11th – 12th Grade  

    Full Year: Credit - 1

    Prerequisite: College-Prep Functions, Statistics and Trigonometry or teacher recommendation from College-Prep Algebra 2 teacher

    The primary goal of College-Prep Precalculus is to foster an appreciation for the axiomatic and deductive approaches used in many fields.This course consists of topics from Precalculus and discrete mathematics.  Precalculus focuses on infinite and continuous processes, while discrete mathematics focuses on finite and iterative processes. Topics studied in this course include trigonometry, analytical geometry, introductory derivatives, integrals, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs.Students will access the curriculum through Glencoe McGraw-Hill’s Precaclulus, CCSS textbook. The TI-Nspire CX graphing calculator is used extensively for demonstrations, class activities and homework. It is strongly recommended that each student purchase a TI-Nspire CX graphing calculator.

    Teachers: Click on your teacher's name to visit their website.    

    Click on the image to access your online textbook.