Pre-algebra: 14 questions on basic numeric properties, operations and arithmetic.
Algebra: 19 questions on solving equations (both regular and quadratic), inequalities and systems of equations in 2 variables, dealing with polynomials and factoring, and some stuff like complex numbers, exponent operations, etc.
Geometry: 23 questions on coordinate geometry, lines, parabolas, graphical equations, slopes, midpoints, etc., and planar geometry- properties of shapes like circles, triangles and quadrilaterals.
Trigonometry: just 4 questions on triangles and trigonometric functions (sine, cosine).
This course is the foundation for high school mathematics courses. It is the bridge from the concrete to the abstract study of mathematics. Topics include simplifying expressions, evaluating and solving equations and inequalities, and graphing linear and quadratic functions and relations. Real world applications are presented within the course content and a function's approach is emphasized.
This course extends the topics first seen in Algebra I and provides advanced skills in algebraic operations. Additionally, linear and quadratic functions and relations, conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, graphing, and sequences and series will be explored.
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This course is designed to emphasize the study of the properties and applications of common geometric figures in two and three dimensions. It includes the study of transformations and right triangle trigonometry. Inductive and deductive thinking skills are used in problem solving situations, and applications to the real world are stressed. It also emphasizes writing proofs to solve (prove) properties of geometric figures.
We will explore mathematical concepts that are foundational for success in algebra including algebraic expressions, integers, equations, decimals, fractions, ratios, proportions, percents, area, volume, and probability.
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The math sections measure a student’s ability to reason quantitatively, solve mathematical problems, and interpret data presented in graphical form. These sections focus on four areas of mathematics that are typically covered in the first three years of American high school education: Arithmetic, Algebra and Functions, Geometry, and Data Analysis. The Algebra section was recently expanded to include basic College Algebra.