• Geometry/Trigonometry

    Geometry/Trigonometry Textbook
    Course Description:
    This course is designed for students who have successfully completed Algebra 1 or Accelerated Algebra 1. Geometry/Trigonometry covers congruency, similarity, parallelism, perpendicularity, areas and volumes. Concepts from coordinate geometry are reviewed with an emphasis on the integration of algebra and geometry. Trigonometry topics may include indirect measurement, the Law of Sines and Cosines, and theorems/applications relating to tangents, apothems, and inscribed polygons.
    Prerequisites: Algebra 1 or Accelerated Algebra 1, C- or better or teacher recommendation.
    Recommended Calculator: TI-30 XIIS
    TI-30 XIIS
    The Mathematics Department recognizes the use of calculators as a valuable tool for learning in the classroom, and calculators will be used extensively for class work and homework in all courses. 
    While no specific brands are endorsed, there are restrictions on the type of calculators allowed on classroom tests and final exams. Calculators that do operations with variables, such as the TI-89, TI-92, and HP49G, will not be permitted to be used on district final exams, even though they may be used on some nationwide tests. Teachers have discretion as to whether these types may be used for particular classroom-related purposed.