#### Algebra 2

#### Algebra 2

### Algebra 2 Series

## Algebra II - Q&A

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Bring the exercises that you are struggling with and I will explain them 🙃

Thierry A

## Algebra II Study Group

16th session

Course Outline: - Unit 1: Equations & Inequalities - Unit 2: Linear Relations & Functions - Unit 3: Systems of Equations & Inequalities - Unit 4: Polynomial Arithmetic & Quadratic Functions Exam 1 - Linear and Quadratic Equations & Functions - Unit 5: Polynomial Functions - Unit 6: Rational Exponents & Root Functions - Unit 7: Matrices Exam 2 - Polynomials, Radicals & Matrices (Units 1-7) - Unit 8: Rational Functions - Unit 9: Exponential & Logarithmic Functions - Unit 10: Statistics & Probability - Unit 11: Data & Models of Fit Exam 3 - Advanced Functions, Statistics & Models - Unit 12: Sequences & Series - Unit 13: Conic Sections - Unit 14: Trigonometry Exam 4 - Sequences, Conics & Trigonometry (Units 8-14) Final Exam Throughout each unit, you will continually develop your ability to: - Work and model with various function types - Graph various different equations and functions. - Represent models algebraically, graphically and using proper notation. - Understand and interpret your solutions in a real-world context. - Represent and approach a problem in multiple different ways. - Critically think and solve multi-step and word problems. - Apply concepts in various different ways.

Elijah H

## Algebra 2 Entire Curriculum

8th session

We will go through all of Algebra 2 on Khan Academy. This will be a comprehensive review for anyone looking to ace this subject.

Aditya R

## Algebra 2 [Advanced] Full course

4th session

We’ll go over every concept as well as we will solve many questions and I will give you assessment worksheets if needed. First we will study the concepts and then we will solve questions related to that chapter in a week and then next chapter…... Topics, that we will cover in this session would be : 1. Straight Lines 2. Trigonometry 3. Complex Numbers 4. Quadratic Equations 5. Inequalities 6.Sequences and Series 7. Sets and Functions 8. Statistics 9. Binomial Theorem 10. Permutation and Combination 11. Circles 12. Limits and Derivatives If anyone wants to cover any other topic I will cover that too in this session. We will be holding doubt session for learner’s to ask their queries. I will take regular test after the completion of 1 topic. I will cover each topic in every session… and give you worksheets to solve it in a week. More topics would be added after these topics ends, if you all are interested in it.

Shailja S

## Algebra II Review

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Need some help with homework? Have an upcoming test? If so, then this is the right session for you. I will go over anything you guys want to do that is in Algebra 2 syllabus. Hope to see you!

Shaurya P

## Algebra 2 Walkthrough

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In this session, we will be going over polynomials: the fundamentals of Algebra 2

Justin H

## Algebra II Study Group & Practice

10th session

Each session, you as learners pick what we will do. We can either do sessions practicing klan academy questions, study groups (studying on random questions together), or homework help. For homework help please message me in advanced. The end goal of this series is to help everyone succeed in Algebra II and move onto Pre-calc.

Koby C

## IB AASL

2nd session

IB AASL course from the start. Next session Binomial theorem.

Carla M

## Algebra 2 [Full Course]

2nd session

Each week we will be covering 1 topic of the Algebra-2 Course, going in order taught in Khan Academy.

Shaurya Veer S

## Algebra 2 July Introduction

9th session

I plan to go over everything Polynomials as they are the base for all of Algebra 2, Exponential and Logarithm models, and the basics of Trigonometry! Whether you're taking Algebra 2 over the summer, getting a head start for the fall, or are just interested in advancing in math, this session is open to all! All you need to participate is a pencil, a sheet of paper, and a curious mind!

Himanshi L

## Algebra II Full Course (Advanced and High Level)

4th session

We will have a fast paced course at a higher level, it will resemble courses in schools which are more prestigious. We will try and focus on helping students *understand* rather than memorization or speed solve. Everyday at 3 PM West Coast time (PST) and 6 PM EST East Coast. Anyone may join at any time. The problems which we will do are significantly more advanced, and will help you a lot (I can guarantee :) ).

Ayaan S

## Math Competition Course

5th session

In this course, we will be going over MATHCOUNTS, AMC 8, AMC 10, and beyond depending on the skill level of the class. Why should you take this course? Although not necessary for school math, the methods taught in this class can be very beneficial in solving problems in a "smarter" way. This class will teach you tips and tricks schools tend to not teach. From my personal experience, competition math has made school math very easy and offers me much more insight into understanding concepts. Additionally, competition math can be very helpful in boosting your resume for high school and college. Many of the top schools like MIT ask specifically for your AMC scores, so it will make you stand out from other students. What will we learn in this course? We will spend time learning about the three different categories in math: Algebra, Number Theory, and Counting & Probability. Some examples in each of the categories are: Algebra: Vieta's Formulas, Rational Root Theorem, Simplified Quadratic Formula, Inequalities, Factoring Tricks, Telescoping, etc. Number Theory: Divisibility Rules, Modulus, GCD and LCM, Euclidean Algorithm, Pigeonhole Principle, etc. Counting & Probability: Binomial Theorem, Permutations and Combinations, Casework, Complementary Counting, Stars and Bars, etc. How will the classes operate? A normal class will consist of a 60 minute lecture and practice problems, and a 30 minute problem session with individual help. However, these schedules will fluctuate rapidly as the lectures will most likely require more time.

Jayden C

## Algebra II Study Group (Factoring Higher-Degree Polynomials)

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We will discuss the basics of how to factor higher-degree polynomials using the Rational Roots Theorem and Synthetic Division.

Sebert S

## ALGEBRA II REVIEW GROUP

7th session

We will go over any units or topics you are struggling with to help you better understand and be more prepared for exams.

Minhtam O

## Algebra II study group (review of preliminary knowledge)

27th session

This series is for Anatoil, (as we will cover any knowledge gaps from algebra 1 till pre-calculus if necessary). (review of preliminary knowledge to algera II) Although, Feel free to join any session you want that we'll go over!

Kritan S