Math 3 periods 1 and 4
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Teacher: Mr Patrick Conn
Course: Math 3
Phone: (919) 496-3725 Ext: 245
Tutoring Hours: T & TH 2:45-3:30
Math 3 Syllabus
This course is designed so that students have the opportunity to pull together and apply the accumulation of mathematics concepts learned previously. They apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data. Students expand their repertoire of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions, including an intense study of families of functions and the relationships therein. They expand their study of right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles and in the study of trigonometric functions to model simple periodic phenomena. Finally, students bring together all of their experience with functions and geometry to create models and solve contextual problems. Appropriate technology and tools, including manipulatives and calculators, will be used regularly for instruction and assessment. The Standard for Mathematical Practice apply throughout each course and, together with the content standards, require that students experience mathematics as a coherent, useful, and logical subject that means use of their ability to make sense of problems situations. This course fulfills the North Carolina high school graduation requirement for Math III. The final exam is the North Carolina Final Exam for Math III.
Unit 1: Intro to Math 3
Unit 2: Functions
Unit 3: Logarithms
Unit 4: Polynomials
Unit 5: Rational Functions
Unit 6: Geometry
Unit 7: Trigonometry
Unit 8: Circles
Unit 9: Statistics
Math 3 EOC Review
- 3 ring Binder with paper
- Pen/ Pencil
- Charged Chromebook
- Students should be in their seats and prepared for class (see materials/supply list) when the bell rings.
- Students will be ready to work, with their materials.
- Productive. Students will work the entire class period. Only your note book, calculator, and pencil are permitted to be on your desk. No cell phones out.
- Students are expected to be respectful toward their peers and their teachers. We are all here to support and help each other.
- The student is required to make up all missed work within 5 days after returning.
- Students should use the restroom before or after class
- Daily class attendance is necessary, it is the student’s responsibility to complete and turn in all make-up work.
- Focus Problems. Given daily. Collected weekly as a quiz grade.
- Students are required to take notes daily, they must be titled and organized.
- Homework is assigned daily! Must SHOW work for credit.
- Classwork/Homework (25%)
- After each unit. (50%)
- Final Exam (EOC state exam): 20% of overall grade.
- Tutoring available upon request
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