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Algebra 2 is an advanced course that allows students to learn content through hands-on activities, applications, and the latest technology. Interactive examples help guide students’ journey through customized feedback and praise. Mathematical concepts are applied to everyday occurrences such as earthquakes, stadium seating, and purchasing movie tickets. Additionally, students investigate the effects of an equation on its graph through the use of technology.
Module 1: Radical and Polynomial Operations
Module 2: Factoring and Quadratics
Module 3: Solving Polynomials
Module 4: Rational Equations
Module 5: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
Module 6: Systems of Equations
Module 7: Sequences and Series
Module 8: Statistics
Module 9: Trigonometry
Students will demonstrate an understanding of radical equations by simplifying radical expressions and solving radical equations.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of quadratic functions by factoring, graphing, and solving quadratic equations.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of polynomial functions by performing operations on polynomials, graphing polynomials, and proving polynomial identities.
Students demonstrate an understanding of rational expressions by simplifying rational expressions and solving rational equations.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of exponential and logarithmic functions by simplifying exponential and logarithmic expressions and graphing and solving exponential and logarithmic equations.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of systems of equations by solving linear and nonlinear systems of equations algebraically and graphically.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of sequences and series by evaluating arithmetic and geometric sequences and series, using sigma notation to evaluate a series, and graphing sequences and series.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of statistics by explaining events and outcomes, calculating probability, and analyzing surveys and experiments.
Students will demonstrate an understanding of trigonometry by solving problems using the Unit Circle, graphing trigonometric functions, solving problems involving trigonometric functions, and analyzing Pythagorean Identities.
Algebra 1
Geometry is strongly recommended as knowledge of circle geometry is assumed in the course.