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Advanced Math

Advanced Math I - 1 credit

This course is designed for students who are preparing for a rigorous course in calculus and/or college algebra and trigonometry. Topics include trigonometric/circular functions, graphs/inverses of trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities/equations, nature of graphs, polynomial and rational functions, and exponential/logarithmic functions. Families of functions are examined from algebraic, numeric, graphic, and verbal perspectives. Graphing calculators are used to reinforce the connection between the four perspectives and to solve problems through visual representations. (Prerequisite: Algebra II, recommended grade of B or above.)