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If you are currently in Algebra I If you earned an A or better in Algebra I for the first semester and an A- or better on the Midterm Exam, you may take Honors Geometry (1415). If you earned a C or better in Algebra I for the first semester and a D- or better on the Midterm Exam, you will take College Geometry (1464). If you earned lower than a C in Algebra I for the first semester, you will take Geometry (1414).

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Prerequisite Skills for Honors Geometry Graphing and Labeling Points Fractions- sum, difference, product, quotient Order of Operations Operations with Integers Solving Inequalities Evaluate expressions for a given value Solve Equations – Multistep, variables on both sides Slope Equation of a Line – Graphing and Writing Solve Proportions Rounding/Decimal Places Solve Literal Equations Distribution Square Roots/Radicals Multiplying/Dividing Polynomials Elimination/Substitution Simplifying Algebraic Expressions Properties of Exponents

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Skills Practice Examples for Honors Geometry 1.2/3 + 3/5 = 2.Find the value of x so that the line that passes through the points (2, 3) and (x, 9) has a slope of 3/2 3.Determine the x- and y-intercepts of 3x-4y=12 4. ax + b = c … solve for x

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If you are currently in Honors Geometry If you earned a B- or better in Algebra I and a C+ or better in Honors Geometry for the first semester, you may take Honors Algebra II (1426). If you earned lower than a B- in Algebra I and lower than a C+ in Honors Geometry for the first semester, you will take College Algebra II (1462). * If you took Algebra I in 8 th grade, that grade will be the one used to determine placement.

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If you are currently in College Geometry If you earned an A or better in Algebra I and an A or better in College Geometry for the first semester, you may take Honors Algebra II (1426). If you earned a C or better in Algebra I and a C or better in College Geometry for the first semester, you will take College Algebra II (1462). If you earned lower than a C in Algebra I and lower than a C in College Geometry for the first semester, you will take Algebra II (1465).

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If you are currently in Geometry If you earned a B or better in Algebra I and a B or better in Geometry for the first semester, you may take College Algebra II (1462). All others will take Algebra II (1465).

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If you are currently in Honors Algebra II If you earned a C+ or better in Honors Algebra II for the first semester, you may take Honors Pre-Calculus (1437). If you earned lower than a C+ for the first semester in Honors Algebra II, you should take Pre-Calculus (1436). Other options include: AMDM (1466), or Probability & Statistics (1416) and Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry (1435).

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If you are currently in College Algebra II If you earn an A+ in College Algebra II for the first semester, you may take Honors Pre- Calculus (1437) with teacher approval. If you earn a C or better in College Algebra II for the first semester, you may take Pre-Calculus (1436). If you earn a C- or lower in College Algebra II for the first semester, you should take : AMDM (1466), or Probability & Statistics (1416) and Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry (1435) (Both are semester courses).

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If you are currently in Algebra II If you earn an A or better in Algebra II for the first semester, you may take Pre-Calculus (1436) with teacher recommendation. If you earn lower than an A in Algebra II for the first semester, you should take AMDM (1466), or Probability & Statistics (1416) and Advanced Algebra and Trigonometry (1435) (Both are semester courses).

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