Making Math Real

Making Math Real
Posted on 01/21/2016
This is the image for the news article titled Making Math RealThis semester our 10th and 11th grade students taking Math III will have the opportunity to explore an exciting variety of topics.  Students will begin the semester learning about the nine key parent functions and completing a culminating unit project where they will identify these functions in the environment around them.  Students will utilize the laws of exponents and logarithms in order to dive deeper into the study of population growth/decay, half-life, and compounding investments. Additionally, students will study the ever-feared topic of trigonometry and the Unit Circle in order to gain a better understanding of modern/ancient engineering and architecture.  Finally, as the semester comes to a close, students will finish up by studying population proportions, the empirical rule, and other statistical topics.  Check back later for snapshots of all the great work these students will do this semester.