• Overview of Course

    Credits: 5

    Prerequisite: Algebra 1 CP and Geometry CP

    Grades: 11, 12

    The curriculum for Integrated Modern Algebra is based on the belief that mastery in learning takes place over an extended period of time. When a skill or concept is introduced and practiced, students develop familiarity with it. The intent of this course is to enable students to move toward independent learning within the context of review and extension of these skills with introduction to topics essential for further study of mathematics. Emphasis is placed on reinforcement of fundamental skills and concepts. The course focuses on families of functions, including linear, quadratic, exponential and rational functions. Other topics of study include trigonometry and data trends. As this course follows Algebra 1 and Geometry, students who successfully complete this course will meet the NJDOE three-year mathematics graduation requirement. Students who successfully complete and wish to continue to pursue mathematics at Wall High School can enroll in Algebra 2 CP as a senior. As this is a non-required precursor for Algebra 2 CP, students who have successfully completed Algebra 2 CP are not eligible to take this course.


    Unit Overview/Syllabus

    Unit 1 - Expressions, Equations & Function Families

    Unit 2 - Linear Functions

    Unit 3 - Quadratic Functions

    Unit 4 - Systems

    Unit 5 - Exponents & Exponential Functions

    Unit 6 - Rational Functions

    Unit 7 - Trigonometry

    Unit 8 - Data & Trends



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