- 2004 Graduation Program
- Adult Graduation Program
Foundations of Math or Pre-Calculus 10
NO TEXTBOOK REQUIRED. This is a self-paced course delivered via animated video series. This course is a part of the pathway designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary studies in programs that do require the study of theoretical calculus. Topics covered include: Algebra and Number – absolute value, radicals and radical expressions, rational Expressions (permissible and non-permissible values, operations, simplify); Trigonometry – primary trigonometric ratios, sine law and cosine law; Relations and Functions – polynomial factoring, absolute value graphs, quadratic functions (standard form, general form, characteristics), quadratic equations, systems of linear–quadratic and quadratic-quadratic equations, linear and quadratic inequalities, arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, reciprocal linear and quadratic functions.