Office Hours: Mondays and Wednesdays 12-12:30

Email: [email protected]

Math 3 Syllabus PDF Google Doc

Please Take this Survey

Other SAT testing
options:

OCT 6th FLC Registration
Deadline: Sept. 7th

Nov 3rd FLC Registration Deadline: October 5th

Dec 1st FLC Registration
Deadline: November 2nd

March 9th FLC Registration Deadline: Feb. 8th

May 4th: FLC Registration
Deadline: April 5th

Register at: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register

Unit 2 Meadows or Malls

The central problem of this unit concerns a decision a city must make about land use. This problem can be expressed using a system of linear equations and inequalities. To solve this complex problem students will practice linear programming and solving systems of equations in more than 2 variables. Along the way students learn graphing equations in 3 variables, solve linear equations in 3 variables and study the possible intersection of planes in space. Students are also introduced to Matrix operations and the use of matrices to solve multi variable systems of equations. Ultimately using the graphing calculator to manipulate matrices will lead to a solution to the unit problem.

Unit 1 Orchard Hideout

Have
you ever stared into an orchard as you passed it on the road? From one
perspective, you see that the trees are planted in straight rows. But as you
move to a different spot, all you see is a mass of trees.

The
main characters of this unit, Madie and Clyde, have planted an orchard. They
want to know how long it will take before they can no longer see from the
center of the orchard to the outside world.

You
begin this unit with a look at their overall problem, and then youâ€™ll examine
some simpler cases.

The topics covered in this unit include:

- Circles
- Right Triangle Trigonometry
- Geometric Logic and Proof
- Distance and Midpoint formulas
- Coordinate Geometry