The Workplace and Apprenticeship Mathematics pathway focuses the application of mathematical concepts and skills to real-world contexts, enabling learners to make connections between school mathematics and the workplace. This course may be suitable for learners who plan to enter a trade, pursue post-secondary studies at a college, or enter the workforce directly after graduation from high school.
Topics in this course include logical reasoning, measurements, sine and cosine law, geometry, small business, linear relations, measures of central tendency, percentiles, and probability.
E-text: MathWorks 30 - Pacific Educational Press
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