## Course Listing

MATH-27.0610711 Algebra I

In Algebra I, students learn to add, subtract, multiply and divide polynomials and radical expressions. The students apply these skills to solve linear equations, systems of linear equations and quadratic equations. Additional topics include graphing in the coordinate plane and solving word problems.

MATH-27.0630713 Geometry

Goals of the Geometry course include improvement in logical thinking skills and a deeper appreciation of mathematical structure. Algebraic problems and Geometric proofs are used in the study of congruent triangles, similar figures, parallel lines, right triangles, circles, area, volume, polygons, and the coordinate plane.

MATH-27.0630715 Geometry Honors

Honors Geometry is a course for students who have a deeper sense of logical development. The course uses deductive proofs and Algebraic problems to study the coordinate plane, congruent triangles, similar figures, parallel lines, right triangles, circles, area, volume, and polygons. The problems and proofs are more difficult than those in MATH 27.0630713.

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MATH-27.0640721 Algebra II

This course ensures the students an understanding of absolute value equations, radical equations, linear equations, quadratic equations, the coordinate plane, systems of equations including calculator driven matrices, complex numbers, functions, and many word problems of different types.

MATH-27.0640723 Honors Algebra II

This course ensures the students a deeper understanding of absolute values, radicals, linear equations, quadratic equations, functions, the coordinate plane, right triangle trigonometry, systems of equations including calculator driven matrices, complex numbers, and a variety of word problems, both linear and quadratic. The problems are more difficult than those in MATH 27.0640721

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MATH-27.0661731 Algebra III

This course consists of a review of selected topics from Algebra and Geometry, preparation for the SAT, and brief studies of topics that include linear programming, matrices, logarithms, functions, and right triangle trigonometry.

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MATH-27.0661732 Discrete Mathematics

Discrete mathematics includes sets, functions and relations, matrix algebra, graph theory, and logic. Other topics often considered part of discrete mathematics are the mathematics of social choice, linear programming, and number theory. Because of this diversity of topics, it is perhaps preferable to view discrete mathematics as the mathematics that is necessary for decision making in non-continuous situations. (by Teacher recommendation only)

MATH-27.0670741 Pre-Calculus

Pre-Calculus is designed to review the higher-level math skills in preparation for Calculus at OLM and in College. The topics to develop these skills include logarithmic and exponential functions, quadratic equations, matrices, and an in-depth study of Trigonometry. Some new topics include the study of higher-level polynomial functions, vectors, polar coordinates, and conic sections.

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MATH-27.0710743 Calculus

Calculus is designed to bring the topics previously learned in mathematics to life. The topics include a study of functions, limits, differentials with application in maxima and minima problems, area and volume, and numerical methods of equation solving.

MATH-27.0720745 Advanced Placement Calculus - AB

AP Calculus is an advanced study of functions, limits and differentials with application in maxima and minima problems, area and volume, differential equations, and numerical methods of equation solving. The student will be prepared for the AP Calculus AB exam which is taken with the possibility of earning college credit. All students must take the Advanced Placement test in May. Departmental approval is required to register for AP Calculus.

Math-27.0730701 Advanced Placement Calculus - BC

AP Calculus BC includes all of the elements covered in AP Calculus AB such as limits, differentiation and applications, graph theory, integration and applications and slope fields. In addition to the AB concepts, BC concepts covered are integration and applications, differential equations, sequences and series and parametric functions.

MATH-27.0720751 Advanced Placement Statistics

AP Statistics is designed to draw connections between all aspects of statistical process, including design, analysis, and conclusions; to teach students how to communicate methods, results, and interpretations using the vocabulary of statistics; to teach students to use graphing calculators and demonstrates the use of computers and/or computer output to enhance the development of statistical understanding through exploring and analyzing data, assessing models, and performing simulations. All students must take the Advanced Placement test in May. Departmental approval is required to register for AP Statistics.