|Prerequisite: Junior or Senior with 1 year of math credit
Consumer Math II is designed to develop and sharpen arithmetic skills through an exposure to the wide range of everyday uses for mathematics. This course is also designed to provide pertinent information that students will utilize in everyday living situations. Consumer Math I is not a prerequisite.
Algebra I provides the opportunities for students to develop mathematical concepts in a variety of applications. The emphasis is on the use of algebraic equations to model real data and solve problems. Algebra I provides the means of operating with concepts at an abstract level and then applying them. It gives students the opportunities to represent situations that involve variable quantities with expressions, equations, inequalities, and matrices; use tables and graphs; and solve equations and inequalities. Students successful in Algebra I are able to use statistics, graphing techniques, technology, and estimation to describe the world around them. Students are able to solve equations and inequalities, simplify algebraic expressions, and apply various problem-solving skills. Students in Algebra I integrate reading, writing, speaking, listening, and cooperative learning skills in order to expand their knowledge and apply it to real-life situations.
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