In keeping with the objectives of the Mathematics Program, SOFAD offers classroom and distance learning resources that are designed to help learners master mathematical concepts so they can gain a better understanding of their environment. This involves making connections between concepts and seeing how they apply to real-life situations; using strategies and appropriate mathematical language in order to process information; developing a rigorous working method, notably by increasing their ability to use a structured approach and mathematical reasoning to solve problems; and mastering the use of appropriate technological tools.
The placement test is compulsory. It serves to evaluate learners’ knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, statistics and probability, trigonometry, sets, relations and functions as well as straight lines and the parabola. The placement test is compulsory. It serves to evaluate learners’ knowledge of arithmetic,...
This is a preparatory course for a series of three Secondary I courses on the four operations (+, −, ×, ÷). In this course, learners master the four operations on natural numbers (N). This is a preparatory course for a series of three Secondary I courses on the four operations (+,...
The goal of this course is to study reasoning expressed mathematically. In this course, learners will learn to use logical quantifiers and construct truth tables. They will also examine the notions of implications and equivalences. They will be required to study the notions of existential and universal quantifiers. The goal of this course is to study reasoning expressed mathematically. In this course, learners...
In this course, learners will review the functions that were introduced in previous courses. They will then study the composition of functions and the four operations on these functions as well as inequalities in one variable. This course also focuses on geometry and summarizes content covered in previous courses. In this course, learners will review the functions that were introduced in previous courses. They...
In this course, learners will learn about vectors in the plane, algebraic and geometric vectors as well as vector notation and symbols. They will study operations on vectors and their properties: addition, multiplication by a scalar and scalar multiplication of two vectors. In this course, learners will learn about vectors in the plane, algebraic and geometric vectors...
This is the seventh course equivalent to MTH-526 or MAT-536 in the youth sector. This course examines relationships governing measurements in circles (lengths, angles) and right triangles. This is the seventh course equivalent to MTH-526 or MAT-536 in the youth sector. This course...
In this course, learners will learn about the various concepts related to trigonometric functions. They will learn about the trigonometric circle, angular and arc measures expressed in radians and the wrapping function. While all of the trigonometric functions will be covered, the graphs of the sine, cosine and tangent functions will be examined in... In this course, learners will learn about the various concepts related to trigonometric...
In this course, learners study exponential and logarithmic functions and their characteristics (domain, range, increase, decrease, etc.), and learn to find the rules of these functions and of the inverse functions. They also have an opportunity to develop their algebraic skills by applying the properties of logarithms. In this course, learners study exponential and logarithmic functions and their characteristics...
In this course, learners learn about the linear, quadratic, absolute-value, square-root, greatest-integer and rational functions, the role of the different parameters (a, b, h and k) and the rules of correspondence of these six functions. In this course, learners learn about the linear, quadratic, absolute-value, square-root,...
This course features conics, that is, figures obtained by cutting a cone with a plane at different angles. The conic sections covered in this course are the circle, the parabola, the ellipse and the hyperbola. These curves are examined through their respective equations or inequalities and different parameters. This course features conics, that is, figures obtained by cutting a cone with a plane at...
This course is an introduction to graph theory. Learners learn about such concepts as vertices, edges, paths and circuits, Euler paths and circuits, and Hamiltonian paths and circuits. This course is an introduction to graph theory. Learners learn about such concepts as vertices,...
In this course, learners learn to determine the probability of an event by using various modes of representation: list of possible outcomes, probability tree, contingency table, area model. They also learn to use the rules of multiplication and addition to calculate probabilities. In addition to probability, this course features the concept of odds (i.e.,... In this course, learners learn to determine the probability of an event by using various modes of...