### Algebra 1

- ID: 3645

This course aligns to the high school standards for Algebra 1 and formalizes and extends the mathematical concepts. The critical areas include: (1) relationships between quantities and reasoning with equations; (2) linear and exponential relationships; (3) descriptive statistics; (4) expressions and equations; and (5) quadratic functions and modeling. The Standards for Mathematical Practice apply throughout…

### Algebra 2

- ID: 3647

This course extends the study of functions to include: polynomial, rational, and radical functions. The four critical areas are: (1) polynomial, rational, and radical relationships; (2) trigonometric functions; (3) modeling with functions and (4) inferences and conclusions from data. The Standards for Mathematical Practice apply throughout this course and, together with the content standards, prescribe…

### Algebraic Models

- ID: 3650

This course is higher than the level of Algebra II. Course designed for students who have attained Algebra II objectives, Discrete Mathematics topics include the study of polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, rational, right trigonometric, and circular functions and relations and their graphs; set theory; symbolic logic; Boolean algebra; combinatorics; recursion; basic algebraic structures; and graph theory.

### Applied Math

- ID: 3644

This Applied Math course aligns to the high school standards for Mathematics I or Algebra 1 and Geometry with an emphasis on application. The standards are used in a contextual environment. The fundamental purpose of this course is to extend the mathematics that students learned in Mathematics I or Algebra 1 and Geometry through applications….

### Financial Literacy – Math

- ID: 3651

This course provides an understanding of the topics of finance while reinforcing concepts and skills in the high school mathematics standards. This course aligns to at least the Algebra I standards. The finance topics may include: income and careers; money management; credit and debt; and savings and investing. Topic sections cover: personal income, business…

### Geometry

- ID: 3646

This course formalizes and extends geometric concepts by exploring more complex geometric situations and deepening explanations of geometric relationships, moving towards formal mathematical arguments. The six critical areas include: (1) congruence, proof, and constructions; (2) similarity, proof, and trigonometry; (3) extending to three dimensions; (4) connecting algebra and geometry through coordinates; (5) circles with and…

### Pre-Calculus

- ID: 3649

This course is higher than the level of Algebra II. Course combines the study of Trigonometry, Elementary Functions, Analytic Geometry, and Math Analysis topics as preparation for calculus. Topics include the study of complex numbers; polynomial, logarithmic, exponential, rational, right trigonometric, and circular functions, and their relations, inverses and graphs; trigonometric identities and equations; solutions…

### Resource Math 1-3

- ID: 3642

(3 credits) Course taught in a resource center or laboratory setting where the emphasis is on individual student progress, Resource Center Math includes the study of general math topics, such as arithmetic using rational numbers, numeration systems and place value, basic geometry, and basic statistics. These courses also apply these skills to real world problems…

### Trigonometry

- ID: 3648

This course is higher than the level of Algebra II. Course prepares students for eventual work in calculus and include the study the following topics: trigonometric and circular functions; their inverses and graphs; relations among the parts of a triangle; trigonometric identities and equations; solutions of right and oblique triangles; and complex numbers. Enhancement topics:…