Math 3201

Mathematics 3201 is the final course in the Academic Program for High School Mathematics. This program is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs. The Academic Program aims to prepare students to make connections between mathematics and its applications and to become numerate adults, using mathematics to contribute to society.

Unit

Topic and Chapters

Chapters in text

Hours (% of course)

1

Set Theory

1

10 hrs (9%)

2

Counting Methods

2

14 hrs (13%)

3

Probability

3

13 hrs (12%)

4

Rational Expressions and Equations

4

12 hrs (11%)

5

Polynomial Functions

5

11 hrs (10%)

6

Exponential Functions

6

13 hrs (12%)

7

Logarithmic Functions

7

13 hrs (11%)

8

Sinusoidal Functions

8

13 hrs (12%)

9

Financial Mathematics: Borrowing Money

10

11 hrs (10%)

Assessment and Evaluation

Tests

25%

Quizzes

10%

Assignments

5%

Pre-Final Exam

5%

Final Exam (administered by the Dept. of Education)

50%

Other Forms of Assessment

5%