Students will learn about banking services, stock market transactions, credit, automobile expenses, insurance and income tax, household budgeting and accounting for business. The will use algebraic formulas, equations, functions, systems of equations, graphs, statistics and more. Selected advanced math topics such as piecewise functions, regression limits, exponential functions, and linear quadratic systems will also be addressed. The lessons will require students to apply concepts to real-world problems such as creating a household budget and maintaining a virtual stock portfolio. Pre-requisite: Successful completion of Algebra II NR or Algebra II.