Integrated Math 2

Course Overview:

Students begin the Integrated Math 2 online course learning about the algebraic concepts of functions, equations, inequalities, and complex numbers. They explore exponential and radical expressions, work with polynomials, and apply their knowledge to real-world problems by using algebraic expressions, pictorial and symbolic representation.

Students progress through this course by studying probability and then transition into the study of logic and geometric proofs. They continue their geometry study of triangles, parallel and perpendicular lines and angles, and then transition into the study of trigonometric ratios and the application of trigonometry. This course ends with a comprehensive look at circles.

Throughout the course, students will develop their mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills, gaining proficiency in algebraic concepts, geometry, and probability. They will learn to analyze patterns, solve equations, prove geometric properties, and apply mathematical principles to real-world scenarios.

Semester 1:

In Semester A, students will explore major concepts in algebra, including algebraic concepts, exponentials and radicals, polynomials, the quadratic function, rational expressions and equations, and functions. These topics provide a foundation in algebraic problem-solving, equations, and functions.

Semester 2: 

In Semester B, students will delve into major concepts in geometry and probability. They will study probability and statistics, logic and proofs, triangles (properties and proofs), right triangles, trigonometric ratios and identities, and circles. These topics encompass the study of geometric properties, trigonometry, and probability and statistics.

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