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Precalculus

This course emphasizes the study of polynomial, radical, exponential, logarithmic, and trigonometric functions. Functions, equations, and limits will be used as useful tools for expressing generalizations and as means for analyzing and understanding a broad variety of mathematical relationships. Functions, as well as symbolic reasoning, will be used to represent and connect ideas in geometry, probability, statistics, trigonometry, and calculus and to model physical situations.

Grade Placement: 11-12
Prerequisites: Algebra II and Geometry

This course is worth 1 credit.

PAP Precalculus

In addition to the topics studied in Precalculus, additional topics will include polar and parametric equations and sequences and series. The level of instruction/curriculum will focus on preparing the student for advanced placement courses.

Grade Placement: 11
Prerequisites: Pre-AP Algebra II, Pre-AP Geometry

This course is worth 1 credit.

 
 
 

Bennett, Brenda
Teaches: PAP Precalculus, Academic Decathlon

Room: 20014
Email:
bbennet1@aisd.net
Phone:682-867-6973
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 here

Bond, Rodney
Teaches: PAP Precalculus, IB Math Studies, AP Calculus AB

Room: 1108
Email: 
rbond@aisd.net
Phone:(682)-867-7074
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Hernandez, Mariel
Teaches: Precalculus, Algebra I

Email: mhernandez@aisd.net
Phone: 682-867-6967
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Moseley, Melanie
Teaches: Precalculus, Advanced Quantitative Reasoning, Algebraic Reasoning

Room: 2018
Email: 
mmosele1@aisd.net
Phone:(682)-867-6972
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here

 

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