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## Essential Mathematics 25S I & IIEssential Mathematics 25S consists of two half-credit courses. The first half consists of 4 modules including Gross Pay (Time Cards and Percents), Net Pay, Measurement, and Geometry. The second half also consists of 4 modules including Working with Angles, Consumer Decisions, Trigonometry, and Transformations. ## Essential Mathematics 45S V & VIEssential Mathematics 45S consist of two half-credit courses. The first half consists of 4 modules including Home Finance, Geometry & Trigonometry, Probability, and Business Finance. The second half also consists of 4 modules including Vehicle Finance, Career Life Project, Statistics, Precision Measurement. ## Introduction to Applied & PreCalculus Mathematics 20SStudents of this introductory course will gain skills and knowledge on the following topics: graphs & relations, number sense, measurement, trigonometry, relations & functions, polynomials, coordinate geometry, and systems of equations. ## Applied Mathematics 40SIn Applied Mathematics 40S students will study the following topics: sinusoidal functions, compound interest, probability, polynomial functions, permutations and combinations, investments, design and measurement, research project, exponential and logarithmic functions. This course is geared toward students planning to pursue post-secondary students where Applied Math 40S is a pre-requisite; also those seeking employment where Applied Math 40S is necessary. ## Pre-Calculus Mathematics 30SThe Pre-Calculus Mathematics 30S course is an independant study consisting of 8 modules: Sequence & Series, Factoring & Rational Expressions, Quadratic Functions, Solving Quadratic & Rational Equations, Radicals, Systems of Equations & Inequalities, Trigonometry, and Absolute Value & Reciprocal Functions. ## Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40SThe Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S course in an independant study consisting of 8 modules: Premutations, Combinations & the Binomial Theorem, Function Transformations, Reflections, Polynomials, Trigonometric Equations & Identities, Exponents & Logarithms, and Radical & Rational Functions. |