**AP Mathematics Program****The**

Advanced Placement Program is designed for students who can benefit from

university level studies while in high school. In the spring, teachers recommend

potential AP students from the Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus

Mathematics 20S classes to participate in this challenging program the following

year. The content of the calculus portion of the program is similar to that

offered in a first year calculus course at the

university.

Advanced Placement Program is designed for students who can benefit from

university level studies while in high school. In the spring, teachers recommend

potential AP students from the Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus

Mathematics 20S classes to participate in this challenging program the following

year. The content of the calculus portion of the program is similar to that

offered in a first year calculus course at the

university.

**The AP Math**

Pattern:

Pattern:

**Grade 11:**MPC 30SH (1 credit) and Calculus 45SH (MCI 45SH)(0.5 credit).

**Grade 12**: MPC 40SH (1 credit) and AP Calculus 42S (CAL(AB) 42S)(1credit)

or

AP Advanced Calculus BC (CAL(BC) 42S)(1 credit).

__Pre-Calculus__

Math Honours 30SH (MPC 30SH)Math Honours 30SH (MPC 30SH)

Math 30SH covers all topics in the

Pre-Calculus 30S Manitoba Provincial Curriculum as well as select topics from

the Pre-Calculus 40S course. The pace of this course is accelerated compared to

the regular program. Teachers invite potential AP students the

Introduction to Applied and Pre-Calculus Mathematics 20S classes to

participate in this challenging program.

__Pre-Calculus__

Math Honours 40SH (MPC 40SH)Math Honours 40SH (MPC 40SH)

Math 40SH covers all topics in the

Pre-Calculus 40S Manitoba Provincial Curriculum as well as an in depth look at

trigonometry and other topics. The pace of this course is accelerated compared

to the regular program

**Calculus**

Honours 45SH (MCI 45SH)Honours 45SH (MCI 45SH)

This is the introductory calculus

course for Advanced Placement students. See Calculus 45S for the course

description.

**AP Calculus 42S(CAL(AB) 42S)**This course is an extension of

Calculus 45S. It explores differentiation and integration at a level comparable

to first year university in preparation for the Advanced Calculus AB 42S

exam.

**AP Advanced Calculus 42S (CAL(BC) 42S)**This course is intended for

students who have written the CAL(AB) 42S exam. Other students will be allowed

to enroll depending upon their mathematical backgrounds. The course will provide

an opportunity to continue with the study of mathematical topics that will be

useful at the university level. The course content includes an in

depth review of the previous AP courses,

matrices, vectors, the theory of equations, mathematical induction, complex

variables, polar coordinates, 3-dimensional geometry, and further topics from

Calculus to prepare for the second level AP Calculus BC exam. This course is a

full credit course offered in the second

semester.