## Workplace Mathematics 10

Workplace Math 10 is geared towards students who are not heading into highly academic fields in post-secondary such as Sciences, Engineering, Nursing, Computer Programming, etc. In contrast, Workplace Math 10 teaches hands-on, real-life applicable Math concepts and helps develop these skills through a variety of instruction and project-based learning.

Students in this course will examine big ideas in math including financial planning and probability, with an emphasis on problem solving and critical thinking skills. Specifically, students will cover topics such as measurement, trigonometry, probability, and financial literacy.

StudyForge Workplace Math 10 is intentionally designed for student success, featuring elements such as:

- Video, Audio and Hands-on instruction through videos and interactives
- Practice questions with detailed solutions for self-assessment
- A student notebook that accompanies the instruction, to enhance engagement with course material
- Summative assessments for each module – randomized to allow retests for mastery
- A customized dashboard to let you know which students are most needing your help
- A variety of Inquiry-based projects
- Solution Files & Answer Keys
- And more.

*Workplace Math 10 requires that students have completed the prerequisite course: Math 9.*

## Table of Contents

Lesson 1: Broken Line Graphs

Lesson 2: Bar Graphs

Lesson 3: Stacked Bar Graphs

Lesson 4: Histograms and Pictographs

Lesson 5: Circle Graphs Lesson 6: Infographics

Lesson 2: SI Conversions

Lesson 3: Imperial Measurement

Lesson 4: Imperial Conversions

Lesson 5: Converting Between SI and Imperial

Lesson 6: Linear Measurement

Lesson 7: Linear Measurement Problems

Lesson 8: Measurement Problems

Lesson 1: Introduction and Review on Area

Lesson 2: Irregular Shapes

Lesson 3: Surface Area of Prisms

Lesson 4: Surface Area of Cylinders

Lesson 5: Volume and Capacity of Prisms and Cylinders

Lesson 1: Trigonometry Review

Lesson 2: The Three Ratios

Lesson 3: Steps to Finding Sides and Angles

Lesson 4: Solving Triangles

Lesson 2: Comparing Measures of Central Tendency

Lesson 3: Outliers

Lesson 1: Introduction to Probability – Shut the Box

Lesson 2: Scrabble

Lesson 3: 21

Lesson 4: Game Creation

Lesson 1: Wages

Lesson 2: Salary

Lesson 3: Piecework

Lesson 4: Commission

Lesson 5: Income Tax and Deductions

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## Course Features

- Interactive applets which help foster a conceptual and intuitive understanding of fundamental topics.
- Digital DESMOS Graphing Calculator within the course
- Inquiry-Based Projects such as:
- Be a business manager
- Be a landscape architect
- Measuring the height of architecture around us
- Create your own game
- Understanding Commission Sales