 demonstrates knowledge and understanding of concepts of functions, calculus, vectors and statistics in routine and nonroutine problems in a variety of contexts
 synthesises information to select and apply techniques in mathematics to solve routine and nonroutine problems in a variety of contexts
 develops, selects and applies mathematical models to routine and nonroutine problems in a variety of contexts
 constructs mathematical proofs in a variety of contexts using a range of techniques
 uses digital technologies effectively to graph, display and organise mathematical information to solve a range of routine and nonroutine problems in a variety of contexts

 demonstrates knowledge of concepts of functions, calculus, vectors and statistics in routine and nonroutine problems
 synthesises information to select and apply techniques in mathematics to solve routine and nonroutine problems
 selects and applies mathematical models to routine and nonroutine problems
 constructs mathematical proofs in a variety of contexts and adapts previously seen mathematical proofs
 uses digital technologies appropriately to graph, display and organise mathematical information to solve a range of routine and nonroutine problems

 demonstrates knowledge of concepts of functions, calculus, vectors and statistics that apply to routine problems
 selects and applies techniques in mathematics to solve routine problems
 applies mathematical models to routine problems
 constructs simple mathematical proofs and adapts previously seen mathematical proofs
 uses digital technologies to graph, display and organise mathematical information to solve routine problems

 demonstrates knowledge of concepts of functions, calculus, vectors and statistics
 uses simple techniques in mathematics in routine problems
 demonstrates familiarity with mathematical models
 reproduces previously seen mathematical proofs
 uses digital technologies to display some mathematical information in routine problems

 demonstrates limited familiarity with simple concepts of functions, calculus, vectors and statistics
 uses simple techniques in a structured context
 demonstrates limited familiarity with mathematical models
 reproduces previously seen simple mathematical proofs
 uses digital technologies for arithmetic calculations and to display limited mathematical information
