Integrated Math 3
This course provides a reinforcement of amth skills necessary for students to successfully complete Algebra 2. Selected topics from algebra and geometry will be interwoven with introductory Algebra 2 math skills for students who may benefit from this course before taking Algebra 2.
Algebra 2 reinforces concepts of Algebra I and includes relations and functions, polynomial functions, and exponential and logarithmic functions. An emphasis will include applications of algebra in problem solving. This course provides opportunities for students to develop the math skills needed for success in their career and in Algebra 3, pre-calculus, or statistics.
In this course, students will explore and solve mathematical problems, think critically, and communicate mathematical ideas clearly. Further exploration of topics from algebra, geometry, logical reasoning, measurements, statistics, and probability will be studied. This course provides opportunities for students to develop the math skills needed for success in their career and in pre-calculus, calculus, and statistics.
Geometry is the mathematical study of our physical world. Geometry includes the study of points, lines, planes, circles, angles, triangles, rectangles, area, and volume. Geometry helps to develop the ability to think critically while concepts are applied to real life situations.
This course is intended to serve the needs of students who have completed Algebra 2 to prepare them for a successful career and college experience. The course focuses on reinforcing and extending skills in number sense, algebra, functions, probability, and statistics, with a further emphasis on the use of application-based experiences involving decision making in an every day and/or professional setting.
This course allows students to explore elements of trigonometry, functions, series and sequences, logarithms, algebra, and geometry in preparation for advanced coursework in calculus at either the high school or college level. Students are strongly encouraged to obtain a graphing calculator. Students who meet CCP requirements may take this course for college and high school credit.
Calculus is a college level course in introductory calculus that includes concepts in elementary functions. It is intended for students who have a thorough knowledge of college preparatory mathematics, including algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus. A graphing calculator is required for this course. Students who meet CCP requirements may take this course for college and high school credit.
This full-year course studies the collection, organization, interpretation and analysis of data that apply to the real world, such as economic, scientific, athletic and political situations. There will be a focus on standard normal distributions, hypothesis testing, and correlation and causation. This course has a pre-requisite of Alegbra 2.