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Mathematics

The Saxon Math curriculum presents math concepts in small increments. These increments are distributed throughout the year, building in level of difficulty, so that students have a richer understanding at the end of the year. Units of study include the following: numbers and operations; measurement; geometry; algebra; statistics, data analysis, and probability; problem solving strategies, mathematical reasoning; and communication. 

Man’s ability to understand and work with numbers, as well as other subjects, is a gift from God. This comprehensive program reviews and extends arithmetic operations with decimals, integers, exponents, and fractions. Second semester, the course extends work with ratios, proportions and percent, thoroughly explores geometry and measurement, and introduces the coordinate graph, data analysis, and probability.

Man’s ability to understand and work with numbers, as well as with other subjects, is a gift from God. This comprehensive program reviews arithmetic operations with decimals, integers, and fractions. The course then extends use of all types of numbers in algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities. Second semester, the course explores work with ratios, proportions and percent, thoroughly explores geometry and measurement, and introduces the coordinate graph and linear functions, data analysis, and probability.

Man’s ability to understand and work with numbers, as well as with other subjects, is a gift from God. This comprehensive program reviews arithmetic operations with decimals, integers, and fractions. The course then extends use of all types of numbers in algebraic expressions, equations, and inequalities. Second semester, the course explores work with ratios, proportions and percent, thoroughly explores geometry and measurement, and introduces the coordinate graph and linear functions, data analysis, and probability.

Teacher

 
Mrs. Kathy Munn