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.
In this course, learners learn about one- and two-variable statistical distributions. The emphasis is on analyzing and interpreting data rather than on calculations. The use of a calculator with one- or two-variable statistical functions or a graphing calculator is recommended. In this course, learners learn about one- and two-variable statistical distributions. The...
This is the first in a series of four Secondary V courses equivalent to Mathematics 514 in the youth sector. In this course, the learners learn how to find the optimum solution in a given situation. This is the first in a series of four Secondary V courses equivalent to Mathematics 514 in the...
In this course, learners continue to build on some of the concepts they learned in other Secondary IV mathematics courses: systems of equations, functions, analytical geometry, congruence and similarity. In analytical and Euclidian geometry, emphasis is placed on deductive reasoning. In this course, learners continue to build on some of the concepts they learned in other...
This is the second optional course in a series of four Secondary IV courses equivalent to Mathematics 436 in the youth sector. In this course, learners master the four operations (+, −, ×, ÷) on algebraic fractions. This is the second optional course in a series of four Secondary IV courses equivalent to...
This course is divided into three parts. The first is aimed at helping learners to develop an understanding of set theory. The second part will allow learners to master the concept of relation and the formal language associated with it. This course is divided into three parts. The first is aimed at helping learners to develop an...
This course examines the parabola used to draw graphs of different situations involving a maximum or minimum value represented on these graphs by a vertex. This course examines the parabola used to draw graphs of different situations involving a maximum...
In this course, learners expand their knowledge of straight lines by studying the equations of parallel and perpendicular lines. In addition, they learn how to calculate the distance between any two points and to find the coordinates of the point that divides a line segment in a given ratio. Learners are also required to solve analytical geometry problems. In this course, learners expand their knowledge of straight lines by studying the equations of...
This Secondary IV course focuses on the different factoring methods and the four operations on algebraic fractions. This Secondary IV course focuses on the different factoring methods and the four operations on...
This Secondary IV course focuses on the laws of exponents, the simplification of expressions in exponential form and the four operations on polynomials containing square roots. This Secondary IV course focuses on the laws of exponents, the simplification of expressions in...
This Secondary IV course examines various procedures for deriving information from distributions of data. This Secondary IV course examines various procedures for deriving information from distributions...
This is the first of two courses on trigonometry. In this course, learners learn to calculate different trigonometric ratios (sines, cosines, tangents) in right triangles. They also learn to calculate the different measurements in triangles using the law of sines or of cosines. This is the first of two courses on trigonometry. In this course, learners learn to calculate...
This is the third in a series of three compulsory courses on geometry. In this course, learners learn about geometric transformations: translations, rotations and reflections (displacements) as well as dilatations (enlargements or reductions). They also learn to do calculations on similar figures and to draw figures to scale. This is the third in a series of three compulsory courses on geometry. In this course, learners...