• Algebra I-11120V

    This course will be completed over one semester. The fundamental purpose of Algebra I is to formalize and extend the mathematics that students learned in elementary school. In this course students will: deepen and extend understanding of solving equations and systems, compare the difference in behaviors between linear and non-linear relationships, engage in methods of analyzing, solving and using quadratic functions, and apply linear models to data that exhibit a linear trend. Competency in Algebra I is a state university admission requirement.

    Prerequisites:  None
    Credits:  1 academic credit

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  • Geometry-11200V

    This course will be completed over one semester. In this course students will: establish criteria for congruence and similarity of geometric figures, develop understanding of informal explanations of circumference, area, and volume formulas, prove geometric theorems, and solve problems involving right triangles. Competency in Geometry is a state university admission requirement.

    Prerequisites:  Algebra I academic credit
    Credits:  1 academic credit

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  • Geometry H-11240V

    Geometry Honors will be completed over one semester. In this course students will: establish criteria for congruence and similarity of geometric figures, develop understanding of informal explanations of circumference, area, and volume formulas, prove geometric theorems, and solve problems involving right triangles. This course includes additional content standards beyond those in 11200 Geometry. Students must earn 70% or higher in this course to receive a core mathematics credit, and Geometry Honors replaces Geometry as a state university admission requirement.

    Prerequisites:  Algebra I academic credit
    Credits:  1 academic credit

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  • Algebra II-11220V

    This course will be completed over one semester. In this course students will: extend the real number system to the complex number system, solve and interpret solutions to a variety of equations, inequalities, and systems of equations, demonstrate competency graphing and interpreting functions, and extend simple and compound probability calculations to conditional probability. Students must earn 60% or higher in this course to receive a core mathematics credit. Competency in Algebra II is a state university admission requirement.

    Prerequisites:  Geometry academic credit
    Credits:  1 academic credit

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  • College Algebra H-11344V

    College Algebra Honors will be completed over one semester. In this course students will extend their knowledge of algebra by applying and manipulating various types of equations. Specific topics include systems of equations and inequalities, conic sections, polynomials, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions, and matrices. This course meets one of the four requirements for university admission. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College District for this course at high schools offering this option.

    Prerequisites:  3 academic math credits
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • College Mathematics-11230V

    This course will be completed over one semester. In this course students will understand how mathematics is used in our daily lives and its affects around the world. An emphasis on understanding mathematical concepts and their applications through topics including set theory, probability, statistics, finance, and geometry. This course meets one of the four requirements for university admission. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College District for this course at high schools offering this option.

    Prerequisites:  3 academic math credits
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • Financial Algebra-11231V

    This course will be completed over one semester. In this course students will combine algebraic and graphical approaches with practical business and personal finance applications to show how algebraic thinking patterns are essential for success in today's finance and business dealings. Students will learn about investments, credit, automobile expenses, insurance, income tax, household budgeting, and more. This course meets one of the four requirements for university admission.

    Prerequisites:  3 academic math credits
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • PreCalculus H-11440V

    Pre-Calculus Honors will be completed over one semester. It extends the study of functions from Algebra II. In this course students will verify trigonometric identities and use them to solve trigonometric equations. Additional topics include partial fractions, vectors, linear velocity, angular velocity, and both arithmetic and geometric sequences and series. This course meets one of the four requirements for university admission. Students must earn 70% or higher to be eligible to take the next level honors course. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College District for this course at high schools offering this option.

    Prerequisites:  3rd credt Math course
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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  • Brief Calculus H-11346V

    Brief Calculus Honors will be completed over one semester. It is a non-trigonometric review of algebra topics, functions, and graphs. In this course students will be introduced to limits, differentiation and integration with emphasis on business applications. This course meets one of the four requirements for university admission. Dual credit may be obtained from the Maricopa Community College District for this course at high schools offering this option.

    Prerequisites: College Algebra H or Precalculus H
    Credits:  1 elective credit

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