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Mathematics
Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth
 

Senior 3 Consumer Mathematics (30S) Outcomes by Unit

Half Course III
Unit A: Problem Analysis
Unit B: Analysis of Games and Numbers
Unit C: Relations and Formulas
Unit D: Income and Debt
Unit E: Data Analysis and Interpretation

Half Course IV
Unit A: Problem Analysis
Unit B: Analysis of Games and Numbers
Unit C: Measurement Technology
Unit D: Owning and Operating a Vehicle
Unit E: Personal Income Tax
Unit F: Applications of Probability

 

Half Course III

Unit A: Problem Analysis

Develop and use mathematical strategies to solve problems in different situations
Solve problems using a variety of non-algebraic approaches (A-1)

 

 

Unit B: Analysis of Games and Numbers

Develop, use, and justify mathematical strategies by analyzing a variety of puzzles and games; develop an awareness of how numbers are used in society
Demonstrate the use of an appropriate strategy in solving puzzles and playing games involving patterns (B-1)
Be aware of how numbers are used throughout society ( B-2)

 

 

Unit C: Relations and Formulas

Represent and interpret relations in a variety of contexts
Express a linear relation of the form
  • in words
  • as a formula
  • with a table of values
  • as a graph (C-1)
Interpolate within and extrapolate values from the graph of a linear relation (C-2)
Determine the slope of a linear relation and describe it in words (C-3)
Express a linear relation of the form
  • in words
  • as a formula
  • with a table of values
  • as a graph (C-4)
Interpret the graph of a relation and describe it in words (C-5)
Construct a graph of a relation from its description in words (C-6)
Evaluate formulas (C-7)

 

 

Unit D: Income and Debt

Demonstrate an awareness of selected forms of personal income and debt
Solve problems involving performance-based income (D-1)
Use simple and compound interest calculations to solve problems (D-2)
Solve problems involving credit-card buying (D-3)

Solve problems involving personal loans (D-4)

 

Unit E: Data Analysis and Interpretation

Analyze data with a focus on the validity of their presentation and the inferences made
Display and analyze data on a line plot (E-1)
Use measures of central tendency to support decisions (E-2)
Manipulate the presentation of data to represent a point of view (E-3)

 

Half Course IV

Unit A: Problem Analysis

Develop and use mathematical strategies to solve problems in different situations
Solve problems using a variety of non-algebraic approaches (A-1)

 

 

Unit B: Analysis of Games and Numbers

Develop, use, and justify mathematical strategies by analyzing a variety of puzzles and games; develop an awareness of how numbers are used in society
Demonstrate the use of an appropriate strategy in solving puzzles and playing games involving patterns (B-1)
Be aware of how numbers are used throughout society (B-2)

 

 

Unit C: Measurement Technology

Determine linear measurements in metric and Imperial systems using different measuring devices
Develop linear estimation skills for at least two systems of measurement (C-1)
Use various measuring devices to obtain linear measurements in both Imperial and SI systems (C-2)
Perform basic conversions within both the Imperial and SI systems (C-3)
Use measurement strategies to solve problems (C-4)

 

 

Unit D: Owning and Operating a Vehicle

Analyze the cost of operating a vehicle
Describe the methods of acquiring a vehicle (D-1)
Solve problems involving the purchase and operation of a vehicle (D-2)

 

 

Unit E: Personal Income Tax

Prepare a simple income tax form
Prepare an income tax form for an individual who is single, employed, and without dependents (E-1)

 

 

Unit F: Applications of Probability

Demonstrate the application of probability in real-world situations
Express probabilities as ratios, fractions, decimals, percents, and in words (F-1)
Use probability to predict the result in a given situation (F-2)
Determine the odds for and against a particular event occurring (F-3)
Analyze a sample interdisciplinary relationship between probability and a scientific model (F-4)
Use probabilities to calculate expected gains and losses (F-5)
Communicate and justify solutions to probability problems (F-6)