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Integrated Math 2H

Integrated Math 2 is the second course of a three-course sequence including Integrated Math 1, Integrated Math 2, and Integrated Math 3.  This course satisfies the California Common Core Standards for Integrated Math 2 including the “+” standards.  This honors level course is intended for advanced 9th or 10th graders.  Integrated Math 2 builds and strengthens students' conceptual knowledge of tools of geometry, introduction to proofs, properties of triangles, similarity through transformations, congruence through transformations, using congruence theorems, properties of quadrilaterals, trigonometry, circles, arcs and sectors of circles, figures, quadratic functions, polynomials and quadratics, functions and their inverses.  As an honors-level course we will also be including extending polynomial identities to the complex number system, using the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra with quadratic polynomials, apply the general Multiplication Rule for probability, use permutations and combinations to compute probabilities of compound events and solve problems, use probability to make and evaluate outcomes of decisions, and analyze decisions and strategies using probability concept.
  • Prerequisite:  

    • Integrated Math 1H with an A or B
    • Integrated Math 1C with an A and teacher recommendation
    • Passing the placement exam and middle school teacher recommendation

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