## 悉尼代寫assignment

**STAGE 2 MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS**

**FOLIO TASK**

**Costing Calculations**

**Topic: Mathematics and Small Business**

**Subtopics: 3.3 - Costing Calculations **

**3.4 - Business Structures and Taxation**

A completed investigation should include:

· an introduction that outlines the problem to be explored, including it significance, its features, and the context

· the method required to find a solution, in terms of the mathematical model or strategy to be used

· the appropriate application of the mathematical model or strategy, including

- the generation or collection of relevant data and/or information, with details of the process of collection

- mathematical calculations and results, and appropriate representations

- the analysis and interpretation of results

- reference to the limitations of the original problem

· a statement of the results and conclusions in the context of the original problem

· appendices and a bibliography, as appropriate.

Learning Requirements |
Assessment Design Criteria |
Capabilities |

1. Understand fundamental mathematical concepts and relationships. 2. Identify, collect, and organise mathematical information relevant to investigating and finding solutions to questions/problems taken from social, scientific, economic, or historical contexts. 3. Recognise and apply the mathematical techniques needed when analysing and finding a solution to a question/problem in context. 4. Make informed use of electronic technology to provide numerical results and graphical representations. 5. Interpret results, draw conclusions, and reflect on the reasonableness of these in the context of the question/problem. 6. Communicate mathematical ideas and reasoning using appropriate language and representations. 7. Work both independently and cooperatively in planning, organising, and carrying out mathematical activities. |
Mathematical Knowledge and Skills and Their ApplicationThe specific features are as follows: § MKSA1 Knowledge of content and understanding of mathematical concepts and relationships. § MKSA2 Use of mathematical algorithms and techniques (implemented electronically where appropriate) to find solutions to routine and complex questions. § MKSA3 Application of knowledge and skills to answer questions in applied contexts. Mathematical Modelling and Problem-solvingThe specific features are as follows: § MMP1 Application of mathematical models. § MMP2 Development of mathematical results for problems set in applied contexts. § MMP3 Interpretation of the mathematical results in the context of the problem. § MMP4 Understanding of the reasonableness and possible limitations of the interpreted results, and recognition of assumptions made. Communication of Mathematical InformationThe specific features are as follows: § CMI1 Communication of mathematical ideas and reasoning to develop logical arguments. § CMI2 Use of appropriate mathematical notation, representations, and terminology. |
Communication Citizenship Personal Development Work Learning |