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## IB Mathematics: Analysis and approaches SL

This course recognizes the need for analytical expertise in a world where innovation is increasingly dependent on a deep understanding of mathematics. This course includes topics that are both traditionally part of a pre-university mathematics course (for example, functions, trigonometry, calculus) as well as topics that are amenable to investigation, conjecture, and proof, for instance, […]

## IB Mathematics: Applications and interpretation HL

This course recognizes the increasing role that mathematics and technology play in a diverse range of fields in a data-rich world. As such, it emphasizes the meaning of mathematics in context by focusing on topics that are often used as applications or in mathematical modeling. To give this understanding a firm base, this course also […]

## Mathematics IA Guidance

Purpose of internal assessment Internal assessment is an integral part of the course and is compulsory for both SL and HL students. It enables students to demonstrate the application of their skills and knowledge and to pursue their personal interests without the time limitations and other constraints that are associated with written examinations. The internal […]

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## Principles of Problem Solving

There are no hard and fast rules that will ensure success in solving problems. However, it is possible to outline some general steps in the problem-solving process and to give some principles that may be useful in the solution of certain problems. These steps and principles are just common sense made explicit. They have been […]

## Representations of Functions

There are four possible ways to represent a function: verbally (by a description in words) numerically (by a table of values) visually (by a graph) algebraically (by an explicit formula) If a single function can be represented in all four ways, it is often useful to go from one representation to another to gain additional […]

## Reading Mathematics: Question Assumptions

Students at the elementary level assume that the statements in their textbooks are complete and verifiably true. A lesson on the area of a triangle is assumed to contain everything there is to know about the triangle area, and the conclusions reached in the lesson are rock-solid fact. The student’s job is to “learn” what […]