# Mathematics 30-1: Explained

## introduction

Mathematics 30-1 (Alberta)

Formula Sheet | Information Bulletin

Diploma Exam Dates | Sample Diploma Questions

Released Diploma Questions | Curriculum

Pre-Calculus 12 (British Columbia)

Practice Exams | Curriculum

Pre-Calculus 30 (Saskatchewan)

Practice Exams | Curriculum

Exam Dates | Information

Pre-Calculus 40S (Manitoba)

Practice Exams | Curriculum | Exam Dates

Information Bulletin

Welcome to Mathematics 30-1: Explained, an animated online resource that supports the visual learning of mathematics. The entire curriculum is covered with 40 hours of animations spanning 24 lessons. All content is provided free of charge. Teachers may photocopy and distribute the lessons and practice exams.

Mathematics 30-1 Unit Books:

Unit One | Unit Two | Unit Three | Unit Four | Unit Five | Unit Six

Mathematics 30-1 Practice Exams:

Exam One | Exam Two | Exam Three | Exam Four | Exam Five | Exam Six

Practice Exam Keys and Video Solutions

Mathematics 30-1 Workbook:

Formula Sheet

Condensed Workbook (Whitespace Removed - 117 pg.)

Full Workbook (Book One) (With Whitespace - 257 pg.)

Full Workbook (Book Two) (With Whitespace - 230 pg.)

Answer Key

## tablets and smartphones

## site features

- Workbook + Videos
- Visual Learning
- Diploma Preparation
- Full Example Sets
- Multiple Solutions

## how to use this site

### Using the Videos

The following diagram illustrates how to use the EdPlayer navigation panel:

Whenever you see the note icon to the left,

click on it for extra information about the concept being discussed.

### Printable Notes

Each video on this site is accompanied by a printable set of notes. It is strongly recommended that you print off the notes and write on them as you view the video.

## learning strategies

### Make sure you can do every question on your own.

Watching videos is a fantastic way to get up to speed on the content you need to know. However, it is critical you can do every question on your own without external help.

Yes, this is time-consuming, and forcing yourself to reason through the questions will require discipline. But watching is not the same as doing - you must go through this process to see meaningful results.

## technical information

### System Requirements

All of the videos require a recent version of Adobe Flash Player, and the print material requires Adobe Reader. For best performance, make sure you have the latest version of your browser installed. Javascript and cookies must be enabled.