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EDCU11029 Procedural Mathematics 1
Mathematics as a science of number and pattern has rules, procedures and concepts that are foundational to higher mathematics courses. This enabling course in procedural mathematics identifies, expands upon and reinforces the specific content areas of arithmetic, algebra and geometry at a level beyond the expectation of secondary education and at a level pre-emptive of the requirements of further tertiary mathematics programs. In addition to this identification, recognition and use of mathematical algorithms is the conceptual knowledge of the mathematics content and the development of maturity in using the procedural mathematics in a variety of discipline areas. As a mathematical science enabling course this course focuses on working mathematically.
Course at a glance
|Requisites:||This course has no pre/co-requisites|
|Student Contribution Band:||7|
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