This course demonstrates how mathematical
concepts are applied to solve real-world problems in all areas of the student’s
life. Mathematical modeling, graphical analysis, and computer applications are
used as tools in solving math related activities. Some topics included are:
simple and compound interest, depreciation, probability, statistics and
graphical representation of statistical information, income taxation, and
CC Geometry Regents
a one-year course intended to be the second course in mathematics for
high school students. This course employs an integrated approach to the
study of geometric relationships and proofs. Congruence and similarity
of triangles will be established using appropriate theorems.
Transformations including rotations, reflections, translations, and
glide reflections and coordinate geometry will be used to establish and
verify geometric relationships. Properties of triangles, quadrilaterals,
and circles will receive particular attention.