# Integrated Math 3

## Course Description

Semester A

This course blends algebra, geometry, number and quantity, functions, modeling and statistics, and probability into one course. Students begin the course learning about the algebraic concepts of functions, equations, logarithms, and graphs and then transition into triangle and trig ratios. They dive into rational functions and sequences and series.

Semester B

In this semester, students begin by studying counting methods, probabilities, distributions, area, volume, parabolas, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and systems of equations and inequalities. They finish their course of study learning about trigonometry functions and identities.

## Course Requirements

#### Grade Level

11

#### Materials

Graphing calculator (can use an online version)

#### Duration

2 Semesters

#### Prerequisites

Integrated Math 2

OR

Algebra 1 & Geometry

#### Technology Skills

- Internet Access
- Word Processor
- Email Access

## Semester A

#### Major Concepts

- Algebra basics
- Polynomial and Logarithmic Functions
- Triangles
- Trigonometric Ratios
- Rational Functions and Relations
- Sequences and Series

## Semester B

#### Major Concepts

- Probability and Statistics
- Area
- Volume
- Conic Sections
- Trigonometric Functions
- Trigonometric Identities