  # Mathematics

## ALGEBRA A

Topics include literal numbers, formulas, signed numbers, equations, operations with polynomials, graphs of lines, slope, two point formula, systems of linear equations (solutions by graphing, substitution, and elimination method), products of binomials, factoring fractions, and fractional equations.

## ALEGEBRA B/TRIGONOMETRY

This course deals with operations and equations, graphing linear equations, solving systems of linear equations (graphically and elimination of variables) products, factoring, solving quadratic equations, graphic conic sections, and rational number calculations. The trig portion of this course deals with an introduction to the six trig functions solving triangles, radian measure, graphing the trig functions, and solving fundamental identities using the six trigonometric functions.

## Geometry

A course offered to students in grades 11 and 12, geometry deals with problems involving two dimensional aspects of a line, angles, rectangles, triangles, and circles. Through these problems the deductive method is also studied.

## Calculus

Calculus is an advanced level math course open to juniors and seniors with extensive math background. This course deals with functions, limits, differentiation, integration, maximum and minimum values of a function, methods of differentiation, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions as well as applications of calculus.

## Topics in College Algebra

Topics in College Algebra are an advanced level math course open to juniors and seniors who have passed Algebra A, Algebra B, and Geometry. This course deals with the real number system, operations involving radicals, operations involving polynomials, linear equations, linear inequalities, quadratic equations, operations of functions, quadratic functions, linear functions, exponential functions, and logarithms.

## Particular Topics in Foundation Math

This course may be taken by a 12th grade student. This course is a review of basic math skills. Topics will include but are not limited to adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, fractions, equations, check writing, conversions, percentages, and other pre-algebra problems.