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Online Algebra 2 Tutoring Program – Topics covered
- The order of operations
- Evaluating expressions
- Simplifying algebraic expressions
- Basic matrix operations
- Matrix multiplication
- Matrix inverses
- Cramer’s rule
- Matrix Equations
- Geometric transformations with matrices
Linear Relations and Functions
- Graphing linear equations
- Writing linear equations
- Graphing absolute value equations
- Graphing linear inequalities
- Adding / subtracting / multiplying / absolute value of complex numbers
- Graphing complex numbers
- Rationalizing imaginary denominators
Equations and Inequalities
- Solving multi-step equations
- Work word problems
- Distance – rate – time word problems
- Mixture word problems
- Solving absolute value equations
- Solving multi-step inequalities
- Solving compound inequalities
- Solving absolute value inequalities
Systems of Equations and Inequalities
- Graphing systems of two linear inequalities
- Solving systems of two linear equations by graphing
- Solving systems of two linear equations by elimination
- Solving systems of two linear equations by substitution
- Systems of two equations word problems
- Points in three dimensions
- Solving systems of three linear equations by elimination
- Solving systems of three linear equations by substitution
Quadratic Functions and Inequalities
- Graphing quadratic functions
- Solving quadratic equations by graphing
- Factoring quadratic trinomials
- Factoring special case trinomials
- Solving quadratic equations by taking square roots
- Solving quadratic equations by factoring
- Completing the square
- Solving quadratic equations by completing the square
- Solving quadratic equations using the Quadratic Formula
- The discriminant
- Graphing quadratic inequalities
- Evaluating Functions
- Function operations
- Inverse functions
- Naming Polynomials
- Adding / subtracting / multiplying
- The Binomial Theorem
- Dividing Polynomials
- Factoring by grouping
- Factoring sum/difference of cubes
- Factoring quadratic form
- Synthetic division and synthetic substitution
- The Remainder Theorem and The Factor Theorem
- Imaginary Root Theorem and Irrational Root Theorem
- Polynomials, factors, and roots
- Writing polynomial functions
- The Rational Root Theorem
- Descartes’ Rule of Signs
- The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra
- Solving polynomial equations, all methods
- End behavior of polynomial functions
- Sketching the general shape of polynomial functions
- Graphing polynomial functions, including minima/maxima
- Solving polynomial functions by graphing
Radical Functions and Rational Exponents
- Simplifying radical expressions
- Operations with radical expressions
- Dividing radical expressions
- Relating rational exponents and radical expressions
- Evaluating rational exponent expressions
- The laws of exponents
- Solving radical equations
- Solving rational exponent equations
- Graphing radical functions
- Domain and range of radical functions
- Properties of parabolas
- Writing equations of parabolas
- Properties of circles
- Writing equations of circles
- Properties of ellipses
- Writing equations of ellipses
- Properties of hyperbolas
- Writing equations of hyperbolas
- General conic sections
- Systems of quadratic relations
- Graphing simple rational expressions
- Graphing general rational expressions
- Simplifying rational expressions
- Multiplying / dividing rational expressions
- Adding / subtracting rational expressions
- Complex fractions
- Solving rational equations
Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
- Graphing exponential functions
- Solving exponential equations not requiring logarithms
- Rewriting logarithms
- Evaluating logarithms
- Logarithms and exponential functions as inverses
- Properties of logarithms
- Common logarithms
- Natural logarithms
- Solving exponential equations requiring logarithms
- Solving logarithmic equations
- Graphing logarithmic functions
Sequences and Series
- General sequences
- Arithmetic sequences
- Geometric sequences
- Arithmetic and geometric mean
- General series
- Arithmetic series
- Geometric series
- Natural logarithms
- Infinite geometric series
- Angles and angle measure
- Radians and degrees
- Coterminal angles
- Arc length and sector area
- Right triangle trig
- Trig. functions of general angles
- The Law of Sines
- The Law of Cosines
- Heron’s Formula
- Graphing trig. functions
- Translations of trig. functions
- Angle sum and angle difference identities
- Half-angle and double-angle identities
- Trig. equations, neither factoring nor identities required
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Online Algebra 2 Tutoring – Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between Algebra 2 and Algebra 1?
A major focus of Algebra 1 is on equations, inequalities, graphing lines, factoring, and radicals. Algebra 2 examines all of those topics but focuses on each concept in greater depth. Aside from topics covered in Algebra 1, Algebra 2 introduces new concepts such as imaginary numbers, polynomial division, and logarithms.
What is the difference between Algebra 2 and Pre-Calculus?
As opposed to Algebra 2, Pre-Calculus is more advanced and focuses on Trigonometry. Algebra 2 comes before pre-calculus. So they are not the same.
What grade is Algebra 2?
As a general rule, Algebra 2 is taught in 9th, 10th, or 11th grade. Its grade level depends on whether the student has studied Geometry first, as well as on his or her ability to solve math problems. Due to the fact that students usually take Geometry before Algebra 2, it is usually taken in 10th or 11th grade.
Is Algebra 2 harder?
The difficulty of any math concept depends entirely on the student, whether it’s Algebra 2 or something else. The shapes of geometry, for example, might be easier for you than the equations in algebra 2. Alternatively, some may find that working with figures is more difficult than working with variables, which makes Geometry a more challenging class.
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