|Prerequisite: Algebra I or IA IB credits or instructor approval
Geometry is designed to provide insight into the properties of geometry and mathematical proofs, which will provide a good foundation for students who may want to take advanced courses. Most of the work is with two dimensional figures with the idea that students can transfer these properties to their three dimensional world.
Prerequisite: 2 Geometry credits or instructor approval
Algebra II enhances the problem-solving process started in Algebra I by continuing to develop the basic and advanced properties of functions and algebra. Algebra II gives students the opportunity to model real data by understanding and applying the algebraic concepts of equations and inequalities, basic relations and functions, polynomials, matrices, conics, and exponential functions. Students in Algebra II are able to describe the world around them by utilizing estimation, technology, graphing techniques, and statistics. Algebra II is designed to meet part of the three-year entrance requirements for mathematics to most colleges. Algebra II provides a valuable background for those entering technical fields and also serves as a useful course for other college-bound students.
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