## Catalog

Name | Subject(s) | ACCN | Description | Credits | Course Provider |
Prereqs | Grad Req. |
Avail. Island(s) |
Avail. Program(s) |
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Algebra 1A | Math | MAX1165 | This course is the first semester of Algebra 1 and will cover the following key concepts as variable and function patterns, rational numbers, identifying and using properties, solving equations, solving proportions, solving inequalities, graphs and functions. Students who successfully complete Algebra 1A will earn 0.5 credits. | 0.50 | HTA | Y | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program | |

Algebra 1B | Math | MAX1175 | This is the second semester of Algebra 1, which will cover the following key concepts: linear equations and graphs, writing equations of lines, systems of equations and inequalities, exponents, polynomials, polynomials and factoring, and quadratic equations and functions.Students who successfully complete Algebra 1B will earn 0.5 credits. | 0.50 | HTA | Algebra 1A | Y | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |

Algebra 2A | Math, Electives |
MAX1210 | This course is the first semester of Algebra 2. Students will focus on the following topics: Tools of Algebra, Equations and Functions, Linear Systems, Quadratic Functions and Equations, Complex Numbers and Solutions, and Inverse Functions. Students who successfully complete Algebra 2A will earn 0.5 credits. | 0.50 | HTA | Algebra 1 and Teacher recommendation | N | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |

Algebra 2B | Math, Electives |
MAX1220 | This course is the second semester of Algebra 2. Students will focus on the following concepts: Exponentials, Logarithms, Polynomial Functions Part 1 and 2, Radical Equations, Rational Equations. | 0.50 | HTA | Algebra 1 and Algebra 2A | N | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |

Calculus | Math, Electives |
MCX1040 | This course includes a study of limits, continuity, and differentiation. It integrates algebraic, trigonometric and transcendental functions, and the applications of derivatives and integrals. Prerequisites: Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, Precalculus or Trigonometry/Analytical Geometry | 1.00 | HTA | Precalculus | N | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |

Financial Algebra 1 | Math, Electives |
201TRAN | This course is a project-based and will teach you about math in a financial sense. Topics include calculating a paycheck, determining monthly payments for mortgages and cars, taxes, credit, retirement plans, balancing a personal budget, and probability. | 1.00 | HTA | N | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program | |

Geometry | Math | MGX1150 | This course addresses basic skills in geometry including reasoning, developing proofs, identifying geometric figures, and constructing figures. This course also teaches students about the properties of right triangles and trigonometric ratios, transformations of plane figures, and the parts of a circle and their properties. Additionally, students will develop and apply formulas for area, surface area, and volume of two- and three-dimensional figures. | 1.00 | HTA | Algebra I | Y | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |

Integrated Math | Math, Electives |
MAX1180 | This course will refine Algebra 1 skills in preparation for Algebra 2 and/or Geometry. Skills include greatest common factors (GCF's), solving equations, graphing functions, properties of quadratic functions and equations, and real world applications. | 1.00 | HTA | Algebra I | N | Big Island Kauai Maui Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |

Precalculus | Math, Electives |
MCX1020 | This course presents students with a formal study of functions, an analysis of sequences and series, counting principles, the binomial theorem, and probability. Students will use technology to employ multiple approaches to problem solving and data modeling. This course also includes topics on trigonometry, parametric curves, the polar coordinate system, and complex numbers in polar form. Students will solve problems using the Laws of Sines and Cosines and will also analyze vectors and conics, study systems of equations and matrices, and solve systems using matrices. Limits and continuity are introduced. | 1.00 | HTA | Geometry and Algebra II | N | Big Island Kauai Maui Statewide Waipahu |
Blended & Distance Learning Program |