## INTEGRATED MATH I (2061)

**Recommended Grade Level**: 9 **Prerequisite**: None **Honors Option Available**: No

*Meets the UC/CSU "C" requirement*

Integrated Math 1 is the first in a sequence of three yearlong college prep courses designed to integrate number sense, algebra, functions, geometry, and statistics. Emphasis will be placed on practical applications and modeling. Multiple technologies including applets, manipulatives, calculators, and application software are a requirement to promote a highly engaging collaborative learning environment. Student will experience the development of a branch of mathematics through the use of undefined terms, definitions, postulates and theorems. They will use algebraic models of situations; choose appropriate proof from various possibilities, and then coordinate and transformation techniques as they apply mathematical concepts to real world situations.

## INTEGRATED MATH II (2062)

**Recommended Grade Level**: 10 **Prerequisite**: Integrated Math I or Teacher Recommendation **Honors Option Available**: No

*Meets the UC/CSU "C" requirement*

Integrated Math 2 is the second in a sequence of three yearlong college prep courses designed to integrate number sense, algebra, functions, geometry and statistics. Emphasis will be placed on practical applications and modeling. Multiple technologies including applets, manipulatives, calculators, and application software are a requirement to promote a highly engaging collaborative learning environment. Student will experience the development of a branch of mathematics through the use of undefined terms, definitions, postulates and theorems. They will use algebraic models of situations; choose appropriate proof from various possibilities, and then coordinate and transformation techniques as they apply mathematical concepts to real world situations.

## INTEGRATED MATH III (2063)

**Recommended Grade Level**: 11 **Prerequisite**: Integrated Math II or Equivalent **Honors Option Available**: No

*Meets the UC/CSU "C" requirement *

Integrated Math 3 is the third in a sequence of three yearlong college prep courses designed to integrate number sense, algebra, functions, geometry, and statistics. Emphasis will be placed on practical applications and modeling. Multiple technologies including applets, manipulatives, calculators, and application software are a requirement to promote a highly engaging collaborative learning environment. Student will experience the development of a branch of mathematics through the use of undefined terms, definitions, postulates and theorems. They will use algebraic models of situations; choose appropriate proof from various possibilities, and then coordinate and transformation techniques as they apply mathematical concepts to real world situations.

## STATISTICS (02201)

**Recommended Grade Level**: 10-12 **Prerequisite**: Integrated Math III or teacher recommend **Honors Option Available**: No

*Meets the UC/CSU "C" requirement *

Probability and Statistics courses focus on descriptive statistics, with an introduction to inferential statistics. Topics typically include event probability, normal probability distribution, collection and description of data, frequency tables and graphs, measures of central tendency and variability, random variables, and random sampling. Course topics may also include covariance and correlation, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing.

## advanced MATH (Palomar College)

**Math 50/Math 60 (Beginning/Intermediate Algebra) **For students interested in Technical certifications, or whose college major would require entry level math courses

**Math 110/Math 115 (College Algebra/Precalculus)**: For students interested in pursuing degrees that require advanced math, these college courses, transferable to any UC/CSU, would be lead to college Calculus (Math 140). Students may enroll in the Palomar college summer Math Program to complete the Calculus course for transferable credit.

*Students who complete Math 115 are eligible for a 135/140 Calculus combination through Palomar College.