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
Develop and use mathematical strategies to solve problems in different situations 
Solve problems using a variety of nonalgebraic approaches (A1) 
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 (B1) 
Be aware of how numbers are used throughout society ( B2) 
Represent and interpret relations in a variety of contexts 
Express a linear relation of the form

Interpolate within and extrapolate values from the graph of a linear relation (C2) 
Determine the slope of a linear relation and describe it in words (C3) 
Express a linear relation of the form

Interpret the graph of a relation and describe it in words (C5) 
Construct a graph of a relation from its description in words (C6) 
Evaluate formulas (C7) 
Demonstrate an awareness of selected forms of personal income and debt 
Solve problems involving performancebased income (D1) 
Use simple and compound interest calculations to solve problems (D2) 
Solve problems involving creditcard buying (D3) 
Solve problems involving personal loans (D4) 
Analyze data with a focus on the validity of their presentation and the inferences made 
Display and analyze data on a line plot (E1) 
Use measures of central tendency to support decisions (E2) 
Manipulate the presentation of data to represent a point of view (E3) 
Develop and use mathematical strategies to solve problems in different situations 
Solve problems using a variety of nonalgebraic approaches (A1) 
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 (B1) 
Be aware of how numbers are used throughout society (B2) 
Determine linear measurements in metric and Imperial systems using different measuring devices 
Develop linear estimation skills for at least two systems of measurement (C1) 
Use various measuring devices to obtain linear measurements in both Imperial and SI systems (C2) 
Perform basic conversions within both the Imperial and SI systems (C3) 
Use measurement strategies to solve problems (C4) 
Analyze the cost of operating a vehicle 
Describe the methods of acquiring a vehicle (D1) 
Solve problems involving the purchase and operation of a vehicle (D2) 
Prepare a simple income tax form 
Prepare an income tax form for an individual who is single, employed, and without dependents (E1) 
Demonstrate the application of probability in realworld situations 
Express probabilities as ratios, fractions, decimals, percents, and in words (F1) 
Use probability to predict the result in a given situation (F2) 
Determine the odds for and against a particular event occurring (F3) 
Analyze a sample interdisciplinary relationship between probability and a scientific model (F4) 
Use probabilities to calculate expected gains and losses (F5) 
Communicate and justify solutions to probability problems (F6) 