## MATH 11: WORKPLACE

It is recommended that students complete Math 10: Workplace or equivalent.

View the complete Learning Outcomes for this course here: Apprenticeship and Workplace Math 11

Math 11: Workplace provides a practical, contextual focus that encourages students to develop their mathematical knowledge, skills, and attitudes in the context of their lives and possible careers. This course is accepted as a Grade 11 mathematics credit for graduation.

### MODULE 1

UNIT ONE – TRIGONOMETRY (This is covered by your first assignment)

• Lesson 1: Using the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent Ratios
• Lesson 2: Using Right Angle Trigonometry to Solve Problems
• Lesson 3: Using Right Angle Trigonometry to Solve Complex Problems

UNIT TWO: SLOPE

• Lesson 1: Slope and Rate of Change
• Lesson 2: Grade, Angle of Elevation and Depression
• Lesson 3: Slope of a Line

Module 1 test

### MODULE 2

UNIT THREE: REPRESENTING DATA GRAPHICALLY

• Lesson 1: Line Graphs
• Lesson 2: Bar Graphs and Histograms
• Lesson 3: Circle Graphs

UNIT FOUR: SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME

• Lesson 1: Surface Area of Right Prisms
• Lesson 2: Surface Area of Right Cylinders and Right Pyramids
• Lesson 3: Surface Area of Right Cones
• Lesson 4: Surface Area of Spheres
• Lesson 5: Volume of Right Cylinders and Right Pyramids
• Lesson 6: Volume of Right Cones and Spheres

Module 2 test

### MODULE 3

UNIT FIVE: SCALE AND SCALE DRAWINGS

• Lesson 1: Scale Models
• Lesson 2: Two Dimensional Scale Drawing
• Lesson 3: Three Dimensional Scale Drawing

Module 3 test

### MODULE 4

UNIT SIX: FINANCIAL SERVICES INDUSTRY

• Lesson 1: Financial Services
• Lesson 2: Calculating Simple and Compound Interest
• Lesson 3: Credit, Credit Cards, and Finance Charges
• Lesson 4: Payments and Finance Charges on Loans

UNIT SEVEN:  PERSONAL MONEY MANAGEMENT

• Lesson 1: Budgets
• Lesson 2: Personal Budgets
• Lesson 3: Displaying Personal Budgets

Module 4 test

ASSESSMENT

• Unit Assignments (7 total)              40%
• Module Tests (4 total)                     60%

Required Resources: a computer with internet access and headphones/speakers. A calculator.

BC Performance Standards