Pre-Calculus 12 builds on the skills acquired in Pre-Calculus 11, and prepares learners for Calculus 12. In this course learners will explore trigonometry, relations and functions, permutations, combinations, the binomial theorem, and more. Calculus is relied upon regularly in disciplines ranging from physics, to engineering and economics, statistics and medicine. The concepts of calculus also underpin the physical concepts of motion, electricity, heat, light, harmonics, acoustics, astronomy, and dynamics. In the field of chemistry, calculus can be used to predict functions such as reaction rates and radioactive decay. Meanwhile, in biology, calculus is utilized to formulate rates such as birth and death rates, demonstrating the range of applications that benefit from an understanding of this domain.
Note: This course contains a SelfDesign end of course exam.