Mathematics

 

Mathematics 1204

This course is intended for all students who plan to do academic or advanced mathematics at level II. Mathematics 1204 is designed to accommodate the majority of students coming from the intermediate mathematics program. Success in Mathematics 1204 is unlikely if a student has not successfully completed Grade 9 mathematics. However, it is important that decisions regarding placement in courses be done by looking at individual student profiles as opposed to establishing arbitrary cut off grades.  Topics: Data management, networks and matrices, patterns, relations, equations and predictions, modeling functional relationships, right triangle trigonometry, the geometry of packaging, and linear programming.

Note: Credit may NOT be obtained for Mathematics 1204 if a student has obtained credit for Mathematics 1300 or Advanced Mathematics 1201.

 

Teacher:  Dorothy Perry

 

Mathematics 2204

Success in Mathematics 2204 is dependent upon knowledge and skills obtained in Mathematics 1204. This is the second course in the Mathematics 1204/2204/3204 sequence. This course covers the same topics as Mathematics 2205, the main difference being the depth of treatment. Mathematics 2204 and 3204 can be done in either order to accommodate flexibility in delivery of programs in small schools.  Topics: Equations in 3-space, sinusoidal functions, trigonometric equations, statistics, trigonometry and its applications, and an independent study unit.

Note: Credit may NOT be obtained for Mathematics 2204

AFTER obtaining credit for Mathematics 2205.

 

Teacher:  Dorothy Perry

 

Mathematics 3204

Success in Mathematics 3204 is dependent upon knowledge and skills obtained in Mathematics 1204. This is the third course in the Mathematics 1204/2204/3204 sequence. It covers the same topics as Mathematics 3205, the main difference being depth of treatment. Mathematics 3204 and 2204 can be offered in either order to accommodate flexibility in delivery of programs in small schools.

Topics: Quadratics, exponential and logarithmic functions, circle geometry, rate of change, and probability.

Note: Credit may NOT be obtained for Mathematics 3204

AFTER obtaining credit for Mathematics 3205.

 

Teacher: Dorothy Perry

 

Mathematics 3103

Students may do this course concurrently with Mathematics 2204/2205 or Mathematics 3204/3205. The course is designed for academic mathematics students who have plans for postsecondary which involves the study of mathematics. There is some overlap between Mathematics 3207 and Mathematics 3103 and normally students would choose one or the other.

Topics: Number concepts and skills, polynomial equations, algebraic expressions, and rearranging formulas, functions, compositions, and inverses.

Note: This course is dependent on a variety of recommended resources which have already been supplied to schools for other implementations. The curriculum guide also suggests a variety of websites where additional support materials can be found.

 

Teacher: Dorothy Perry

 

Mathematics 3206

Success in Mathematics 3206 is dependent upon knowledge and skills obtained in Mathematics 1206. Topics: Patterns, quadratics, exponential growth, circle geometry, and probability.

 

Teacher: Dorothy Perry

 

Mathematics 3207

It is strongly recommended that students complete Mathematics 2204 or 2205 as well as Mathematics 3204 or 3205 before Mathematics 3207. Students can do Mathematics 3207 concurrently with one of the previously listed courses. This is the fourth course in the Advanced Mathematics Program and contains essential algebra for success in post-secondary mathematics.  Topics: Sequences and series, functions, trigonometry, and complex numbers.

 

Teacher: CDLI