This course is considered a bridge to Algebra II, as it builds upon the student’s understanding of Algebra I skills in preparation for the skills taught in Algebra II. Within the context of mathematical modeling and data analysis, students will study functions and their behaviors, systems of inequalities, probability, experimental design and implementation, and analysis of data.
This course aligns with the Virginia Standards of Learning for Algebra, Functions & Data Analysis.
- Algebra I (required)
Course Texts and Materials
- None; all resources are provided within the course.
- Graphing Calculator (TI-83, TI-84, or TI 89). Students will have access to a free online graphing calculator within the course, but a physical graphing calculator is allowed.
Offered in two half-credit semesters:
- 02902 Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis Sem 1 (0.5 cr)
- Full Year, Semester 1 (fall, 18 weeks)
- Fall Block, Semester 1 (early fall, 9 weeks)
- Spring Block, Semester 1 (early spring, 9 weeks)
- Summer Session, Semester 1 (first 3 weeks)
- 02902 Algebra, Functions, and Data Analysis Sem 2 (0.5 cr)
- Full Year, Semester 2 (spring, 18 weeks)
- Fall Block, Semester 2 (late fall, 9 weeks)
- Spring Block, Semester 2 (late spring, 9 weeks)
- Summer Session, Semester 2 (second 3 weeks)