Algebraic Foundations II (Basic)

Credits: 1

This course completes the two-part Algebra I course. The topics of the course include further investigation of equations and their application in the real world. Equations will be developed using technology. After investigating operations of exponents using manipulatives, students will learn to apply the concept to scientific notation. Applications of systems of equations will be studied using both algebra and analytic geometry. Data analysis and linear regression will be explored using the graphing calculator. This course will also include the language of BASIC using the programming functions of the graphing calculator. Applications of ratios and proportions prepare students for the transition to Algebra II.


Prerequisite: Algebraic Foundations I