Welcome to the S.A.T. Mathematics Online Course! MESAT-01 - Mathematics [1 credit] Course FormatA one semester (16 weeks) program in mathematics at the high school grades 11 and 12 levels. DescriptionNumber operationis a pre-college mathematics course that uses the system of numbers to create the fundamentals of mathematics. It builds on what the student already knows and lays the foundation for what the student does not know. It provides students with the specialized knowledge and skills that are needed at the entry level of their college life. It uses the fundamental rules of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, powers, and roots of the number system in the application process for a better understanding of the discipline of mathematics. This understanding will be acquired through two sequences – arithmetic and geometric. Arithmetic sequence is a series of numbers that have a common difference between every two consecutive terms. Geometric sequence is a series of numbers in which the quotient of any two successive members of the sequence is a constant ratio of the sequence.

Prerequisites Two credits obtained in Grades 9 algebra and two credits obtained in Grade 10 geometry. A passing grade in Grade 9 New York State Regents Algebra exam.

Welcome to the S.A.T. Mathematics Online Course!MESAT-01 - Mathematics [1 credit] Course FormatA one semester (16 weeks) program in mathematics at the high school grades 11 and 12 levels.DescriptionNumber operationis a pre-college mathematics course that uses the system of numbers to create the fundamentals of mathematics. It builds on what the student already knows and lays the foundation for what the student does not know. It provides students with the specialized knowledge and skills that are needed at the entry level of their college life. It uses the fundamental rules of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, powers, and roots of the number system in the application process for a better understanding of the discipline of mathematics. This understanding will be acquired through two sequences – arithmetic and geometric. Arithmetic sequence is a series of numbers that have a common difference between every two consecutive terms. Geometric sequence is a series of numbers in which the quotient of any two successive members of the sequence is a constant ratio of the sequence.PrerequisitesTwo credits obtained in Grades 9 algebra and two credits obtained in Grade 10 geometry. A passing grade in Grade 9 New York State Regents Algebra exam.