Workplace Mathematics 10

Credits: 4

This course is intended for students who wish to pursue further studies in an apprenticeship program at a college level or workplace environment after graduating high school.  The topics of study are:  earning income, calculating paychecks, linear measurements involving conversions, imperial and metric conversions, decimal and fraction problems, circumference/perimeter, area, volume of various polygons relating to real-world problems, capacity, mass and temperature calculations, working with money (sales, discounts), exchange rates when travelling, geometry (measuring angles, using tools in apprenticeship domains), simple trigonometry related to construction, and statistics in our world.  This is a very practical math course that will benefit students in the workplace and day-to-day life.