# Grade Twelve Math Curriculum

**In what order should Grade Twelve students complete math lessons?**We decided to create our own Grade Twelve math curriculum. Following the math worksheets and lessons in this order will make it easy for parents, teachers, and most of all students.

The curriculum guide is broken into two topics per week. This is a good pace for Grade Eight students during the school year. Over the summer, you might want to do two weeks of work every week. Just follow the weeks in order to follow the curriculum guide.

If your student is more advanced than the early weeks, fill free to skip ahead. We would suggest that it is perfectly alright and even advantageous to allow students to succeed early on. As it will help them to build "math confidence".

## Week 1

## Week 2

## Week 3

## Week 4

## Week 5

## Week 6

## Week 7

- Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
- Multiplying and Dividing Complex Numbers
- Multiplying Rational (Fractional) Expressions

## Week 8

## Week 9

## Week 10

- Linear - Quadratic Systems
- Area of Triangle Using Trigonometry
- Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences and Series

## Week 11

- Binomial Probability
- Adding and Subtracting Rational (Fractional) Expressions
- Trigonometric Equations

## Week 12

## Week 13

## Week 14

- Graphs Dealing with Tangent, Cotangent, Secant, Cosecant
- Nature of Roots - Sum and Product
- Absolute Value Equations

## Week 15

## Week 16

## Week 17

## Week 18

## Week 19

## Week 20

## Week 21

## Week 22

- Rational (Fractional) Exponents
- Special Right Triangles (Geometry emphasis)
- Graphically Represent the Inverse of a Function

## Week 23

- Special Right Triangles (Trigonometry emphasis)
- Law of Sines
- Simplifying Rational (Fractional) Expressions

## Week 24

- Simplifying Complex Fractions/Expressions
- Graphs of Polynomial Equations of Higher Degree
- Imaginary Unit and Standard Complex Form

## Week 25

## Week 26

## Week 27

- Law of Sines and the Ambiguous Case
- Radical Equations
- Simplifying Square Roots with Negative Numbers

## Week 28

## Week 29

- Similar Polygons: Ratio of Perimeters & Areas
- Solving Combinations of Variations
- The Binomial Theorem