This course is intended for students who are considering further study in higher-level mathematics. A preparation course for Pre-Calculus 30 and Calculus 30, Learners will refine the mathematical understanding and critical thinking skills required by post-secondary programs that further dive into theoretical calculus. Learners are equipped with a high level understanding of absolute value, radicals, trigonometry, rational expressions and equations, factoring, quadratic functions, quadratic equations, linear and quadratic inequalities, sequences and series, and reciprocal functions.
Units of Study
- Sequences and Series
- Quadratic Functions and Equations
- Radical Expressions and Equations
- Rational Expression and Equations
- Absolute Value Functions and Reciprocal Functions
- Systems of Equations
- Linear and Quadratic Inequalities
DLC Supplied Resources
E-text: Pre-Calculus 11, McAskill, et al.
Graphing technology (apps and online sources suggested in the course)
Suggested Career Pathways
- Financial Analyst
- Stock Broker
- Computer Programmer