Mathematics
Which Math is Best for You?
Students going into Grade 10: To achieve success in a Mathematics course it is very important to have the appropriate foundation. The Mathematics Department has agreed to make the following recommendations: 1. Only those students having a mark greater than 50% in Math 9 should attempt Math 10C 2. Students receiving a mark less than 50% in Math 9 register in Math 103. 4. Students that have completed Modified Math 9 should register in Math 103. 



MATHEMATICS 10C (5 credits) Course request 131 
This course is intended for those students planning to complete Math 301 for post secondary programs with an emphasis in math and science; or Math 302 students attending post secondary programs or technical schools after high school. Topics include measurement, trigonometry, polynomials, systems of equations and other algebraic topics. Recommended Mathematics 9 mark of at least 50%. 


MATHEMATICS 103 (5 credits) Course request 132 
This course focuses on basic mathematical understandings. Emphasis is on improvement in basic skill levels. Subjects studied are ratio and proportion, geometry, measurement, statistics and probability, algebra, and graphing. Applications to practical circumstances are a priority. Recommended Mathematics 9 mark less than 50% or student of modified Mathematics 9 program 
Mathematics 1 if I want to study mathematics or sciences at a university, college, or technical institute and go on to a related career.is for students who plan to enter postsecondary programs such as engineering, mathematics, sciences, some business studies, or other programs that require advanced math skills. The sequence is a corequisite for mathematics 31 and may be required for postsecondary calculus courses.includes topics such as permutations and combinations, relations and functions, sequences and series, and trigonometry.
Mathematics 2 – if I want to attend a university or college, or technical institute after high school, but do not need calculus skills. – is for students wishing to study at the postsecondary level in diverse fields, including arts programs, civil engineering technology, medical technologies, and some apprenticeship programs. This path will fulfill most students’ needs.is designed with a great deal of flexibility, so that the student can switch sequences in Grade 11 or Grade 12 if his or her interests change. includes topics such as relations, functions and equations, probability, statistics, and trigonometry.
Mathematics 3 – if I am interested in learning the mathematics needed to enter most trades or if I want to enter the workforce after high school. – is for students who want to apprentice to a trade or enter the workforce directly after high school. It is designed to meet the entrance requirements of apprentices in most trades programs, specifically levels one to three.– includes topics such as finance, geometry, measurement, and trigonometry.
MATHEMATICS 201 (5 credits) Course request 229 
Topics include: Real Numbers, Algebra, Trigonometry, Relations and Functions. Prerequisite: A mark above 60% in Math 10C, is STRONGLY recommended. 


MATHEMATICS 202 (5 credits) Course request 230

Topics include: Measurement, Geometry, Numbers and Logic, Statistics, Relations and Functions. Prerequisite: A mark above 50% in Math 10C 


MATHEMATICS 203 (5 credits) Course request 231 
Topics include: Measurement, Geometry, Number theory, Statistics, and Algebra. Prerequisite: A mark of 50% in Math 103or above 40% in Math 10C 


MATHEMATICS 301 (5 credits) Course request 322

Trigonometric equations and identities, transformations, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, sequence and series, statistics, polynomial functions, permutations, combinations, and the binomial theorem are studied. Prerequisite: A mark of 50% in Math 201 or Math 302. A mark of above 60% is recommended 


MATHEMATICS 302 (5 credits) Course request 321 
Topics include matrices, statistics, finance, recursive patterns, vectors and design. Prerequisite: A mark of 50% in Math 201 or 202 


MATHEMATICS 31 (5 credits) Course request 323

This is a calculus course for students who are very competent in mathematics and are planning to enter disciplines that are mathematics oriented (e.g. engineering, physics, economics). Prerequisite: A mark of 65% + in Math 201 is recommended. Mathematics 301 must completed or the student must be taking Math 301 concurrently with Mathematics 31 