# Math

All students are required to complete one credit in Algebra I, one credit in Geometry, and one credit in another math or a CTE math class, for the three credits required for graduation. Students may pass the State (SBAC) Math Assessment to fulfill the graduation requirements. A scientific calculator is recommended. A graphing calculator is recommended for Pre-Calculus and above.

- General Math Courses - All Schools
- Other Math Courses - RAL Only - Teacher Recommendation Needed
- Other Math Courses - MM Only - Teacher Recommendation Needed
- Other Math Courses - All Schools - Teacher Recommendation Needed

## General Math Courses - All Schools

**ALGEBRA I - MAT113/MAT114**

This course is the study of properties and operations of the real number system; evaluating rational algebraic expressions; solving and graphing first degree equations and inequalities; translating word problems into equations; operations with and factoring of polynomials; and solving and graphing exponentials. A scientific calculator is recommended.

**9th-10th Grade**

**Length:** Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**ALGEBRA I HONORS - MAT115/MAT116**

Algebra I Honors is an accelerated course in Algebra covering such topics as real number system; evaluating rational algebraic expressions; solving and graphing first degree equations; operations with a factoring of polynomials; and solving and graphing exponentials. A scientific calculator is recommended.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Teacher recommendation

**Length:** Year long

**Credit:** 1.0

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**GEOMETRY - MAT213/MAT214**

Geometry is a course covering such topics as angles, quadrilaterals, circles, congruencies, similarity, proportions, proofs, constructions, transformations, triangles and basic trigonometry A scientific calculator is recommended.

**9th- Grade**

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**GEOMETRY HONORS - MAT215/MAT216**

Geometry Honors is an accelerated course in Geometry covering such topics as angles, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, congruence, similarity, proportions, proofs, constructions, transformations, triangles and basic trigonometric functions. A scientific calculator is recommended.

**9th-10th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Teacher recommendation

**Length:** Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**INTEGRATED III - MAT301/MAT302**

This course is designed to review Algebra I and Geometry Concepts to build the mathematical fluency for success in Algebra ll. This is a contextual class with more real-world problems and explorations.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Must have passed Algebra I and Geometry

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Location: **RA Long

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**ALGEBRA II - MAT311/MAT312**

Algebra ll is a college readiness course covering functions (quadratics, polynomial, radical, rational, exponential, logarithmic, piece-wise and trigonometric), systems of equations, properties of exponents, and simplifying expressions. A scientific calculator is recommended.

**10th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed Algebra l or Teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**ALGEBRA II/TRIGONOMETRY HONORS - MAT313/MAT314**

Algebra II/Trigonometry Honors is an advanced Algebra course in preparation for college-level Algebra. The types of functions discussed include polynomial, radical, piecewise, exponential, logarithmic, inverse and trigonometric functions. A graphing calculator is strongly recommended.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Teacher recommendation

**Length:** Year long

**Credit:** 1.0

**Location: **RA Long & Mark Morris

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**BRIDGE TO COLLEGE MATH (BTCM) - MAT117/MAT118**

BTCM is a course designed for college-bound students and will prepare them for either “Math in Society” or “Statistics” at any community college in Washington. Topics covered include: algebraic expressions, equations, measurement & proportional reasoning, linear functions, quadratic functions, interpreting statistical data.

**12th Grade (11th with teacher recommendation)**

**Prerequisite: **Attempted Algebra II or teacher recommendation

**Length:** Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**MATHEMATICAL REASONING—EWU - MATH 107 MAT523/MAT524**

The course explores sets, basic logic, truth tables, elementary probability, statistics and basic finance mathematics. The spirit of the course is one of reasoning and problem solving. This is a terminal course intended for students not taking any other mathematics courses for their program of study. This proficiency may be satisfied by examination. Students who register with EWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits.

**11th -12th Grade**

**Prerequisites: **Passed Algebra 2 Length: Year long

**Credit:** 1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**STATISTICAL CONCEPTS & METHODS — CWU MATH 211 - MAT529/MAT530**

This course develops statistical literacy and the ability to think statistically, and understand how probability plays a role in statistical inference. Descriptive statistics and their graphical representations are used to summarize real and simulated data sets. Students understand how the variation present in a population affects the precision of estimates of population attributes. Confidence intervals and hypothesis testing are introduced with an emphasis on understanding their use in context. Students who register with EWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits.

**11-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Passed Algebra ll with a B or better, or teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**ALGEBRA CONCEPTS—EWU MATH 114 - MAT525/MAT528**

(Math Analysis)

Topics studied are quadratic, rational, and radical equations and functions including an introduction to the algebra of polynomial functions. Problem solving, use of graphing tools, and quantitative and abstract reasoning are emphasized throughout the course. Students who register with EWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed Algebra ll with a C or better, or teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**MATH ANALYSIS - MAT411/MAT520
FUNCTIONS & REASONING CWU - MATH 152**

Mathematical Analysis is an advanced algebra course covering such topics as coordinate geometry, conic sections, trigonometry, logarithms, vectors, sequences, series and probability. Second semester is the CWU Function and Reasoning course. Acceptance is based on college placement exam and registration with CWU. Students who register with CWU and pass the class will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is strongly recommended.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:**Must have passed Algebra II with a C+ or better, or teacher recommendation

**Length:**Year long

**Credit:**1.5

**Location:**RA Long & Mark Morris

**Graduation Requirement:**Math

**PRECALCULUS l—EWU MATH 141 MAT417**

This course includes modeling, rates of change and structure of functions; especially polynomial, rational, logarithmic and exponential. Problem solving, use of graphing tools and abstract reasoning are emphasized throughout the course. Students who register with EWU and pass the class will receive 5 quarter credits.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed Algebra ll with a B or better or teacher recommendation

**Length:** Semester

**Credit: **1.0

**Locations: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**PRECALCULUS ll—EWU MATH 142 MAT418**

This course includes an in depth treatment of trigonometric and inverse trigonometric functions, identities, complex numbers, sequences, series, conic sections and mathematical induction. Polar coordinates, parametric equations and vectors are introduced. Problem solving, use of graphing tools, and quantitative and abstract reasoning are emphasized throughout the course. Students who register with EWU and pass the class will receive 5 quarter credits.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed EWU MATH 141 with a c or better

**Length: **Semester

**Credit: **1.0

**Locations: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**PRE-CALCULUS 153/CWU MATH 153 MAT415**

This advanced course includes the study of college level algebra covering functions, logarithms, and conic sections. Students who register with CWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is recommended.

**10th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Acceptance is based on college placement exam. Registration with Central Washington University.

**Length:** Semester (1st only)

**Credit:** 1.0

**Location: **MM & RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**PRE-CALCULUS 154 /CWU MATH 154 MAT416**

This advanced course includes the study of trigonometry in degree and radian measures, polar coordinates, unit circle, graphing trigonometric functions and their transformations, and using trigonometric properties to solve and verify equations.

Students who register with CWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is recommended.

**10th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Passed Pre-Calculus 153

**Length: **Semester (2nd only)

**Credit: **1.0

**Location: **MM & RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**CALCULUS l EWU MATH 161 - MAT527**

This course introduces the concepts of mathematical limits, derivatives, definite and indefinite integrals, and of real-valued functions of a single real variable, with applications. Students who register with EWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits.

**10th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed precalculus or teacher recommendation

**Length: **Semester

**Credit:** 1.0

**Location:** RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**CALCULUS ll EWU MATH 162 - MAT528**

This course presents techniques of integration and improper integrals, with applications, and introduces transcendental functions. Students who register with EWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits.

**10th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed precalculus or teacher recommendation

**Length: **Semester

**Credit: **1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**CALCULUS 172/CWU MATH 172 MAT517**

This advanced course includes a review of the essential pre-calculus concepts necessary for a complete understanding of calculus, limits and their properties, differentiation of functions with emphasis on understanding, and applications of rates of change and curve sketching. Students who register with CWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is required.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Passed Pre-Calculus 154 with a C or better or acceptable score on college placement exam.

**Length:** Semester (1st only)

**Credit: **1.0

**Location: **MM

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**CALCULUS 173/CWU MATH 173 MAT518**

This advanced course includes applications of related rates of differentiation, integration, applications involving areas and volumes of 2 and 3 dimensional functions, and integration skills including logarithmic functions, exponential functions, and trigonometric functions. Students who register with CWU and pass will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is required.

**11th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Passed Calculus 172 with a C or better.

**Length: **Semester (2nd only)

**Credit: **1.0

**Location:** MM

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**CWU MATH 101 Math in MODERN WORLD MAT531**

Selected topics, from the development and applications of mathematics together with their relationship to the development of our present society, designed to advance critical thinking and quantitative reasoning. Students who register with CWU and pass the class will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is strongly recommended.

**11**^{th}**-12**^{th}** Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Must have passed Algebra II with a C- or better

**Length: **1st Semester

**Credit:**1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

**CWU MATH 102 MATH DECISION MAKING MAT532**

Selected topics, from probability, statistics, and mathematical decision making with real-world application. Students who register with CWU and pass the class will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is strongly recommended.

**11**^{th}**-12**^{th}** Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Must have passed Algebra II with a C- or better

**Length: **2nd Semester

**Credit:**1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

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**CWU 130 FINITE MATHEMATICS MAT533/MAT534**

The language of sets, counting procedures, introductory probability, decision making, and introductory descriptive statistics. Meets General Education “reasoning” requirement and prepares student for introductory statistics courses in various departments. Students who register with CWU and pass the class will receive 5 quarter credits. A graphing calculator is strongly recommended.

**11**^{th}**-12**^{th}** Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Must have passed Algebra II with a C- or better

**Length: **Year long

**Credit:**1.0

**Location: **RAL

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

## Other Math Courses - RAL Only - Teacher Recommendation Needed

**MATH STUDIES III - MAT133/MAT134**

This adapted Algebra course helps strengthen skills and develop Algebra strategies to meet Common Core state math graduation requirement standards.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**MATH STUDIES IV - MAT151/MAT152**

Students will be taught the basic concepts of Personal Finance with adaptations. Personal Finance topics will include: goal setting, career inquiry, decision making, income, money management, budgeting, spending, savings and checking accounts, as well as comparison shopping to 12th grade students.

**9th-12th Grade **

**Prerequisite: **Teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

## Other Math Courses - MM Only - Teacher Recommendation Needed

**INTENSIVE ALGEBRA I - MAT135/MAT136**

This Algebra I course meets the minimum math standards as required by the state.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**INTENSIVE GEOMETRY - MAT235/MAT236**

Students will strengthen skills in this Geometry course meeting the minimum math standards as required by the state.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit:** 1.0

**Graduation Requirement:** Math

## Other Math Courses - All Schools - Teacher Recommendation Needed

**MATH STUDIES I - MAT131/MAT132**

Students will strengthen skills and develop strategies to meet Common Core math standards to meet state math graduation requirements.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite:** Teacher recommendation

**Length: **Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement: **Math

**MATH STUDIES II - MAT101/MAT102**

Students will strengthen skills and develop strategies to meet Common Core math standards to meet state math graduation requirements.

**9th-12th Grade**

**Prerequisite: **Teacher recommendation

**Length:** Year long

**Credit: **1.0

**Graduation Requirement: **Math