Geometry is a course that explores properties, measurements, and relationships of points, lines, surfaces, and solids in space. Students integrate technology and knowledge of Algebra 1 with Euclidean geometry concepts to solve real world problems.
Algebra II (3141)
This course is designed to build on algebraic and geometric concepts. It develops advanced algebra skills such as systems of equations, advanced polynomials, quadratics, radical functions, and operations with matrices. This course also introduces Statistics such as random sampling and different distributions. The content of this course are important for students’ success on both the ACT and college mathematics entrance exams.
Advanced Algebra II – CP (3142)
This is an accelerated course. Most of the topics are the same as those found in Algebra II but are covered more rapidly and in greater depth. Students will also encounter extra topics such as rational functions, logarithms, and imaginary and complex numbers.
Business Math (3143)
This course includes mathematics of finance; mathematics of trade, payroll, taxes, insurance, and elementary statistics. Course includes: performing arithmetic calculations with fractions, decimals, and percent’s; determining simple and compound interest, annuity, and loan payments; calculating insurance premiums and taxes; and analyzing and interpreting a given data set using elementary statistical techniques.
This course is designed for the advanced math student planning to attend a 4-year college. Topics covered include: trigonometric functions, logarithms, rational functions, conic sections, sequences and series, and graphing families of functions.
Consumer Math (3161)
Math skills needed to survive as an intelligent consumer in today's society will be developed in Consumer Math. Topics will include the mathematics of personal income, buying a car and related expenses, purchasing various types of insurance, housing, unit pricing, discounts and markups, banking, budgeting, investments, taxes, travel and fitness. All juniors and seniors would benefit by taking this course.
Calculus – CCP (3171)
A study of limits, derivatives, and integration, considered analytically, numerically and graphically.
Medical Math (3181)
Compute with fractions, decimals, percentages, and solve allied health applications; convert within and between metric, household and apothecary systems; read and interpret allied health graphs, labels and forms; calculate and apply statistical concepts; solve problems involving scientific notation.
Technical Math (3191)
Solve applications in technology and geometry; convert within and between metric and English systems of measurement; read and interpret measurement tools and gauges; simplify algebraic expressions, solve linear equations and graph linear equations.
Pre-Calculus – CCP (3200)
Algebraic and graphical study of linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, radical exponential, logarithmic, piecewise functions. Solving equations and systems of equations. Trig functions, equations angles/triangles, identities and vectors.