is it basically applied 30 with a different name?? same with math 30-1 is it pure 30 with just a different name?
is it basically applied 30 with a different name?? same with math 30-1 is it pure 30 with just a different name?
I'm pretty sure its the new name for Applied Math for the new cirriculum.
30-1 = Pure
30-2 = Applied
Never changed. It was 30-1 and 30-2 for a very long time.
Edit: Around 3-4 years ago, the term became more mainstream, but the course code was 30-1 for Pure and 30-2 for Applied for quite a while.
Last edited by Disoblige; 01-31-2012 at 09:25 AM.
<2 years = a very long time?Originally posted by Disoblige
30-1 = Pure
30-2 = Applied
Never changed. It was 30-1 and 30-2 for a very long time.
It's been longer than 2 years..
It was like that all high school for me and that was 3 years ago. So there's atleast 6
As stated, been way longer than 2 years.Originally posted by know1edge
<2 years = a very long time?
Edit: Around 3-4 years ago, the term became more mainstream, but the course code was 30-1 for Pure and 30-2 for Applied for quite a while.
Last edited by Disoblige; 01-31-2012 at 09:25 AM.
i remember it being make 30, 32, and 31
30-pure
32-applied
31-calculus
To OP, it seems like we might not be talking about the same things.
Take a look at this: http://education.alberta.ca/media/65...0_critical.pdf
It says there's a new course available in Sept 2012 called "Mathematics 30-2" and it is different from Applied Math 30 (which to people who graduated more than a few years ago knew it as 30-2). So they said they would not recommend taking "Mathematics 30-2" instead of Applied Math 30.
That seems pretty confusing, since the names are so similar to what it was formerly called.
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I graduated 4-5 years ago and I don't recall Math 30-1 or 30-2 haha. Pretty sure they were called:Originally posted by Disoblige
As stated, been way longer than 2 years. 6-7 years at the very least.
Pure Math 30
Applied Math 30
Math 31 (Calculus)
30-1 and 30-2 were used for English and Social Studies.
Yeah I am pretty sure you are wrong, which is pretty hilarious because of how self assured you are.Originally posted by Disoblige
To OP, it seems like we might not be talking about the same things.
Take a look at this: http://education.alberta.ca/media/65...0_critical.pdf
It says there's a new course available in Sept 2012 called "Mathematics 30-2" and it is different from Applied Math 30 (which to people who graduated more than a few years ago knew it as 30-2). So they said they would not recommend taking "Mathematics 30-2" instead of Applied Math 30.
That seems pretty confusing, since the names are so similar to what it was formerly called.
It was called Pure Math 30 and Applied Math 30 when I graduated 3 years ago. That PDF pretty much proves that Applied Math 30 and Math 30-2 are different things.
I graduated in '05 and it was pure and applied then... That's all I know.
I graduated in 09Originally posted by lellowrx7
It's been longer than 2 years..
It was like that all high school for me and that was 3 years ago. So there's atleast 6
it was pure, applied & prep
doing high school upgrading and these are the courses listed;
Mathematics 10C
Mathematics 10-3
Mathematics 20-1
Mathematics 20-2
Mathematics 20-3
Pure Mathematics 30
Applied Mathematics 30
Mathematics 31
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Hey know1edge, you're more or less right. It's been more than 2 years for sure, so around 3-4 maybe? I remember back in 2006-2007, a math teacher talked about 20-1, 20-2, 30-1, 30-2 name change. It may have come official in 2007-2008?Originally posted by know1edge
<2 years = a very long time?
Thanks for coming out, "gt2871r".Originally posted by gt2871r
Yeah I am pretty sure you are wrong, which is pretty hilarious because of how self assured you are.
It was called Pure Math 30 and Applied Math 30 when I graduated 3 years ago. That PDF pretty much proves that Applied Math 30 and Math 30-2 are different things.
http://education.alberta.ca/media/655889/math10to12.pdf
Last edited by Disoblige; 01-30-2012 at 11:29 AM.
I graduated in 2004 and pure was 30-1 and applied was 30-2. They never referred to them via number it was always pure, applied etc but if you looked at the course code when you signed up they used 30-1 for pure and 30-2 for applied.Originally posted by gt2871r
Yeah I am pretty sure you are wrong, which is pretty hilarious because of how self assured you are.
It was called Pure Math 30 and Applied Math 30 when I graduated 3 years ago. That PDF pretty much proves that Applied Math 30 and Math 30-2 are different things.
http://schools.cbe.ab.ca/b860/pdfs/2...%20Booklet.pdf
This course registration booklet is for Diefenbaker High School, but I think it explains the progression in math courses pretty well. Look on page 16 of the document.
Just to let you know; I talked to a teacher who was in the advisor committee in creating the new math course.
Math 30-1 is specifically designed for university science courses specifically for engineering or science majors.
Math 30-2 is designed for nursing students or college entry courses (business wise).
http://www.ucalgary.ca/admissions/alberta_nwt_nunavut
Look under nursing (Math 30-2)
Math 30-3 is designed for the trades industry.
Math 20-1 and 20-2 have the same content, however, 20-1 is just heavier and goes faster while 20-2 goes alot slower describing each content.
I believe 30-2 has the same content as 30-1, however, once again 30-2 is alot easier.
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