INTEGRATED MATH 1- INTEGRATED MATH 2- INTEGRATED MATH 3
Integrated Math Tutors & Teachers for Lessons, Instruction
One-on-one tutoring by experienced tutors and credentialed teachers. Our program is designed to help your child master the topics in Integrated Math 1, Integrated Math 2 and Integrated Math 3. Integrated Math tutoring not only helps your child complete the school assignments but integrated math tutoring also prepares for quizzes and exams.
Integrated Math 1 Tutoring
Integrated Math 1 is the foundation course for many advanced courses in Schools, Colleges and Universities. Many students start with Pre-Algebra then move towards Integrated Math 1 and then finally take Integrated Math 2 and Integrated Math 3. Advanced courses such as Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Statistics has pre-requisite for Integrated Math 1. Integrated Math 1 is the required course to pass high school diploma. Exams such as ACT, SAT and CAHSEE test extensive knowledge on Integrated Math 1 topics.
Integrated Math 1 Topics:
Topics from Pre-Algebra.
Simplifying expressions with numbers and variables.
Solving variables such as solving for x or unknown variables.
Solving linear equations numerically and by graphing.
Exponential functions and logarithmic functions.
Linear equations of form y = mx +b.
Understanding how to create a line and equation from two points.
Writing linear equation in the slope-intercept form, point slope form and standard form.
Understanding of x-intercept and y-intercept in graphing and solving problems.
Substitution method in solving linear equations
Elimination or addition method in solving linear equations
Graphing method in solving linear equations.
Factoring algebraic expressions.
Factoring Binomial and Trinomial.
Quadratic Equations: Solving quadratic equations numerically and graphically.
Simplifying rational expressions and equations.
Solving algebraic expression with roots and radicals.
Common Integrated Math 1 Topics:
- Systems of Linear Equations
- Systems of Linear Inequalities
- Absolute Value and the Real Number System
- Quadratic Functions and Equations
- Polynomials and Exponents
- Polynomials and Factoring
- Geometry and Radical Expressions
- Rational Expressions
High School teaches Integrated Math 1 in 9th Grade but many advanced learners can take Integrated Math 1 in 8th Grade.
Integrated Math 2:
Integrated Math 2 course is the second of a three year sequence where topics from Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II are integrated between the three years. Topics are aligned with the Common Core’s suggestions for integrated courses.
Integrated Math 2 Tutoring Topics:
Exponential Functions: Growth and decay models
Polynomials: linear, quadratic, cubic and higher powers.
Quadratic Equations: Factoring and solving for intercepts and vertex.
Non-Linear Functions: Logarithm and exponential.
Triangles: Similar Triangles and Trigonometry. Congruent Triangles
Circles: Equation of circles
Analytic Geometry: Quadrilaterals and Area of Different Figures
3D Geometry: Cylinder, Cube, Cone, Box and Sphere.
Probability: Discrete and Normal probability.
Integrated Math 3
This course will complete the 3 year Integrated Math series and includes remaining High School Common Core Math Standards that are not covered in Integrated Math 1 and Integrated Math 2.
Integrated Math 3 Tutoring Topics:
Statistics (Random Processes): Sampling Distribution, Normal and Binomial probabilities.
Circles and Conics: Equation of circles, ellipse and hyperbolas.
Trigonometric Functions: Trigonometric identities and applications.
Exponential Functions: Finding exponential functions and graphing.
Functions Capstone: Translation and transformation of different functions and graphing.
Rational and Polynomial Expressions: Equations of rational functions and finding roots of the equations along with graphing rational and polynomial functions.
Prerequisites for Integrated Math 3:
Integrated Math 2 or Geometry
Co-requisites for Integrated Math 3:
Integrated Math 2 equivalent (from middle school)
Why study Integrated Math:
Integrated Math is the pre-requisite for many mathematics courses in high schools.
What is next after Integrated Math 1:
You are ready for more Mathematics then it is time to learn Integrated Math 2 and Geometry.
What is next after Integrated Math 2:
You are ready for advanced Mathematics then it is time to learn Integrated Math 3 and PreCalculus
What is next after Integrated Math 3:
You are absolutely ready for advanced Mathematics courses: Calculus and Statistics.
About Integrated Math:
High schools teach Integrated Math 1 course in 9th Grade. Integrated Math 2 is taught in 10th Grade and Integrated Math 3 is taught in 11th Grade.
It is very possible to complete Integrated Math 1 in Grade 8 so you are with the bright group of students who are taking Integrated Math 2 in 9th Grade.
Mathematics and Integrated Math knowledge needed in Professional Education and standardized tests:
Adult Education and College:
Many colleges require you to pass placement tests that have mathematics questions based on Integrated Math 1, integrated Math 2 and Integrated Math 3. If you are not proficient in Integrated Math then you are required to take foundation mathematics course in Algebra before you can take any advanced courses in community colleges and universities.
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