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Algebra II / Trigonometry

Course Description

Recommended: Recommended: B or better in Geometry (Enriched) with teacher recommendation.

 

Algebra 2/Trig is for accelerated students who plan to maximize the amount of mathematics studied in high school. Course content includes a more rigorous study of all topics taught in the Algebra 2 course. Students will study, in depth, the 6 trigonometric functions as they relate to the unit circle using radians and degrees to simplify expressions, solve equations and applications, and graph basic and translated trigonometric functions.  Additional topics include solving triangles, defining and solving equations with inverse trigonometric functions, and proving and applying trigonometric identities.

Difference between Algebra 2 & Algebra 2/Trig