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SELECTING MATH
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T.L. Kennedy S. S.
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Grade 11 University
Functions (MCR3U0)
Grade 9
Academic Math
(MPM1D0)
Grade 10 Academic
Math (MPM2D0)
Grade 9
Applied Math
(MFM1P0)
Grade 10
Applied Math
(MFM2P0)
Grade 11
University/College
Functions &
Applications (MCF3M0)
Grade 11 Foundations
for College (MBF3C0)
Grade 9
English Language
Learner Math (MFM1PL)
Grade 9
Locally Developed
Math (MAT1L0)
Grade 10
Locally Developed
Math (MAT2L0)
Grade 11
Math for Work and
Everyday Life (MEL3E0)
Grade 12 University
Data Management
(MDM4U0)
Grade 12 University
Advanced Functions
(MHF4U0)
Grade 12
University Calculus &
Vectors (MCV4U0)
Grade 12 Math for
College Technology
(MCT4C0)
Grade 12
Foundations for College
(MAP4C0)
Grade 9 Academic Math(MPM1D0)
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In this course, you learn about Number Sense and Algebra,
Linear Relationships, Analytical Geometry, and
Measurement.
We help you develop generalizations of mathematical ideas
and methods through the exploration of applications, the
effective use of technology, and abstract reasoning
With this course, you can go onto grade 10 academic math
or grade 10 applied math
Academic courses have more emphasis on theory and
learning details and facts but still include hands on activities.
Academic courses are required for University courses in
grade 11.
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Grade 9 Applied Math (MFM1P0)
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In this course, you learn about Number Sense, Linear
Relationships, Measurement and Geometry .
We help you develop an understanding of mathematical
concepts related to introductory algebra, proportional
reasoning, and measurement and geometry through
investigation, the effective use of technology, and hands-on
activities.
With this course, you can go onto grade 10 grade 10
applied math.
Applied courses have more emphasis on practical activities
with less emphasis on theory. With applied courses, you
typically take college level courses in grade 11.
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Grade 9 Applied Math for English
Language Learners (MFM1PL)
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In this course, you learn Number Sense and Algebra, Linear
Relationship, Measurement and Geometry .
We develop an understanding of mathematical concepts related
to basic algebra, proportional reasoning, and measurement and
geometry through investigation, and hands-on activities. You will
investigate real-life examples to develop various representations of
linear relations, and will determine the connections between the
representations .
With this course, you can go onto grade 10 applied math.
Applied courses have more emphasis on practical activities with less
emphasis on theory. With applied courses, you typically take college
level courses in grade 11 or grade 11 essential math .
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Grade 9 Locally Developed Math
(MAT1L0)
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In this course, you learn about dealing with money,
concepts in measurement and proportional
reasoning.
We help you develop strategies to understand math
in everyday life and it's application through use of
problem solving skills, effective technology and
making connections.
With this course, you can go onto grade 10 applied
math or locally developed grade 10 math
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Grade 10 Academic Math (MPM2D0)
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In this course, you learn aboutQuadratic Realtions, Analytic
Geometry, and Trigonometry.
We enhance the understanding of relations, extend their skills in
multi-step problem solving, and continue to develop their abilities in
abstract reasoning. We investigates quadratic functions and their
applications; solve and apply linear systems; solve multi-step
problems in analytic geometry to verify properties of geometric
figures; investigate the trigonometry of right and acute triangles.
With this course, you can go onto grade 11 University Functions. It is
recommended that you have an average of 60% to continue in the
University level math courses.
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Grade 10 Applied Math (MFM2P0)
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In this course, you learn about: Measurement and
Trigonometry, Linear Relationships, and
QuadraticRelationships .
We consolidate understanding of key mathematical
concepts through hands-on activities and extend
problem-solving experiences in a variety of
applications
With this course, you can go onto grade 11
Foundations and Applications; Foundations for
College; and Math for Work and Everyday Life.
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Grade 10 Locally Developed Math (MAT2L0)
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In this course, you learn about: Patterns and
Relationships, Measurement, Geometry and
Proportionality.
We help you develop strategies to understand math
in everyday life and it's application through use of
problem solving skills, effective technology and
making connections.
With this course, you can go ontoGrade 11
Mathematics for Work and Everyday Life.
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Grade 11 University Functions (MCR3U0)
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In this course, you learn about: Characteristic of
Functions, Exponential Functions, Discrete and
Trigonometric Functions.
We introduce the mathematical concepts of the function
by extending students' experiences with linear and
quadratic relations learned in Grade 10.
With this course, you can go onto grade 12 University
Data Management; Advanced Functions; and Calculus
and Vectors. It is recommended that you have an
average of 60% to continue in grade 12 University
math courses.
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Grade 11 University/College Functions and
Applications (MCF3M0)
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In this course, you learn about Quadratic, Exponential, and
Trigonometric Functions.
We introduce basic features of the function by extending
students’ experiences with quadratic relations. It focuses on
quadratic, trigonometric and exponential functions and their
use in modeling real-world situations. You will represent
functions numerically, graphically and algebraically. You will
reason mathematically and communicate their thinking gas
they solve multi-step problems.
With this course, you can go onto grade 12 University Data
Management; grade 12 math for College Technology.
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Grade 11 Foundations for College Math
(MBF3C0)
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In this course, you learn about: Mathematical
Models, Personal Finance, Geometry, Trigonometry,
as well as Data Management
This course enables students to broaden their
understanding of mathematics as a problem solving
tool in the real world.
With this course, you can go onto grade 12
Foundations for College Math.
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Grade 11 Math for Work and Everyday
Life (MEL3M0)
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In this course, you learn aboutearning and purchasing;
saving, investing, and borrowing; transportation and
travelling costs.
We enhance your understanding of mathematics as it is
applied in the workplace and daily life.You will solve
problems associated with earning money, paying taxes,
and making purchases; apply calculations of simple and
compound interest in saving, investing, and borrowing;
and calculate the costs of transportation and travel in a
variety of situations.
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Grade 12 University Data Management
(MDM4U0)
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In this course, you learn about: Counting and
Probability, Probability Distributions, and Organization
of Data for Analysis.
We broaden students’ understanding of mathematics as
it relates to managing data. Students are expected to
carry out a culminating project that is worth 10% of
their final mark.
Students planning to pursue university programs in
business, the social sciences, or the humanities will find
this course of particular interest.
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Grade 12 University Advanced Functions
(MHF4U0)
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In this course, you learn about functions and charactersitics
of polynomial, rational, trigonometry, logarithm and
exponential.
We investigate the properties of polynomial, rational,
logarithmic and trigonometric functions;
broaden understanding of rates of change; and develop
facility in applying these concepts and skills.
This course is intended both for students who plan to study
mathematics in university and for those wishing to
consolidate their understanding of mathematics before
proceeding to any one of a variety of university programs.
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Grade 12 University Calculus and Vectors
(MCV4U0)
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In this course, you learn about rates of change, derivatives
and applications, geometry and algebra of vectors.
We develop an understanding of mathematical concepts
related to introductory algebra, proportional reasoning, and
measurement and geometry through investigation, the
effective use of technology, and hands-on activities.You will
also explore certain relationships that emerge from the
measurement of three-dimensional figures and twodimensional shapes.
This course is required for many science, math, engineering
and technology University Degrees.
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Grade 12 Math for College Technology
(MCT4C0)
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In this course, you learn about polynomial, exponential, and
trigometric functions, and applications of geometry.
We do extend students' knowledge of functions. Students
will investigate and apply properties of polynomial,
exponential, and trigonometric functions; continue to
represent functions numerically, graphically, and
algebraically; develop facility in simplifying expressions
and solving equations; and solve problems that address
applications of algebra, trigonometry, vectors, and
geometry.
This course prepares students for a variety of college
technology programs
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Grade 12 Foundations for College Math
(MAP4C0)
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In this course, you learn about Mathematical Models, Personal
Finance, Geometry and Trigonometry and Data Management
We develop students’ understanding of real-world applications of
mathematics. Students will analyze data using statistical methods;
solve problems involving the application of geometry and
trigonometry; simplify expressions; and solve equations. Students
will reason mathematically and communicate their thinking as they
solve multi-step problems.
This course prepares students for college programs in areas such as
business, health sciences and human services, and for certain skilled
trades.
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