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Course Description

Integrated Math 3 completes the three-course sequence of Integrated Mathematics and is designed to further explore the principles introduced in Math 1 and Math 2 in preparation for enrolling in advanced mathematics courses.  This course brings together knowledge acquired in the previous two courses and uses it as a bridge to expand into more complex territory. Students will expand their knowledge of linear, exponential, and quadratic functions to polynomials, rationals, and trigonometric functions.  Students will also extend their previous work with circles to other conic sections, their understanding of trigonometry to all triangles, and experiences with data as they solve sophisticated problems.  Students will experience mathematics as a coherent, useful, and logical subject that draws their ability to make sense of problem situations, and will develop the ability to explore and solve mathematical problems, think critically, and work cooperatively with other students and communicate mathematical ideas clearly. 

Integrated Math 3

Supplies Needed

Students in Integrated 3 will need a spiral graph notebook, a composition notebook, calculator (at least Scientific, but graphing is preferred), colored pencils, dry erase markers, and dry eraser.

Chapter 1: Investigations & Functions

Chapter 3: Solving & Inequalities

Chapter 5: Inverses & Logarithms

Chapter 7: Logarithms & Triangles

Chapter 9: Trigonometric Functions

Chapter 11:Rational Expressions & Three-Variable Systems

Chapter 2: Transformations of Parent Graphs

Chapter 4: Normal Distributions & Geometric Modeling

Chapter 6: Simulating, Sampling, Variability

Chapter 8: Polynomials

Chapter 10: Series

Chapter 12: Analytic Trigonometry

Extra Practice (Guide and Problems):

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