The Math Mastery program is designed to give students an introduction to their upcoming mathematics course.
Previewing a course will build the student’s confidence,
which will result in less frustration and better grades.
The seminar levels are as follows:
For students entering grade 9 math
In Level 1, the student will be introduced to: integers; laws of exponents; rational and irrational numbers; ratios, proportions and percent; operations with polynomials; solving linear equations; applications of linear equations; and the equation of a line.
For students entering grade 10 math
In Level 2, the student will be introduced to: solving linear systems; applications of linear systems; factoring techniques; solving quadratic equations; analysis of quadratic equations; analytic geometry; and trigonometry.
For students entering grade 11 math
In Level 3, the student will be introduced to: advanced exponent rules; exponential equations; operations with rational expressions; complex numbers; quadratic equations; introductory optimization applications; functions; transformations of functions; trigonometric functions; trigonometric identities; trigonometric equations; and arithmetic/geometric sequences and series.
For students entering grade 12 math
In Level 4, the student will be introduced to: polynomial functions; advanced trigonometry; composition of functions; algebra of functions; and logarithmic and exponential functions.