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# COURSES

### PRE-ALGEBRA PART 1

# Course Description:

The topics covered in this course include: solving numeric expressions with whole number and simple fractions; solving algebraic expressions of single variable, long division, multiplication, comparisons, etc. The goal will be to complete four lessons from the text each week.

Textbook: Math 76, An Incremental Development 3nd Edition, Saxon

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 30-60 minutes per day

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### PRE-ALGEBRA

# Course Description:

The topics covered in this course include: the four basic operations involving integers, decimals; solving multi-step equations; inequalities; factors and exponents; proportions; percents; linear equations; graph linear equations and inequalities; introduction to geometry; introduction to polynomial operations; introduction to statistics (range, mode, median, mean, and data visualization.)

Textbook: All necessary material will be provided by the instructor and posted on Canvas

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 30-60 minutes per day

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### ALGEBRA 1

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The topics covered in this course include: solving problems involving absolute value, mixtures, montion, isolation of variables; uniti conversion; scientific notation; inequalities and graphs; proportions; functions; linear equations, inverse and direct variation; systems of equations and inequalities; exponents; four basic operations with polynomials; factorization; quadratic functions; radicals; rational expressions; introduction to trigonometry and geometry; statistics.

Textbook: Algebra 1, An incremental Development, 3rd Edition, Saxon ISBN: 978-1565771345

Homework Help: Every assigned homework has a solution-video. Also, there are two hours live zoom help session per week.

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 30-60 minutes per day

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### ALGEBRA 2

# Course Description: (Click for the table of content)

The topics covered in this course include: equations and inequalities; functions; linear functions; systems of equations and inequalities; Matrices; complex numbers; quadratic fuctions and inequalities; polynomial functions; radical functions; conic sections; rational expressions; exponent and logarithmic expressions; sequences and series; trigonometry; probability and statistics.

Textbook: Algebra 2, An incremental Development, 3rd Edition, Saxon ISBN: 978-1565771406

Homework Help: Every assigned homework has a solution-video. Also, there are two hours live zoom help session per week.

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 30-60 minutes per day

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### PRE-CALCULUS

# Course Description:

The topics covered in this course include: functions; power, polynomial and rational functions; inequalities; exponential and logarithmic functions; trigonometry; parametric equations; polar coordinates; two and three dimensional vectors; matrices and systems; conic sections; permutation and combination; probability; sequences and series; introduction to limits; introduction to derivatives; introduction to integrals.

Textbook: All material will be posted on Canvas.

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 30-60 minutes per day

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### Chemistry 1

# Course Description:

This is an introductory chemistry class for students who have never taken a conventional chemistry class.The concepts explored in this course include: matter and energy; atomic theory; and structure of the atom; period table; and introduction to electron configuration. In the second half of the course, main concepts of biology will the introduced to the student.

Textbook: no textbook

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 30-60 minutes per week

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### Chemistry 2

# Course Description:

This course is divided into two parts: general chemistry and organic chemistry.

The first half of the course will study the following general chemistry concepts: Measurements; Atomic structure; Bonding; and Chemical calculations.

The second half of the course will be an introduction to organic chemistry. The student will explore the following concepts: Bond-line drawings; resonance; Acid-base reactions; and nomenclature. In addition, several main biology concepts will the introduced to the student.

Textbook: All material for this course will be posted on Canvas.

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 2 hours per week

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### ACT Prep

# Course Description:

This class focus on the math and science portion of the ACT. The goal is to review the concepts of a ACT exam each month by solving math and science past ACT tests. Students will be given a list of subjects they will study before the next class period. Students who follow the course instructions will do significantly better on the ACT exam.

Textbook: All material for this course will be provided and posted on Canvas.

Duration: 32 weeks

Class: 2 Hrs.

Expected Homework: 2 hours per week

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

### Geometry/Trigonometry

# Course Description:

The some of the concepts covered in this course are: parallel lines; congruent triangles; properties of triangles; quadrilaterals; similarity; right triangle; trigonometry; surface area and volume; circles; transformations; intro to probabilities; etc.

Textbook: All material for this course will be posted on Canvas.

Homework Help: Every assigned homework has a solution-video. Also, there are two hours live zoom help session per week.

Duration: 32 weeks

Expected Homework: 2 hours per week

Note: Canvas will be used to monitor student progress, post homework assignments, help-videos, and other important information about the course.

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