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## What type of math is NC math 2?

NC MATH 2 HONORS It continues a progression of the standards established in NC Math 1. In addition to these standards, NC Math 2 Honors includes polynomials, congruence and similarity of figures, right triangle trigonometry, transformation geometry, and usage of geometric reasoning to prove theorems.

**Is the math 3 EOC required in North Carolina?**

What EOCs are given at the high school level? The EOC assessments are available for Biology, English II, NC Math 1, and NC Math 3. Students enrolled for credit in courses where EOC assessments are required must take the appropriate EOC assessment at the completion of the course.

**How long is the NC math 1 EOC?**

150 minutes

150 minutes for most students to complete the EOC NC Math 1 and NC Math 3 Tests.

### What does NC math mean?

NC Math II is an integrated course that builds on students’ Algebra knowledge from Math I and begins to move into topics in Geometry, Trigonometry, and Statistics.

**What is NC math?**

NC Math 1 Intervention is designed for students who have not experienced success in their past mathematics courses. Struggling students need intensive support. This program provides increased access and instructional support via blended online learning.

**What is taught math 2?**

Students in Mathematics II focus on the structure of expressions, writing equivalent expressions to clarify and reveal aspects of the quantities represented. Students create and solve equations, inequalities, and systems of equations involving exponential and quadratic expressions.

## Is the NC Math 3 EOC multiple-choice?

The online NC Math 1 and NC Math 3 assessments contain multiple-choice items, numeric entry items, and technology-enhanced items. The paper/pencil assessment consists of multiple-choice and gridded response items. The NC Math 3 assessment contains only calculator active items.

**What happens if you fail the EOC but pass the class in North Carolina?**

What if you pass the course but fail the test? If a student passes the course, but does not earn the required minimum score on the EOC assessment, the student will retake the test. The student is not required to retake a course as a condition of retaking the test.

**What does NC Math 1 mean?**

Math 1 Course Description Math 1 is the first math course in the North Carolina High School Math Graduation Requirement Sequence. Math 1 students study linear, exponential, and quadratic functions.

### What is Foundations of NC math?

Foundations of Math 1 offers a structured remediation solution based on the NCTM Curricular Focal Points and is designed to expedite student progress in acquiring 3rd- to 5th-grade skills. The course is appropriate for use as remediation for students in grades 6 to 12.