Mathematics 6

Students in Mathematics 6 explore the following topics: 

  • numbers over one million
  • decimal numbers to the fourth decimal place
  • negative numbers
  • multiplication and division of decimal numbers
  • order of operations
  • improper fractions and mixed numbers (e.g. 73 = 2 ⅓)
  • ratios
  • percentages (25%, 50%, 75% and 100%)
  • tables of values and graphs
  • using letters to describe relationships and equations
  • balancing equations
  • formulas for perimeter, area and volume
  • reference angles (45°, 90° and 180°)
  • interior angles of triangles and quadrilaterals
  • ordered pairs including plotting, line graphs, and transformations of 2-D shapes
  • discrete and continuous data
  • data collection methods
  • theoretical and experimental probabilities.

 

The outcomes in the At-A-Glance document are accurate. The curriculum guide for this course is still relevant and includes important information for teachers. Teachers are reminded to reference the At-A-Glance documents for the outcomes when using the course guides.


Updated July 26, 2022