Carrenne Purtell
Modified - 09/10/2014 02:51pm About Carrenne Purtell
Modified - 09/10/2014 02:54pm Algebra 2
This Algebra 2 course will provide an introduction to various topics, including investigations of functions, sequences and equivalence, exponential functions, transformations of parent graphs, solving and intersections, inverses, logarithms, 3-D graphing, trigonometric functions, polynomials, probability and counting, conic sections, series, and analytic trigonometry. This course will also focus on utilizing the graphing calculator and using multiple representations to make connections. » read more...
Modified - 08/11/2015 09:21am Helpful Links
Modified - 09/10/2014 04:58pm Math 4
This course is the basic Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry course that will prepare students for the study in either AP Calculus or AP Statistics. Students will be transforming functions, using graphing calculators to write and execute programs, studying trig applications, finding area under the curve, working with logarithms and exponents, studying circular functions, analyzing limits, extending their knowledge on period functions, working with rates of change, investigating vectors and parametric equations, working in polar coordinates and complex numbers, learning matrix operations, and working with conic sections. » read more...
Modified - 05/16/2016 02:20pm Honors Geometry and Algebra 2
This course is designed to accelerate students through Geometry and Algebra 2 during the same school year. 9th and 10th grade students are concurrently enrolled in both courses with an effort to streamline homework assignments and tests. Students will receive honors designation and will receive a bump in their local GPA computation. Topics covered in Honors Geometry include transformations, angle relationships, similarity, right triangle trigonometry, probability, triangle congruence, proofs, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, solids, compass constructions, conics. Topics covered in Honors Algebra 2 include functions, transformations of parent graphs, equivalency in expressions and equations, solving graphically and algebraically, inverses, logarithms, 3D graphing, trigonometric functions, graphing polynomials, normal distribution, series, statistical variability, and analytic trig. This course will also focus on utilizing the graphing calculator and using multiple representations to make connections. » read more...
Modified - 10/10/2016 10:42am Contact Information
email: cpurtell@sonomaschools.org phone: (707) 933-4010 x5279 » read more...

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