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MATHEMATICS

(6 Credits Required)

Math Sequence

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12th

Modern Geometry

Modern Algebra 2

Pre-Calc

Calculus

Algebra

Modern Geometry

Modern Algebra 2

Pre-Calc

Algebra

Geometry

Algebra 2

Algebra 3

Pre-Algebra

Algebra

Geometry

Algebra 2

ALGEBRA (NCAA)

Course Length:

1 Year

Credits:

2

Elective/Required:

Required Option

Grade Level:

9

This is a course extending basic mathematical concepts to the use of variables. Solving problems with an

unknown will also be presented. Students who enroll in this class should have a sound math background. It

provides the fundamentals of a standard algebra course: simplifying variable expressions, solving equations,

graphing linear and quadratic functions, and problem solving.

ALGEBRA 2 (NCAA)

Course Length:

1 Year

Credits:

2

Elective/Required:

Required Option

Prerequisite:

Passing grade in Algebra or Algebra 1B, and Geometry

Grade Level:

11, 12

An elective course for students interested in increasing their proficiency in mathematics. Since algebra is the

basic foundation for many careers, students will find this course expands on topics covered in Algebra

1. Graphing calculators will be used throughout the year. Students are encouraged but not required to purchase

a TI-83 Plus graphing calculator.

ALGEBRA 3 (NCAA)

Course Length:

1 Year

Credits:

2

Elective/Required:

Required Option

Prerequisite:

Passing grade in Algebra 2 or Modern Algebra 2 both semesters

Grade Level:

12

Algebra 3 is an elective course. It is a continuation of many of the same topics included in Algebra 1 and Algebra

2, but at a more complex level. Topics include linear functions and inequalities, quadratics, conics, polynomials

and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear systems, matrices and

determinants. Additional topics may include trigonometry, sequences, series, permutations, combinations and

probability. Students are encouraged to purchase a TI-83 or TI-84 calculator to use during this course.