Math 3202

Mathematics 3202 is the final course in the Applied Program for High School Mathematics. This program is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical-thinking skills identified for entry into some post-secondary programs (most trades and some technical programs) or direct entry into the workforce. Students should consult with their Mathematics Teacher and/or Guidance Counselor regarding the specific post-secondary programs in which they would be qualified to enroll upon completion of the Applied Program.

Unit

Topic and Chapters

Chapters in text

Hours (% of course)

1

Measurement and Probability

1

16 hrs (15%)

2

Working with Data

2

13 hrs (12%)

3

Linear Relationships

3

18 hrs (16%)

4

Financial Decisions

4

22 hrs (20%)

5

Properties of Figures

5

16 hrs (15%)

6

Transformations

6

15 hrs (13%)

7

Trigonometry

7

10 hrs (9%)

Assessment and Evaluation

Tests

40%

Quizzes

10%

Assignments

25%

Other Forms of Assessment

25%