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**Math**

## Classes

#### Note: Available class materials can be accessed by clicking on the course description.

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Qualifying score on math assessment

__Teacher__: Rachel Haislet

__Prerequisite__: Qualifying score on math assessment

#### This course is a college preparatory class that aims to develop understanding and computational skills using the real number system. Students are exposed to the language of mathematics. A variety of functions are explored with emphasis on linear equations and the different methods for solving equations. UC/CSU

#### Algebra IA Syllabus

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “C” in Algebra 1A

__Teacher__: Rachel Haislet

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “C” in Algebra 1A

#### This course is the second year of a two-year paced algebra program. A variety of functions are explored with an emphasis on polynomial and quadratic functions. Emphasis is also given to simplifying rational and radical expressions. The depth of instruction and pace of this course is designed for students who need to spend additional time in learning algebra concepts. UC/CSU

#### Algebra IB Syllabus

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Qualifying score on math assessment

__Teacher__: Rachel Haislet

__Prerequisite__: Qualifying score on math assessment

#### Algebra I is a college-preparatory course that aims to develop understanding and computational skills using the real number system. A variety of functions are explored with emphasis on linear and quadratic functions. Relevant problems are solved with the use of appropriate technology. UC/CSU

#### Algebra 1 Syllabus

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “C” in Algebra I or qualifying score on math assessment

__Teacher__: Jon Sugimoto

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “C” in Algebra I or qualifying score on math assessment

#### This course applies a deductive approach to learning the principles of geometry. Emphasis is put on problem solving, visual patterns and proofs. Topics covered are angles, congruent and similar triangles, circles, polygons, area, volume, and Pythagorean Theorem. UC/CSU

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “C” in both Algebra I and Geometry

__Teacher__: Jon Sugimoto

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “C” in both Algebra I and Geometry

#### Algebra II reviews topics from Algebra I and goes into greater detail covering linear and quadratic functions. Other topics covered are powers and roots, complex numbers, conic sections and exponential and logarithmic functions. UC/CSU

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in second semester Algebra I and minimum grade “B” in geometry.

__Teacher__:

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in second semester Algebra I and minimum grade “B” in geometry.

#### This course covers all of the topics in Algebra II in addition to an introduction to trigonometry. UC/CSU

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in second semester Algebra II or minimum grade of “C” in Algebra II/Trig

__Teacher__: Carol Johnson

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in second semester Algebra II or minimum grade of “C” in Algebra II/Trig

#### Topics from Algebra II/Trig are looked at from the perspective of function analysis with an eye toward application to calculus. Topics include polynomials, rational functions, trigonometric concepts and functions, vectors, complex variables and the exponential and log functions. UC/CSU

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in second semester Pre-Calculus

__Teacher__: Carol Johnson

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in second semester Pre-Calculus

#### This is a first semester college-level calculus course that is designed to span one year for the qualified high school student. This course covers concepts of limit, derivative, definite integrals and indefinite integrals. Students are expected to use high-level thinking skills and perform academically at a college-level. Lessons will be taught through the means of lectures, group discussions and projects. Students may earn college credit if they pass the Advanced Placement exam given in the spring. UC/CSU

**Two Semesters**

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in Algebra II Trigonometry

__Teacher__: Joan Rickard

__Prerequisite__: Minimum grade of “B” in Algebra II Trigonometry

#### The purpose of the AP course in statistics is to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing and drawing conclusions from data. Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes: 1) Exploring data: describing patterns and departures from patterns; 2) Sampling and experimentation: planning and conducting a study; 3) Anticipating patterns: exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation; 4) Statistical inference: estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses. Students who successfully complete the course and exam may receive credit, advanced placement or both for a one-semester introductory college statistics course. UC/CSU

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