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Algebra 2

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Algebra II Crash Course🌏🚀🧠

Hosted by Vince K


This series ended on June 29, 2022. Any 1:1 and group chats related to this series are disabled 1 week after the last session.

Series Details

About

Welcome, everyone! Join our Algebra II Crash Course to solve problems confidently and come out feeling better with math than ever before. Plus,... no previous knowledge is required, though it certainly helps! Make sure to have a notebook, pencil, and calculator too!
In this course, we'll run through all Algebra II subtopics, which will get us from polynomials and factoring to trigonometry and radicals. We'll go through the methods/strategies that go hand-in-hand with certain problems and topics and use them in practice problems(some will also be from Khan Academy). By the end of the series, you will be able to solve any Algebra II problem on your own with practice and time.
The schedule runs with a session every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday for the most part. There will also be 2 reviews inside the whole series to check your progress and improve. I may also add additional office hours in case you guys need to stop by for help.
I'll also continue to edit and revise future sessions and may add one or two more depending on how the course goes. I hope to see you there :)

✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY

Feel free to join this series at ANY TIME! However, if you know you're going to miss a session, let me know through the chat on schoolhouse.world or Slack beforehand so I know you were excused. If you have 3 unexcused absences, you will be withdrawn from the series.

Dates

May 29 - June 29

Learners

30 / 30

Total Sessions

18

About the Tutor

Hey, everyone! My name is Vince and I'm a sophomore. I really like math, languages/cultures, and music. I'm a South Korean native but I currently live in the US. I have spent a lot of time doing math and I began to help my friends with it after I realized they were going through the same roadblocks that I had gone through. My goal is to keep learning new things -- history, stories, songs, etc. -- and enjoy what I do. I'm really glad to become a part of the schoolhouse team and I hope to help you guys along the way!

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Upcoming Sessions

0

Past Sessions

18
29
May

Session 1

Orientation

Hey guys! During these 25-30 minutes, we'll be introducing ourselves and getting to know each other. I'll also prepare a quick icebreaker that will hopefully be fun and we'll look at a brief overview of the topic and schedule too!
30
May

Session 2

Polynomial arithmetic

Lifting off into Algebra II land, we'll go through:
- What are polynomials?
- Average Rate of Change
- Operations(Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication) with Polynomials
31
May

Session 3

Polynomial arithmetic

Continuing on the polynomial chapter:
- More multiplication(if needed)
- Very "Special" polynomial products
- Intro to complex numbers and i for imaginary(stems into tomorrow)
1
Jun

Session 4

Polynomial factorization

After some possible practice with imaginary, let's dive into factorization:
- Basic Factoring and GCF
- Factorization to the Next Level
- Quadratics and... Patterns!
2
Jun

Session 5

Office Hours

OPTIONAL! Feel free to come in and ask any questions--I'll be here to help!
6
Jun

Session 6

Polynomial division

Today's polynomial division! But before:
- Take a polynomial factorization unit test(5-6 questions)
- Division techniques
- Applying techniques to practice problems
- Polynomial Remainder Theorem
7
Jun

Session 7

Polynomial graphs

Today's both polynomial division and graphs, with a start on:
- Kickstart with a quick check on polynomial division!
- Why is multiplicity useful?
- Even/odd and end behavior
- If we have time, then a Unit Test for more practice!
8
Jun

Session 8

Rational exponents and radicals

Enter Radical City with:
- Fractional exponents?!
- Radicals and Rewriting/Playing with them
- Fun challenges with radicals
12
Jun

Session 9

Office Hours

**OPTIONAL** Feel free to come in with questions about specific topics and we can go over them together
14
Jun

Session 10

Review

Then, we'll review what we've learned so far with a quiz:
- Polynomials
- Complex Numbers
- Factorization
- Radicals and Exponents
We'll then explore exponentials first: - Interpreting the different parts of an exponential model
15
Jun

Session 11

Logarithms

We'll continue into log land
- What does a log even do? Logs of wood?
- Natural logs and other log properties
- How we derive(proofs)
- More uses of logs
19
Jun

Session 12

Office Hours

**OPTIONAL** Feel free to come in if you have any questions about what we've learned so far. If you don't come to office hours, you don't need to tell me about your absence :)
20
Jun

Session 13

Logarithms

Today's a continuation of last week's logs and then go through Transformations:
- Log rules
- Check for understanding on logs
- Shifting, Scaling, Reflecting
- Identifying function by analyzing graph
21
Jun

Session 14

Transformations of functions

For transformations, we
- Shifting, Scaling, Reflecting
- Identifying function by analyzing graphs
Then, we'll look at equations
- Square root equations
- Rational equations
22
Jun

Session 15

Equations

Continuing from our equations:
- Extraneous solutions
- Quadratic graphs(calculator ACTIVE)
After that, let's take a look at modeling
27
Jun

Session 16

Modeling

Before going into trig, let's take a quick look at modeling:
- Periodicity
- Rearranging
- Modeling through word problems
28
Jun

Session 17

Trigonometry

We'll now dive into trig!!
- sin, cos, tan
- Unit Circle
- Special Values
- Sinusoidal Models
- Trig Modeling + word problems
29
Jun

Session 18

Office Hours

**OPTIONAL** If you have any questions, feel free to come in and we'll work through your questions together!

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