Algebra 2

2016-17 Class Calendar

Unit A: Functions
Unit B: Families of Functions
Unit C: Inverse Functions
Unit D: Sequences and Series
Unit E: Exponential Functions
Unit F: Logarithmic Functions
Unit G: Periodic Functions
Unit H: Quadratic Functions
Unit I: Complex Numbers
Unit J: Polynomial Functions
Unit K: Equations in Multiple Variables
Unit L: Rational Functions
Unit M: Probability
Unit N: Statistics

Unit A | Functions (V.I.P.)

  • Concept A-1: Functions and their graphs
  • Concept A-2: Domain and Range
  • Concept A-3: End behavior
  • Concept A-4: Intervals of increasing and decreasing
  • Concept A-5: Extreme values
  • Concept A-6: Intervals of positive and negative
  • Concept A-7: Periodicity and symmetry
  • Concept A-8: Rate of change
    • Tutorial (work through all videos/examples)

Unit B | Families of Functions (V.I.P.)


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Unit C | Inverse Functions (V.I.P.)

  • Concept C-1: Identifying inverse functions
  • Concept C-2: Finding inverse functions
    • HW Solutions
  • Concept C-3: Inverse functions as graphs and tables
    • HW Solutions
  • Concept C-4: Composition of functions
    • HW Solutions
  • Concept C-5: Justifying inverse functions

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Unit D | Sequences and Series (V.I.P)

  • Concept D-1: Visual sequences and notation
  • Concept D-2: Recursive sequences
  • Concept D-3: Arithmetic sequences
  • Concept D-4: Geometric sequences
  • Concept D-5: Summation Notation
  • Concept D-6: Geometric Series

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Unit E | Exponential Functions (V.I.P.)

  • Concept E-1: Introductory exponential modeling
  • Concept E-2: Graphs of exponential functions
  • Concept E-3: Negative exponents
  • Concept E-4: Rational exponents
  • Concept E-5: Advanced exponential modeling
  • Concept E-6: Equations with rational exponents
  • Concept E-7: Exponential equations

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Unit F | Logarithmic Functions (V.I.P.)

  • Concept F-1: Introduction to logarithms
  • Concept F-2: Evaluating logarithms and the natural logarithm
  • Concept F-3: Graphs of logarithmic functions
  • Concept F-4: Properties of logarithms
  • Concept F-5: Exponential equation requiring logarithms

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Unit G | Periodic Functions (V.I.P.)


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Unit H | Quadratic Functions


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Unit I  Complex Numbers


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Unit J  Polynomial Functions


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Unit K  Equations in Multiple Variables 


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Unit L  Rational Functions


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Unit M  Probability


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Unit N  Statistics


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