• Scope and Sequence

    Unit 1: Solving Equations & Inequalities

        We want you to come out of this unit being able to solve various equations using various methods.
        The relationships between numbers can be represented in many ways (by equations, inequalities, and systems).

    Unit 2: Parent Graphs & Their Transformations

         Transformed and Parent Equations, verbal descriptions (a, h, and k), graphs, and tables provide insight into the relationship between quantities

    Unit 3: Functions & Their Inverses

        Inverse relationships can be observed in equations, verbal descriptions, graphs and tables

    Rational function:  Transformation and Inverse 

    Unit 4: Logarithms & Exponentials

        We use logarithms to solve for an unknown exponent.   Solve expo-equation 

               desmos link    Exponential curve passing through 2 given points  

                                    Logarithmic curve passing through 2 given points

                                    Log Equations with different bases pdf

     Unit 5: Complex Numbers

          Operation properties of the real number system can be extended to situations involving complex numbers

              desmos link    Desmos  Solving Quadratic Equations


     Unit 6: Polynomials & Their Graphs

         Polynomials can be manipulated in much the same way as numbers.

         Students should be able to add, subtract, and multiply polynomials.

         Students should be able to make connections between the zeros , the x - intercepts, and the factors of a function

     Unit 7: Rational Expressions & Their Operations

        Rational expressions can be manipulated in much the same way as numbers.

        Students should be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide rational expressions (with unlike denominators, if time).

    Unit 8: Trigonometric Functions

          Trigonometric Functions are useful for modeling periodic phenomena

          Students will be able to graph periodic functions while explaining differences in amplitude, midlines, and frequencies

    Unit 9: Statistics

           Data can be gathered, summarized, represented, and analyzed in many different ways


    Downloadable Target  40%

    Unit 1

        Target 1   (HW1)    Target 2   (HW2)    Target 3   (HW3) 

        Test on Unit 1

    Unit 2

        Target 4 (HW4)    Target 5 (HW 5)   Target 6 (HW 6)   

         Test on Unit 2


    Unit 3

        Target 7  (HW7)    Target 8 (HW8)

        Test on Unit 3

     Unit 4

        Target 9 (HW9)    Target 10 (HW 10)   Target 11 (HW 11)   

         Test on Unit 4

      Unit 5

       Target 12  (HW12)    Target 13  (HW13)   

        Test on Unit 5


     End Semester 1   Portfolio 1


    Unit 6

       Target 14 (HW 14)  Target 15 (HW 15)   Target 16 (HW 16)

        Test on Unit 6

     Unit 7

        Target 17 (HW17)    Target 18  (HW 18)   

         Test on Unit 7

    Unit 8

     Target 19 (HW 19)   Target 20 (HW 20)   

     Target 21 (HW 21)   Target 22 (HW 22)

         Test on Unit 8

    Unit 9

    Target 23 (HW 23)   Target 24 (HW 24)

        Test on Unit 9

    End of Second Semester


     Home work  10%

    Online at  www.deltamath.com 



    Assessment / Test    45%

    Assessment is at the end of Target.  

    Test is at the end of Unit

    Portfolio / Exam are at the end of Semsester

    Participate     5%



    Grading Scale: 

    Using PPS Total Points (A-F) with D structure