Math Foundations 4 (Pre-Algebra)

  • A review of critical and core basic math skills

This course is designed to provide an opportunity for further study in the area of Cell Theory, Molecular Biology, and Human Biology.

It is intended as an academic science course.

Curriculum revision: 2019

Math Foundations 5 (Algebra)

Basic Arithmetic and Operations: Review of fundamental arithmetic operations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It focuses on developing fluency in these operations, which are foundational for more advanced mathematical concepts.

Rational Numbers and Their Properties Develop an understanding of rational numbers, which include integers, fractions, and decimals. It involves studying their properties, operations involving rational numbers, and their applications in various contexts.

Exponents and PowersFocuses on the concept of exponents and powers. It includes understanding the laws of exponents, performing operations with powers, and applying these concepts in different mathematical scenarios.

Algebraic Expressions and Polynomials: Dealing with polynomials, including their formation, classification, and operations. It covers skills such as adding, subtracting, multiplying polynomials, and understanding the structure of algebraic expressions.

Algebraic Techniques and FactoringCentred around the concept of factoring algebraic expressions. It includes various methods of factoring, such as factoring by grouping, using special products, and applying these techniques to solve equations.

Linear Relationships and Graphing:  The study of linear relations, including understanding linear equations and inequalities, graphing linear relations, and interpreting the meaning of slopes and y-intercepts in various contexts.