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## Math Classes

**| 53000 | (M) | 9 | 2.0**

__Secondary Mathematics I__The main focus of Secondary Mathematics 1 is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learned in the middle grades. Students will gain an understanding of linear relationships, in part by contrasting them with exponential relationships, and in part by applying linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend. Properties and theorems involving congruent figures will be used to deepen and extend understanding of geometric knowledge. Students will have this class for 2 periods and meet on A day and B day.

**53010 | (M) | 9 | 1.0**

__Secondary Mathematics I Honors__|The main focus of Secondary Mathematics 1H is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learned in the middle grades. Students will gain an understanding of linear relationships, in part by contrasting them with exponential relationships, and in part by applying linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend. Properties and theorems involving congruent figures will be used to deepen and extend understanding of geometric knowledge. Matrices will also be studied.

__| 50350 | (M) | 10 | 2.0__

**Secondary Mathematics II**The main focus of Secondary Math II is on quadratic expression, equations, and function sand comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and exponential relationships. Extension of the set of rational numbers and real and complex numbers are introduced so that all quadratics equations can be solved. Students will explore conditional probability and counting methods in making and evaluating decisions. The study of similarity, Pythagorean relationships, and circles. Students will have this class for 2 periods and meet on A day and B day.

__| 50360 | (M) | 10 | 1.0__

**Secondary Mathematics II Honors**The main focus of Secondary Math II is on quadratic expressions, equations, functions and comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and exponential relationships. Extension of the set of rational numbers and real and complex numbers are introduced so that all quadratics equations can be solved. Students will explore conditional probability and counting methods in making and evaluating decisions. The study of similarity, Pythagorean relationships, circles, and the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra, along with additional probability and geometric concepts will also be studied in the honors class so as to prepare students to take AP Calculus their 12th grade year.

**| 50370 | (M) | 11 | 1.0**

__Secondary Mathematics III__The main focus of Secondary Math III is for students to make connections and apply the concepts they learned in Secondary I & II. Students will apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data. They will expand their knowledge of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions. Students will further develop their study of right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles. Finally, they will create geometric and functional models to solve contextual problems.

__| 50380 | (M) | 11 | 1.0__

**Secondary Mathematics III Honors**The main focus of Secondary Mathematics III H is for students to make connections and apply the concepts they learned in Secondary I and II . Students will apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data. They will expand their knowledge of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions. Students will further develop their study of right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles. Finally, they will create geometric and functional models to solve contextual problems. In the honors class, students will extend Secondary Mathematics III concepts to include polynomials with complex numbers, work with the Binomial Theorem, apply laws of trigonometry, and use further extended probability concepts. These extra topics will prepare students to take AP Calculus upon completion of Secondary III H.

__Calculus AP AB__**Math Lab Required**

**|**51350 | (M) | 11-12 | 1.0

*AP Test Fee $97*

*Recommended for Students who have successfully completed Math III Honors*

This is an introduction to differential and integral calculus topics, which are equivalent to a college level Calculus 1 course. The course uses advanced skills in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to analyze real world problems involving movement and variable rates of change. Graphing calculator investigations are an integral part of the course and the AP exam. University credit can be earned with a successful performance on the AP exam.

**Calculus AP Lab AB**

**|**51355 | (E) | 11-12 | 1.0

*Co-requisite: Enrollment in AP Calculus*AB

**Calculus AP BC****Math Lab Required |**51360 | (M) | 11-12 | 1.0

*AP Test Fee $97*

*Recommended for Students who have successfully completed Math III Honors*

This course teaches the extension of the differential and integral calculus topics of Calculus AB, which are equivalent to two semesters of college level Calculus 1 and 2 courses. The course uses advanced skills in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to analyze real world problems involving movement and variable rates of change. This course focuses on the application of calculus using vectors, parametric/polar modeling, and power series. Graphic calculator investigations are an integral part of the course and the AP exam. University credit can be earned with a successful performance on the Advanced Placement exam.

**51365 | (E) | 11-12 | 1.0**

__Calculus AP BC Lab__|*Co-requisite: Enrollment in AP Calculus*BC

**51400 | (M) | 11, 12 | 1.0**

__Statistics AP__|*AP Test Fee $97*

An introductory, non-calculus based college level course which introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data, including exploring data, statistical inference, planning a study, and using probability and simulation to anticipate patterns. Graphing calculators with statistical capabilities are an integral part of the course and of the Advanced Placement exam. University credit can be earned with a successful performance on the Advanced Placement exam. Click here for more info

**| 96501 | (M) | 11,12 | .5 | $**

__Math 1050 (College Algebra)__*Requirements: Must complete Math 1, Math 2 and Math 3 with grades of C and higher and have ACT or accuplacer scores on file with SLCC. ACT Math 23 and Reading 20 or Accuplacer College Math 43 and Reading 71 or SAT Math 540 and Reading 520.*

College Algebra satisfies quantitative literacy requirements for students planning to take calculus. Topics: polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices; conics; sequences and series; and mathematical induction.

*To continue to Math 1060 must have grade of C in Math 1050 or appropriate Accuplacer score.*

## Applied or Advanced Math Courses (AAF-M)

**| 83001 | (AAF-M, CTE) | 9-12 | .5 | $**

__Accounting 1__This course focuses on the importance and need for accurate financial records, both in the world of business as well as in personal lives. Students will know accounting as it relates to careers in the field of finance. They will know accounting terminology (assets, liabilities, expenses, revenue, capital, debit, credit, posting, journalizing, etc.). Skills will include a knowledge of the accounting cycle, entering transactions in journals, posting to ledgers, compiling end of period worksheets, adjusting and closing entries, statements and reports, and completing banking activities. Students will be introduced to computerized accounting. Participation in the FBLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course. A fee may be charged for this class.

**| 83011 | (AAF-M, CTE) | 10-12 | .5 | $**

__Accounting 2__*Prerequisite: Accounting 1*

This course develops advanced skills and builds upon those learned in Accounting 1. Additional skills include dealing with uncollected accounts, calculating depreciation on assets, interpreting financial information, calculating notes and interest, payroll systems and special journals. Students will continue to use computerized accounting. Participation in the FBLA youth organization may be an integral part of this course. A fee may be charged for this class.

**| 81211 | (AAF-M, CTE) | 10-12 | .5**

__Computer Programming 1__*Prerequisite: Secondary Math 1 Required and Exploring Computer Science Recommended*

This is a yearlong course in computer programming using the C language. The course begins with structured programming, progresses to object-oriented programming, and concludes with Windows programming. Participation in the Skills-US youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

**| 81212 | (AAF-M, CTE) | 10-12 | .5**

__Computer Programming 2__*Prerequisite: Computer Programming 1 or Teacher Approval*

This is a course that provides a continued experience in computer studies. Advanced programming techniques are studied to provide more efficient programs capable of performing greater tasks. Advanced use of peripherals is also studied. Participation in the Skills-US youth organization may be an integral part of this course.

**| 51410 | (AAF-M) | 11, 12 | 1.0**

__Intro to Statistics__

**Modern Mathematics****| 51250 | (AAF-M) | 11, 12 | 1.0**

*Prerequisite: Secondary Math 2 and Teacher Recommendation*

This course is designed to help students gain an in-depth understanding of beginning algebra and geometry by engaging in problem solving with practical application problems that help students see their inter-relatedness to arithmetic. Students will work in groups on projects and develop their abilities to calculate percents and proportions; perform unit conversions, solve equations, use formulas, and use calculators and other technology.

**| 96570 | (AAF-M) | 11, 12 | .5 | $**

__Math 1030 (Intermediate and Algebra)__*Prerequisite: Must have completed Math 1, Math 2 and Math 3 with grades of C and higher.*

The focus of the course is on the development of problem-solving skills through the application of various mathematical concepts to real life problems. The intent of this course is to present topics which demonstrate the beauty and utility of mathematics to the general student population. The course covers a broad scope of mathematical topics including: reasoning and number sense, finance matters, mathematical modeling, probability and statistics.

***Concurrent Enrollment Course***

__| 96520 | (AAF-M) | 11, 12 | .5 | $__

**Math 1040 (Statistics)***Prerequisite: Must have completed Math 1, Math 2 and Math 3 with grades of C and higher.*

Descriptive and inferential statistical methods. Emphasis on sampling design; descriptive statistics; linear regression & correlation; probability; sampling distributions; hypothesis testing, and confidence intervals.

***Concurrent Enrollment Course***

**| 96512 | (AAF-M) | 11, 12 | .5 | $**

__Math 1060 (Trigonometry)__*Prerequisite: Juniors/Seniors only:*

*Accuplacer College Math 70. Reading score: 71 ACT Reading 18*

*Requirements: Math 1050 with a grade of C or appropriate Accuplacer score.*

Trigonometric functions and their graphs developed using circular and triangular methods including inverses; polar coordinates; and an introduction to vectors.

***Concurrent Enrollment Course***