Integrated Math 3

Course Overview:

This Integrated Math 3 online course blends algebra, geometry, number and quantity, functions, modeling and statistics and probability into one course. Students begin the course learning about the algebraic concepts of functions, equations, logarithms, and graphs and then transitions into triangle and trig ratios. Students then dive into rational functions and sequences and series.

As the course progresses, students study counting methods, probabilities, distributions, area, volume, parabolas, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas and systems of equations and inequalities. They finish their course of study learning about trigonometry functions and identities.

Throughout the course, students will develop their mathematical reasoning and problem-solving skills, gaining proficiency in algebra, geometry, probability, and trigonometry. They will learn to apply mathematical principles to real-world scenarios, analyze data, calculate measurements, and explore the properties of geometric shapes.

Semester 1:

In Semester A, students will explore major concepts in algebra, including the basics of algebra, polynomial and logarithmic functions. They will also delve into geometry, specifically triangles, and study trigonometric ratios. Additionally, they will explore rational functions and relations, as well as sequences and series. These topics provide a foundation in algebraic and geometric principles.

Semester 2: 

In Semester B, students will further expand their mathematical knowledge with major concepts in probability and statistics, area, volume, conic sections, trigonometric functions, and trigonometric identities. They will learn about the principles of probability and statistics, calculate area and volume of various shapes, study conic sections (such as circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas), explore trigonometric functions, and understand trigonometric identities.

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