This course is the third year of a three-year sequence.  Topics will include manipulating expressions involving polynomials; analyzing and interpreting data and measures of central tendencies; solving linear inequalities; solving and graphing linear systems; analyzing quadratic, exponential, and absolute value functions; and integrating Euclidean and coordinate geometry. Students will be placed in this class upon analysis of assessment data and math department/counselor/administrative approval. This class is NOT open for enrollment. Enrollment by referral only. Students who pass this course have the option to enroll in Algebra II the following year. Some colleges may not accept this class for admissions/certification, and NCAA will not accept this course for certification. It is important to get specific admissions information from college and NCAA websites.  (One-credit, one-year course for grade 11.)