Advanced High School Math Standards
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Introduction This page of MATHguide will inform you as to what could be the proficient high school math standards. Here are the sections within this page:

 Minimum and Proficient High School Mathematics Standards To acquire the level of advanced, students have to first master the minimum and proficient standards. Follow these links to learn about the minimum and proficient high school mathematics standards in our framework.     MATHguide Link: Minimum High School Mathematics Standards     MATHguide Link: Proficient High School Mathematics Standards     In addition to meeting the minimum and proficient standards, students must also master the following content to reach a level of advanced within our framework. Algebraic Structure These are geometry topics that every high school student must master. esson: Matrices esson: Inverse Matrices esson: Partial Fraction Decomposition esson: Modulus or Absolute Value of Complex Numbers Complex Functions and Relations These are functions topics that every high school student must master. esson: Exponential Functions esson: Logarithmic Functions esson: Solving Logarithmic Functions esson: The Law of Sines esson: The Law of Cosines esson: Trigonometric Expressions esson: Sum and Difference Angle Formulas (Sine, Cosine) esson: Sum and Difference Angle Formula (Tangent) esson: Double Angle Formulas esson: Half Angle Formulas esson: Solving Trigonometric Equations esson: Limits Coordinate Geometry These are coordinate geometry topics that every high school student must master. esson: Conic Sections esson: Parametric Equations esson: Polar Coordinates Statistics & Probability These are probability topics that every high school student must master. esson: Complex Counting esson: Placement Counting Mathematical Modeling These are modeling topics that every high school student must master. esson: Arithmetic Sequences and Series esson: Geometric Sequences and Series esson: Sigma Notation esson: Word Problems (Distance/Rate/Time, Chemistry, Mixture, & Work) esson: The Binomial Theorem esson: Polynomial Models esson: Vectors