## Math

## course descriptions

**A-B: This applies to year-long courses. A=fall term, B=spring term.**

## math 0 a-b (0500 and 0501)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 9

Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation only.

Must be taken with Math 0 Lab.

Part of a two class course paired with 'Math 0 Lab.' Designed for students who require extra assistance with their math skills to be successful for a Math 1 Course.

Grade Level: 9

Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation only.

Must be taken with Math 0 Lab.

Part of a two class course paired with 'Math 0 Lab.' Designed for students who require extra assistance with their math skills to be successful for a Math 1 Course.

**Admittance to this class is restricted by teacher placement. This class counts as an elective credit.**## Math 1 a -b (0574 and 0575)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite:

Math 1 is the first in a series of 3 classes (Math 1, 2, and 3). This course will include a study of expressions, equations and inequalities, transformations and constructions, functions and their graphs, linear systems and quadratic functions will be covered. Math 1 fulfills the high school Algebra requirement for graduation.

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite:

**By previous Instructor’s recommendation only**Math 1 is the first in a series of 3 classes (Math 1, 2, and 3). This course will include a study of expressions, equations and inequalities, transformations and constructions, functions and their graphs, linear systems and quadratic functions will be covered. Math 1 fulfills the high school Algebra requirement for graduation.

## math 1 lab a-b (0508 and 0509)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation only.

Must be taken concurrently with 'Math 1.' Designed for students who require extra assistance in order to be successful in their Math 1 class.

Grade Level: 9, 10

Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation only.

**May be taken with Math 1.**Must be taken concurrently with 'Math 1.' Designed for students who require extra assistance in order to be successful in their Math 1 class.

**. This class counts as an elective credit.**## Honors GEOMETRY A–B (0520 and 0521)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 9

Prerequisite:

This course is for freshmen who have successfully completed Algebra 1 in the 8th grade. This course is an in-depth study of deductive reasoning as a form of mathematical proof and problem solving. Geometry topics include congruence, similarity, mathematical construction, parallels, triangles, and circles.

Grade Level: 9

Prerequisite:

__Algebra 1__

This course is for freshmen who have successfully completed Algebra 1 in the 8th grade. This course is an in-depth study of deductive reasoning as a form of mathematical proof and problem solving. Geometry topics include congruence, similarity, mathematical construction, parallels, triangles, and circles.

## GEOMETRY A–B (0510 and 0511)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 1 A-B or Algebra Concepts C-D,

This course uses deductive reasoning as a form of mathematical proof and problem solving. Geometry topics include congruence, similarity, mathematical construction, parallels, triangles, and circles.

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 1 A-B or Algebra Concepts C-D,

This course uses deductive reasoning as a form of mathematical proof and problem solving. Geometry topics include congruence, similarity, mathematical construction, parallels, triangles, and circles.

## honors alebra 2 a-b (0532 and 0533)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 10

Prerequisite: Honors Geometry or Teacher recommendation.

This course is a study of advanced quadratic equations, exponents, radical expressions, functions and graphs, and the structure of mathematical thought. This course is especially useful for students planning careers in science and technology.

Grade Level: 10

Prerequisite: Honors Geometry or Teacher recommendation.

This course is a study of advanced quadratic equations, exponents, radical expressions, functions and graphs, and the structure of mathematical thought. This course is especially useful for students planning careers in science and technology.

## ALGEBRA 2 A–B (0504 and 0505)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Geometry A-B,

This course is a study of advanced quadratic equations, exponents, radical expressions, functions and graphs, and the structure of mathematical thought. This course is especially useful for students planning careers in science and technology. Algebra 2 may be taken concurrently with geometry with instructor’s approval.

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Geometry A-B,

This course is a study of advanced quadratic equations, exponents, radical expressions, functions and graphs, and the structure of mathematical thought. This course is especially useful for students planning careers in science and technology. Algebra 2 may be taken concurrently with geometry with instructor’s approval.

## Pre-Calculus A–B (0512 and 0513)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 2 A-B and Geometry,

Dual Credit: Credit may be taken through CWI dependent upon age/grade.

This course is a review of selected topics from Algebra 2, followed by conic sections, trigonometry, logarithmic functions, complex numbers, sequences and series, and probability. It includes preparation for advanced work in science, engineering, technology, and higher mathematics.

Grade Level: 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 2 A-B and Geometry,

Dual Credit: Credit may be taken through CWI dependent upon age/grade.

This course is a review of selected topics from Algebra 2, followed by conic sections, trigonometry, logarithmic functions, complex numbers, sequences and series, and probability. It includes preparation for advanced work in science, engineering, technology, and higher mathematics.

## statistics a-b (0517 and 0518)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite:

Dual Credit: Credit may be taken through CWI dependent upon age/grade.

Statistics introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Data is collected using hands-on experiments or surveys. Graphing calculators and statistical software will be used extensively. A statistics course is typically required for many college majors. Statistics may be taken concurrently with Advanced Math A-B or Calculus A-B.

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite:

**Algebra 2 A-B**__,__preferably Pre-CalculusDual Credit: Credit may be taken through CWI dependent upon age/grade.

Statistics introduces students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Data is collected using hands-on experiments or surveys. Graphing calculators and statistical software will be used extensively. A statistics course is typically required for many college majors. Statistics may be taken concurrently with Advanced Math A-B or Calculus A-B.

## CALCULUS A-B (0514 and 0515)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Advanced Math A-B,

This course emphasizes analytical approaches to problem solving, mathematical proof, limits and development of elementary calculus.

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Advanced Math A-B,

This course emphasizes analytical approaches to problem solving, mathematical proof, limits and development of elementary calculus.

## consumer math a-b (0528 and 0529)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite:

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite:

**Algebra 1 and Geometry****Consumer Mathematics deals primarily with money management. Students will work with loans, saving accounts, checking accounts, payroll, APR, state and federal taxes, etc. This class is only for students that have taken Algebra 1 and Geometry.**## college algebra A–B (0523 and 0524)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 2 A-B,

This course is a review of selected topics from Algebra 2, followed by conic sections, trigonometry, logarithmic functions, complex numbers, and probability. This course is appropriate for students who are college bound and not geared towards the fields of math, science or engineering.

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 2 A-B,

This course is a review of selected topics from Algebra 2, followed by conic sections, trigonometry, logarithmic functions, complex numbers, and probability. This course is appropriate for students who are college bound and not geared towards the fields of math, science or engineering.

## Personal finance (math) (0224) fall

Semester: 1 credit

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra Concepts A,B,C,D or Algebra 1 A-B, Geometry.

Mathematics of Personal Finance introduces students to the major concepts and tools for applying general math topics to consumer problems and situations. Spreadsheet software will be used extensively. Applications will include budgeting, taxation, credit, banking services, insurance, buying and selling products and services, car and home Ownership and rental, managing personal income, and investments.

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

Prerequisite: Algebra Concepts A,B,C,D or Algebra 1 A-B, Geometry.

__Instructor’s signature required on registration form__**Note: This course will count as a Math****Note: This course will count as a Math Credit towards Middleton High School graduation.**

Mathematics of Personal Finance introduces students to the major concepts and tools for applying general math topics to consumer problems and situations. Spreadsheet software will be used extensively. Applications will include budgeting, taxation, credit, banking services, insurance, buying and selling products and services, car and home Ownership and rental, managing personal income, and investments.

## forensic accounting/fraud investigator (0219) spring

Semester: 1 credits

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

This is an Introduction of fundamental double-entry accounting concepts and terminology. Emphasis is on fraud in the business setting. Forensic Accountants combine their accounting knowledge with investigative skills in various investigative accounting settings..

Grade Level: 10, 11, 12

__Instructor’s signature required on registration form.__

**Note: This course will count as a Math Credit towards Middleton High School graduation.**This is an Introduction of fundamental double-entry accounting concepts and terminology. Emphasis is on fraud in the business setting. Forensic Accountants combine their accounting knowledge with investigative skills in various investigative accounting settings..

## introduction to financial ACCOUNTING A–B (0220 and 0221)

Year: 2 credits

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 1, Geometry, and a Computer Course.

Dual Credit: Credit may be taken through College of Western Idaho dependent upon age/grade.

Students will learn the basics of the accounting functions related to service businesses and merchandising businesses. Students will learn to create and record payroll, how to complete the end-of-fiscal period procedures, and how to create financial statements. Students will learn basic depreciation methods, the common practices related to inventory, and accounting concepts related to notes and interest. Students will use written methods, computerized spreadsheets, and computerized software. Course reinforces general math skills for students who have previously attained them, emphasizes speed and accuracy in computations, will extend the general math skills to cover additional math concepts, and use these skills in a variety of accounting and business applications.

Grade Level: 12

Prerequisite: Algebra 1, Geometry, and a Computer Course.

__Instructor’s signature required on registration form__Dual Credit: Credit may be taken through College of Western Idaho dependent upon age/grade.

**Note: This course will count as a Math Credit towards Middleton High School graduation.**Students will learn the basics of the accounting functions related to service businesses and merchandising businesses. Students will learn to create and record payroll, how to complete the end-of-fiscal period procedures, and how to create financial statements. Students will learn basic depreciation methods, the common practices related to inventory, and accounting concepts related to notes and interest. Students will use written methods, computerized spreadsheets, and computerized software. Course reinforces general math skills for students who have previously attained them, emphasizes speed and accuracy in computations, will extend the general math skills to cover additional math concepts, and use these skills in a variety of accounting and business applications.