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Skills available for British Columbia grade 12 math curriculum

IXL's grade 12 skills will be aligned to the British Columbia Learning Outcomes soon! Until then, you can view a complete list of grade 12 objectives below.

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12.A Students identify the types and functions of insurance, the preparation of a personal financial plan, the types of taxes imposed by different levels of government, and the costs associated with foreign purchasing and currency exchange.

  • 12.A1 model and solve problems, including those solved previously, using technology to perform matrix operations, including

    • 12.A1.1 addition

    • 12.A1.2 subtraction

    • 12.A1.3 scalar multiplication

  • 12.A2 model and solve consumer and network problems using technology to perform matrix multiplication as required

  • 12.A3 design a financial spreadsheet template to allow users to input their own variables

  • 12.A4 analyse the costs and benefits of renting or buying an increasing asset, such as land or property, under various circumstances

  • 12.A5 analyse the costs and benefits of leasing or buying a decreasing asset, such as a vehicle or computer, under various circumstances

  • 12.A6 analyse an investment portfolio applying such concepts as interest rate, rate of return, and total return

12.B Students use patterns to describe the world and to solve problems.

  • 12.B1 describe sinusoidal curves using terms, including

    • 12.B1.1 amplitude

    • 12.B1.2 period

    • 12.B1.3 maximum and minimum values

    • 12.B1.4 vertical and horizontal shift

  • 12.B2 graph sinusoidal data using technology, and represent the data with a best fit equation of the form y = a sin (bx + c) + d

  • 12.B3 use best fit sinusoidal equations, and their associated graphs, to make predictions (interpolation, extrapolation)

12.C Students describe and compare everyday phenomena, using either direct or indirect measurement, describe the characteristics of 3-D objects and 2-D shapes, and analyse the relationships among them.

  • 12.C1 use dimensions and unit prices to solve problems involving perimeter, area, and volume

  • 12.C2 solve problems involving estimation and costing for objects, shapes, or processes when a design is given

  • 12.C3 design an object, shape, layout, or process within a specified budget

  • 12.C4 use simplified models to estimate the solutions to complex measurement problems

  • 12.C5 use appropriate terminology to describe

    • 12.C5.1 vectors (i.e., direction, magnitude)

    • 12.C5.2 scalar quantities (i.e., magnitude)

  • 12.C6 assign meaning to the multiplication of a vector by a scalar

  • 12.C7 determine the magnitude and direction of a resultant vector, using triangle or parallelogram methods

  • 12.C8 model and solve problems in 2-D and 3-D (with 3-D vectors restricted to those that are mutually orthogonal), using vector diagrams and technology

12.D Students use experimental and theoretical probability to represent and solve problems involving uncertainty.

  • 12.D1 classify events as independent or dependent

  • 12.D2 use the fundamental counting principle to determine the number of different ways to perform multi-step operations

  • 12.D3 construct a sample space for two or three events

  • 12.D4 solve problems, using the probabilities of mutually exclusive and complementary events