**Integrated Math
2 Syllabus**

TEACHER: Mr. Paul Ruggles

CONTACT INFORMATION: E-mail is the preferred method of communication should you have questions regarding your daughter's/son's performance in class.

Work room phone: 440.588.5800

E-mail:
Paul.Ruggles@nocseagles.org

Website: http://www.nohsteachers.info/pruggles/

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TEXTBOOK:__

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COURSE DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES__:
The focus of Integrated Math 2 is on quadratic expressions, equations, and
functions; comparing their characteristics and behavior to those of linear and
exponential relationships from Integrated Math 1 as organized into critical
areas or units. The need for extending the set of rational numbers arises and
real and complex numbers are introduced so that all quadratic equations can be
solved. The link between probability and data is explored through conditional
probability and counting methods. The study of similarity leads to an
understanding of right triangle trigonometry and connects to quadratics through
Pythagorean relationships. Circles, with their quadratic algebraic
representations, complete the course. Aligned to Ohio’s New Learning Standards
in Mathematics for the integrated pathway, the Mathematical Practice Standards
apply throughout each course and, together with the content standards, prescribe
that students experience mathematics as a coherent, useful, and logical subject
that makes use of their ability to make sense of problem situations. This course
replaces Geometry in the traditional pathway.

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REQUIRED SUPPLIES
AND MATERIALS__:
Please bring the following items to class

1.Textbook

2.3-ring
binder

3.Paper/Graph
paper

4.Pencils

5.Scientific
calculator

6.
Protractor (required) / Compass (Optional)

7. Index cards (3 x 5)

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GRADE BREAKDOWN__: Online
grades at:
https://nolmsted.ps.nwoca.org/public/home.html

Modular assessments
80%

Homework/Classwork 20%

Extra Credit
Extra Credit is rarely offered in this course.

GRADING SCALE: The grading scale will follow that of North Olmsted High School. Please refer to Student Handbook for questions regarding the calculation of grades.

**MODULAR
ASSESSMENTS:**__ __
Assessments will be given at the end of each Module.
The point value of the assessment will vary
depending on the content. Students
must discuss with me a possible time to make up a missed assessment.
An
unexcused absence on the day of the assessment will result in a score of 0.
Any assessment not made up within 1 week will result
in a score of 0.

HOMEWORK: Assignments will be given daily and are due the next school
day after being assigned. These assignments are checked for completeness, not
correctness. It is the student's responsibility to understand the material.
Homework missed due to excused absences can be turned in without penalty within
the number of days missed. Please refer to the Student Handbook regarding make
up work.

**EXTRA HELP**:
Students seeking extra help should come to room H229
during SOAR period.

DISCLAIMER: This is not meant to be all encompassing. As the year progresses, there may be a need for additional assignments or modifications to expectations.