**2000 – – CALCULUS CCC – – 1 High School Credit – – 4 CCC Credits**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Math 12 or teacher approval to take this course.

This course is an introduction to the basic concepts of differential and integral calculus. Course topics include limits and continuity, differentiation and its applications including curve sketching, indefinite and definite integrals, the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus, anti-derivatives and integrals of the trigonometric functions. The use of a graphic calculator is required for this course to further the exploration of these functions and their applications.

**2002 – – FINITE MATHEMATICS CCC – – ½ High School Credit – – 3 CCC Credits**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of the entire Math B course or Algebra II.

This course emphasizes mathematical skills and techniques applicable to business, life sciences and social sciences. Topics include linear functions, linear programming, sets, counting, combinational analysis, advanced graphing, finance and the use of graphing calculators.

**2003 – – STATISTICS CCC – – ½ High School Credit – – 3 CCC Credits**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of the entire Math B course or Algebra II.

Descriptive and inferential statistics form the core of this course, along with real world problems that will assist students to better understand the various applications of statistics. Topics include data collection, measures of central tendency and dispersion, linear correlation, sampling distributions and hypothesis testing. Calculator and computer applications will be integrated into this course.

**2020 – – MATH 12 – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of the entire Math B course or Algebra II.

This course is pre-calculus. Repeat topics from previous math courses will be more difficult and more in-depth. Topics include Functions, Equations, Graphs, Trigonometry, Polar Coordinates, Conics, Sequences, Exponents and Logarithms.

**2005 – – ADVANCED ALGEBRA – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Enrollment by teacher recommendation.

This Regents level course follows the Algebra course curriculum (2006) at a more rigorous level.

**2006 – – ALGEBRA – – 2 High School Credits
2008**

This Regents level course explores the solution of first degree algebraic equations and inequalities and their applications in word problems, operations with polynomials, trigonometry, quadratics, exponential functions, coordinate geometry, systems of equations, probability and statistics. – –

**2009 – – ADVANCED ALGEBRA HONORS – – 1 High School Credit**

This Regents level course follows the Algebra course curriculum (2006) with a greater emphasis on theory and at a more rigorous level.

**2011 – – TOPICS IN GEOMETRY – – 1 High School Credit
2014**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005, 2006, 2009).

The Topics in Geometry curriculum is an alternative non-Regents course to Regents level Geometry. This course is for those students who have taken Algebra as a two-year course. It will cover basic geometry for approximately one half of the year. The remaining half of the year will be dedicated to Algebra II/Trigonometry and Consumer Math. In addition, instructional strategies will include design and problem solving, extended tasks and integration technology. – –

**2012 – – GEOMETRY – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005, 2006, 2008 or 2009).

This Regents level course will be a rigorous study of Geometry. It includes the study of geometric relationships, formal and informal proofs, transformational geometry, coordinate geometry, locus with and without coordinate geometry, and constructions. This course concludes with the Geometry Regents Examination. The Geometry Regents Examination is intended to challenge students’ abilities with 50 % of the exam pertaining to geometry proofs. It is to be considered a highly academic course for college-bound students. It is recommended that the student own a TI—83 plus graphing calculator.

**2013 – – GEOMETRY HONORS – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005 and 2009 only) with an overall average of 90.

This Regents level course follows the Geometry course curriculum (2012) at a more rigorous level.

**2036 – – ADVANCED ALGEBRA 2 – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005, 2006, 2008 or 2009). Geometry is not a prerequisite to this course.

Advanced Algebra is the final class in the three- year Regents sequence in mathematics, which also includes algebra and geometry. Topics to be covered include rational expressions, radicals, complex numbers, solving equations, relations and functions, trigonometry (graphs, identities, equations, applications), exponential and logarithmic functions, statistics, sequences and series, and probability.

**2037 – – ALGEBRA 2 FIRST YEAR – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005, 2006, 2008 or 2009). – –

Algebra 2 First Year is a course designed for students who do not excel at math but still want to strengthen their math skills for college. Topics to be covered include a review of polynomials and factoring, rational expressions, radicals, complex numbers, solving equations, relations and functions, and introductions to statistics, probability and exponents. There is no Regents Exam at the conclusion of this Algebra 2 First Year course—it will be at the end of the Algebra 2 Second Year course.

**2038 – – ALGEBRA 2 SECOND YEAR – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005, 2006, 2008 or 2009) and Algebra 2 First Year (2037).

Algebra 2 Second Year concludes the Algebra 2 sequence with students taking the Regents Exam in June. Topics to be covered include trigonometry (graphs, applications, identities and equations), exponential and logarithmic functions, statistics, sequences and series, and probability.

**2039 – – ADVANCED ALGEBRA 2 HONORS – – 1 High School Credit**

**Prerequisite:** Successful completion of Algebra (2005, 2006, 2008 or 2009).

This Regents level course follows the Advanced Algebra 2 course curriculum (2036) but with topics covered in greater depth. Class projects may be included.