High School Math
- Evaluating and solving mathematical problems involving linear, quadratic, polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, and rational functions.
- Delineate and analyze properties of the functions through tables, graphs, or equations.
- Measurements and relationships of segments and angles
- Deductive reasoning with reasoning with algebraic properties
- Cartesian coordinate plane to graph real-world relations
- Properties of functions
- Trigonometric functions and their inverses
- Sequences and series
- Polar equations
- Trigonometric ratios via the following formulas: sum, double angle, and half angle.
- Sine and cosine
- Quadratic functions and equations
- Graphing, and systems of linear equations and inequalities
- Binomial theorem
- Derivatives of functions (graph, limitations or real life application)
- Chain rule
- Finite sample spaces
- Probability and distribution
Discrete and continuous variables and distribution
- Central Theorem Limit
Other Topics in High School Math
- Trigonometry: High school trigonometry, college trigonometry, algebra trigonometry, and geometry trigonometry.
- Calculus: Pre-calculus, basic calculus, calculus 1, calculus 2, calculus 3, AP calculus, business calculus, multivariable calculus, advanced calculus, differential calculus, differential equations, and vector calculus.
- Statistics: Basic statistics, elementary statistics, high school statistics, AP. statistics, college statistics, graduate statistics, business statistics, AP. statistics, time series, and probability.
- Senior and Integrated Math: a combination of the above subjects including patterns and relationships, data analysis and probability and functions (linear, exponential, and quadratic).