160.133 Processes in Mathematics (15 credits)

A mathematical foundation for further studies in mathematics, statistics, natural and computing sciences, business and education. It combines a blend of concepts, techniques and applications. Topics from algebra and calculus include matrices, vectors and geometry, complex numbers, techniques and applications of differentiation and integration. The course follows from 160.132; well-prepared students from high school can enter 160.133 directly.

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  • Students who have achieved at least 18 credits in NCEA Level 3 Mathematics, including: (1) merit or excellence for the Differentiation and Integration standards AS91578 and AS91579; and (2) at least one of AS91575 Trigonometry, AS91577 Complex Numbers, AS91587 Simultaneous Equations, may apply to enrol in 160.133 directly.

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