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## Integrated Math III A-B Advanced (P) (4169, 4170) |

Grade Range: | |

10–12 | |

Prerequisites: | |

Integrated Math II A-B Advanced or student meets the district’s recommended criteria for placement | |

Course duration: | |

One year | |

Subject area in which graduation credit will be given: | |

Mathematics | |

UC subject area satisfied: | |

c - Mathematics | |

Course Description: | |

Integrated Math III Advanced is the third course in the accelerated pathway to calculus. The course integrates the Common Core State Standards as outlined in the mathematics framework with additional higher-level standards. The intent of the course is to prepare students for an AP calculus course.
Students will be exposed to the content of the standard Integrated Math III A-B course with the expectation that they will explore that content more deeply. They will bring together all their experiences with data, functions, and geometry to create models and solve contextual problems. They relate combinations and permutations to the binomial theorem. They expand their knowledge of complex numbers using trigonometry. | |

Basic Texts and Teaching Guides: | |

Mathematics III: Integrated CME Project, SE, Pearson, 2014. |