Pre Calculus is a thorough development of equations, functions, their graphs, domains, ranges, and composites of functions. Families of functions studied include: exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, rational, trigonometric. Relevant applications offer the opportunity to apply the learning of each of the family of functions. Trigonometry is the study of ratios based on circles and triangles using both degree and radian angle measure. Students study trigonometric equations and the applications of periodic functions in a wide variety of fields. The law of sines and the law of cosines are used to solve for unknowns in triangles. Students learn how to graph polar coordinates, convert from rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates, and use polar coordinates to study powers and roots of complex numbers. Students will apply their knowledge of trigonometry to the study of vectors and their applications. Finally, students will be introduced to sequences and series and problems that can be solved using sequences and series.
Pre-requisite: Successful Completion of Math 3/teachers recommendation/completion of Challenge Up works in Math 2 NOTESA Texas Instrument (TI) graphing calculator is required. This course is a prerequisite for AP Calculus.
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Math 3  is a year-long course that will continue the work of Mathematics 2 with the use of real data and modeling using families of functions. This course emphasizes modeling real situations using arithmetic and geometric sequences, linear, exponential, power, root, logarithmic, polynomial, rational, and trigonometric functions. Students will expand on knowledge of quadratics by studying the four conic sections. Students will revisit logarithmic functions as inverse to exponential functions and practice properties of exponents and logarithms as part of the work of the course. Geometric concepts include coordinate geometry and the study of circles and their properties. Students will also complete a unit of study on statistical methods that take variability into account and support informed decisions through quantitative studies designed to answer specific questions.

Pre-requisites: Successful Completion of Math 2

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