Expresses quantities as a ratio and where appropriate simplifies, for example, 'if there are 6 teachers and 60 children in a school find the ratio of the number of teachers to the total amount of teachers and children'.
Mathematics – its impact on the world, past, present and future
Researches and communicates using appropriate mathematical vocabulary and notation, the work of a famous mathematician or a mathematical topic and explains the relevance and impact they have on society.
Patterns and relationships
Generates number sequences from a given rule, for example, T = 4n + 6.
Determines if information is robust, vague or misleading by considering, for example, the validity of the source, scale used, sample size, method of presentation and appropriateness of how the sample was selected.