## Mathematics Courses

**Course Title: Pre-Algebra**

**Course Number: 27.0470028****Course Number: 27.0470098****Course Number: 27.8470008****Course Number: 27.8470098**

**Pre-requisite: None****Recommended Grade Level: 7 – 11****Description: Pre-Algebra builds on skills learned in arithmetic class and progresses into learning and using skills necessary for academic success in Algebra I. Areas studied include algebraic properties, integers, solving and graph equations and inequalities, operations with rational numbers, factoring, exponents, ratio and proportions, percents, and interpreting statistical data.**

**Course Title: Statistics**

**Course Number: 27.0540028****Course Number: 27.8510008****Course Number: 27.8510028**

**Pre-requisite:**Algebra I**Recommended Grade Level: 11 – 12****Description: Emphasizes developing statistical concepts through data exploration and analysis; covers summarizing data, median, mean, quartiles and outliers; organizing and displaying data through tables, graphs, and plots. Included concepts are estimating probabilities, the relationship between estimated and theoretical probabilities, sampling and randomness, using computer and other types of simulations and experiments.**

**Course Title: Algebra I A/B**

**Algebra IA**

**Algebra IB**

**Course Number: 27.0610038**

**Course Number: 27.8610018 Course Number: 27.8610028****Course Number: 27.8610038 Course Number: 27.8610048**

**Course Number: 27.0610018 Course Number: 27.0610028**

**Course Number: 27.0610078**

**Course Number: 27.0610088****Pre-requisite: Pre-Algebra****Recommended Grade Level: 9 – 10****Description: Algebra I is the first course in the college preparatory sequence for mathematics. Algebra I is taught as a two semester (year-long) course with students required to pass the first semester course, Algebra IA in order to take the second semester course, Algebra IB. Students enrolled in Algebra I should have passed Pre-Algebra. Algebra I covers solving equations, solving systems of equations, variable and polynomial expressions, factoring polynomials, working with exponents, inequalities, rational expressions, and graphing linear equations.**

**Course Title: Euclidean Geometry**

**Course Number: 27.0630038****Pre-requisite: Algebra I****Recommended Grade Level: 10 – 12****Description: Euclidean Geometry is a college-prep course that will expand the student's understanding of geometry beyond just the concept of deductive reasoning. This course will stress a variety of geometric applications through enhancing visual understanding of geometry and the use of algebraic skills and concepts.**

**Course Title: Algebra II**

**Course Number: 27.0640038****Course Number: 27.0640098****Pre-requisite: Algebra I****Recommended Grade Level: 9 – 12****Description: Algebra II initially reviews and then extends the concepts from Algebra I. Included among these topics are: the basic operations with real numbers and polynomials, solving equations and inequalities, linear functions, factoring polynomials, and simplifying rational expressions. Also included in the Algebra II curriculum is the study irrational and complex numbers, quadratic equations and analytic geometry.**

**Course Title: Advanced Algebra & Trigonometry**

**Course Number: 27.0650038****Pre-requisite: Algebra II and Euclidean Geometry****Recommended Grade Level: 11 – 12****Description: Algebra III and Trigonometry is a synchronized combination of advanced algebra, trigonometry, elementary analysis, and analytical geometry. It is intended to provide a strong foundation for the student to succeed in higher mathematics courses such as calculus and discrete mathematics. Particular emphasis is placed on trigonometric functions, conic sections, sequences, series, and the field of complex numbers and vectors and matrices.**

**Course Title: Mathematical Money Management**

Course Number: 27.0530028

Course Number: 27.8530008

Course Number: 27.8530028

Pre-requisite: Algebra I

Recommended Grade Level: 11 – 12

Course Number: 27.0530028

Course Number: 27.8530008

Course Number: 27.8530028

Pre-requisite: Algebra I

Recommended Grade Level: 11 – 12

Description: Mathematical Money Management concepts include earning money, budgeting, banking, housing, taxes, purchasing, savings, investments, insurance, borrowing, consumer rights and responsibilities, travel, recreation and vacations. This course will also include a unit on the geometry concepts of basic geometric figures, congruence, similarity, right triangles, circles, polygons, and coordinate geometry.

Description: Mathematical Money Management concepts include earning money, budgeting, banking, housing, taxes, purchasing, savings, investments, insurance, borrowing, consumer rights and responsibilities, travel, recreation and vacations. This course will also include a unit on the geometry concepts of basic geometric figures, congruence, similarity, right triangles, circles, polygons, and coordinate geometry.

**Course Title: Algebra III**

**Course Number: 27.0661038****Pre-requisite: Algebra II and Euclidean Geometry****Recommended Grade Level: 11 – 12****Description: Algebra III is a college prep course designed to expand on traditional algebraic and geometric topics and concepts to explore advanced algebra concepts such as non-linear equations, conic sections, and imaginary and complex numbers. The topics and concepts are approached using numerical methods and appropriate technology with stress given to realistic problem solving.**