Integrated Math III is the third course in the sequence of the integrated mathematics series designed to cover Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II concepts. In addition to continuing the approximate two-thirds/one-third split between algebra and geometry content, this course integrates content from Algebra I, Geometry, measurement, probability, statistics, transformations, advanced functions, trigonometry, and Algebra II into the program. Prerequisites for this course are Integrated Math I and II. Chapter themes and a wealth of career, consumer, and technical applications are an integral part of the program. Features of the program engage students in practical activities that illustrate the importance of mathematics in everyday life. Integrated Math III is designed to be followed by Integrated Math IV. A graphing calculator is required, specifically a TI-83+ or TI-84+.