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(5 credits)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

For students who plan to enter post-secondary programs such as engineering, mathematics, sciences, some business studies, or other programs that require advanced math skills. This course is designed to give you greater proficiency in mathematics and allow you to explore problem-solving techniques, accommodate changing conditions, and becoming mathematically literate.

Math 10C will consist of the following units:

  • Measurement 
  • Trigonometry
  • Radicals 
  • Polynomials 
  • Linear Functions
  • Relations and Functions 
  • Systems of Equations 

REQUIREMENTS:

Note: A grade of 50% or higher in Math 9 is a prerequisite for Math 10C

Computer and internet connection

Gmail account

REGISTRATION                                                           
Course start and finish dates will vary per 1, 3, and 5 credit course. Distance Education staff will work with students to determine course start dates. Students are responsible for course materials. Please note additional costs may be incurred by students for certain courses.

 

(5 credits)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The Mathematics-3 course sequence is designed for students who want to learn the math needed to enter most trades or who want to enter the workforce after high school. The concepts you learn in this course will provide you with the extra understanding and confidence necessary to do well in whichever occupational path you choose.

The topics in this course include money, measurement systems, area, trigonometry, lines, and angles. Many of the topics in this course will be familiar to you because they were introduced in previous math courses

REQUIREMENTS:

Computer and internet connection

Gmail account

REGISTRATION                                                      
Course start and finish dates will vary per 1, 3, and 5 credit course. Distance Education staff will work with students to determine course start dates. Students are responsible for course materials. Please note additional costs may be incurred by students for certain courses.

 

(5 credits)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

For students who plan to enter post-secondary programs such as engineering, mathematics, sciences, some business studies, or other programs that require advanced math skills. Math 20-1 is an academic fast paced and dynamic course. Students will require an approved graphing calculator.

Math 20-1 will consist of the following units: 

  • Series and Sequence
  • Quadratic Functions and Equations 
  • Radical Numbers 
  • Trigonometry
  • Rational Expressions and Equations 
  • Absolute Value and Reciprocal Equations 
  • Systems of Equations and Inequalities

REQUIREMENTS:

Note: A grade of 60% or better in Math 10C is a prerequisite for Math 20-1

Computer and internet connection

Gmail account

REGISTRATION                                                         
Course start and finish dates will vary per 1, 3, and 5 credit course. Distance Education staff will work with students to determine course start dates. Students are responsible for course materials. Please note additional costs may be incurred by students for certain courses.

(5 credits)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Math 20-2 is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for post-secondary studies in programs that do not require the study of calculus. Including arts programs, some engineering and medical technologies (such as nursing), and some apprenticeship programs. Students in this sequence require an approved graphing calculator.

Math 20-2 will consist of the following units: 

  • Radicals
  • Quadratic Relations & Functions 
  • Inductive and Deductive Reasoning 
  • Geometry - Angles, Triangles and Trigonometry
  • Measurement and Proportional Reasoning
  • Statistic

REQUIREMENTS:

Note: A grade of 50% or better in Math 10C is a prerequisite for Math 20-2

Computer and internet connection

Gmail account

REGISTRATION                                                          
Course start and finish dates will vary per 1, 3, and 5 credit course. Distance Education staff will work with students to determine course start dates. Students are responsible for course materials. Please note additional costs may be incurred by students for certain courses.

 

(5 credits)

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION

The goal for Math 20-3 is to prepare students for Math in the trades and general workplace. It’s focus is on solving problems in finance, drawing and design and trigonometry. This course is designed for you to ask the question, "When am I ever going to use this?" Examples and practice questions are focused on using math in real world situations and scenarios. Math 20-3 has three main topics: Personal Finance, Measurement, and Geometry. Algebra, puzzles, statistics, and graphing are used throughout the course.

REQUIREMENTS:

Note: A grade of 50% or better in Math 14 is a prerequisite for Math 20-3

Computer and internet connection

Gmail account

REGISTRATION                                                          
Course start and finish dates will vary per 1, 3, and 5 credit course. Distance Education staff will work with students to determine course start dates. Students are responsible for course materials. Please note additional costs may be incurred by students for certain courses.