• INTEGRATED MATH 3 - MA1316

    Length of course: 

     

    One Year  

    Credit:        

     

                1.0 Credit                     

    Grade Placement: 

     

               11               

    Prerequisite: 

     

                Integrated Math 2 or consent of the Department Chairperson          

    State Code:

     

    02303A00  

    Course Description: Integrated Math 3 involves the study of polynomial, rational, logarithmic and trigonometric functions represented algebraically, graphically, numerically in tables and by verbal descriptions. Students write equivalent polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic expressions to reveal information and key features. Students will also study arithmetic and geometric sequences and series and their relationship to linear and exponential functions. Students will interpret data that is normally distributed. This is the third of three required math courses for college and career readiness. Students who complete this course will be considered to be college and career ready. Students will have the option to take a fourth year math course including AP Statistics, along with additional options for mathematics studies in preparation for college and career readiness. (A graphing calculator is required.)