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Integrated Math 3 Honors

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Course Description: Integrated Math 3 Honors

In the Math 3 Honors course, students integrate and apply the mathematics they have
learned from their earlier courses, including standards from the conceptual categories of
number and quantity, algebra, functions, geometry, statistics, and probability. The
honors course places a greater emphasis on problem solving, mathematical writing, and
depth of knowledge in order to prepare students for work in AP Calculus and AP
Statistics courses. Additional topics in the honors course include properties of
trigonometric functions, parametric equations, polar coordinates and functions, and
introductory concepts of calculus such as the limit and the derivative.

The course focuses on four critical areas:
1. Applying methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and
conclusions from data
2. Expanding understanding of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical
functions
3. Expanding right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles
4. Consolidating functions and geometry to create models and solve contextual
problems
5. The course content is in alignment with California state standards and
Mathematics Vision Project.

Content
1. Polynomial Functions
2. Rational Expressions and Functions
3. Modeling with Geometry
4. Trigonometric Functions and their Graphs
5. Modeling with Functions
6. Parametric and Polar Functions
7. Statistics
8. Limits and the Definition of the Derivative

Textbook: McGraw-Hill Integrated Math 3 (2012)
Prerequisites: Integrated Math 2 Honors with an A or B

 

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