## Workplace Math 10

Workplace Mathematics 10 Course Overview

Big Ideas

 Proportional reasoning is used to make senseof multiplicative relationships. 3D objects can be examined mathematically by measuring directly and indirectly length, surface area, and volume. Flexibility with number builds meaning, understanding,and confidence. Representing and analyzing data  allows us to notice and wonder about relationships.

Introduction

This course will prepare you to solve a variety of math problems that may arise in everyday life. You will cultivate an understanding of graphs, trigonometry, unit conversions, surface area and volume, data measurements, probability, and different types of income.

Where does this course fit?

• Pre-requisite: Math 9
• Required to continue to Workplace Math 11, but will not suffice to continue to Foundations of Mathematics 11 or Pre-Calculus 11

Course Materials

• Course materials provided online
• Scientific calculator needed
• Graphing paper needed

Brief Outline

 Unit Description Graphing You will learn how to construct and interpret different types of graphs Unit Conversions You will learn how to convert units such as from imperial to metric units Surface Area & Volume You will learn how to calculate surface area and volume for composite 3D objects Trigonometry You will learn how to find trigonometric ratios and angles in different “right angle triangle” situations to solve problems Central Tendency You will learn how to find and use the mean, mode, median and outlier to interpret data sets Probability You will learn how to find the probability of an event while considering multiple and dependent factors Financial Literacy You will learn how to calculate what your income might be in different situations

Assessment Percentage Breakdown

 Assessment Type Percentage of the Course Assignments 18% Quizzes 22% Project 10% Midterm + Final exam 20% + 30%

You have up to a year to complete your course.