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Algebra 1 (Semesters 1 & 2)
In this set of courses, students will study the properties of numbers, the use of variables, methods of solving equations, and problem solving. Students will develop an understanding to investigate questions related to rational numbers, signed number work, order of operations, variable representations, simplifying rational expressions, setting up and solving linear, exponential and quadratic equations, reading and interpreting information from a coordinate graph, and setting up coordinate graphs representing linear, exponential, and quadratic functions.
Algebra 2 & Trig (Semesters 1 & 2)
In this course students will review algebra skills and extend them in the areas of functions, number systems, and problem solving. Students will also be introduced to analytic geometry and to general right triangle trigonometry. Extensions into more advanced trigonometry are also developed.
Geometry (Semesters 1 & 2)
In this set of courses, you will study the properties and relationships of objects; students will geometric intuition as well as the ability to reason logically. Students will develop an understanding to investigate questions related to geometric properties of area, perimeter, and volume; solving special properties of triangles related to their angles and the length of their sides; solving special properties of specific quadrilaterals and other polygons; developing a logical progression of statements to prove or disprove conjectures; working with Euclidean properties and axions; solving right triangle trigonometry ratios and applying the Pythagorean Theorem; solving special properties of pyramids, cones, and other special 3 dimensional figures.
Statistics (Semesters 1 & 2)
Statistics courses introduce the study of likely events and the analysis, interpretation, and presentation of quantitative data. Course topics generally include basic probability and statistics: discrete probability theory, odds and probabilities, probability trees, populations and samples, frequency tables, measures of central tendency, and presentation of data (including graphs). Course topics may also include normal distribution and measures of variability.
Pre-calculus (Semester 1)
Precalculus is a rigorous study of mathematics topics leading to calculus, this course involves the study of vectors and matrices, trigonometry, functions and graphing, sequences and series, limits, and probability.
Pre-calculus (Semester 2)
This course continues a student’s study of important mathematics topics leading to calculus. As indicated in the description of MA701, the study of trigonometry and functions and graphs are expanded in this course.
Calculus (Semester 1)
This course represents the study of a college level calculus course. Topics included in this study are functions, graphs, limits, and the introduction of a derivative.
Calculus (Semester 2)
This course continues the study of a college level calculus course. Topics include a continuation of the study of derivatives (particularly for polynomial functions) and integration. Applications involving derivatives and integrals are extensively studied. Applications involving physics are extensively addressed.