Mathematics


Mathematics Department
Teachers:  Sandra Cohen, Abdel Elmoussaoui, Addison Love, Marwa Elhalaby, Faye Ruiz

Integrated Algebra: This course is an in-depth study of algebraic principles, conceptual understanding, procedural fluency, and problem solving.  This is the first course of the new NYS High School Mathematics Regents sequence.  This 2-semester course culminates in a Regents Exam in June.

Geometry: Covers basic geometry including measures, proofs, and parallels.  You will examine the properties of congruence, as well as polygrams.  This course on geometry also teaches the meaning and importance of proofs. This 2-semester course culminates in a Regents Exam in June.

Algebra II/Trigonometry: The follow-up to Algebra I; this course teaches how to analyze equations and inequalities.  Students learn how to graph linear relationships, use matrices, and work with algebraic and qualitative functions.  This 2-semester course culminates in a Regents Exam in June.

Calculus: This is a branch of mathematics involving derivatives and integrals, as well as the study of motion, in which changing values are studied.

AP Calculus AB: This is a branch of mathematics involving derivatives and integrals, as well as the study of motion, in which changing values are studied.  This is a two-semester course, which culminates in taking the Advanced Placement exam in May.

AP Calculus BC: This is a branch of mathematics involving derivative and integrals, as well as the study of motion, in which changing values are studied.  The BC course includes sequences and series.  This is a two-semester course, which culminates in taking the Advanced Placement exam in May.

Statistics (Fall)/Applied Mathematics (Spring):  These courses focus on the exploration of real world problems in:  financial planning, statistics, and basic math.

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