Mathematics

Mathematics

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ALGEBRA I

 Course number: 4411 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 9, 10, 11 
Prerequisite: None

 
Course Description:   This course is a study in mathematics referring to such topics as the real number system, variables, polynomials, fractions, and linear equation. Algebra 1 follows Oklahoma’s Priority Academic Student Skill (PASS) and requires a state end of instruction test.

 

INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

Course number:4418 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 10, 11 
Prerequisite: Algebra I (Geometry is recommended) & Teacher Approval

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Algebra 1.5 is designed to prepare students for Algebra II. This course is an extension and broadening of many topics studied in Algebra I. The student will use algebraic concepts, symbols and skills to analyze, represent and solve a variety of problems. Some sections of further study are linear and quadratic equations, radicals, complex numbers, and trigonometric principles.

 

 

 

ALGEBRA II

Course number: 4412 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Algebra I or 1.5 and Geometry or instructor's permission

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: Algebra II is an extension and broadening of many topics studied in Algebra I. Algebra II follows the state of Oklahoma’s priority academic student skills. It is a course that will have the state’s end-of-instruction test. The student will be learning number systems, algebraic operations, rational exponents, polynomial and rational expressions, complex numbers, relations, functions, systems of equations, quadratic equations, exponential and logarithmic functions, polynomial equations, data analysis, statistics, arithmetic and geometric sequences. SCIENTIFIC CALCULATORS ARE REQUIRED.

 

ALGEBRA II (Honors)

Course number: 4792 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Algebra I and Geometry, Teacher Approval

 

COURSE DESCRIPTION: In addition to state requirements for Algebra II, the course will cover basic trigonometric ratios and graphs. This course is more rigorous and preferred for students who are on the college path or wish to pursue a math-related career. GRAPHING CALCULATORS ARE REQUIRED. 

 

PLANE GEOMETRY

Course number: 4530  
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 9, 10, 11, 12 
Prerequisite: Algebra I

 
COURSE DESCRIPTION: In this course, students will cover the following topics: points, lines, angles, proofs, congruent and similar triangles, finding area and perimeter of polygons and circles, ratios and proportions, problems involving circles, and right triangles.

 

 

 COMBINED GEOMETRY (Honors)

Course number: 4520 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Algebra I

 
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Combined Geometry is a combination of plane geometry which is a study of points, lines, planes, and their intersections and unions and some solid geometry.


PRE-CALCULUS

Course number: 4612 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 11, 12
Prerequisite: Geometry and 
Algebra II

 
COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Students with a credit in Calculus or Math Analysis may NOT enroll. Students in this course will study the following concepts: arithmetic progressions and sequences, geometric progressions, and sequences, vector algebra, functional relationships, complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, matrices, trigonometric relations and functions, graphing techniques, circular functions, trigonometric equations and identities, and polar coordinates. GRAPHIC CALCULATOR REQUIRED.  

 

 

CALCULUS (Honors)

Course number
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 11, 12  
Prerequisite: Math Analysis 
or currently enrolled

  
COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students in this course will study the following: limits and the application of differentiation and integration. Will give great background for taking higher level math in college.

 

ELL MATH

Course number: 4630 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Prerequisite: Teacher Approval

 
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare the ESL student for mainstream Algebra I and Geometry. Students are first guided from understanding the whole numbers and basic arithmetic operations to a continual progress and mastery of simple geometry and pre-algebra concepts. Each unit will be taught through the presentation of concepts and essential vocabulary by using models and examples, guided practice and reinforcement exercises.

 

MATH ANALYSIS (Honors)

Course number  
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 11, 12  
Prerequisite: Geometry &  Algebra II


COURSE DESCRIPTION:
Students in this course will study the following concepts: trigonometry, some theory of equations, matrices and vectors, sequences and series, polar coordinates and complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, introductions to calculus-limits, derivatives, and integrals.

 

 

MATH OF FINANACE

Course number: 4770 
Credit: 1 unit
Grade level: 11, 12
Prerequisite: Alg. I or Teacher Permission


COURSE DESCRIPTION: A math course aimed at the student who does not plan to pursue a math career. This is an especially good course for the student who is planning on Tech School or a career straight out of college. You will apply mathematical ideas through business and consumer themes and other math related items which affect you and your family every day. Some basic Algebra I knowledge is needed.

COURSE CONTENT: Mathematics involved in decision making about major purchases such as cars and homes, credit cards and the meanings of different types of charges, budgeting, banking, cost revenue, break-even points, insurance and investments.