## Algebra II Course

Thank you to those who contribute to our ongoing cycle of improvement. Top contributors:
Ken Dietz - Elizabeth, NJ

## Units (select a unit)

• ###### Overview of Functions
Function Basics
Domain and Range
Operations with Functions
Composite Functions
Piecewise Functions
Parent Functions
Transformations of Functions
Symmetry of Functions
Intro to Inverse Functions
Applications of Inverse Functions
• ###### Linear and Absolute Value Functions
Linear Function Review
Systems of Linear Equations
Solving Systems of Equations in 3 Variables
One Variable Inequalities
Two Variable Inequalities
Absolute Value Eq & Ineq
Absolute Value Functions
Transformations w/ Abs Value Functions
• ###### Quadratic Equations & Complex Numbers
Solving Application Problems
Imaginary Numbers
Complex Numbers
Solving Quad. Eq w/ Complex Ans
- Standard Form
- Intercept Form
- Vertex Form
Transformations
Average Rate of Change
• ###### Polynomial Functions
Operations w/ Polynomials Review
Dividing Polynomials by a Polynomial
Remainder Th & Factor Th
Finding Zeros of Polynomials
Analyzing Graphs & Tables of Polynomials
Even & Odd Polynomial Functions
Multiplicity, Zeros & Graph
Writing a Polynomial from Its Zeros
Modeling w/ Polynomials
• ###### Radical Functions and Rational Exponents
Working with Square Roots
Irrational Roots
Rationalizing the Denominator
Cube Roots
nth Roots
Rational Exponents
Graphing Square Root Functions
• ###### Exponential & Logarithmic Functions
Exponents w/ Multiple Terms
Rewriting Exponentials as Like Terms
Exponential Functions
Simple & Compound Interest
The constant e
Population Growth
Half-Lives & Decay Applications
Intro to Logarithms
Solving Equations with Logarithms & Exponents
Logarithmic Functions
• ###### Probability & Statistics
Sets
Independence & Conditional Probability
Permutations & Combinations
Standard Deviation
Normal Distribution
Two-Way Frequency Tables
Sampling & Experiments

## Resources

`I think I read that the Algebra 2 curriculum was being revised-will this be done before the school year starts? I'm just trying to pace my year out and get my first unit planned. Thanks.`
```Dear Ms. Schmitz,

Thank you for your comment.  We are working diligently on getting as much of the Algebra II course finished prior to the school year starting.  All of the files in Units 1-4 are completed (Overview of Functions, Linear & Absolute Value Functions, Quadratic Equations & Complex Numbers, and Quadratic Functions).  We have 4 units (Polynomial Functions, Rational Functions, Radical Functions, and Sequences & Series) whose presentations have been passed through by one of our writers.  They are being reviewed by another writer prior to posting them.  They should be finished by the end of August/beginning of September.  That will bring us to having about 2/3 of the course completed.  We will be finishing the remaining units during the first few months of the school year (Sept.-Nov. or Dec.).  If you would like to see the overall plan for this course, please use the link below (Google Spreadsheet that can be viewed).

Kind regards,

Audra```
`So will even/odd, end behavior, symmetry, increasing/decreasing be covered in two units?  It is in the unit one slides and assessments but it is listed in Unit 12 Function Behavior Summary in your spreadsheet.  `
```Dear Ms. Schmitz,
`Thank you!`