An online review course for students who have completed Grade 12 high school mathematics but more than 5 years ago. This course prepares students to write the BCIT Mathematics Competency Test which can be used to meet math entrance requirements for selected BCIT programs.
Effective September 1, 2017, the tuition portion of this course is free for Canadian Citizens and Permanent Residents. Please note: ancillary fees such as Student Association fees, BCIT ID card fees, etc. will be charged and must be paid. If you are eligible for free tuition and are registering through the online system, your account will be adjusted within 2 business days after registration. Please log into your my.bcit.ca account 2 business days after registration to make payment for the ancillary fees. This payment is required in order for you to secure a seat in the course. Failure to pay will result in the course being dropped without notice.*** For information on Math Competency tests visit https://www.bcit.ca/cas/math/mathcompetencytesting.shtml. A suggested review course for students planning on taking MATH 1060 Statistics for Data Analysis. For late registration approval, email Mathpts@bcit.ca and include your student ID.
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Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Use the rules for approximate number calculations.
Convert and reduce units.
Operate with signed numbers.
Manipulate and simplify algebraic expressions.
Solve simple, quadratic and simultaneous linear equations.
Solve problems using algebraic variation.
Apply mensuration formula to solve geometric problems.
Solve geometric problems using Pythagoras’ Theorem and similar triangles.
Graph simple algebraic functions.
Use the fundamental laws of algorithms to solve exponential and logarithmic problems.
Solve triangles using trigonometry.
Determine the resultant of two or more vectors.
Effective as of Winter 2011
Books & Supplies
The BCIT bookstore carries textbooks, general reference books, software, and
stationery. Please visit
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Introduction to Technical Mathematics with MyLab Math Student Access Kit (5th Edition)
Allyn J. Washington, Mario F. Triola, Ellena E. Reda
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