Equivalent Courses: Plane and Solid Geometry, Formal Geometry, Academic Geometry,
etc. (usually occurs after Algebra 1)

Topics include: graphing lines, areas, and volumes of plane figures and solids; congruence
and similarity; the Pythagorean theorem; properties of angles, parallel and perpendicular
lines, triangles, special right triangles, quadrilaterals, and circles; and a basic
trigonometric function.

Equivalent Courses: Algebra II, Intermediate Algebra, Advanced Algebra, Algebra 2/Trigonometry
(usually occurs after Geometry)

Topics include polynomials of higher order, logarithms and logarithmic functions,
absolute value, systems of linear equations and inequalities, matrices, operations
on polynomials, rational expressions, quadratic equations and functions, conic sections,
inverse functions, sequences and series, the basic ideas of probability and statistics.