Math 2200

Advanced Mathematics 2200 is the second course in the Academic/Advanced Program for High School Mathematics. This 2-credit course is a pre-requisite course for Mathematics 3200 (Advanced) and Mathematics 3208 (Introduction to Calculus). This program is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into post-secondary programs. Students who complete the advanced program will be better prepared for programs that require the study of calculus. Both the Academic and Advanced programs aim 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

Chapter in text

Hours (% of course)

1

Sequences and Series

1

13 hrs (12%)

2

Trigonometry

2

14 hrs (13%)

3

Quadratic Functions

3

12 hrs (11%)

4

Quadratic Equations

4

14 hrs (13%)

5

Radical Expressions and Equations

5

13 hrs (12%)

6

Rational Expressions and Equations

6

12 hrs (11%)

7

Absolute Value and Reciprocal Functions

7

16 hrs (14%)

8

Systems of Equations

8

8 hrs (7%)

9

Linear and Quadratic Inequalities

9

8 hrs (7%)

Assessment and Evaluation

Tests

30%

Quizzes

15%

Assignments

10%

Pre-Final Exam

5%

Final Exam

35%

Other Forms of Assessment

5%