Workplace Mathematics 10 prepares students to solve problems, communicate and reason mathematically, make connections between mathematics and its applications, become mathematically literate, appreciate and value mathematics, and make informed decisions as contributors to society. Topics to be covered include: gross and net pay, measurement and unit conversions, trigonometry, graphing, probability and determining trends in data.

4 credits

Prerequisites:

MA9. Scientific calculators are required.

- Teacher: Jennifer Artibise