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Mathematics 30-1 LINKS:
Here are some links to online diploma review information to help you prepare for your regular unit tests and final diploma exam in Math 30-1. For diploma review info, the Alberta Education bulletins (Standards and Exemplars) are the best to look at for examples of Diploma-type questions.
For additional practice questions, try Quest A+ and ExamBank links. Quest A+ does not require a password. ExamBank does. Search the web if your school does not have its own password (ask your teacher if they have one). Read the info paragraphs first, so you can decide what you wish to review.
- Alberta Education:
- Math 30-1 Standards and Exemplars: This is the Alberta Education document that teachers use to determine the depth of the topics to teach and the types of question that will be on the diploma exam. The Standards and Exemplars document has some very good questions and examples to look at when studying for a test or doing review. Remember, this is what your teacher is looking at to see what kind of questions to ask and teach. Sometimes they take questions right from this book without even changing the numbers. It is very useful as a practice set of questions for unit test and diploma review.
- Recently Released Pure Math 30 Questions: These are the most recent released questions from the Pure Math 30 diploma exams. Keep in mind that 50% of the current Math 30-1 is the same as Pure Math 30. Look at Transformations, Trigonometry, Perms & Combs, and Exponents and Logarithms. It is good to review these before the diploma or unit exams. Teachers often use these as models for test questions and even use the exact same question unchanged.
- Math 30-1 Information Bulletins: Subject bulletins are mainly for teachers and deals with the make-up of the Diploma Exam, how to complete the different types of Numerical Responses and other information relevant to teachers. The relevant student information has been summarized for you into one page.
- LearnAlberta.ca: Collection of subject information from Alberta Education, free to all Alberta students. Must register online and will need USERNAME & PASSWORD from your school. (or Google search for it). Videos, practice tests, and links to other resources. For all subjects. May be challenging to find specific topic materials.
- EXAMBANK: ExamBank is a national question bank with questions in a variety of subject from many provinces. It cost money to use the bank, but many school boards pay for their whole system to use it. Ask your teacher or librarian for the school's password (or Google search for a password)
- QUEST A+: Quest A+ is an online source for practice tests/quizzes/exams for a variety of subjects. It is provided free to Alberta students. Its questions are taken from Exambank.com
- Math 30.ca: Used to be Pure Math 30.com. It contains materials for the new Math 30-1 course including online lessons, downloadable notes. : A site that has the complete course online in PDF format. Also sells book called Math 30-1 Explained. Check it out. Remember: 50% of the old Pure Math 30 course is still relevant to the Math 30-1 course
- McGrawHill Ryerson Pre-Calculus 12: Math 30-1 Text Book Resources. These are resources produced by the publisher and available on-line. It has some BLM (Black Line Masters — ie worksheets) that you can use for extra practice. It also includes valuable chapter summary outlines and an online Chapter Review Quiz. May require a password, ask your teacher or Google search online.
- B.C. Principles of Mathematics: Similar to the Math 30-1 course, with a couple of extra topics added. Most questions could be used for extra practice. [DO QUESTIONS: 17-100, 107-110, 113-129, 131,132 ] Answers are located at this Solutions Link
- Ron Blond.com: Ron Blond is an Alberta Learning on-line animation guru who has some very useful animations to help you learn the Pure Math 30 concepts, especially in Trigonometry and Transformations. Material is meant for the Pure Math 30 course, so there is much there you don't need. First 5 topics on trig, Exponential Functions, Translations and Stretching help you to understand the effects of the a,b,c and d values. Worth a look. Fun to play with the sliders.
- There are numerous additional on-line resources and practice items placed there by Alberta teachers of this course. A Google search will locate Explanations, Notes, Quizzes, YouTube videos, and many other items to help you understand the material in this and all you other courses. Search for: "Subject Name" "Topic" "Item Type"* Alberta (*quiz, notes, video, etc.)
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