Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
Recommend: This course incorporates all mathematical skills learn previously and builds up on them. If math is your strong point then I would highly encourage you to enroll in this class but be prepared for a lot of homework because practice is key! If you are willing to take time and study equations ( there are a lot) then this class should be feasible! Wouldn't recommend: Honestly, if you aren't willing to motivate yourself to work and put time then, this class maybe hard because concepts learned are knew and do require work so that they can be comprehended.
Course highlights:
In my pre-calculus ( AICE MATH 1 with Statistics) class you will cover: - Coordinate Geometry & Surds and Indicies - Functions and Graphs - Trigonometry - Sequence and Series - Vectors - Differentiation - Integration - Representation, Location and Spread - Probability - Distributions - The Normal Distributions It can be a tricky class but it will definitely prepare you for college math!!!
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure you know your Algebra 1 concepts and if you're a little "shaky" on an area I would advice that you review and practice before enrolling in the class. A lot of the errors in pre-calculus test often involve simple Algebra skills like integer rules, being able to form a quadratic, and simple addition and subtraction. IF you decide to enroll in this course, definitely pay attention (as always) when the teacher gives the lesson and copy/print notes out. The saying "practice makes perfect" is really true to math so do your homework but more importantly attempt it yourself and don't copy others because what personal gain does that give you?
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
The teacher provides an excellent walk-through of the course and takes each problem step by step.
Course highlights:
The highlights of this course would be the group work and the collaboration to solve problems on the board.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
My advice would be that you need to do the homework to practice and understand the topics discussed in class which give you excellent scores on tests and quizzes.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
She is a great instructor and goes by the process of new teaching in an understanding amount of time.
Course highlights:
Pre-Calc/ Trig best for the real world. That's all I can say!
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
They definitely needed to know/ learn/ memorized previous math teaching from older courses. If they enter this course, they might not have the prerequisites to able to attend and succeed in the class.