Integrated Math 3 is the third portion of the Integrated Math series. In all Integrated courses, many of these concepts draw Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry concepts and bring them together so that math can be more meaningful and applicable to students. Students will have a blend of instruction, reviewing and expanding all previous high school math topics. First, they begin with understanding what functions are, extend their work on polynomials beyond quadratics to graphing, problem-solving, and working with rational expressions. An introduction to statistics and probability will also be included in this class. Various tools such as standard deviation, variance, box whisker plot will be further studied as well as trigonometric concepts, such as sin, cos and tan. Finally, students will be able to problem-solve, make inferences and draw conclusions with the knowledge they gain from this course.
Prerequisite: Algebra 1A & 1B or Integrated Math 1A & 1B + Geometry A & B or Integrated Math 2A & 2B