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This high school Algebra II course includes lessons you can use to review algebra basics or examine new topics ranging from matrix notation and Pascal's triangle to logarithmic properties and regression analysis. Instructors provide many sample problems and illustrations to help you complete your studies in this branch of mathematics. Each chapter in our Algebra II course is broken down into a series of short video lessons, making it easier for you to focus on an area of interest. There are also corresponding transcripts and brief multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each lesson to help you determine how well you've grasped the problem-solving steps and concepts.
These algebra lessons can serve as a convenient resource for students, teachers, working professionals and casual learners.
- Students can study these lessons to catch up on topics they've missed in algebra class, prepare for exams or get more practice solving difficult algebra problems.
- High school teachers can use these lessons to engage their students in class discussion and check their comprehension of algebra concepts with the included lesson quizzes.
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- Real, complex and imaginary numbers
- Exponents and exponential expressions
- Function properties
- Linear equations
- Systems of linear equations
- Absolute value
- Graphing and factoring quadratic equations
- Rational expressions
- Graphing and functions
- Roots and radical expressions
- Exponential and logarithmic functions
- Calculations, ratios, percent and proportions
- Conic sections
- Sequences and series
- High school Algebra II resources
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