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This Algebra 1 course includes the following: functions and graphs, equations in one and two variables, solving systems of equations, exponents, polynomials, factoring, algebraic fractions, operations on square roots/radicals, solving quadratic equations, and inequalities. A graphing calculator is recommended; the teacher will demonstrate using a TI-84. This is a full-year course and is recommended for 9th-grade students. Big River Math classes meet for 1 hour 2 times a week; please note this in your scheduling.
This course is an extension of Algebra 1. We will study linear functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, quadratic functions, and more. Each of these concepts will also be applied to inequalities and graphs. Some additional topics at the end of the year may include Probability, Statistics, Conic Sections, Matrices, Sequences and Series, basic Discrete Mathematics topics, and/or an Introduction to Trigonometry. This course will prepare students for an upper-level high-school mathematics course, college-level mathematics, and the SAT/ACT. This is a full year course and is recommended for 11th grade students. Math classes at Big River Academy meet for 1 hour 2 times a week; please note this in your scheduling.
Everyone needs to learn how to balance a checkbook, understand taxes, and budget. These are skills many don’t learn until they practice it in life. This Consumer Math course will help navigate real life financial situations while applying everyday math skills. This course fulfills one high school math credit.
This course covers classic Euclidean Geometry, with an emphasis on reasoning skills through proofs and the building of an axiomatic system. Topics include deductive reasoning, points, lines, planes, rays, angles, congruent triangles, geometric inequalities, properties of parallel lines, quadrilaterals, isometries, area, similarity, right triangles and trigonometric ratios, properties of circles, regular polygons, geometric solids, and coordinate geometry. While algebra will not be explicitly taught, algebra review problems are included in most chapters and additional (optional) asynchronous videos and problems will be provided. A scientific calculator is recommended; the teacher will demonstrate using a TI-84. This is a full-year course and is recommended for 10th-grade students. Big River Math classes meet for 1 hour 2 times a week; please note this in your scheduling.
In Pre-Algebra, we will prepare students for the equivalent of a standard high school algebraic course (Algebra 1). In this class students will be introduced to integers, fractions, decimals, square roots, basic step equations and inequalities, linear equations, graphs and functions, some geometry and statistics. Students are also taught how to solve basic equations using variables. This is a full-year course and will meet for 1 hour 2 times a week.
This course takes Algebra 2 to the next level, studying various types of functions and conic sections more deeply. We will also cover some basic Trigonometry concepts such as the Laws for Sines and Cosines. Lastly, we will discuss beginning calculus concepts like limits and derivatives. This course is excellent preparation for the SAT/ACT due to the advanced algebra, and students will be fully prepared to enter college-level math courses. This is a full-year course and is recommended for 12th grade students. Math classes at Big River Academy meet for 1 hour 2 times a week; please note this in your scheduling.