Multivariable Calculus takes the concepts covered in single variable calculus and extends them to multiple dimensions.
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In this course, students begin by studying topics in elementary number theory.
This course explores limits, derivatives and integrals through, whenever possible, applications and problem solving.
This is a college-level course on differential and integral calculus, but not including power series.
This is a college-level course on differential and integral calculus including power series and topics, such as the calculus of polar graphs that go beyond the scope of the AB syllabus.
This is an introductory course on modern statistics and its primary methods.
Math 3 is the first course in the integrated Algebra I/Geometry/Algebra II sequence.
Math 3E is problem-centered, but is more demanding than Math 3, considering a greater number of problem types, moving at a faster pace, and providing less instruction and support before homework on any given topic is assigned.
Math 4 is the second course in the integrated Algebra I/Geometry/Algebra II sequence.
This is a more methodical and deliberate approach to the general topics of Math 4.
The unifying subjects for this course of advanced algebra and geometry are straight lines and the figures they produce − polygons and polyhedra.
Math 5 is the third course in the integrated Algebra I/Geometry/Algebra II sequence.
This is a more methodical and deliberate approach to the general topics of Math 5.
This course completes the study of advanced algebra and geometry begun in Mathematics 4 Enriched.
This course prepares students for the AP Calculus AB course.
This course prepares students for the Calculus course by continuing the concepts from Core Mathematics 5 through the study of functions and logarithms.
This honors version of Precalculus completes the study of advanced algebra topics begun in Mathematics 5 Enriched.