ON--Locally Developed Compulsory Credit Courses
1.1.1: Understanding and Using Decimal Numbers in Solving Problems
EMS1.06: solve problems involving sales tax, discounts, restaurant tips, and commission earnings (e.g., A skateboard costs $49.99 before taxes. You have $60.00. Do you have enough to buy the skateboard? Justify your answer.);
EMS1.08: solve problems involving the accomplishment of a particular goal, including investigating, planning, gathering, and organizing data, and making relevant calculations (e.g., plan a special event within a given budget).
2.1.1: Estimating and Measuring Using the Metric System
EUM1.03: estimate, using standard units, measurements of length, capacity, and mass that arise from their everyday experience (e.g., the distance from school to the motor vehicle office is about 15 km; the mass of the refrigerator is about 75 kg; the capacity of a gasoline tank is about 60 L);
EUM1.08: describe applications from everyday life and the workplace that involve a combination of perimeter, area, volume, mass, capacity, time, and/ or money (e.g., a landscaping project may require the use of perimeter for purchasing fencing, area for purchasing sod, volume for purchasing soil, and require the job to be completed within a specified time).
2.3.1: Solving Problems Involving Circumference, Perimeter, Area, and Volume
EUM3.02: determine an approximate value for π (pi) by investigating the relationship between the circumference and the diameter of a circle, using concrete materials to obtain measurements;
EUM3.03: validate the formula for the circumference of a circle by comparing measurements of the circumference to the calculations, using the formula C = π d;
EUM3.04: solve authentic problems requiring the calculation of the circumference of a circle;
EUM3.08: validate the formula for the area of a circle by comparing approximate measurements of the area to the calculations, using the formula A = πr² (e.g., measure the area and radius of several circles, using concrete materials);
EUM3.09: construct reasonably accurate diagrams of the angles 180°, 90°, 45°, 30°, and 60°, by dividing a given circle into the appropriate number of parts (e.g., to construct an angle of 45°, divide a given circle into eight equal parts);
EUM3.11: establish that the volume of a cylinder is found by multiplying the area of its base by its height by comparing the structure of a prism to that of a cylinder (e.g., the top and bottom are identical and the sides are perpendicular to the top and bottom);
EUM3.12: solve problems drawn from everyday situations involving the perimeters and the areas of circles and rectangles, and the volumes of cylinders and rectangular prisms.
3.1.1: Applying Fractions, Percent, Ratio, and Rate in Solving Problems
EPR1.07: write ratios describing relationships in the school environment (e.g., the ratio of silver cars to white cars in the parking lot today is 7:15);
EPR1.09: solve problems using proportions (e.g., In making punch, the ratio of fruit juice to water is 1:3. How much water should be added if you have 3 litres of fruit juice?);
3.2.1: Communicating Information
EPR2.02: construct a variety of graphs (straight line, bar, circle), with and without the use of technology, to assist in identifying patterns in data or drawing conclusions from data;
Correlation last revised: 1/22/2020