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Course SummaryTeach your high schooler all they need to know about Algebra II with this flexible homeschool curriculum course. These short video lessons and quizzes work are a self-paced, mobile-friendly study resource that can ensure your child masters key learning objectives.
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- Quality Content: Engaging animations and real-life examples make algebra topics easy to grasp for students with multiple learning styles.
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- Save Time: Spend less time preparing lessons and more time working with your student.
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- Built-In Assessments: Quizzes and practice exams allow students to test their knowledge and parents to monitor mastery.
- Get Extra Support: Ask our expert math instructors any question about real numbers, inequalities, or other high school algebra II topics. They're here to help!
How it works:
- Use the video lessons as your primary high school algebra II homeschool curriculum or as supplemental material.
- Complete each unit at your own pace.
- Watch lessons, reviewing or pausing as often as you need.
- Refer to the video transcripts to reinforce learning.
- Check understanding through lesson quizzes and unit exams.
High School Algebra II Learning Objectives:
- Perform basic arithmetic functions, describe the order of operations and convert among various units.
- Evaluate math formulas, express relationships as algebraic expressions and solve multi-step algebra equations.
- Describe the different types of numbers, such as rational numbers, real numbers, algebraic numbers and transcendental numbers.
- Learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers.
- Describe how to use exponential notation and scientific notation. Learn how to solve and simplify exponential expressions.
- Define functions and inverse functions and learn how to add, subtract, multiply and divide them.
- Graph linear equations, slopes and lines.
- Learn how to solve systems of equations.
- Solve and graph inequalities.
- Solve matrices and systems of linear equations.
- Solve and graph absolute value equations.
- Add, subtract, multiply, divide and graph polynomials.
- Use prime factorizations to find least common multiples and learn how to use fraction notation.
- Multiply binomials, factor quadratic equations and complete the square.
- Add, subtract, multiply and divide rational expressions. Solve rational equations and graph reflections.
- Explore properties of graphs, such as slopes, tangents and asymptotes. Graph basic and inverse functions.
- Find and simplify square roots. Multiply and divide radical expressions.
- Solve quadratic equations and quadratic inequalities.
- Graph and evaluate logarithms. Solve exponential and logarithmic equations.
- Graph and write the equations of ellipses, hyperbolas and parabolas.
- Describe how to use factorial, sigma and summation notation. Learn how to find the first n terms of arithmetic and geometric sequences.
- Write sets using set builder notation.
- Differentiate between permutations and combinations and calculate the probability of independent and dependent events.
- Explore ratios and rates. Solve problems about money, percents, interest, taxes, discounts and time.
- Discuss normal distribution and calculate mean, median, mode and range. Learn how to read tables, schedules, bar graphs and pie charts.
- Graph sine and cosine transformations and tangent functions. Explore the basic trig identities and learn how to solve trigonometric equations for X.
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