**CSD Course Code:**
- Q1 - V5091
- Q2 - V5102
- Q3 - V5113
- Q4 - V5124

**USOE Course Code:**
**Description:**

This course teaches students how to simplify expressions and solve linear equations, introduces basic geometric terms and logic, reasoning, and proof and addresses linear equations in a graphical sense, and parallel and perpendicular lines, first from an algebraic perspective, followed by proving associated theorems using geometry. This course also teaches students how to solve proportions, use square roots, explore exponents, simplify polynomials, factor and solve quadratic equations, and apply these skills to geometry topics such as quadrilaterals, polygons, area, and volume.

**Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship**
Mathematics

**CSD Course Code:**
- Q1 - V5131
- Q2 - V5142
- Q3 - V5153
- Q4 - V5164

**USOE Course Code:**
**Description:**

This course teaches students about linear equations and inequalities, functions and families of functions, triangles, and how to apply their knowledge to solve systems and prove theorems. This course also teaches students about geometrical relationships in triangles and plane figures, special right triangles, basic trigonometry, radicals, polynomials, rational equations, probability and statistics.

** Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship**
Mathematics

**CSD Course Code:**
- Q1 - V5171
- Q2 - V5182
- Q3 - V5193
- Q4 - V5204

**USOE Course Code:**
**Description:**

The main focus of Secondary Mathematics III is for students to make connections and apply the concepts they learned in Secondary I and II. Students will apply methods from probability and statistics to draw inferences and conclusions from data. They will expand their knowledge of functions to include polynomial, rational, and radical functions. Students will further develop their study of right triangle trigonometry to include general triangles. Finally, they will create geometric and functional models to solve contextual problems.

**Credits: 1.0 - Approved for the Regents’ Scholarship**
Mathematics