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    Algebra III, a one-credit course, includes content standards from the 2007 Mississippi Mathematics Framework Revised Pre-Calculus course and the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, and covers those skills and objectives necessary for success in courses higher than Algebra II. Topics of study include sequences and series, functions, and higher order polynomials. Polynomial functions provide the context for higher-order investigations. Topics are addressed from a numeric, graphical, and analytical perspective. Technology is to be used to enhance presentation and understanding of concepts. The instructional approach provides opportunities for students to work together collaboratively and cooperatively as they solve routine and non-routine problems. Communication strategies should include reading, writing, speaking, and critical listening as students present and evaluate mathematical arguments, proofs, and explanations about their reasoning. Algebra III is typically taken by students who have successfully completed Algebra II and Geometry. 

     1-1/2 inch 3-ring Binder
    Loose Leaf Paper
    Small Set of Colored Pencils
    TI-30XIIS Scientific Calculator
    This is the calculator required by most colleges for their mathematics courses. If you are able, it would be good to have your own for use in class and at home. You will also be able to use your computer during certain assignments/activities.  If you already have a basic scientific calculaor or graphing calculator of some kind, that will be fine as well.
    More information about the course, including information and assignments can be found in Canvas.