## CALCULUS 12

### CALCULUS 12

COURSE CODE: MCALC12

Pre-requisite: Pre-calculus 12 or Math 12 Honours This course is very useful and highly recommended for students who have strong mathematical ability and who intend to take calculus in their first year at a post-secondary institution. The main topics include: functions, limits, continuity, derivative rules, curve sketching, related rate problems, maximum-minimum problems, integrals and their applications.

## FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS AND PRE-CALCULUS 10

### FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS AND PRE-CALCULUS 10

COURSE CODE: MFMP-10

This option is designed to provide students with the Mathematical understanding and critical-thinking skills identified for post-secondary academic studies at colleges and universities. Topics include prime factorizations and applications, powers involving integral exponents, exponent laws, right triangle trigonometry, polynomials, and coordinate geometry with linear relations and functions, function notation, systems of linear equations, arithmetic sequences and financial literacy. At the end of this course, students are prepared for either Foundations of Mathematics 11 OR Pre-Calculus 11.

## FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS 11

### FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS 11

COURSE CODE: MFOM-11

This course 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 theoretical calculus. This might include the Humanities, Fine Arts, some Trades and Technical programs. The course will include inductive and deductive reasoning, angle relationships, graphical analysis of linear and quadratic functions and systems, trigonometry of right and oblique triangles, optimizations, statistics, financial literacy including investments, loans, credit cards and mortgages. The core and curricular competencies will be addressed throughout the course. Teacher signature is required for placement. Teacher recommendation is required for placement.

## FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS 12

### FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS 12

COURSE CODE: MFOM-12

This course 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 theoretical calculus. This might include the Humanities, Fine Arts, some Trades and Technical programs. The course will involve analyzing graphical representations of polynomial, exponential, logarithm and sinusoidal functions and regression analysis of the same. Other topics include constructions, conics, fractals combinatorics, probability and financial planning. The core and curricular competencies will be addressed throughout the course.

## FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS AND PRE-CALCULUS 10 HONOURS

### FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS AND PRE-CALCULUS 10 HONOURS

COURSE CODE:

MLTST10H

MFMP-10H

This course can be entered from Math 9 or Math 9 Honours. The Foundations of Mathematics 10 curricular content will be explored in depth with specific attention given to reasoning and proof. Learning activities will be structured to provide enrichment beyond the grade 10 curriculum with a focus on enhancing problem-solving and fostering higher levels of thinking. Students are expected to have a very strong work ethic and commitment level. In addition to excellent math skills, students must enjoy challenges and have a passion for solving non- routine problems. Students may also be expected to share their expertise by working in groups and acting as tutors. Students are expected to participate in math contests.

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## MATHEMATICS 9

### MATHEMATICS 9

COURSE CODE: MMA – – 09

This Mathematics program of study is designed to develop deep mathematical understanding and fluency, logical reasoning, analytical thought, and creative thinking. Topics include operations with rational numbers and exponents, polynomials and algebra, linear relations, scale diagrams, probability, statistics and financial literacy. The core and curricular competencies will be addressed throughout the course. At the end of this course, students will be prepared for Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10 or Workplace Mathematics 10.

## MATHEMATICS 9 ADAPTED

### MATHEMATICS 9 ADAPTED

COURSE CODE: MMA – – 09A

This course should only be chosen on the advice of the Counsellor and Mathematics teacher. Only students who have a history of difficulty in mathematics should select this course. Students whose lack of success is due to poor work habits will not be placed in this course. The content is less demanding than Mathematics 9 and content will be adjusted to meet the abilities and needs of individual students. Calculators will be used to develop concepts and aid in computations. Math 9 Adapted students are currently integrated within the regular Mathematics 9 classroom. Selecting this course has implications for post-secondary options.

## MATHEMATICS 9 HONOURS

### MATHEMATICS 9 HONOURS

COURSE CODE: MMA – – 09H

This course will allow students to cover the mathematics 9 curricular content at an accelerated pace so that time can be devoted to enrichment and exploring problem solving at the higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy. This will include preparation and participation in several math contests and Riverside’s Math Challenge Club. Students must enjoy challenges and have a passion for solving non-routine problems. Students will also be expected to share their expertise by acting as tutors. There is an application process for this class, including an assessment.

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## MATHEMATICS 9 SUPPORT

### MATHEMATICS 9 SUPPORT

COURSE CODE: XSPBK09

Taken concurrently with Math 9, this course is intended for students who have been assigned to grade 9, but were not successful in or only marginally passed Mathematics 8. Students also choose this course to maintain higher grades. The intent of the course is to provide extra support so that students can be successful in the regular Math 9 program. The course will be offered in block X on alternate days with an 8 am start time. The course will include pre-teaching of concepts, re-teaching of concepts and using alternate strategies to reinforce concepts. Time will also be devoted to improving organizational skills and homework assistance.

## PRE-CALCULUS 11

### PRE-CALCULUS 11

COURSE CODE: MPREC11

This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into post secondary programs that require the study of theoretical calculus. This might include Mathematics, Sciences, Engineering and Commerce. The course will include roots and powers, radical operations, quadratic functions and equations, rational expressions and equations, oblique triangle trigonometry, financial literacy involving investments, compound interest, loans, credit cards and mortgages. The core and curricular competencies will be addressed throughout the course. Teacher signature is required for placement. Teacher signature is required for placement.

## PRE-CALCULUS 11 HONOURS

### PRE-CALCULUS 11 HONOURS

COURSE CODE: MPREC11H

This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into postsecondary programs that require the study of theoretical calculus. Students are expected to have a very strong work ethic and level of commitment. Students must enjoy challenges and have a passion for problem solving. Some concepts from Math 11 Foundations will also be explored. In addition, students are expected to share their expertise by acting as peer tutors. Student are encouraged to participate in Math Contests.

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## PRE-CALCULUS 12

### PRE-CALCULUS 12

COURSE CODE: MPREC12

This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs that require the study of theoretical calculus. This might include Mathematics, Sciences, Engineering and Commerce. This course will emphasis that:

Understanding the characteristics of families of functions, allows us to model and understand relationships and to build connections between classes of functions.

Transformations of shapes extended to function and relations in all of their representations. Graphs of polynomial, radical, rational, trigonometric, exponential and logarithm functions as well as conics will be analyzed.

Using inverses is the foundation of solving equations and can be extended to relationships between functions. Solving polynomial, rational, radical, trigonometric, exponential, and logarithm equations will be discussed both graphically (with and without technology) and algebraically.

Proving trigonometric identities, evaluating trigonometric functions, exploring geometric sequence & series and using sigma notation will also be included. The core and curricular competencies will be addressed throughout the course.

## WORKPLACE MATHEMATICS 10

### WORKPLACE MATHEMATICS 10

COURSE CODE: MWPM-10

This option is designed to provide students with the Mathematical understanding and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry into the work force. Topics include understanding and applying the metric and imperial systems to the measurement of 2-D and 3-D objects, analyzing and creating graphs, trigonometry, measures of central tendency, experimental probability and the fundamentals of income, spending and debt. All topics are taught within a framework of problem-solving. At the end of this course, students are prepared for Workplace 11, or Foundations-Precalculus 10 with teacher recommendation.

## WORKPLACE MATHEMATICS 11

### WORKPLACE MATHEMATICS 11

COURSE CODE: MWPM-11

This course is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into the majority of trades and for direct entry into the work force. The course will include topics in interpreting surveys and graphs, exploring 3-D objects, analyzing linear relations, rate of change, exploring games of chance and risk-reward ratio, financial literacy including investments, loans and personal budgeting. The core and curricular competencies will be addressed throughout the course.

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