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Calculus for the youngest of our KAMSC students (since freshman cannot register for this class; there are limits to one's ability to jump ahead of the rest of the pack . . . but hey, that's life!).
Math 2 consists of Advanced Algebra, plus work with Probability & Statistics.
AP Calculus AB is a full-year course that follows the Advanced Placement curriculum, with emphasis on understanding the graphical, numerical, and algebraic interpretations of differentiation and integration techniques. Students will develop ways to obtain a deeper analysis of functions and algebraic expressions beyond the basic process of solving an equation for its roots. The TI-89 graphing calculator will be used extensively for writing programs, graphing equations, and calculating derivatives and integrals. Students who successfully complete this course will be well-prepared for the AP Calculus AB Exam, which takes place in early May.
Integrated Mathematics I consists of an integrated mathematics curriculum. The course will integrate geometry, algebra, probability, statistics, graphing calculators, and problem solving. Students will have completed a first year algebra course before entering the center. Therefore, a major component of Math I is geometry. Heavy emphasis is placed on methods of problem solving, problem formulation, and applications utilizing graphing calculators.