**Level 4 Suggested Prerequisite Understanding – Our courses are designed with the following assumptions of student knowledge:**

- Exposure to Scientific Notation
- Setting ratios, comparing ratios
- Exposure to solving for unknowns in equivalent ratios
- Solving for one unknown in an algebraic equation
- Graphing Skills: determine scale for coordinate axes, properly
drawing and labeling axes

**Trigonometry:**

- Exploring the early discoveries in astronomy and navigation, students will learn the methods and techniques developed by mathematicians to measure and define both the earth and the heavens. Tracking advances through time students will follow the discovery of modern trigonometry. Course Syllabus

**Engines and Entropy:**

- Students are introduced to the concepts of force, pressure, volume and temperature to understand how the atmosphere exerts a force, pressure, on all objects. They then learn about entropy, the idea that a system is always increasing in disorder or randomness. From the simple catapult to steam engines to internal combustion engines, they all take advantage of the thermodynamic relationships between pressure, volume, temperature, and entropy to produce force and motion. Course Syllabus

### Deals

Financial aid is available. Contact financial.aid@quantumcamp.com