Calculus II

This one-semester, one-half-credit Oak Meadow course is a continuation of the full-year Calculus I course. It picks up where Calculus I ended and completes the final 1/3 of the Saxon textbook, Calculus with Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry. Together, the Oak Meadow Calculus I and Calculus II courses cover the topics on the AP Calculus BC

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Calculus I

Calculus I focuses on all the topics normally covered in an Advanced Placement AB-level calculus program. The text begins with a thorough review of those mathematical concepts and skills required for calculus. In the early problem sets, students practice setting up word problems they will later encounter as calculus problems. The problem sets contain multiple-choice

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Advanced Mathematics

Advanced Mathematics prepares students for the study of mathematics at the college level through a presentation of standard pre-calculus topics, including substantial new material on discrete mathematics and data analysis. Prerequisite: Algebra II

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Algebra II

In Algebra II, students integrate topics from Algebra I and Geometry, and they begin the study of trigonometry. The course provides opportunities for continued practice of the fundamental concepts of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry to enable students to develop a foundation for the study of Advanced Mathematics. Prerequisite: Geometry and Algebra I

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Math Connections

Math Connections is a problem-solving course focused on topics and applications relevant to life in today’s world. Every lesson includes mental math activities, journaling, textbook readings, and practice problems. Activities requiring critical thinking and the application of math skills are also part of each lesson. The course looks at math connections to art, science, history, philosophy, and

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Geometry

This geometry course introduces students to the basic theorems of Euclidean plane geometry and their applications, and it explores both plane and solid geometric figures. Students learn how to prove theorems by the axiomatic method and to use these theorems in solving a variety of problems. They also learn how to accomplish a variety of

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Algebra I

This course covers essential algebraic concepts. Emphasis is placed on applying algebraic and geometric skills to solve word problems. The following skills are covered: evaluation of expressions involving signed numbers exponents and roots properties of real numbers absolute value and equations and inequalities involving absolute value scientific notation unit conversions solution of equations in one

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