# Math

## Math

Students are required to complete at least three years of mathematics. The department, along with College Counseling, strongly recommends a fourth year and students should be aware that most selective colleges require four years of high school mathematics. All students are expected to complete two years of algebra, through Algebra 2, and one year of geometry. Unless otherwise stated, all students must have a TI-84 graphing calculator or equivalent. Math courses are offered at the 100-500 levels.

## Current Course Offerings

- MAT 101: Algebra 1
- MAT 201: Geometry
- MAT 211: Honors Geometry
- MAT 301: Algebra 2
- MAT 311: Honors Algebra 2
- MAT 411: Statistics and Probability
- MAT 421: Precalculus
- MAT 431: Honors Precalculus
- MAT 501: Calculus
- MAT 521: AP Calculus (AB)
- MAT 531: AP Calculus (BC)
- MAT 541: AP Statistics

## MAT 101: Algebra 1

## MAT 201: Geometry

## MAT 211: Honors Geometry

## MAT 301: Algebra 2

## MAT 311: Honors Algebra 2

## MAT 411: Statistics and Probability

## MAT 421: Precalculus

## MAT 431: Honors Precalculus

## MAT 501: Calculus

## MAT 521: AP Calculus (AB)

## MAT 531: AP Calculus (BC)

## MAT 541: AP Statistics

## Our Math Faculty

### Mike Hannon

**Degrees:**B.S., Florida Institute of Technology

M.S., Southern New Hampshire University

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### Joseph Paradis

**Degrees:**M.S.T., University of New Hampshire

Coursework in Special Education, University of New Hampshire

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