Learning Outcomes:

Operations with Real Numbers
It is expected that learners should be able to:
add, subtract, multiply and divide rational numbers;evaluate powers with rational bases and integer exponents;demonstrate the order of operations with rational numbers;evaluate radicals and distinguish between exact answers and approximate answers;write numbers in scientific notation, convert from scientific notation to decimal notation, and multiply and divide numbers expressed in scientific notation; anduse a scientific calculator.
First Degree Equations and Inequalities
It is expected that learners should be able to:
solve first degree equations, in one variable, including those involving parentheses;solve formulas for a given variable;solve first degree inequalities in one variable; andsolve practical problems using a first degree equation.
Equations and Their Graphs
It is expected that learners should be able to:
plot points on a coordinate system;use number pairs to name points on the coordinate system; anddetermine whether a given point is a solution to an equation in two variables.(Optional) create an appropriate table of values and recognize the graph of the following relations:
 y =ax+ b (linear);
 y = ax2+ bx+ c (quadratic);
 y = a/x (reciprocal);
 y = a(bx)1/2 (square root); and
 y =a(bx) (exponential) where a, b, and c are real numbers.
Optional) given the graph of an equation, determine, where appropriate, the following:
 x and yintercepts; and
 vertex and slope.
Optional Learning Outcomes
Learners must complete a minimum of three of the following:
Consumer Mathematics
It is expected that learners should be able to:
solve consumer problems involving unit prices, wages earned in various situations, taxation simple and compound problems, and exchange rates;reconcile financial statements; solve budget problems; and solve investment and credit problems involving interest.
Finance
It is expected that learners should be able to:
solve problems involving compound interest;find the effective interest rate;solve annuity problems;solve loan and mortgage problems; anddetermine the finance charge on a loan.
Data Analysis
It is expected that learners should be able to:
determine the mean, median, mode and range from a set of data;interpret and/or construct frequency tables, broken line graphs, bar graphs, and stemplots from a set of data;(optional) find quartiles and the percentile represented by a given data value;>(optional) calculate the standard deviation of a set of data using appropriate technology;(optional) use zscores to analyze normally distributed data; anddesign a statistical experiment, collect the data, analyze and communicate the results.
Measurement
It is expected that learners should be able to:
solve problems involving composite shapes and solids, with reference to perimeter, area, volume and surface area;calculate maximum and minimum values, using tolerances, for lengths, areas and volumes; andenlarge or reduce a dimensional object according to a specified scale.
Geometry
It is expected that learners should be able to:
use any of the following angle properties to determine an angle in a drawing:
 vertically opposite angles;
 corresponding angles, alternate interior angles, and angles on the same side of the transversal;
 angles on a line;
 angles on a point;
 complementary and supplementary angles; and
 angle sum of a triangle.
Classify triangles and quadrilaterals according to their sides and angles.
Draw triangles given:
 three sides;
 two sides and an included angle; and
 two angles and a side.
Draw quadrilaterals given various combinations of sides, angles, and diagonals.
Trigonometry
It is expected that learners should be able to:
solve right triangles using one or more of:
 the sine ratio;
 the cosine ratio;
 the tangent ratio;
 the Pythagorean theorem; and
 the angle sum property of triangles.
Optional) solve triangles using the Law of Sines and/or the Law of Cosines (excluding the ambiguous case).
Systems of Equations
It is expected that learners should be able to:
solve systems of linear equations in two variables graphically and/or algebraically;graph linear inequalities in two variables;solve graphically, systems of linear inequalities; andsolve practical problems.
Trades Option
It is expected that learners should be able to solve applied problems (as related to a specific trade) using:
algebra;geometry;right triangle trigonometry;ratio and proportion; andpercentages.
Health Option
It is expected that learners should be able to solve applied problems (as related to the health field) using:
ratio and proportion;unit conversion; andpercentages.
