Integrated Math 4 (online)

Integrated Math 4 consists of 43 lessons.

In Data Analysis, students will learn about the central limit theorem, population proportion, standard deviation, and estimating a population variance.

In Sequences and Series, they will learn about arithmetic and geometric sequences and their series.

In Rational Functions, students will learn about rational and inverse functions.

In Introduction to Trigonometry, they will learn about radians, degrees, and the unit circle.

In Graphs and Inverses of Trigonometric Functions, students will learn about trigonometric functions and inverse trigonometric functions.

In Trigonometric Identities, they will learn about trigonometric identities and sum and difference formulas.

In Extended Trigonometry, students will learn about applications of trigonometry, polar coordinates, and vectors.

In Investigations of Functions, they will learn about functions, polynomial functions, exponential functions, and logarithmic functions.

This full unit course is self-contained with no additional textbook or print materials.  A scientific calculator or similar utility is required.

There are 13 graded modules in Integrated Math 4 (online).