Mathematics at Work 12

First Semester and Second Semester

The Mathematics at Work pathway is designed to provide students with the mathematical understandings and critical thinking skills identified for direct entry into the work force or for entry into programs of study that do not require academic mathematics. Students will study the following topics: measurement and probability; measures of central tendency; scatterplots; linear relationships; owning and operating a vehicle; properties of polygons; transformations; and trigonometry.

Additional course details and documents are available on the Nova Scotia Curriculum site’s Mathematics at Work 12.

Course Additional Information

Course Materials

Textbook: Math at Work12

NSSBB#2001664 (provided electronically within the course)



Laptop or desktop device with Windows, Mac, or Chrome OS. Webcam and headset with microphone. Access to Google Workspace for Education (GNSPES/SEPNE) or other productivity software.




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