International Christian Leadership Institute

Mathematics

Mathematics – (4 credits required)

By placing us in time and space, God has limited us to the finite and measurable and set Himself apart. We see order in every area. The language and skills of mathematics build our understanding of this order, its patterns, precision and constancy.

Algebra I (1.0 credit)

Algebra, Prentice Hall, c.2001
Patterns and Geometric Figures, Exploring Data, Graphs, Algebraic Expressions,
Real Numbers, Equations and Inequalities, Matrices, Properties of Geometric
Figures, Products and Polynomials, Rational and Irrational Numbers, Variation and Graphs, Functions and Relations.
Prerequisite: Pre-Algebra

Geometry (1.0 credit)

Geometry, Prentice Hall, c.2001
Shapes in Space, Patterns in Shapes, Measurement in the Plane, Shapes in the Coordinate Plane, Transformations, Measurement in Space, Trigonometry, Logic Reasoning with Angles and Parallel Lines, Reasoning with Triangles.
Prerequisite: Algebra I

Algebra II (1.0 credit)

Advanced Algebra, Prentice Hall, c.2001
Patterns and Properties of Numbers, Linear Equations and Inequalities, Quadratic
Equations and Relations, Functions and Graphs, Polynomials and Polynomial Functions, Matrices, Real and Complex Number Systems, Exponential and logarithmic Functions, Probability and Statistics, Sequences, Series and Limits, Circular functions, and Rational Expressions and Functions.

Pre-Calculus (1.0 credit)

Pre-Calculus: A Graphing Approach, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, c.2007
Functions and their Graphs, Polynomial and Rational Functions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, Trigonometric Fractions and their Applications, Analytic Trigonometry Polar Coordinates and Vectors, and a preview of Calculus, introducing the concepts of Limit, Derivative and Integral.

Calculus (1.0 credit)

Calculus, Addison-Wesley, c.1999
Rates of Change and Limits, Continuity, Tangent Lines, Derivatives and their
applications, Definite Integrals and their applications, Antiderivatives and Slope Fields, Integration by Substitution, and Integration by Parts. Application and techniques of differentiation and integration at the collegiate level in preparation for the AP Exam in May.

Statistics & Probability (1.0 credit)

Elementary Statistics, Pearson Prentice Hall ©2009
The Statistics & Probability class is offered to students who have completed Calculus in the junior year and are ready to move forward in the study of college level mathematics.

Consumer Math (1.0 credit)

Consumer Mathematics: In Christian Perspective. Judy Howe. Abeka Books. ©1998.
Everyday life skills from budgeting and banking, to planning a trip, buying a car, saving at the grocery store, are covered in this course. Students learn to change a tire, balance a checkbook, do laundry and evaluate all those credit card offers arriving in the mail.