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     ALGEBRA 2 

     

    Course #42432

    Full Year

    1 Credit

    Available to Grades 10-12

     

    Algebra 2 provides students with an opportunity for further study of topics from Algebra 1 as well as an introduction to the complex number system, matrices and their applications, and arithmetic and geometric series. Emphasis is given to the representation of a variety of functions as equations, tables of values, and graphs. Functions to be studied include linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, radical, rational, polynomial, and absolute value.  Additionally, students will learn how to solve equations related to the functions noted above. Students will also learn how to collect, organize and represent both univariate and bivariate data.

     

    Prerequisite: Geometry

     

    ALGEBRA 2 

     

    Course #40433

    Full Year

    1 Credit

    Honors

    Available to Grades 10-12

     

    Although the content of this course is the same as that of the College Prep course, this course is intended for students who have consistently exhibited a strong mathematical aptitude.  Expectations relative to quality of work, depth of understanding, and independent learning are higher in this course than the Comprehensive course. This course requires a summer project.

     

    Prerequisite: Geometry with a “B” average or Honors with a “B-” average. Students with lower averages must petition to get into this course.