Mathematics 10C Honours and Mathematics 20-1 IB (5 credits each)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (Recommend 75% or better)

These 2 courses are intended for students planning to pursue the Mathematics in grade 10 IB Program. It includes the Math 10C curriculum, the Math 20 – 1 curriculum, and additional units in Statistics and Vectors. The 30 level Mathematics IB Course is completed in Grade 11.It is designed for highly motivated students interested in mathematics. Students path into 20-1 IB will be based on a mark in 10CH of at least 70%. These pre-requisites result in a successful and strong Math program.

Mathematics 10C (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (Recommend 65% or better)

Mathematics 10C includes topics needed for both Mathematics 20-1 and Mathematics 20-2. Course topics include Measurement, Trigonometry, Factors and Products, Roots and Powers, Relations and Functions, and Linear Functions.

Mathematics 10-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (Lower than 65%)

This course is for students pursuing many apprenticeship programs. Course Topics include: Measurement (SI and Imperial), Trigonometry, Geometry (Angles, 2D and 3D shapes), Finance (Earning an Income), Logical and Proportional Reasoning.

K & E Math 10-4 and 20-4 (5 credits each)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (As recommended by Gr. 9 teacher/counselor)

The focus of the mathematics in this stream is life skills math and math in the workplace. Some of the math may be directed towards writing the mathematics portion of apprenticeship exams. Completion of this stream will meet requirements for the K&E Certificate of Achievement.

ELL Math Prep

This course is intended for students who are acquiring numeracy skills, or have significant gaps in previous schooling. Topics covered include numeracy, computation with whole numbers, fractions, decimals; ratio, proportion, percent; algebra; graphing, statistics, probability; measurement; geometry and problem solving. An emphasis on learning math vocabulary is also a component. This course is offered with the ELL Literacy classes; one block of class time is devoted to this class.

Mathematics 20-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 10 C (Recommended 70% or better)

This course is intended for students pursing calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Quadratic Functions and Equations, Radical Functions and Equations, Rational Functions and Equations, Absolute Value & Reciprocal Functions, Systems of Quadratic Equations and Inequalities, Trigonometry, and Sequences/Series.

Mathematics 20-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 10 C

This course is intended for students pursuing non-calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Measurement, Inductive and Deductive Reasoning, Geometry, Trigonometry, Radicals, Quadratic Equations and Functions, and Statistics.

Mathematics 20-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 10-3

This course is for students pursuing many apprenticeship programs. Topics include: Finance, Coordinate Geometry, Puzzles and Games, Trigonometry, Statistics, and Measurement.

Mathematics 30-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-1 (Recommended 65% or better)

This course is intended for students pursing calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Trigonometry, Functions, Permutations and Combinations, Composition of Functions, Radical and Rational Functions, Polynomials, and Exponents and Logarithms.

Mathematics 30-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-2 (Recommended 65% or better)

This course is intended for students pursuing non-calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Set Theory, Counting Methods, Probability, Sinusoidal Functions, Rational Functions, Polynomials, and Exponential and Logarithms.

Mathematics 30-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-3

This course is for students pursuing many apprenticeship programs. Topics Include: Buying/Leasing Vehicles, Owning a Home, Measurement, Statistics, Linear Relations, Career Planning, Operating a Small Business, Probability, Polygons, Transformations, and Trigonometry.

Mathematics 30-1 / 31 IB (5 credits each)

Prerequisite: Math 20-1 IB (Recommended 75% or better)

This course covers the Math 30-1 curricula, the Math 31 curricula, as well as units specific to the IB curriculum, i.e. Probability. As well, in Math 30-1 IB, the students are expected to complete a Mathematical Investigation that is unique to the IB curriculum.

Mathematics 31 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-3

Mathematics 31 is generally taken after Mathematics 30 – 1. It emphasizes the theoretical and practical development of topics in the algebra of functions, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus up to a standard acceptable for entry into all first-year programs in mathematics, science and engineering.


Mathematics

Mathematics 10C Honours and Mathematics 20-1 IB (5 credits each)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (Recommend 75% or better)

These 2 courses are intended for students planning to pursue the Mathematics in grade 10 IB Program. It includes the Math 10C curriculum, the Math 20 – 1 curriculum, and additional units in Statistics and Vectors. The 30 level Mathematics IB Course is completed in Grade 11.It is designed for highly motivated students interested in mathematics. Students path into 20-1 IB will be based on a mark in 10CH of at least 70%. These pre-requisites result in a successful and strong Math program.

Mathematics 10C (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (Recommend 65% or better)

Mathematics 10C includes topics needed for both Mathematics 20-1 and Mathematics 20-2. Course topics include Measurement, Trigonometry, Factors and Products, Roots and Powers, Relations and Functions, and Linear Functions.

Mathematics 10-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (Lower than 65%)

This course is for students pursuing many apprenticeship programs. Course Topics include: Measurement (SI and Imperial), Trigonometry, Geometry (Angles, 2D and 3D shapes), Finance (Earning an Income), Logical and Proportional Reasoning.

K & E Math 10-4 and 20-4 (5 credits each)

Prerequisite: Grade Nine Math (As recommended by Gr. 9 teacher/counselor)

The focus of the mathematics in this stream is life skills math and math in the workplace. Some of the math may be directed towards writing the mathematics portion of apprenticeship exams. Completion of this stream will meet requirements for the K&E Certificate of Achievement.

ELL Math Prep

This course is intended for students who are acquiring numeracy skills, or have significant gaps in previous schooling. Topics covered include numeracy, computation with whole numbers, fractions, decimals; ratio, proportion, percent; algebra; graphing, statistics, probability; measurement; geometry and problem solving. An emphasis on learning math vocabulary is also a component. This course is offered with the ELL Literacy classes; one block of class time is devoted to this class.

Mathematics 20-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 10 C (Recommended 70% or better)

This course is intended for students pursing calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Quadratic Functions and Equations, Radical Functions and Equations, Rational Functions and Equations, Absolute Value & Reciprocal Functions, Systems of Quadratic Equations and Inequalities, Trigonometry, and Sequences/Series.

Mathematics 20-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 10 C

This course is intended for students pursuing non-calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Measurement, Inductive and Deductive Reasoning, Geometry, Trigonometry, Radicals, Quadratic Equations and Functions, and Statistics.

Mathematics 20-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 10-3

This course is for students pursuing many apprenticeship programs. Topics include: Finance, Coordinate Geometry, Puzzles and Games, Trigonometry, Statistics, and Measurement.

Mathematics 30-1 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-1 (Recommended 65% or better)

This course is intended for students pursing calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Trigonometry, Functions, Permutations and Combinations, Composition of Functions, Radical and Rational Functions, Polynomials, and Exponents and Logarithms.

Mathematics 30-2 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-2 (Recommended 65% or better)

This course is intended for students pursuing non-calculus based post-secondary education. Topics include: Set Theory, Counting Methods, Probability, Sinusoidal Functions, Rational Functions, Polynomials, and Exponential and Logarithms.

Mathematics 30-3 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-3

This course is for students pursuing many apprenticeship programs. Topics Include: Buying/Leasing Vehicles, Owning a Home, Measurement, Statistics, Linear Relations, Career Planning, Operating a Small Business, Probability, Polygons, Transformations, and Trigonometry.

Mathematics 30-1 / 31 IB (5 credits each)

Prerequisite: Math 20-1 IB (Recommended 75% or better)

This course covers the Math 30-1 curricula, the Math 31 curricula, as well as units specific to the IB curriculum, i.e. Probability. As well, in Math 30-1 IB, the students are expected to complete a Mathematical Investigation that is unique to the IB curriculum.

Mathematics 31 (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Math 20-3

Mathematics 31 is generally taken after Mathematics 30 – 1. It emphasizes the theoretical and practical development of topics in the algebra of functions, trigonometry, differential calculus and integral calculus up to a standard acceptable for entry into all first-year programs in mathematics, science and engineering.