## MATH 026 - Fundamental Math Level 6

This course is designed to help adults develop personal math skills. Adult Fundamental Level 6 Mathematics will give students a foundational knowledge of ratio, proportion and percents; converting between decimals, fractions and percents and about graphs.

Hours: 60 (Seminar Hours: 60)

Total Weeks: 20

Prerequisites:
“C“ or higher in MATH025 or equivalent or Fundamental Level Placement on the CCP Math Assessment.

Non-Course Prerequisites:
None

Co-Requisites:
None

Course Content:
- Number & Number Operations
- Operations & Applications
- Patterns, Functions & Relations
- Real Life Applications
- Measurement
- Geometry

- Skills and Strategies for Learning

Learning Outcomes:
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
Ratio & Proportion
- Write the relationship between two numbers or quantities as a ratio
- Write the relationship between two numbers or quantities with different units as a rate
- Write proportion as a statement of equivalence between two ratios
- Determine if a proportion is true using both common denominators & cross multiplying
- Solve a proportion for a missing term
Percent
- Convert a decimal to a percent
- Convert a percent to a decimal
- Convert a fraction to a percent
- Convert a percent to a fraction
- Find a percent of a number
- Find what percent one number is of another
- Find a number when a percent is given
- Apply ratio and proportion to solve problems involving real-life situations including percent increase and decrease
- Read and obtain information from a bar graph
- Read and obtain information from a line graph
- Read and obtain information from a circle graph
- Read and obtain information from a table
- Recognize percent notation as a denominator of 100
- Express the relationship between two numbers as a percent
- Estimate percentages (mental shopping)
- Calculate discounts on purchases
- Calculate tips on service
- Calculate tax
- Calculate wage increase
- Calculate budget
Graphs
- Explain or show with examples: the different elements of a graph
- Identify bar graph
- Identify line graph
- Identify circle graph
- Identify pictograph
- Identify histogram
- Read and obtain information from a bar graph
- Read and obtain information from a line graph
- Read and obtain information from a circle graph
- Read and obtain information from a table
- Set further numeracy goals
- Use critical thinking skills
- Build math confidence
- Move on to other tasks while waiting for help
- Write tests in a variety of formats
- Locate and correct errors
- Use strategies to manage test-taking anxiety
- Manage frustrations of learning

- Apply logical thinking to math operations

Passing Grade: Mastery of Learning Outcomes

Percentage of Individual Work: 100