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									                        MDM 4U1 Course Outline
                Grade 12 Mathematics of Data Management
This course broadens students’ understanding of mathematics as it relates to managing
information. Student will apply methods for organizing large amounts of information; apply
counting techniques, probability, and statistics in modeling and solving problems; and carry
out a culminating project that integrates the expectations of the course and encourages
perseverance and independence. Students planning to pursue university programs in
business, the social sciences, or the humanities will find this course of particular interest.

Prerequisite:        MCF3M1 (Grade 11 Functions and Applications) or
                     MCR3U1 (Grade 11 Functions)

Textbook       Mathematics of Data Management (Value $75)

Textbook Number:            ________

Calculator Number:          _________


Evaluation:
The student’s mark is comprised of 70% term work and 30% end of term evaluation.

Term Work Evaluation:
 Category                                            Percent of Mark
 Knowledge & Understanding                                   30%

 Application                                                 30%

 Thinking                                                    20%

 Communication                                               20%



End of Term Evaluation:
 Category                                            Percent of Mark
 Culminating Task                                            10%

 Final Exam                                                  20%


Website to access lessons:
http://www.dpcdsb.org/LEGER/Academics/Math/Grade+12/MDM4U/
The report card also reports on five learning skills. For each learning skill the student will
be given a grade of Needs Improvement, Satisfactory, Good or Excellent.
The learning skills are:
 Independent Work
 Team work
 Organization
 Homework Completion
 Initiative

Order of Topics
    Chapter                                                              Number of
                                                                          Classes
  Chapter 1 – Tools for Data Management                                      13
  Chapter 2 – Statistics of One Variable                                     9
  Chapter 3 – Statistics of 2 Variables                                      7
  Chapter 4 – Permutations and Organized Counting                            9
  Chapter 5 – Combinations and the Binomial Theorem                          8
  Chapter 6 – Introduction to Probability                                    11
  Chapter 7 – Probability Distributions                                      8
  Chapter 8 – The Normal Distribution                                        11
  Chapter 9 – Culminating Project *                                          10
* Parts of this Chapter will be integrated throughout the course.

MANDATORY Materials Required:
    Binder
    9 Index Dividers
    Pencils, Eraser & Ruler
    Scientific Calculator (exponential and fraction functions)
    Access to Excel Software and the Internet

Student Expectations:
In order for you to be successful in this course, the student must:
    Do all the assigned homework every class
    Attend classes regularly
    Be on time and with the proper materials
    Get any notes and homework missed due to absence
     (It is YOUR responsibility to do this if you are absent)
    Be present and prepared for all tests and quizzes
    Arrange dates to write any missed tests or quizzes
     (only with accordance to the school policy)
    Manage time effectively and work in a team environment
    Hand in Culminating Project Stage Outcomes on time

								
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