This course uses an incremental approach to teach advanced algebra, geometry, trigonometry, discrete mathematics, and mathematical analysis. A thorough study of Euclidean geometry is also included. This course will prepare students for college entrance exams such as the ACT and the SAT.
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Complete the assignments for lessons 1–82 plus those problems in lessons 83–85 that were taught in lessons 1–82, and the 8 comprehensive exams. The text lessons are to be graded by the instructor; exams will be graded by Christian Liberty (CLASS). Saxon-produced tests are included, but are considered practice tests and are not the official exams for the course. A graphing calculator will be needed and may be used on both the daily assignments and the exams, except where noted.
|Subject: Honors Mathematics|
|Suggested Grade: 10th - 12th|
|Prerequisites: Successful completion of Saxon Algebra 2 with a final grade of "B" or better, or successful completion of both another algebra 2 and geometry, with a final grade of "B" or better in both.|
|Academic Credit: 1.0 credit|
|Course Materials: textbook, homeschool packet, Saxon test booklet, Saxon test & problem set answer key, solutions manual, and Parent-Teacher Guide (includes 8 exams)*|
|Primary Text Details|
|Title: Advanced Mathematics|
|Author: John H. Saxon, Jr.|
|Publisher: Saxon Publishers|
|Copyright: 2003 (2nd edition)|
|Hardbound: 748 pages†|
|ISBN: 978-1-6003-2973-9 (Home Study Kit)|
|* Item published by Christian Liberty
† Only lessons 1–82 and select material from lessons 83–85 (571 pages) are required for this course