• INTEGRATED MATH 2 INSTRUCTIONAL– SE1310

    Length of course:

     

    One Year

    Credit:        

     

    1.0 Credit

    Grade Placement:

     

    9, 10, 11, or 12

    Prerequisite:

     

    Integrated Math 1 or consent of Department Chair

    State Code:

     

    02302A000

    Course Description: Integrated Math 2 involves the study of quadratic and exponential functions represented algebraically, graphically, numerically in tables and by verbal descriptions. Students write equivalent radical, rational and quadratic expressions to reveal information using properties of exponents, completing the square, and/or factoring. Students define similarity using transformational geometry and use this definition to prove geometric theorems. Students learn and apply trigonometric ratios, the Pythagorean Theorem and the relationship between sine and cosine to solve problems. Students recognize, calculate and use conditional probability and independence. This is the second of three required math courses for college and career readiness. (Note: A calculator is required. A graphing calculator is recommended and a fraction calculator is acceptable.)