# Numeracy, Mathematics and Statistics

From handling money, to weights and measures, and more recently, in data handling in this digital age, we incorporate numeracy skills into everyday life.

You can get advice to improve your maths and statistics skills. This includes how to:

• understand mathematical language
• apply mathematics and statistics processes
• create and interpret tables and graphs.
• understand the output from statistics software
• understand mathematical and statistical concepts.

## Attend a workshop

We have a rotation of workshop topics available throughout the year, here are a few examples. Login to your Student Portal to browse and register.

## MS Excel Introduction

Build your MS Excel skills. You'll learn how to: use and format cells, create basic formulas, sort data, insert and move columns and rows, filter data and cell referencing.

## Enhancing Numeracy (Part 1 of 3): Basic Arithmetic

Improve your basic math skills for multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and so on. We'll also cover more complex problems like 0.02 x 0.008 and 20 / 0.2.

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## Enhancing Numeracy (Part 2 of 3): Fractions, Percentages, and Decimals

Understand what the numbers mean in a simple fraction. We'll look at simplification and the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You'll also learn how to convert between fractions, decimals and percentages.

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## Enhancing Numeracy (Part 3 of 3): Perimeter, Area, and Volume

Improve your skills for unit conversions for area and volume (such as millimetres to metres) and solving perimeter problems. You'll learn how to understand and apply area, surface area and volume formulas.

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## Enrol in a short subject (Study Link)

We offer short, online subjects that prepare you for success in your degree. Study Link subjects are FREE for all Australian and New Zealand residents, or holders of a permanent visa.

We have introductory, intermediate and advanced subjects. And a 3 part series to prepare teachers.

## Talk to an expert

Book an appointment with one of our Advisers for personalised help to succeed at uni. We’re here when you need us - seven days a week and in the evenings.