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HIGH SCHOOL SUBJECTS - MATHEMATICS (HSMTH)

High School Subjects: Mathematics 101
AP Calculus Preparation 1A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.

Prepares students to take the Math­ematics Advanced Placement Examina­tion-BC level. Colleges and universities may give advanced placement and/ or college credit based on the results of the AP examination. Areas of study include: functions, limits, continuity, and derivative series. The graphing cal­culator is used extensively in the course and on the AP examinations.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 102
AP Calculus Preparation 1B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/ Open Exit.

Prepares students to take the Math­ematics Advanced Placement Examina­tion-BC level. Colleges and universities may give advanced placement and/ or college credit based on the results of the AP examination. Areas of study include integrals and polynomial ap­proximations. The graphing calculator is used extensively in the course and on the AP examinations.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 154
Pre-Algebra A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit. 
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 159 or equivalent.

Covers language, symbolism, and fun­damental operations skills required to prepare students for success in Alge­bra 1. Number and operation sense, estimation skills, and the ability to judge reasonableness of results will be strengthened in the context of practi­cal applications and problem solving.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 155
Pre-Algebra B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 154 or equivalent.

Covers language, symbolism, and fun­damental operations skills required to prepare students for success in Al­gebra 1 and Geometry. Data analysis, spatial thinking, and the ability to judge reasonableness of results will be strengthened in the context of practi­cal applications and problem solving.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 156
Essential Mathematics 1
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 159 and Adult Basic Education 009 (Math Unit).

Provides the student with practice in math skills that are applicable to everyday situations. Percents, graphs, proportions, and units of measurement are included.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 157
Essential Mathematics 2
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 156 or equivalent.

Provides the student with practice in basic computational skills of math­ematics, algebra, and geometry. Prac­tical applications are included.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 159
Math Fundamentals 2
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: Adult Basic Education 009 ; Recommended for stu­dents who have completed ABE math or by diagnostic placement test.

Provides instruction in the areas of decimals, percent, measurements, for­mulas, equations, ratios, and propor­tions. Provides learning activities which allow for remediation of difficulties and mastery of necessary skills.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 161
Pre-Calculus with Trigonometry 1A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.

Presents an introduction to trigonom­etry, analytical geometry, functional analysis, and algebraic techniques needed in preparation for the study of calculus. The graphing calculator is used extensively throughout the course.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 163
Algebra 1A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 159 or equivalent.

Provides instruction in sets, numbers, formulas, monomials, exponents, square roots, the laws of the sign, bi­nomials, and simultaneous equations.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 164
Algebra 1B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 163 or equivalent.

Provides instruction in coordinate sys­tems; graphing of linear equations; simultaneous equations with fractions; ratios; proportions; factoring; formu­las; inequalities and square roots.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 165
Algebra 2A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 164.

Provides students with a course of study in: equations and inequalities; linear equations and functions; systems of linear equations and inequalities; matrices and determinants; quadratic functions; polynomials and polynomial functions; and powers, roots and radi­cals.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 166
Algebra 2B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 165 or equivalent.

Provides students with a course of study that includes: exponential and logarithmic functions; rational equa­tions and functions; quadratic relations and conic sections; sequences and series; probability and statistics; trigo­nometric ratios and functions; trigono­metric graphs.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 167
Geometry A
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: Completion of ten credits in algebra.

This course covers topics in basic ge­ometry, reasoning and proofs, perpen­dicular and parallel lines, congruent triangles, properties of triangles, and quadrilaterals.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 168
Geometry B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 167.

This course covers topics in transforma­tions, similarity, right triangles, trigo­nometry, circles, areas of polygons and circles, surface area and volume.

High School Subjects: Mathematics 180
Pre-Calculus With Trigonometry 1B
Credit(s): 5.0 | Class Hours: 72 Lecture total | Open Entry/Open Exit.
Recommended Preparation: High School Subjects: Mathematics 161 or equivalent.

Extends the study of trigonometry, analytical geometry, functional analy­sis, and algebraic techniques needed in preparation for the study of calculus. The graphing calculator is used exten­sively throughout the course.