Becky Mueller
Hello! It's hard to believe we have started another school year already! This is my 9th year at FC. My classes are Geometry, Algebra II, Pre-Calculus and Calculus. Please take a look at the classes link on the website for information regarding these classes.

I am the Teens Nurturing Teens (TNT) advisor, and I look forward to another successful year. I am also a Sophomore Class advisor.

I graduated from Lewiston-Altura High School and from Saint Mary's University in Winona. Currently, I live in Lewiston with my husband Dennis, son Ruben, daughter Audrey and dachshund Buster.

In my free time I like to spend time with my family and friends (especially my 5 nieces), read, take Buster for walks, and play games.

If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact me!

Content updates from my classes can be viewed at Schoology
Contact: Becky Mueller
Algebra 1.5
Algebra II
Students will be working with and solving equations with variables, decimals, percents, and fractions and will work with and solve quadratic equations (completing the square and quadratic formula), distance problems, solving two or more equations simultaneously, introduction to area, volume and trigonometric functions, equations of lines and graphing points.
This course is designed to prepare students for calculus. Some of the topics covered are: equations of a circle, parabola and ellipse, trigonometric identities, binomial expansions, law of sines, law of cosines, combinations, matrices, determinants and Cramer's rule, exponential equations, arithmetic and geometric sequence and series, graphs of trigonometric functions, translation of axis, functional notation, continuity, inverse trigonometric functions, and composition of functions.
Study Skills
Students will study the limits of functions. Students will also find the derivatives and integrals of functions.
Grade: 10-12 Prerequisite: Algebra II (should have a"C" in Algebra II) Course Description: Students will cover the basic definitions of two-and three-dimensional objects, basic proofs, work with trigonometric functions and special right triangle, area of two-dimensional objects, volume of three-dimensional objects, graphing points, and equations of lines and circles.