# Mathematics

**High School Graduation: 8 credits required
Courses are offered based on demand, teacher availability and certification.**

**37111 Integrated Math I A** – 3 Trimesters - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9

**37112 Integrated Math I B**

**37113 Integrated Math I C**

Prerequisite: Math 8 A/B/C

Integrated Mathematics I is the first of three high school–level courses that integrate algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics aligned to the Idaho Content Standards and the SAT. This course formalizes and extends the mathematics that students learned in middle school. This course includes much of the content of an Algebra I course as well as geometry and statistics. Integrated Mathematics I focuses on linear and exponential expressions, equations, and functions. Students graph and analyze data throughout the course to make real life connections. Transformations, congruence, coordinate geometry, and basic constructions are incorporated to deepen students’ understanding of mathematical relationships.

**37151 Honors Integrated Math IA** - 3 Trimesters – CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9

**37152 Honors Integrated Math IB**

**37153 Honors Integrated Math IC**

Prerequisite: Math 8 A/B/C

This is a course intended for a student who can successfully complete the Integrated Mathematics I topics, but in greater depth and acceleration.

**37121 Integrated Math II A** – 3 Trimesters - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 10

**37122 Integrated Math II B**

**37123 Integrated Math II C**

Prerequisite: Integrated Mathematics I A/B/C

Integrated Mathematics II is the second of three high school–level courses that integrate algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics aligned to the Idaho Content Standards and the SAT. This course continues an emphasis on exploring algebraic and geometric relationships. Integrated Mathematics II focuses on quadratic expressions, equations, and functions while comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and exponential relationships as encountered in Integrated Mathematics I. A study of polygons, circles, right triangle trigonometry, data analysis, and probability further deepens students’ understanding of mathematical concepts.

**37161 Honors Integrated Math II A **– 3 Trimesters - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 9 10

**37162 Honors Integrated Math II B**

**37163 Honors Integrated Math II C**

Prerequisite: Honors Integrated Mathematics I A/B/C

This is a course intended for the student who can successfully complete the Integrated Mathematics II topics, but in greater depth and acceleration.

**37131 Integrated Math III A** – 2 Trimesters - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 11 12

**37132 Integrated Math III B**

Prerequisite: Integrated Mathematics II A/B/C

Integrated Mathematics III is the third of three high school‐level courses that integrate algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics aligned to the Idaho Content Standards and the SAT. This course extends the mathematical concepts students learned in Integrated Mathematics II. Students expand their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, radical, logarithm and trigonometric functions. The study of right-triangle trigonometry is expanded to include general triangles. Students combine understanding of data, functions, and geometry to create models and solve contextual problems.

**37171 Honors Integrated Math III A** – 2 Trimesters - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 10 11

**37172 Honors Integrated Math III B**

**37173 Honors Integrated Math III C**

Prerequisite: Honors Integrated Mathematics II A/B/C

This is a course intended for the student who can successfully complete the Integrated Mathematics III topics, but in greater depth and acceleration.

**37352 Applied Math A** - 1 Trimester each - CHS/HHS/NHHS 11 12

Pre or Co-requisite: Integrated Math II A/B/C

This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of essential business mathematical concepts. Basic math and algebraic operations will be taught, as well as statistical procedures that are used to analyze and solve realistic business and money management problems. **This course is not NCAA Eligibility Center approved, but will count for math credit toward graduation in the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District. **

**37363 Applied Math B **- 1 Trimester each - CHS/NHHS 11 12

Prerequisite: Applied Math A

This course would be good for a variety of students including those who want to acquire consumer math skills, students who wish to attend a technical school, and those who want to major in business in college. **This course is not NCAA Eligibility Center approved, but will count for math credit toward graduation in the Pocatello/Chubbuck School District. **

**37601 AP Calculus A **- 3 Trimesters - College Prep - CHS/HHS/PHS (DC) 12

**37602 AP Calculus B**

**37603 AP Calculus C**

Prerequisite: Honors Calculus at CHS. Honors Trigonometry at HHS. Honors Integrated Math III at PHS.

This advanced placement (AP) course in calculus consists of work that is comparable to a semester calculus course in colleges and universities. Topics of the course include limits and continuity, derivatives, integrals and their practical uses. Each topic will be studied using the Rule of Four (graphically, numerically, analytically, and verbally). It is expected that students taking this course will seek college credit, college placement, or both. Passing the AP exam should be the goal of every student taking this course. GEM Area 3

**37631 AP Statistics A **- 3 Trimesters - CHS/PHS 11 12

**37632 AP Statistics B
37633 AP Statistics C
87631 Statistics A DC** - 2 Trimesters – HHS

**87632 Statistics B DC**

**37634 Statistics A**- 2 Trimesters – HHS

**37635 Statistics B**

Prerequisite: “C” or better in Integrated Math IIIB

In this course, the student will be introduced to the major concepts of probability distributions, and tools for collecting, analyzing, and drawing conclusions from data. Students who successfully complete the course and examination may receive dual enrollment or advanced placement credit for college. This course requires a qualifying math test score (ALEKS, ACT, or SAT) for dual credit. GEM Area 3

**37541 College Algebra **- 1 Trimester - College Prep - CHS/PHS 11 12

**87541 College Algebra DC** – CHS

Prerequisite: Integrated Math IIIB

This class is designed to give students a strong background for college mathematics. Course emphasis is advanced algebraic manipulations and functions. This course requires a qualifying math test score (ALEKS, ACT, or SAT) for dual credit. GEM Area 3

**37661 College Math Readiness A** - 2 Trimesters - CHS/NHHS/PHS - Repeatable 11 12

**37662 College Math Readiness B**

Prerequisite: Integrated Math IIA/B/C

This course uses the ALEKS program to prepare learners for college level mathematics by diagnosing and remediating gaps in learning. Students will work at their own pace on a personalized learning plan. The course is a Web-based course (meaning you can access it from home) and is designed to find your weak areas in math, and improve them by working through modules set forth by the ALEKS program.

**37664 College Prep Mathematics A **- 2 Trimesters - Repeatable - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 11 12

**37665 College Prep Mathematics B **

Prerequisite: Integrated Math II A/B/C

This course is intended to provide a basic foundation for students to prepare for general education math requirements at the college level. The course will extend on concepts from Math I and Math II including a study of the fundamental concepts and operations of algebra, functions, polynomials, factoring, graphing, systems of equations, exponents, radicals, quadratics, exponential and logarithmic functions, and practical applications.

**37581 Honors Calculus** - 1 Trimester - College Prep - CHS 11 12

Prerequisite: Trigonometry or Integrated Math IIIB

This class covers the derivative and its applications.

**37551 Honors College Algebra** - 1 Trimester - College Prep – CHS/HHS 11 12

**87551 Honors College Algebra DC** – CHS/HHS/PHS

Prerequisite: Integrated Math IIIB

This course covers the topics in a traditional College Algebra course at an accelerated rate emphasizing the topics necessary to be successful in Calculus. This course requires a qualifying math test score (ALEKS, ACT, or SAT) for dual credit. GEM Area 3

**37521 Honors Trigonometry** - 1 Trimester - College Prep - CHS/HHS (DC) 11 12

Prerequisite: Integrated Math IIIB

This course covers the topics in trigonometry at an accelerated rate emphasizing identities and inverse relations. Polar coordinates and graphing are also included.

**37751 Math 123 Math in Modern Society A** - 2 Trimesters - CHS/HHS/NHHS/PHS 12

**37752 Math 123 Math in Modern Society B** (DC@CHS/HHS/PHS available if both Math in Modern Society 123 A & B are taken)

Prerequisite: Integrated Math III A/B; ALEKS Score of 30, or SAT Math Score of 500

This course provides an opportunity to acquire an appreciation of the nature of mathematics and its relationship to other aspects of our culture. This course is rigorous but not rigid and applies mathematics to real-world problems.

**37501 Trigonometry **- 1 Trimester - CHS/HHS/PHS (DC @ CHS) 11 12

Prerequisite: Integrated Math IIIB

This course is very beneficial for juniors and seniors interested in engineering and science. Right and oblique triangle trigonometric properties as well as identities are used in working problems. This course requires a qualifying math test score (ALEKS, ACT, or SAT) for dual credit.