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Title:  WLC356&WLC357--APPLIED ALG 1

Pre-Requisite:  Credit earned for Math 8 or Pre-Algebra

Course Description:  The goal of Applied Algebra 1 is to apply mathematics and statistics to the solution of functional problems in fields such as engineering and applied sciences. Among the topics covered in the course are solving equations and inequalities, linear equations, systems of equations, functions, exponents, probability, quadratics, and factoring. Students will learn how to work with open-ended problems, develop tolerance for ambiguity, and use digital tools to explore mathematics. This course can be used toward the CTE graduation pathway.

Work Load:  Formative assessments grade students' reasoning and problem-solving skills. Summative assessments assess students' achievement of learning standards and accuracy with tests, projects, performance tasks, and portfolios. 3-4 days a week, there is 1-hr of homework.

Why would you be interested in the Class:  Students learn math relevant to their careers in Applied Mathematics. For students who want additional support and more choice in how they learn math, this class is recommended. This course should also be taken by students who learn, or prefer to learn, differently.

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