Math Course for Grade 12
Math Models with Application is designed for high school students who have completed Geometry and Algebra II.
In Ignite Christian Academy’s math courses, students strengthen critical thinking skills and learn
to apply mathematical concepts to real-life situations to come up with practical solutions. Math
allows students to see and discover the order of the natural world, through logic, patterns, and
processes. Math gives students insight into the rational, consistent nature of God. Examination
of various mathematical concepts contributes to a deeper understanding of God’s creative and
ordered design and the responsibility to use the ability to reason, problem solve and make
choices based on our understanding of content to serve and glorify God.
Broadening and extending the mathematical knowledge and skills acquired in Algebra I, the
primary purpose of this course is to use mathematics as a tool to model real-world phenomena
students may encounter daily, such as finance and exponential models. Engaging lessons cover
financial topics, including growth, smart money, saving, and installment loan models. Providing
timely and highly useful content, this two-semester course is a must-have for any high school
student. Prior mathematical knowledge is expanded and new knowledge and techniques are
developed through the real-world application of useful mathematical concepts.
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Overview of Concepts
- Unit 1 Problem-solving Models
- Unit 2 Graphical and Statistical Models
- Unit 3 Function Models
- Unit 4 Financial Models
- Unit 5 Exponential, Trigonometric, and Variation Models
- Unit 6 Geometric Models