MATHEMATICS COURSES
FUNDAMENTALS OF MATH
The concepts studied in this course are presented in the table of contents of its textbook, Saxon Math 6/5, 2nd edition. Introduction of the theory of sets (real number diagram, representation, and classification of real number) has been included in this course. The main objectives of this course are:

Build in each student the sentiment “I can do it”

Sketch the real number diagram and classify any real number

Perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division (BY HAND) for integers, fractions, and decimals

Solve three types of equations and perform substitutions

Solve proportion problems including unit conversion

Master determination of area, perimeter, and angles for common geometric shapes (circle, square, triangle, etc.)
This course is taught over the period of 30 weeks. Each week the student will attend a one hour inperson math class where the concepts of five lessons will be taught. Students are required to do all the twentyfive problems in each problem set as homework (one set per day.) Videos on how to solve assigned problem will be available. Each student is required to turn in one out of the five sets assigned as homework. For the set that is to be turned in, there will be no video help. Combined with other parameters, the lesson that needs to be turned in, will be used to measure the student progress in the course.
PREALGEBRA
The concepts studied in this course are presented in the table of contents of its textbook, Saxon Math 7/6, 3rd edition. The eleven rules of algebra and the prefixes of the metric system have been added to this course. The main objectives of this course are:

Memorize the eleven rules of algebra and use them to solve simple numeric and algebraic expressions

Solve equation and inequalities involving rational numbers

Plot and understand the Cartesian plane

Master determination of area, perimeters, and volume

Unit conversion

Proportions and ratios

Introduction to probability (coin, 1 and 2 dices, and urn)

Introduction to statistics – determine the five stats parameters.
This course is taught over the period of 30 weeks. Each week the student will attend a one hour inperson math class where the concepts of five lessons will be taught. Students are required to do all the odd problems in each problem set as homework (one set per day). Videos on how to solve assigned problems will be available. Each student is required to turn in one out of the five sets assigned as homework. For the set that is to be turned in, there will be no video help. Combined with other parameters, the lesson that needs to be turned in, will be used to measure the student progress in the course.
ALGEBRA 1
The concepts studied in this course are presented in the table of contents of its textbook, Saxon Algebra 1, 3rd edition. The main objectives of this course are:

Memorize and be able to solve simple and complex algebraic equation and expressions

Master the four main types of factorization

Solve the quadratic equation via formula, factorization, and completing the square

Master determination of domain and range

Sketch the graph of all the main parent functions

Master determination of area, surface area, perimeter, and volume of complex geometric shapes

Solve systems of 2 and 3 variables

Master unit conversion including metric system prefixes

Solve probability, arrangement, and combination problems.
This course is taught over the period of 30 weeks. Each week the student will attend a one hour inperson math class where the concepts of five lessons will be taught. Students are required to do all the odd problems in each problem set as homework (one set per day.) Videos on how to solve assigned problems will be available. Each student is required to turn in one out of the five sets assigned as homework. For the set that is to be turned in, there will be no video help. Combined with other parameters, the lesson that needs to be turned in, will be used to measure the student progress in the course.
ALGEBRA 11
The concepts studied in this course are presented in the table of contents of its textbook, Saxon Algebra 2, 3rd edition. The main objectives of this course are:

Solve complex motion problems

Solve ideal gas law problems

Solve mixture problems

Solve mass balance chemistry problems

Solve complex geometry and trigonometry problems

Solve rational function and graphing

Solve linear and nonlinear systems of two and three variables

Solve inequalities and complex absolute value problems

Solve logarithm and exponential equations

Solve simple, compounded, and continuous interest problems

Solve matrix and determinants problems.
This course is taught over the period of 30 weeks. Each week the student will attend a one hour inperson math class where the concepts of five lessons will be taught. Students are required to do all the odd problems in each problem set as homework (one set per day.) Videos on how to solve assigned problems will be available. Each student is required to turn in one out of the five sets assigned as homework. For the set that is to be turned in, there will be no video help. Combined with other parameters, the lesson that needs to be turned in, will be used to measure the student progress in the course.