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Skills available for Saskatchewan grade 12 math curriculum

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12.A Permutations and Combinations

  • 12.A.1 To apply the fundamental counting principles to determine the number of possibilities that exist in a given situation.

  • 12.A.2 To determine the number of permutations of n objects. (nPn=n!)

  • 12.A.3 To determine the number of permutations of n different objects, taken r at a time. (nPr)

  • 12.A.4 To determine the number of permutations of n objects, not all different.

  • 12.A.5 To determine the number of permutations of n objects arranged in a circle.

  • 12.A.6 To determine the number of combinations of n objects, taken r at a time.

  • 12.A.7 To determine the number of combinations formed from more than one subset.

12.B Data Analysis

  • 12.B.1 To list and describe the methods used to collect data.

  • 12.B.2 To obtain data for real-world situations by using simulations (such as Monte Carlo simulations).

  • 12.B.3 To review the methods for determining the measures of central tendency.

  • 12.B.4 To construct box and whisker plots from simulated data.

  • 12.B.5 To define and utilize the concept of percentiles (including the first, second, and third quartiles).

  • 12.B.6 To solve related problems using statistical inference.

12.C Polynomials and Rational Expressions

12.D Exponents and Radicals

12.E Relations and Functions

12.F Systems of Linear Equations

12.G Angles and Polygons