## OVERVIEW

Get ready to dive in to Liberal Arts Math 2 through interactive video-based content. Successful completion of Algebra 1 and Geometry is required. Additionally, most districts recommend successful completion of Algebra 2 in their pupil progression plan to fully extend key concepts and prepare you for your mathematical future. Please check your district’s plan to determine if Algebra 2 is a prerequisite for this course. If such a plan is not available, Florida Virtual School recommends successful completion of Algebra 2 prior to enrolling in Liberal Arts Math 2.

The course incorporates the Florida Standards for Mathematical Practice, as well as the following Florida Standards for Mathematical Content: Rational Numbers, Seeing Structure in Expressions, Reasoning with Equations and Inequalities, Interpreting Functions, Arithmetic with Polynomials and Rational Expressions, Linear, Quadratic, and Exponential Models, Expressing Geometric Properties with Equations, Conditional Probability and the Rules of Probability, and Making Inferences and Justifying Conclusions.

This is an excellent third or fourth year math course and is accepted by Bright Futures and SUS, but is not NCAA approved at this time.

## MAJOR CONCEPTS

Rational Exponents and Complex Numbers

• Module One Checklist and Pretest
• Introduction to Rational Exponents
• Properties of Exponents
• Applications of Exponents
• Mid-Module Check
• Introduction to Complex Numbers
• Complex Numbers
• Module One Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module One Test

• Module Two Checklist and Pretest
• Factoring
• Completing the Square
• Mid-Module Check
• Graphing Systems of Equations
• Conics
• Module Two Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Two Test

Polynomials and Rational Equations

• Module Three Checklist and Pretest
• The Remainder Theorem
• Solving Polynomials by Factoring
• Sketching Polynomials by Finding Zeros
• Mid-Module Check
• Polynomial Identities
• Rational Expressions
• Graphing Rational Functions
• Module Three Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Three Test

Exponential Equations, Logarithms

• Module Four Checklist and Pretest
• Exponential Functions
• Growth and Decay Models
• Transformations
• Mid-Module Check and Collaboration
• Solving Equations Using Logarithms
• Graphing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
• Module Four Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Four Test
• Segment One Practice Exam
• Segment One Exam

Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences and Series

• Module Five Checklist and Pretest
• Arithmetic Sequences
• Geometric Sequences
• Sum of a Finite Geometric Series
• Applications of Series
• Module Five Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Five Test

Plane Geometry and Trigonometric Graphs

• Module Six Checklist and Pretest
• Perpendicular Lines
• Proofs on the Coordinate Plane
• Proving Theorems Algebraically
• Mid-Module Check
• Trigonometric Graphing
• Absolute Value and Piecewise Functions
• Comparing Functions
• Module Six Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Six Test

Independent and Conditional Probability

• Module Seven Checklist and Pretest
• Introduction to Probability
• Two-way Tables
• Mid-Module Check
• Independence vs Dependence
• Conditionality
• Module Seven Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Seven Test

Statistics

• Module Eight Checklist and Pretest
• Introduction to Statistics
• Simulations
• Statistical Studies
• Mid-Module Check and Collaboration
• Evaluating Reports
• Estimations and Predictions
• Analyzing and Presenting Data
• Module Eight Practice Test
• Discussion-Based Assessment
• Module Eight Test
• Segment Two Practice Exam
• Segment Two Exam

## Fee Details

 Progam Regular Fee Component Course Fee Material Course Fee Amount (USD) \$ 558 \$ 20 Description To be paid by the student at the time of Enrollment.

## Requirements

Scientific calculator, compass, straightedge, graph pape

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