# CIMP Mathematics of Data Management Tuition

Learn mathematics of data management with CIMP tuition from TigerCampus Hong Kong.

## Overview

### Customised curriculum

Choose one or more subjects, and we'll find a tutor who can make sure you're prepared.

### Flexible

Take lessons only when you need them—as little or as many as necessary until you feel confident.

### Private lesson

No need to accommodate other students. Learning is customised your perfect pace and difficulty so you are always improving.

## CIMP Mathematics of Data Management in Hong Kong

TigerCampus Hong Kong offers CIMP Mathematics of Data Management Tuition to help you understand and apply data management concepts.

Elementary mathematics is a required topic at the Standard and Form levels, and maths tutoring professionals in Hong Kong may help students develop an interest in the subject from an early age.

## Description

Our CIMP Mathematics of Data Management Tuition is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of data management principles. Our experienced tutors will guide you through the topics, such as data analysis, data modelling, data storage and retrieval, and more. The course also includes hands-on activities and projects to help you strengthen your understanding of data management concepts.

Check out our available syllabuses below and request a free trial today!

## Benefits

### Our available maths tuition syllabuses

##### Year 1
1. Number, algebra, statistics and geometry
2. Number, algebra and graphs
3. Mensuration, probability and statistics
4. Trigonometry, geometry and statistics
5. Algebra and graphs
6. Geometry and vectors
##### Year 2
1. Number, algebra, graphs and geometry
2. Number, probability, algebra, geometry and trigonometry
3. Algebra and graphs
4. Trigonometry, vectors, geometry, statistics, algebra and graph
##### Year 1
1. Functions
3. Indices, surds and polynomials
4. Simultaneous equations
5. Logarithms and exponential functions
6. Straight line graphs and vectors
7. Permutations, combinations and series
##### Year 2
1. Permutations, combinations and series (continued)
2. Trigonometry
3. Differentiation
4. Integration
##### Form 4
1. Number systems
2. Equations of straight lines
3. Quadratic equations in one unknown
4. Functions and graphs
5. Exponential and logarithmic functions
6. Rational functions
7. Properties of circles
8. Polynomials
9. Trigonometry
##### Form 5
1. Variations
2. Equations
3. Inequalities
4. Graphs of functions
5. Permutation and combination
6. Probability
7. Equations of circles and locus
8. Solving triangles
9. Applications in trigonometry
10. Measures of dispersion

##### Form 6
1. Arithmetic and geometric sequences
2. Linear inequalities in two unknowns
3. Linear programming
4. Uses and abuses of statistics
##### Pure Mathematics 1 (Paper 1)
2. Functions
3. Coordinate geometry
4. Circular measure
5. Trigonometry
6. Series
7. Differentiation
8. Integration

##### Pure Mathematics 2 (Paper 2)
1. Algebra
2. Logarithmic and exponential functions
3. Trigonometry
4. Differentiation
5. Integration
6. Numerical solution of equations

##### Pure Mathematics 3 (Paper 3)
1. Algebra
2. Logarithmic and exponential functions
3. Trigonometry
4. Differentiation
5. Integration
6. Numerical solution of equations
7. Vectors
8. Differential equations
9. Complex numbers

##### Mechanics
1. Forces & equilibrium
2. Kinematics of motion in a straight line
3. Momentum
4. Newton’s laws of motion
5. Energy, work and power

##### Probability & Statistics 1
1. Representation of data
2. Permutations and combinations
3. Probability
4. Discrete random variables
5. The normal distribution

##### Probability & Statistics 2
1. The Poisson distribution
2. Linear combinations of random variables
3. Continuous random variables
4. Sampling and estimation
5. Hypothesis tests
##### Further Pure Mathematics 1
1. Roots of polynomial equations
2. Rational functions and graphs
3. Summation of series
4. Matrices
5. Polar coordinates
6. Vectors
7. Proof by induction

##### Further Pure Mathematics 2
1. Hyperbolic functions
2. Matrices
3. Differentiation
4. Integration
5. Complex numbers
6. Differential equations

##### Further Mechanics
1. Motion of a projectile
2. Equilibrium of a rigid body
3. Circular motion
4. Hooke’s law
5. Linear motion under a variable force
6. Momentum

##### Further Probability & Statistics
1. Continuous random variables
2. Inference using normal and t-distributions
3. χ² tests
4. Non-parametric tests
5. Probability generating functions
##### Analysis and Approaches (SL)
1. Number & Algebra
2. Functions
3. Geometry & Trigonometry
4. Probability & Statistics
5. Calculus
6. Toolkit & Exploration

##### Applications and Interpretation (SL)
1. Number & Algebra
2. Functions
3. Geometry & Trigonometry
4. Probability & Statistics
5. Calculus
6. Toolkit & Exploration
##### Analysis and Approaches (HL)
1. Number & Algebra
2. Functions
3. Geometry & Trigonometry
4. Probability & Statistics
5. Calculus
6. Toolkit & Exploration

##### Applications and Interpretation (HL)
1. Number & Algebra
2. Functions
3. Geometry & Trigonometry
4. Probability & Statistics
5. Calculus
6. Toolkit & Exploration

## How it works

### 1Request a tutor

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### 2Match with a tutor

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### 3Start a free trial

Experience a free trial lesson with your new tutor and see if your learning style matches.

### 4Keep it up!

If everything went well, sign up to keep going! You can choose the pacing of the lessons

### 1Request a tutor

Let us know your goals and age range. We'll figure out a plan to help get you there.

### 2Match with a tutor

You'll get a tutor based on your needs and goals, or you can request a specific tutor.

### 3Start a free trial

Experience a free trial lesson with your new tutor and see if your learning style matches.

### 4Keep it up!

If everything went well, sign up to keep going! You can choose the pacing of the lessons