This course is designed to teach students to properly apply the math concepts for problem solving and develop an understanding of the relationship between algebra problems and real-life situations. The concepts covered will provide the student with an algebraic background that will prepare the student for advanced math and science classes.
The course takes an in-depth look at polynomials, functions, complex numbers, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, and trigonometry.
Prerequisite: Grades of ‘C’ or higher in both Algebra I and Geometry; Purchase of graphing calculator.
This course covers traditional plane geometry, with an emphasis on logic, theorems and proofs. Introductory trigonometry and constructions are included.
Prerequisite: Algebra I
In addition to teaching fundamental concepts of statistics this introductory statistics course fosters student growth in the areas of - Critical thinking, technology usage, working cooperatively in groups, and the use of real data.