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    High School Mathematics Courses & Adopted Resources

    Algebra 1-2 (Year)

    This course includes formal mathematics concepts such as polynomial operations, linear, exponential and quadratic equations, as well as the study of statistics and geometry from an algebraic perspective.  Emphasis is placed on studying algebra in context through problem solving and real-life applications.

    Adopted Resource: Algebra I (HMH 2015)

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    Geometry 1-2 (Year)

    This course deals with plane and solid geometry as well as transformational geometry and their applications.  Geometry will be studied from an algebraic and non-algebraic perspective, including strategies on geometric proofs.  PREREQUISITE: Geometry 1-2

    Adopted Resource: Geometry (HMH 2015)

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    Algebra Applications (Year)

    This course includes the study of sequences and series, functions and their inverses, complex numbers and radical, quadratic, rational and exponential functions.  Students should be proficient with linear equations and prepared to study math in context.  NOTE: Algebra Applications does not fulfill university admission requirements.  PREREQUISITE: Geometry 1-2

    Adopted Resource: Algebra II (HMH 2015)

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    Algebra 3-4 (Year)

    This course includes the study of algebraic expressions, functions and relations, systems of equations and inequalities including compound inequalities, exponential and logarithmic equations, polynomial, rational, radical, and exponential functions as well as the graphs of absolute value and piece-wise functions.  Success in this course will prepare students for entry in Precalculus, College Algebra, College Math, Trigonometry, or Probability and Statistics.  PREREQUISITE: Geometry 1-2

    Adopted Resource: Algebra II (HMH 2015)

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    HONORS Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    Financial Math (Semester)

    This course includes the study of the complex financial world students will encounter in their lives including taxes, bankruptcy, investing, hedge funds, as well as personal financial topics like loans (car, college, home and pay day loans), insurance, credit card purchases, loan refinancing, financial software, budgeting, and retirement planning.  This is a project based course.  PREREQUISITE: Algebra Applications or Algebra 3-4

    Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    Probability and Statistics (Semester)

    This course is designed to develop a greater understanding and appreciation for and skill in applying statistical techniques in the decision-making process.  Topics include: descriptive statistics, probability, and statistical inference.  Practical examples based on real data are used throughout the course.  Students will plan and conduct experiments or surveys and analyze the resulting data.  PREREQUISITE: Algebra Applications or Algebra 3-4

    Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    College Math (Semester)

    This course includes the study of topics traditionally not included in algebra based courses.  Topics include set theory, logic, counting methods, probability, statistics, and personal finance management.  This course is aligned to MAT142 at the community college and is available for dual enrollment credit at some sites.  Community college tuition applies.  PREREQUISITE: Algebra Applications or Algebra 3-4

    Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    College Algebra (Semester)

    This course includes the study of direct, inverse, joint, and indirect variation, linear regression, functions and relations, systems of both linear and non-linear equations, conices, matrices, logarithmic functions, exponential growth and decay, radical and rational expressions and equations, domain, range, and polynomial expressions, equations, and graphs.  This course is aligned to MAT151 at the community college and is available for dual enrollment at some sites.  Community college tuition applies.  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 3-4

    Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    Trigonometry (Semester)

    This course includes the study of right triangle trigonometry, graphs, the law of sines and cosines, unit circle, trigonometric functions and their graphs, inverse trigonometric functions and their graphs, and trigonometric forms of complex numbers.  This course is aligned to MAT182 at the community college and is available for dual enrollment credit at some sites.  Community college tuition applies.  PREREQUISITE: Algebra 3-4

    Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    Precalculus Honors (Year)

    This course is designed to develop an abstract understanding of a variety of mathematical topics including trigonometry, limiting processes, logarithms, vectors, and matrices.  This course is aligned to MAT187 at the community college and is available for dual enrollment credit at some sites.  Community college tuition applies.  PREREQUISITE: Placement Criteria

    Adopted Resource: MathXL (Pearson 2013)

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    AP Statistics (Year)

    This is a standard college Probability and Statistics course.  Enrolled students are expected to take the AP exam.  PREREQUISITE: Placement Criteria

    Adopted Resource:  The Practice of Statistics for the AP® Exam 5e (BFW 2014)

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    AP Calculus AB (Year)

    This is a standard college Calculus course.  Enrolled students are expected to take the AP exam.  Differentiation and integration involving polynomial, exponential, and logarithmic, and trigonometric functions with practical applications will be a major part of the course content.  This course is aligned to MAT221 at the community college and is available for dual enrollment credit at some sites.  Community college tuition applies.  PREREQUISITE: Placement Criteria

    Adopted Resource: Calculus for AP (Cengage 2017)

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    AP Calculus BC (Year)

    This is the second year of the standard college Calculus course.  Enrolled students are expected to take the AP exam and may receive both AB and BC credit.  This course is aligned to MAT231 at the community college and is available for dual enrollment credit at some sites.  Community college tuition applies.  PREREQUISITE: Placement Criteria

    Adopted Resource: Calculus for AP (Cengage 2017)

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    ELECTIVES (Not for Mathematics Credit)

    Math Lab (Year)

    This clinical math lab is reserved for students enrolled in AIMS related classes.  The focus will be to reinforce and practice skills.  This clinical course provides the skills to meet math proficiency on AIMS and may be required for students not currently meeting the standards on the math portion of AIMS.  Student AIMS results are used to determine proficiency and may determine course placement.  PREREQUISITE: Placement Criteria