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A teacher signature COURSE # COURSE TITLE GRADE 62120 Algebra I 10,11,12 62111 Algebra B 10 62310 Geometry 10, 11,12 62230 Geometry CP 10, 11,12 62320 Modern Mathematics 10, 11, 12 62106 Mathematics Essentials 10, 11, 12 62240 Algebra II 10, 11, 12 62245 Algebra II Honors 10 62315 College Prep Math 11,12 62550 Pre-Calculus - Honors 10, 11, 12 62620 Calculus AB/AP 11, 12 62640 Statistics AP 11, 12 USU Math 1050 12 62216 Advanced Math Lab 11, 12 CAN SUFFICE FOR ELECTIVE 3RD YEAR MATH REQUIREMENT, 28230 Accounting I 10, 11, 12 28231 Accounting II 10, 11, 12 27210 Computer Programming IA 10, 11, 12 27211 Computer Programming IB 10, 11, 12 signature is required for placement for ALL Math LENGTH FEE CREDITS COMMENTS Scientific Year Math Calculator Scientific Year Math Calculator Scientific Year Math Calculator Scientific Year Math Calculator Scientific Sem Math Calculator Scientific Sem Math Calculator Graphing Year Math Calculator Graphing Year Math Calculator Graphing Year Math Calculator Graphing Year Math Calculator Graphing Year Math Calculator Graphing Year Math Calculator Fees Concurrent Sem Book Math Math 1050 Year Elective REQUIREMENT, BUT MAY NOT BE VIEWED AS 3RD YEAR MATH BY COL .5 CTE or .5 Elective Sem $15 Math .5 CTE or Prerequisite: .5 Elective Accounting I Sem $15 Math (C or better) .5 CTE or .5 Elective Sem Math .5 CTE or .5 Elective Prerequisite: Sem Math Programming IA or ALL Math classes. COURSE DESCRIPTION Reviews basic math skills, covers basic Algebra topics. Required successful completion of Algebra A. Reviews basic math skills and finishes algebra topics started in Algebra A. Recommended Passing 4 quarters Algebra I. Basic Geometry topics w/ review of Algebra. (Same credit as Geometry CP) Will NOT advance to Algebra II. Recommended Algebra I with C or better. A more in depth coverage of Geometry. (Same credit as Geometry) Prepares students for Algebra II. Recommended Geometry. An Introduction to quantitative skills needed to make decisions4based on numbers. 1. This is to help Recommended passing quarters of Algebra reinforce the basic mathematic concepts. This can count as a semester of the third year of the mathematic requirement. The standards taught include arithmatic, algebraic reasoning, basic geometry concepts, and fundamental statistics. This is an Recommended Algebra I & Geometry CP or Jr. High Geometry with C or better. Covers basic Algebra II skills. Recommended Algebra I & Geometry CP or Jr. High Geometry with B or better. This is a rigorous course designed to prepare students for Pre-calculus and AP Calculus. Recommended Algebra II with B or better or Honors Algebra II with C or better. Covers the basics skills in college algebra. Recommended Algebra II Honors with B or better. A rigorous course covering Trig and Algebra skills needed for AP Stats or AP Calculus. Recommended Pre-calculus with B or better. Preparation for AP test. Covers one semester of college calculus. Recommended Honors Algebra II, Precalculus, or Calculus with B or better. Preparation for AP test. Analyze statistical data with graphing calculator. College Algebra (QL) - Rigorous, compacted course. 4 USU credits. Students must have an ACT score of 23 or better, Accuplacer test with Math 1050 placement, or Math 1010 passed with a C- or better. Tutored study group with a math teacher. Student must be enrolled in Pre-Calculus or Calculus and have approval from previous math teacher. AR MATH BY COLLEGES Do you like money? Are you thinking of owning your own business? This is the class for you. Basic elements and concepts of double-entry accounting for business & personal use will be covered including procedures for handling cash and financial reports. This class will either fill love Accountingrequirement or .5 of If you liked Accounting 1, you'll .5 of your CTE II. More use of the computer and actual source documents. Some additional concepts will be covered such as uncollectible accounts and payroll. We will use the textbook automated accounting program, Excel, and possibly Quicken and QuickBooks, depending on time. This class will either fill .5 of your CTE requirement or .5 of your third math Introduction to Visual Basic.NET Programming, graphics and other computer applications. Understanding of computer design and computer applications. Reviews and builds on concepts from 1A. Introduces students to object-oriented programming, dynamic data allocation, and other skills. Covers either Java or C++.
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