This fifth-year math class is a college‑level course of instruction in differential and integral calculus with a primary emphasis on real‑world applications. This course includes a study of limits, functional continuity, derivatives, and integrals with trigonometric, exponential, and logarithmic functions and with multiple variables. It also includes graphing, optimization, differential equations, and slope fields. This […]
Probability and Statistics are designed to prepare students for success in post-secondary careers and statistics courses and in a world where knowledge of data analysis, statistics, and probability is necessary to make informed decisions in areas such as health, economics, and politics. In Probability and Statistics, students build on the conceptual knowledge and skills they […]
This course provides a modern, integrated treatment of the basic concepts of algebra, trigonometry, analytic geometry, and pre‑calculus. There will be a review of trigonometry including solving triangles and applications. The student will study the properties of special functions (the natural logarithm and the exponential function), complex numbers, the binomial theorem, special series, conics, matrices, […]
This course follows Algebra 2/Trigonometry and builds on that course to provide a foundation for Calculus. The course will build on the student’s knowledge of Algebra and extend their understanding of equations, inequalities, functions, and graphs. This is followed by an in-depth study of polynomial, rational, inverse, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Finally, the student will […]
In this course, the student continues a study of algebraic functions including solving for multiple unknowns and different factoring methods. The student will study complex numbers, graphs of quadratics, conic sections, matrices, special series, rational expressions, exponential functions, and logarithms. The student will also study trigonometric functions, identities, and graphs.
This course is an extension of Algebra 1 in which all major concepts are reconsidered and then expanded to include more difficult applications. Topics to be covered include but are not limited to functions and relations irrational numbers, conic sections, exponential functions, complex numbers, logarithms, trig functions, acute angles, and right triangles radian measure and […]
This course is an advanced study of theorems and postulates of plane Euclidean Geometry with an emphasis on the development of logical thinking. This course will cover the same content as Geometry, but with a higher level of exploration and geometrical relationships and applications. This course will also include third-dimensional applications to enhance the student’s […]
This course is a study of theorems and postulates of plane Euclidean geometry with an emphasis on the development of logical thinking. This course will include the writing of proofs, calculation of area for regular polygons, surface area and volume for simple solids, and an introduc¬tion to Trigonometry ratios in solving triangles. This course is […]
This course gives an introduction to real numbers, rational numbers, square roots, and graphing. Problem-solving is emphasized through linear equations, polynomials, equations, and quadratic equations.
Recognize and write 0 – 1,000,000,000,000: Word names; roman numerals; place value Compare even and odd, prime and composite numbers Round to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand Counting to 100,000 by 5s, 10s, 100s, 1,000s, 10,000s, and 10,000 Counting to 50 by 2s, 30 by 3s, 40 by 4s, 60 by 6s, 70 by […]