Intermediate Algebra
This course follows the district approved curriculum and counts as a full year of graduation requirement in mathematics for those students who began their high school curriculum with Algebra I. Intermediate Algebra topics include operations with rational and irrational expressions, indepth study of linear equations and inequalities, analyzing and solving quadratic functions , solving systems of linear equations, properties of higher degree equations, and operations with rational and irrational exponents. Students investigate and solve absolute value, cubic, radical, exponential, logarithmic, and rational functions algebraically, numerically, and graphically, with and without a graphing calculator. Students analyze data and develop mathematical models to address real world problem situations. ACT/SAT and Accuplacer preparation is also included in this course. 
Mr. Carver
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 Calendar Chapter 1
 Calendar Chapter 2
 Calendar Chapter 3.1  3.6
 Calendar 3.7  3.9
 Final Review  First Semester
 Calendar Chapter 4
 Calendar Chapter 5 (5.1  5.5)
 Calendar Chapter 5 (5.6  5.9)
 Calendar Chapter 6
 FINAL EXAM  Second Semester