This website is a complete online
study guide for Pure Math 30, which follows the Alberta math curriculum. With 34 lessons spanning the
entire curriculum, the content found here can serve as a supplement to classroom
learning or correspondence modules. The lessons and practice exams are free for
students and teachers to download and print. Teachers may photocopy this content
for use as a student handout.
Math animations and workbook for the new Alberta math curriculum (2012).
Math animations and workbook for the new Alberta math curriculum (2010).
Pure Math 30 - Diploma Style Practice Exams (From 2006): The practice exams below are designed to help students master the
problem-solving strategies typically required for multiple choice / written
response items. Based on released questions from previous diploma examinations, these
practice exams can be used as homework assignments or resource material for
review classes. Study tips for students: Go through each exam
twice. Your first attempt should be casual, using the solution guide to help you
along. Be aware of mistakes you are making, then make sure you understand the correct procedure.
The second attempt should be done a day or two later, and this time you should
treat it like a real test, marking your work when finished. (Note: The exams
are long, so you may want to highlight specific questions for use in your second attempt.)
If a file is downloading slowly, or Acrobat is
being difficult, saving the file to your hard drive will clear up the problem.
Right-click the mouse and select "save target as".
*The newest version of
Adobe Reader 9 is required to view the PDF files, and may be downloaded by
Linking to this site:
Educational institutions may link to this site from their website without
requesting permission. Please display the link as www.puremath30.com
Downloading Tips: Most of the files are between 1 - 3
megabytes and take about 30 seconds to download to your computer. Please be
patient! If you get a message saying a link is unavailable, refreshing the page
usually clears that up. You may also wish to save the file on your computer. Make
sure you create a folder to put the files in, as all these lessons will easily
clutter your desktop.
Printing Tips: If you would
like the page to print bigger and fill out the page more, select "none" for page
scaling when the printing window comes up. If your printer is adding color and you wish to print in black and white, the "properties"
button will take you to a screen where you can adjust this setting.
BC - Students taking Principles
of Math 12 in BC go to
Students taking Pre-Calculus
Math 40S in Manitoba go to
Pure Math 30: Explained!
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