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Skills available for British Columbia grade 11 math curriculum

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11.A Students solve problems related to personal and business finance, including income derived in different ways, costs related to financial decisions such as borrowing, travel, and foreign purchases, saving, borrowing, and acquiring a vehicle.

  • 11.A1 solve problems involving performance-based income, including

    • 11.A1.1 commission sales

    • 11.A1.2 piece work

    • 11.A1.3 salary plus commission

  • 11.A2 use simple and compound interest calculations to solve problems

  • 11.A3 solve consumer problems involving

    • 11.A3.1 credit cards

    • 11.A3.2 exchange rates

    • 11.A3.3 personal loans

  • 11.A4 prepare an income tax form for an individual who is single, employed, and without dependents

  • 11.A5 solve problems involving the acquisition and operation of a vehicle, including

    • 11.A5.1 renting

    • 11.A5.2 leasing

    • 11.A5.3 buying

    • 11.A5.4 licensing

    • 11.A5.5 insuring

    • 11.A5.6 operating (e.g., fuel and oil)

    • 11.A5.7 maintaining (e.g., repairs, tune-ups)

    • 11.A5.8 depreciation

  • 11.A6 prepare a business plan to own and operate a business that includes the following information as appropriate:

    • 11.A6.1 monthly cost of operation (e.g., inventory, rent, wages, insurance, advertising, loan payments)

    • 11.A6.2 hours of operation

    • 11.A6.3 estimated daily sales (average)

    • 11.A6.4 gross/net profit

    • 11.A6.5 hourly earnings

    • 11.A6.6 a scale floor plan of the store

11.B Students analyse data found in a variety of formats by means of words, charts, tables, graphs, and formulas.

  • 11.B1 express a linear relation of the form y = mx + b

    • 11.B1.1 in words

    • 11.B1.2 as a formula

    • 11.B1.3 with a table of values

    • 11.B1.4 as a graph

  • 11.B2 interpolate and extrapolate values from the graph of a linear relation

  • 11.B3 determine the slope of a linear relation and describe it in words

  • 11.B4 interpret the meaning of the slope of a linear relation in a problem context

  • 11.B5 substitute appropriate values into formulas and evaluate the result

11.C Students take measurements using appropriate tools such as rulers, calipers, and micrometers in both Imperial and SI measurements and convert measurements between the two systems in order to solve a variety of problems.

  • 11.C1 select and use appropriate measuring devices (in Imperial and SI systems), including

    • 11.C1.1 Vernier calipers

    • 11.C1.2 micrometers

  • 11.C2 perform basic conversions within and between the Imperial and SI systems, using technology as appropriate

  • 11.C3 use measuring devices and unit conversions to solve problems

11.D Students represent data effectively and make predictions and inferences based on these representations.

  • 11.D1 display and analyse data on

    • 11.D1.1 line plots

    • 11.D1.2 bar graphs

    • 11.D1.3 circle graphs

  • 11.D2 manipulate the presentation of data to stress a particular point of view