integrated math
high school math elective course  second semester  .5 credit
Integrated Math I is a mathematics course for high school students who have successfully completed either general mathematics for grade 8 or prealgebra. This course is the first in a fourpart, integrated high school mathematics curriculum. The materials in this course integrate the topics of algebra, geometry, probability, and statistics.
Throughout the course, students will practice algebraic thinking and use algebra to model and solve real world problems. Students are exposed to several branches of mathematics and will explore ways in which each one can be used as a mathematical model in understanding the world. 
UNIT 6:LINEAR EQUATIONS

UNIT 7: EQUATIONS AND INEQUALITIES



UNIT 8: LINEAR SYSTEMS

UNIT 9: PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


UNIT 10:SEMESTER REVIEW AND EXAM
UNIT 11: FINAL EXAM


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