"But it is impossible to divide a cube into two cubes, or a fourth power into fourth powers, or generally any power beyond the square into like powers; of this I have found a remarkable demonstration. This margin is too narrow to contain it." ~ Pierre de Fermat
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20182019 Course Syllabus 
Advanced Algebra
Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra 2 Recommended Grade Level: 12th grade Description: This course is designed for college bound students who expect to take a mathematics placement test. This is a standard course in college algebra. Algebra I Prerequisite: none Recommended Grade Level: 9th – 10th Description: This course emphasizes the study of linear relationships, including systems of equations with three unknowns, formalized function notation, and the development of bivariate data analysis. Additionally, students will explore exponential and quadratic function families including rules of exponentiation, and use of standard and vertex forms for quadratic equations. Students will also develop their knowledge of power and polynomial patterns of change and the applications they model. A student will receive one required math credit upon successful completion of this course. Algebra II Prerequisite: successful completion of Geometry (may be taken concurrently by departmental permission) Recommend Grade Level: 11th – 12th Description: This course emphasizes the study of exponential and logarithmic functions and further enlarges the catalog of function families to include rational and trigonometric functions. Additionally, students will extend the numeric and logarithmic ideas of accuracy, error, sequences, and iteration. Applications of conic sections and statistics are also studied. A student will receive one required math credit upon successful completion of this course. Honors Algebra II Prerequisite: successful completion of Geometry (may be taken concurrently by departmental permission) Recommend Grade Level: 11th – 12th Description: This course covers all topics of Algebra II but at a deeper conceptual level. It emphasizes the study of exponential and logarithmic functions and further enlarges the catalog of function families to include rational and trigonometric functions. Additionally, students will extend the numeric and logarithmic ideas of accuracy, error, sequences, and iteration. Applications of conic sections and statistics are also studied. A student will receive one required math credit upon successful completion of this course. APCalculus Prerequisite: successful completion of PreCalculus Recommended Grade Level: 12th Description: This course emphasizes application of derivatives and integrals in problem solving at a AP level. Additionally, students will study limits, differentiation techniques, related rates, and optimization. A student will receive one elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. If enrolled in this course, the student will get the opportunity to take the Calculus AB Exam in may. Business Math Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra II Recommended Grade Level: 12th Description: This course emphasizes applications of mathematics in business. Students will be exposed to financial and economic concepts in business and personal life. Additionally, technology (calculators or Internet) will be used for data collection, computations, and projects. Students will study the stock market, banking, credit, and the tax system. A student will receive one elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. Calculus 2 Prerequisite: successful completion of AP Calculus Recommended Grade Level: 12th Description: This course emphasizes application of derivatives and integrals in problem solving at a AP level. Additionally, students will study limits, differentiation techniques, related rates, and optimization. A student will receive one elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. If enrolled in this course, the student will get the opportunity to take the Calculus AB/BC Exam in may. Consumers Math Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra II Recommended Grade Level: 12th Description: Geometry Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra I (may be taken concurrently by departmental permission) Recommended Grade Level: 10th – 11th Description: This course emphasizes analytic and spatial reasoning, applying knowledge about twodimensional figures to threedimensional figures in realworld contexts. Additionally, students will study right triangle trigonometry, coordinate geometry, formal logic and proof to develop deductive reasoning skills. A student will receive one required math credit upon successful completion of this course. PreCalculus Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra II Recommended Grade Level: 12th Description: This course emphasizes algebra concepts and procedures at higher conceptual levels, as a tool, and in the study of other subjects. The theory and applications of trigonometry and functions are developed in depth. Additionally, vectors, matrices, and polar coordinates are introduced. Families of functions will be used for modeling and solving realworld problems. PreCalculus is strongly recommended for all college bound students. A student will receive one elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. Honors PreCalculus Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra II and recommendation from math instructor Recommended Grade Level: 12th Description: This course covers similar concepts are Precalculus regular, but more in depth. This course emphasizes algebra concepts and procedures at higher conceptual levels, as a tool, and in the study of other subjects. The theory and applications of trigonometry and functions are developed in depth. Additionally, vectors, matrices, and polar coordinates are introduced. Families of functions will be used for modeling and solving realworld problems. Honors PreCalculus is strongly recommended for all college bound students and students who are interested in pursuing higher mathematics . A student will receive one elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. Probability and Statistics I Prerequisite: successful completion of Algebra I Recommended Grade Level: 10th – 11th Description: This course emphasizes methods for summarizing data, introduces students to mathematical models for random phenomena, and provides the tools for decision making under uncertainty. Additionally, technology (calculators or statistical software) will be used for computations, graphing, and running simulations. A student will receive a half elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. Probability and Statistics II Prerequisite: successful completion of Probability and Statistics I Recommended Grade Level: 11th – 12th Description: This course further emphasizes summarizing data, mathematical models, and decision making. Additionally, students will study concepts of sampling, normal distributions, and bias. A student will receive a half elective math credit upon successful completion of this course. 