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Math II

Math II stresses the concept of a function. Students concentrate on the study of quadratic and radical functions, as well as inverse variation.  Algebraic and graphical knowledge of these functions is emphasized. Geometric transformations are examined and then related to the study of congruent and similar triangles, including work with proof. The study of similarity leads to an understanding of right triangle trigonometry and connects to Pythagorean relationships. The link between probability and data is explored through conditional probability. The Standards for Mathematical Practice apply throughout the course, and together with the Math II Content Standards, allow students to experience mathematics and apply it as they make sense of problem situations. A graphing calculator is required, and a TI-84 is recommended.

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