Mathematics Courses |
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Algebra IThorough study of the fundamentals of algebra including sets, variables and variable equations, number line, and the graphing and solving of both equalities and inequalities. Applications to problem solving, systems of equations and quadratic equations are also included. Recommended for all students pursuing post-secondary education. GeometryPrerequisite: Algebra I recommended Accelerated GeometryThe class moves at a faster rate and covers more material than Geometry 340. (All freshmen who wish to enter into this class will be tested prior to acceptance into the course.) Consumer MathematicsThe study of mathematics as it affects today 's consumer, with a special emphasis on problem-solving skills. Topics such as figuring salaries, w ages, and commissions; charge accounts, savings accounts, and checking accounts; buying houses and cars; loans and mortgages are covered in this course. Algebra II & TrigonometryPrerequisite: Algebra I Extension of the algebraic concepts of Algebra I. Introduction of complex numbers and trigonometry. Additional study of functions and relations is included. Recommended for all students pursuing post-secondary education. Accelerated Algerbra II & TrigonometryPrerequisite: Algebra I Computer Programming (PASCAL)Offered in alternate years (not offered in 2001-02). Advanced MathematicsPrerequisites: Algebra I and II; Geometry highly recommended. AP CalculusPrerequisite: Advanced Mathematics |
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last updated: 21-jun-02 |