Course topics include college algebra, advanced trigonometry, and analytic geometry of two and three dimensions. Students experience a thorough analysis of all elementary functions and curve-sketching. Selected discrete mathematics topics include normal probability distributions and non-linear regression; hypothesis testing and practice with proofs, such as mathematical induction are included. Experience with graphing calculators is incorporated. Prerequisites: B or better in Algebra II and Geometry. Pre-Calculus serves as one of the mandatory higher-level math courses and the fourth mandatory credit for graduation for the class of 2017. Graduates in 2018 and beyond are not required to take this math course.