Extended Mathematics 11

Extended Mathematics 11 is an academic high school mathematics course designed to allow students to complete the Mathematics 11 course over a full year. Upon successful completion students will receive 2 academic credits; one grade 11 academic mathematics credit and one grade 11 technology credit.

Students in Extended Mathematics 11 explore the following topics:

  • applications of rates
  • scale diagrams and factors
  • inductive and deductive reasoning
  • an introduction to proof
  • cosine law
  • sine law
  • spatial reasoning
  • statistics
  • systems of linear inequalities
  • quadratic functions
  • numerical, graphical and algebraic summaries
  • analysis of data sets


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 September 6, 2022