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Course Length: 2 semesters
Course Credit: 1 Program: Homeschool Advantage, NFC Academy Teachers NCAA Approved High School Grade: 1112 Accredited: CogniaSACS/CASI, Middle States, FACCS PreCalculus prepares students for calculus and college level math with interactive online lessons and advanced problem solving. Students will explore the purpose of calculus and mathematical analysis while they expand their algebraic knowledge through the realm of trigonometry. With a clear, stepbystep delivery, this online course covers a wide range of mathematical concepts including an indepth observation of math functions, quadratic inequalities, logarithms, probabilities, and permutation. Lessons are interactive to encourage retention of complex information and provide learning tools to clarify complicated mathematic operations.
Precalculus is a fullyear, high school credit course that is intended for the student who has successfully mastered the core algebraic and conceptual geometric concepts covered in the prerequisite courses: Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. The course primarily focuses on the skills and methods of analytic geometry and trigonometry while investigating further relationships in functions, probability, number theory, limits, and the introduction of derivatives. Throughout the course, students will explore the following topics: Relations and Functions; Special Functions; Trigonometric Functions; Circular Functions and Graphs; Identities and Functions of Multiple Angles; Application of Trigonometric Functions; Inverse Trigonometric Functions and Polar Coordinates; Quadratic Equations; Probability; Calculus Basics. Try High School Online Lessons

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