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# Functional Skills Maths Level 2

## Functional Skills Maths Level 2 Courses

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## Course Content

### Using Numbers

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#### Addition and subtraction (Including decimals)

• Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals up to three decimal places
• And include numbers up 10 million and Money problems

#### Multiplication & Dividing (Including decimals)

• apply the four operations, including formal written methods, to integers,

#### Order of Operations

• Follow the order of precedence of operators, including indices (No indices beyond cubic)

#### Decimals and place value

• all both positive and negative; understand and use place value (e.g. when working with very large or very small numbers, and when calculating with decimals)
• Order, approximate and compare decimals
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide decimals up to three decimal places

#### Ordering Decimals

• Read, write, order and compare positive and negative numbers of any size.
• Include decimals and fractions; use the symbols =, ≠, <, >, ≤, ≥

#### Fractions (Adding, Subtracting, multiplying & Dividing)

• apply the four operations, - fractions (proper and improper), and mixed numbers

#### Fractions of amount

• Express one number as a fraction of another

#### Percentage of Amount

• Work out percentages of amounts and express one amount as a percentage of another

#### Percentage Change

• Calculate percentage change (any size increase and decrease), and original value after percentage change

#### Reverse Percentages

• Calculate percentage change (any size increase and decrease), and original value after percentage change

#### Fractions to Decimals to Percentages

• Identify and know the equivalence between fractions, decimals, and percentages
• work interchangeably with terminating decimals and their corresponding fractions (such as $3.5$ and $\dfrac{7}{2}$ or $0.375$ or $\dfrac{3}{8}$

#### Estimation

• Carry out calculations (up to one million) to check answers including estimation and approximation estimate answers; check calculations using approximation and estimation, including answers obtained using technology

#### Ratio (Basics)

• Understand and calculate using ratios, use ratio notation, including reduction to simplest form, simplifying ratios, ratio of amount, total from 1 ratio

#### Direct and inverse Proportion (basics)

• direct proportion and inverse proportion (without the need for algebra)
• Basic multiplication problems, involving some ratio

#### Substituting values into equations

• Evaluate expressions and make substitutions in given formulae in words and symbols

### Common measures, shape and space

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#### Problems involving money

• Perform calculations and solve problems multistep problems involving money

#### Compound Growth

• Calculate amounts of money, compound interest, percentage increases, decreases and discounts including tax and simple budgeting
• (Does not include Decay or finding n).
• (Do not need to use the formula)
• (accounts for use of non-scientific calculator)

#### Unit Conversions

• Convert between units of length, weight, money, and time.
• Solve problems requiring unit conversions.

#### Conversion Graphs

• Read and interpret conversion graphs

#### Speed and Density

• Calculate using compound measures including speed, density, and rates of pay
• (does not include pressure)

#### Circles (Basics)

• Calculate perimeters and areas of circles
• know the formulae: circumference of a circle $= 2\pi r$ $= \pi d$ , area of a circle $= \pi r2$
• (accounts for use of non-scientific calculator)

#### Perimeter and Areas of Shapes

• Calculate perimeters and areas of 2-D shapes including triangles and circles and composite shapes including non-rectangular shapes (formulae given except for triangles and circles)
• (accounts for use of non-scientific calculator)

#### Nets of 3D shapes

• Draw and interpret nets of regular and irregular 3D shapes
• Using nets, draw corresponding 3D shapes.

#### Volume of 3D Shapes

• Use formulae to find volumes and surface areas of 3-D shapes including cylinders (formulae to be given for 3-D shapes other than cylinders)
• Can include more complex 3D shapes, however formula and definitions or all terms will be given.

#### Surface Area of 3D shapes

• cylinders, prisms, cuboids, pyramids, some slightly complex shapes
• Can include more complex 3D shapes, however formula and definitions or all terms will be given.

#### Projections and Elevations

• Understand and use common 2-D representations of 3-D objects
• construct and interpret plans and elevations of 3D shapes
• Draw 3-D shapes to include plans and elevations

#### Maps and Scale Drawings

• Calculate actual dimensions from scale drawings and create a scale diagram given actual measurements
• use scale factors, scale diagrams and maps

#### Coordinates

• Use coordinates in 2-D, positive and negative, to specify the positions of points
• work with coordinates in all four quadrants
• Drawn lines and shapes from given coordinates.

#### Angles in 2D shapes

• Calculate values of angles and/or coordinates with 2-D and 3-D shapes
• Angles in a triangle

### Handling information and data

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#### Mean, Median, Mode and Range

• Calculate the median and mode of a set of quantities
• Use the mean, median, mode and range to compare two sets of data

#### Data tables (Two way tables)

• Work out the probability of combined events including the use of diagrams and tables, including two-way tables

#### Frequency tables and Estimating the Mean

• Estimate the mean of a grouped frequency distribution from discrete data

#### Simple Probability

• Work out the probability of combined events including the use of diagrams and tables, including two-way tables
• Express probabilities as fractions, decimals and percentages expected frequencies to theoretical probability, using appropriate language and the 0-1 probability scale

#### Scatter Graphs

• Draw and interpret scatter diagrams and recognise positive and negative correlation.
• Line of best fit

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