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  • Course Code
    MA.MA007S
    Content Area
    Math
    Description
    This Algebra course is designed for the student who will continue on to Pre-Calculus or is college-bound. This course may be eligible for college credit, consult your teacher for details.  This course will include new topics and applications of some topics addressed in Algebra 2.  Topics in this course will include sequences and series, conic sections, linear and non-linear systems, logarithms, and functions. 
     

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Unit Description
Details
1Sequences and Series
Students will identify, analyze, and represent patterns. They will write explicit and recursive forms of sequences, find sums of sequences and apply the Binomial Theorem to expanding binomials. 

2Principles of Polynomial and Rational Functions
Students will solve polynomial and rational equations and inequalities.  They will simplify rational expressions and find composition of functions.
3Graphing Polynomial and Rational Functions
Students will graph polynomial and rational functions and identifying the critical information.

4Conic Sections and Nonlinear Systems
Students will identify, analyze, and graph conic sections.  They will use critical information to write equations of conic sections  and solve real world conical applications including those involving a system of nonlinear equations.

5Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Students will evaluate, solve, and graph exponential and logarithmic functions.  They will create and solve logarithmic and exponential functions from real world situations.