Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
I highly recommend this course because number one, it's required for graduation and number two, it'll help you in college because I've heard many times that the things they teach in college requires pre-calculus.
Course highlights:
On the first day, we reviewed what we learned in Math III and then we learned about irrationals, how to graph functions, the quadratic formula, and finding the zeros by factoring.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Pay attention, think outside the box, and put what you've previously learned in math, into this math course because there are problems where it requires you to remember what you learned in previous math classes.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
She is a great teacher and the course is pretty straightforward, however, she is a really fast-paced teacher so for those who are not as good in math need to go to a different teacher. Its a very rigorous course, but her teaching style is very helpful and will be beneficial in the future. She does give a lot of homework and you take a great deal of notes in that class.
Course highlights:
You learn the difference quotient which is used heavily in calculus since the difference quotient is the definition of a derivative. You also learn the 'hand trick' for the unit circle which is very useful for the final exam and in further math classes.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
You will have many opportunities to work in partners or in group work so make sure to ask your peers for help if you dont understand. Do all your work on time. The homework and classwork reflect your test so if you actually do your homework and understand your mistakes, you will pass every test and obviously the class.
This class was tough.
Course Overview:
It gets you prepared for higher math classes in the future. It was a really hard class since you were learning some trigonometry and calculus.
Course highlights:
I learned that math is very hard to learn on your own if your teacher isn't a very good teacher and also tutoring helps a bunch because you never want to fall behind in your course.
Hours per week:
6-8 hours
Advice for students:
Make sure you study every night. Always ask questions if you don't understand because my teacher flew by the course and many of the students didn't understand the curriculum.