fractions, decimals and percentages by conversion e.g. 1/2=0.5=50%

3. Express simple ratios as fractional ratios e.g. 1:2=1/3:2/3

4. Give approximations by using strategies including significant figures and rounding off large natural numbers

5. Use a calculator to perform operations requiring functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percent, memory keys and the clear key

6. Demonstrate accuracy of calculation by applying the principal mathematical functions, i.e. addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, to natural numbers (N), integers (Z), and real numbers (R), simple fractions, and decimal numbers to two places of decimal.

MEASUREMENT & CAPACITY

1. Describe shape and space constructs using language appropriate to shape and space to include square, rectangle, circle, cylinder, angles, bisect, radius, parallel, perpendicular etc.

2. Draw everyday objects to scale using a range of mathematical instruments

3. Calculate the area of a square, rectangle, triangle and circle using the correct formula and giving the answer in the correct form

4. Calculate the volume of a cylinder and cone using the correct formula and giving the answer in the correct form

5. Demonstrate metric measurement skills using the correct measurement instrument, and vocabulary appropriate to the measurement, to accurately measure length/distance, capacity, weight, time

6. Use simple scaled drawings to work out real distance, location, and direction.

ALGEBRA

1. Describe familiar real life situations in algebraic form

2. Simplify basic algebraic expressions by applying the principal mathematical functions i.e. addition, 3 subtraction, multiplication, division, to algebraic expressions of 1 or 2 variables

3. Solve basic algebraic equations of 1 variable, by using the variable to solve mathematical problems where the solution is N.

DATA HANDLING

1. Describe the presence of data in everyday situations

2. Conduct a simple survey using a variety of data collection methods

3. Display data using appropriate classifications on bar charts or pie charts

4. Describe findings, to include interpretation of results, and suggesting reasons for findings.

PROBLEM SOLVING

1. Describe everyday situations in terms of quantitative descriptions

2. Calculate solutions to real life quantitative problems by applying appropriate mathematical techniques

3. Describe how a quantitative solution to a problem may be applied in a limited range of contexts

See sample here