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# Mathematics

## Algebra I

with Karl Liggin

This yearlong, twice weekly "flipped classroom" Algebra I clinic is intended for homeschooled students studying Algebra I. Utilizing Khan Academy, students will have lectures and assignments to study at home, with aligned classroom sessions to receive in-person instruction, work on problem areas, ask questions, and engage in enrichment activities to enhance comprehension. Topics covered include include symbols, and sets, variable expressions, equations, inequalities, formulas, operations with real numbers, polynomials and factoring, solution of fractional and quadratic equations, field properties, quadratic formula and graphing.

Students requiring additional math support are encouraged to register for our "Office Hours" membership.

*Prerequisite: Prealgebra. Placement assessments and/or formal grades are available on request.*

## Algebra II

with Karl Liggin

This yearlong, twice weekly "flipped classroom" Algebra II clinic is intended for homeschooled students studying intermediate algebra. Utilizing Khan Academy, students will have lectures and assignments to study at home, with aligned classroom sessions to receive in-person instruction, work on problem areas, ask questions, and engage in enrichment activities to enhance comprehension. Topics covered include but are not limited to, writing, solving, and graphing linear and quadratic equations and inequalities; solving systems of equations and inequalities; applying rules of exponents; factoring polynomials, performing operations with polynomials, simplifying and solving equations with rational expressions, and an introduction to trigonometry.

Students requiring additional math support are encouraged to register for our "Office Hours" membership.

*Prerequisite: Algebra I and Geometry. Placement assessments and/or formal grades are available on request.*

## Precalculus

with Dr. Janine Reardon

This yearlong, twice weekly "flipped classroom" Precalculus clinic is intended for homeschooled students preparing for Calculus. Utilizing Khan Academy, students will have lectures and assignments to study at home, with aligned classroom sessions to receive in-person instruction, work on problem areas, ask questions, and engage in enrichment activities to enhance comprehension. Topics studied include but are not limited to conic sections, exponential and logarithmic functions, vectors, trigonometric functions, analytic trigonometry, and matrices and complex numbers.

Students requiring additional math support are encouraged to register for our "Office Hours" membership.

*Prerequisite: Algebra II. Placement assessments and/or formal grades are available on request.*