• Students will use a variety of graphical and numerical techniques to analyze patterns and departures from patterns to identify and manager risk that could impact an organization. Students will use probability as a tool for anticipating and forecasting data within business models to make decisions. Students will determine the appropriateness of methods used to collect data to ensure conclusions are valid.

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  • This is the on-level course for entering freshmen. Algebra 1 extends the algebraic concepts developed in grades K-8, covering: the real number system; algebraic representation of problem situations; graphing as a tool to interpret linear relations, functions, and inequalities; quadratic equations; polynomials; rational equations; and square roots.

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  • Geometry provides experiences that help students develop understanding of shapes and their properties. It enables students to solve relevant problems and to apply geometric properties to real-world situations. The course builds on the conceptual foundation provided in grades K-8. The topics covered include: lines, segments, and angles; triangles; other polygons; circles; solid geometry; and measurement. The content of Geometry is also used as a forum to teach the concept of mathematical proof.

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  • Geometry provides experiences that help students develop understanding of shapes and their properties. It enables students to solve relevant problems and to apply geometric properties to real-world situations. The course builds on the conceptual foundation provided in grades K-8. The topics covered include: lines, segments, and angles; triangles; other polygons; circles; solid geometry; and measurement. The content of Geometry is also used as a forum to teach the concept of mathematical proof.

    Self enrolment