Why Take This Course?
Have you ever wanted to start your own business? In this course, you’ll learn how math can help you do it (everybody needs math, especially business owners). You’ll continue to see how algebra can help you solve real-world problems, including complex ones with multiple variables. You’ll also explore linear functions, learn how to use data to find trends, and use graphing to find solutions to tough algebra problems.
|What geometry and statistics foundations do I need?||What is linearity?||What is the difference between congruence and similarity?||How can I use graphing to help solve real-world problems?
What are the angle relationships?
What is slope-intercept form?
Which properties remain the same after a translation?
How many solutions are there to a system?
Can I find missing angle values?
Can I see slope-intercept form in a table, graph, and equation?
Which properties remain the same after a rotation?
How can I use a system to represent real-world problems?
How can I find angle measures in triangles?
What is a linear model?
Which properties remain the same after a reflection?
How many solutions are there on the graph?
Can I calculate the volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres?
Can I compare and recognize linear functions and models?
Which properties remain the same after a dilation?
What is a two-way table?
What is congruence?
How do I determine the relative frequency?
How can I determine similarity?
Texts and Materials Students Must Purchase
- Recommended Grade: 8th
- Prerequisites: 8th Grade Math A
- Versions & Estimated Weekly Hours: 7*
- Format: Live / Self-paced
- Credits: 0.5
*Math students will spend four hours in live workshops with a mentor or tutor and an estimated 30 minutes a day practicing math.