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Geometry

June 8 - July 17, 8:00am-1:00pm

Geometry is the second course in the high school series. The course continues to review basic Algebra skills, but focuses on completing the common core standards for Geometry. Major topics include geometric proofs, properties of parallel and perpendicular lines, congruent triangles, basic properties and area and volume of two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures, similarity and proportions, basic trigonometric functions, constructions, and coordinate Geometry. UC/CSU approved in the c – Mathematics category.

Price: $750
Book Required
Required supplies: Compass, protractor, and Texas Instruments TI-84 plus graphing calculator. NO school bus yellow calculators allowed
Prerequisite:  C or better (second semester) in Algebra 1 (P)

Grade Level: 10-12 
Credit: 10

Integrated Math 2

June 8 - July 17, 8:00am-1:00pm

Integrated Math 2 will culminate the conceptual standards of traditional Algebra 1 and Geometry courses, preparing students to matriculate into Algebra 2. The focus of Math 2 is on quadratic expressions, equations, and functions, and comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and exponential relationships from Math 1. In addition, it will introduce complex numbers, explore the link between probability and data, the relationships of right triangle trigonometry, and prove basic theorems (using a variety of methods) about circles, similarity, congruence, and triangles. Integrated Math 2 is comprised of standards selected from the Number and Quantity, Algebra, Functions, Geometry, and Statistics and Probability conceptual categories. UC A-G approved – c Mathematics. NCAA approved.

Price: $750
Book Required
Required Supplies: Texas Instruments TI-84 plus graphing calculator. NO school bus yellow calculators allowed
Prerequisite: B- (second semester) in Integrated Math 1

Level: 10-12
Credit: 10

Integrated Math 3B

June 8 - July 17, 8:00am-1:00pm

Integrated Math 3B is the culminating course in the Integrated Math 3A/3B series and covers the second half of Integrated Math 3. This course will focus on analyze data and statistics to draw conclusions, analyzing functions and relationships, apply right triangle trigonometry to general triangles, and synthesize geometric and algebraic reasoning to create models, while building a stronger foundation in concepts and procedures introduced in previous courses. Throughout this course, the following topics will be explored:  Sequences and Series, Trigonometry of triangles, Trigonometric functions, Trigonometric Identities, and Data Analysis.

Price: $750
Book Required
Required Supplies: Texas Instruments TI-84 plus graphing calculator. NO school bus yellow calculators allowed
Prerequisite: C- (second semester) in Integrated Math 3A

Level: 10-12
Credit: 10