# Level 3 Functional Mathematics

36.90

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Contains 125 pages

Students will cover the following learner outcomes:

NUMBER

1. Describe the role and impact of number on daily life

2. Describe the concepts of natural numbers (N), integers (Z), rational numbers (Q) and real numbers (R)

3. Describe the properties of addition and multiplication

4. Describe the concept of number bases and their application in daily life

5. Describe the concepts of part-whole, fractions, and decimals

6. Demonstrate equivalence between simple fractions, decimals and percentages

7. Express simple ratios as fractional ratios e.g. 1:2=1/3:2/3 1.8 Calculate solutions to real life mathematical problems following the correct order of operations when applying the principal arithmetic operations, i.e. addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, to natural numbers (N), integers (Z), rational numbers (Q) and real numbers (R) 1.9 Use a calculator to perform operations requiring functions such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, percent, memory keys and the clear key 1.10 Give approximations to real life mathematical problems by using strategies including estimation, significant figures and rounding off large natural numbers 1.11 Solve routine problems from a limited range of meaningful, real life situations by making sense of the situations mathematically, making an initial model of the situation, deciding on appropriate mathematical techniques and tools to use in the situation, applying mathematical techniques, examining patterns, relationships and assumptions and making adjustments to see their effect on the initial model, and discussing and presenting results and conclusions in relation to the situation.

ALGEBRA

1. Describe the concept of algebra and its similarity to arithmetic

2. Describe the properties of linear expressions, linear equalities and linear inequalities

3. Write algebraic expressions for familiar real life situations

4. Use language appropriate to algebra

5. Simplify basic algebraic expressions by applying the principal arithmetic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to algebraic expressions of one or two variables

6. Solve simple algebraic equations and inequalities of 1 variable

7. Transpose formulae and equations

8. Solve simultaneous equations

9. Solve routine problems from a limited range of meaningful, real life situations by making sense of the situations mathematically, making an initial model of the situation, deciding on appropriate mathematical techniques and tools to use in the situation, applying mathematical techniques, examining patterns, relationships and assumptions and making adjustments to see their effect on the initial model, and discussing and presenting results and conclusions in relation to the situation.

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