Foundations of Mathematics 20 introduces different types of reasoning and expands a learner's understanding of statistics.
Learners will study properties of angles and triangles and will learn to solve oblique triangles. Learners will also look at systems of linear inequalities and quadratic equations.
Studying math improves logical reasoning, abstract thinking and reasoning, critical thinking, and system manipulation; these skills are often required by and ensure success in post-secondary institutions.
Inductive and Deductive Reasoning
Properties of Angles and Triangles
Acute Triangle Trigonometry
Oblique Triangle Trigonometry
Systems of Linear Inequalities
Sun West DLC provides required items to be successful in your course.
E-text: Foundations of Mathematics 11- Canavan-McGrath, et al.
Students need to have the following for this course. You will need to supply these items.
TI-83 graphing calculator or Smart device capable of installing apps
This course requires a midterm and a final exam to be supervised by a proctorLearn More