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Foundations of Math and Pre-Calculus 10

April 26, 2021

The Instructor for this course is Corinne Koller

Course History

First Offered in 2010

Developed by Gerard Hunter

Curriculum Guide

Foundations of Mathematics and Pre-Calculus 10 consists of 7 units. Descriptions of concepts that are developed and their time frames include the following:

Course Information / Credit Recovery Units


Unit 1 Measurement - 15 days   

11% of course total

The study of measurement systems and 2D and 3D shapes

Unit 2 Trigonometry - 20 days

09% of course total

The introduction to triangle analysis through the use of ratios and their real world application

Unit 3 Factors and Products - 28 days

12% of course total

The extension of factoring from previous grades into GCF, LCM and polynomials

Unit 4 Roots and Powers - 21 days

12% of course total

Studies the logic behind roots through GCF and other methods as well as the relationship between powers and roots

Unit 5 Relations and Functions - 22 days

09% of course total

The numerical analysis and relationship of numbers is studied in several different forms including graphical and visual

Unit 6 Linear Functions - 20 days

12% of course total

Graphing of lines as well as a look at specific linear relationships

Unit 7 Systems - 15 days

09% of course total

A look at how linear relationships can interact and how they can be used in problem solving

Unit 8 Final Stuff - 9 days

26% of course total

This unit has the final reviews and final exam

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