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This course is the second year of a three-year integrated math sequence covering the topics traditionally covered in Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Precalculus. The goal of this course is to extend and apply the topics studied previously and to introduce higher-level topics. This course is appropriate for students who have completed Pre-Algebra and Algebra I

(Integrated Math I). Throughout the course, there is a focus on developing problem-solving skills, evaluating the potential uses of technology in mathematics, and communicating methods and solutions. Students learn to model and may present or produce projects incorporating content from throughout the course.

Topics in the integrated level include linear equations, inequalities and systems, graphing and analyzing functions, exponents and radicals, and quadratic functions. Concepts from geometry include parallel lines and transversals, polygon angles, triangle congruence and basic proofs, properties of quadrilaterals and circles, and 3D geometry. Additional topics in the accelerated level include exponential functions, and right triangle and unit circle trigonometry. The honors level involves deeper explorations, extensions, and applications of all topics and includes further proofs and trigonometric functions on the coordinate plane.

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