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Skills available for Quebec grade 12 math curriculum

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11-12.AR Arithmetic

11-12.AL Algebra

11-12.P Probability

11-12.S Statistics

  • 11-12.S.1 Analyzing and making decisions about one- or two-variable distributions, using statistical tools

    • 11-12.S.1.A One-variable distributions

      • 11-12.S.1.A.1 Conducts a survey or a census

        • 11-12.S.1.A.1.a Formulates questions for a survey

        • 11-12.S.1.A.1.d Collects, describes and organizes data (classifies or categorizes) using tables

      • 11-12.S.1.A.2 Recognizes possible sources of bias

      • 11-12.S.1.A.3 Interprets data presented in a table or a bar graph, a pictograph, a broken-line graph or a circle graph

      • 11-12.S.1.A.4 Distinguishes different types of statistical variables: qualitative, discrete or continuous quantitative

      • 11-12.S.1.A.5 Chooses appropriate register(s) (types) of representation to organize, interpret and present data

      • 11-12.S.1.A.6 Organizes and presents data using

      • 11-12.S.1.A.8 Understands and calculates the arithmetic mean

      • 11-12.S.1.A.9 Describes the concept of arithmetic mean (leveling or balance point)

      • 11-12.S.1.A.10 Calculates and interprets an arithmetic mean

      • 11-12.S.1.A.11 Determines and interprets

      • 11-12.S.1.A.12 Chooses the appropriate statistical measures for a given situation

    • 11-12.S.1.B Two-variable distributions

11-12.G Geometry

11-12.AG Analytic Geometry

11-12.DM Discrete Mathematics

  • 11-12.DM.1 Introduction to graph theory

    • 11-12.DM.1.A Concepts associated with graph theory

      • 11-12.DM.1.A.1 Describes the basic elements of graph theory: degree distance, path, circuit

      • 11-12.DM.1.A.2 Recognizes Euler paths or circuits and Hamiltonian paths or circuits

      • 11-12.DM.1.A.3 Constructs graphs: directed graphs, weighted graphs, coloured graphs, trees

      • 11-12.DM.1.A.4 Identifies properties of graphs

    • 11-12.DM.1.B Situation analysis, optimization and decision making

      • 11-12.DM.1.B.1 Determines elements of a situation associated with vertices and edges

      • 11-12.DM.1.B.2 Represents a situation using a graph

      • 11-12.DM.1.B.3 Compares graphs, if necessary

      • 11-12.DM.1.B.4 Finds Euler and Hamiltonian paths and circuits, the critical path, the shortest path, the tree of minimum or maximum values or the chromatic number, depending on the situation

  • 11-12.DM.2 Introduction to social choice theory

    • 11-12.DM.2.1 Makes decisions concerning social choices

      • 11-12.DM.2.1.a Counts and enumerates possibilities

      • 11-12.DM.2.1.b Compares and interprets different voting procedures and their results

  • 11-12.DM.3 Introduction to matrices