Advanced Mathematics I
Course Description: The Advanced Mathematics I course extends students’ understanding of functions and real numbers and increases the tools the students have for modeling the real world. The course includes a review of linear equations and inequalities as well as the study of quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, and trigonometric functions and their inverses. In the Advanced Mathematics I course, students are expected to engage in math modeling and hands-on activities with an emphasis on graph analysis and problem-solving. New topics will be introduced in a variety of methods, including self-discovery activities, group projects, presentations, and class discussions. Technology will be used to introduce and expand upon the areas of study listed above.
Teacher: Emily Hinman
Credit: 1 Credit (10 Units)
Length: 1 Year
Grade Level(s): Secondary Ill or IV