# Math Courses for 2013-2014. 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.

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Math Courses for 2013-2014

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).

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

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

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.

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).

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).

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).

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).

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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