Algebra 2

This course aligns with the learning outcomes for:

United States

This course aligns with the learning outcomes for:

United States

Are you searching for an Algebra 2 curriculum that covers the A-Z’s of High School Algebra in a highly engaging yet thorough way? And with proven success? Your search is over.

StudyForge proudly presents: Algebra 2.

Algebra 2 continues students’ mathematical journey, begun in Algebra 1, of combining the concrete world of numbers into the sometimes abstract world of functions and other topics. The course thoroughly prepares students for the oncoming rigor of PreCalculus and beyond, yet does so in a manner that is compelling and rewarding, and fosters an appreciation for the real-life applications of each topic explored, as well as for math itself.

With auditory, visual, and hands-on components throughout, this is truly a course that suits all learning styles. The lessons are engaging, interactive and student-friendly, with interactive videos that allow students to pause and rewind at any point and go at their own speed, as well as fun, interactive applets and dynamic graphs scattered throughout that enhance student understanding.

Each video is accompanied by a student-friendly note package that allows students to take notes to whatever level of detail they like. There are also an abundance of practice questions for students to internalize the material, with full, detailed solutions for each, as well as a comprehensive review assignment and practice test. Furthermore, with randomized question banks, students can redo every quiz and test in the course to help them master the material and perform their very best.

This course is strongly recommended for students who might take PreCalculus and eventually Calculus in either high school or college/university.

Table of Contents

*Each lesson is designed to take 60 – 90 minutes to complete with the exception of major projects and assignments.
Lesson 1: Functions
Lesson 2: Domain and Range
Lesson 3: Slope
Lesson 4: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Lesson 5: Inequalities
Lesson 1: Properties of Exponents
Lesson 2: Applications of Exponents
Lesson 3: Introduction to Complex Numbers
Lesson 4: Complex Numbers
Lesson 1: Graphing Quadratics
Lesson 2: Moving the Vertex
Lesson 3: Completing the Square
Lesson 4: Maximum and Minimum Problems
Lesson 5: Quadratics as Conics
Lesson 1: Solve by Factoring
Lesson 2: Solve by Completing the Square
Lesson 3: The Quadratic Formula
Lesson 4: The Discriminant
Lesson 5: Solving Radical Equations
Lesson 1: Dividing Polynomials
Lesson 2: The Remainder Theorem
Lesson 3: Factor Theorem
Lesson 4: Solve Polynomials by Factoring
Lesson 5: Sketching Polynomials by Finding Zeros
Lesson 6: Polynomial Identities and Proofs
Lesson 1: Rational Expressions
Lesson 2: Graphing Rational Functions
Lesson 3: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
Lesson 4: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
Lesson 5: Rational Equations
Lesson 6: Applications of Rational Expressions
Lesson 1: Review of Linear Systems
Lesson 2: Linear-Quadratic Systems
Lesson 3: Quadratic-Quadratic Systems
Lesson 4: Graphing Linear Inequalities
Lesson 5: Systems of Linear Inequalities
Lesson 1: Exponential Functions
Lesson 2: Growth and Decay Models
Lesson 3: Transformations
Lesson 4: Solving Equations Using Logarithms
Lesson 5: Product and Quotient Laws
Lesson 6: Graphing Exponential Functions
Lesson 7: Graphing Logarithmic Functions
Lesson 1: Arithmetic Sequences
Lesson 2: Geometric Sequences
Lesson 3: Sum of a Finite Geometric Series
Lesson 4: Applications of Series
Lesson 1: Introduction to Probability
Lesson 2: Basics of Probability
Lesson 3: Two-Way Tables
Lesson 4: Independence vs Dependence
Lesson 5: Conditionality
Lesson 1: Introduction to Statistics
Lesson 2: Simulations
Lesson 3: Evaluating Reports
Lesson 4: Calculating and Using Z-Scores
Lesson 5: Estimations and Predictions
Lesson 6: Analyzing and Presenting Data
Lesson 7: Reading Data Reports
Lesson 1: Angular Measure
Lesson 2: Trigonometric Ratios of Any Angle
Lesson 3: Trigonometric Graphing
Lesson 4: Graphing Sine and Cosine
Lesson 5: Graphing Tangent
Lesson 6: Applications of Trigonometric Functions
Lesson 7: Comparing and Combining Trigonometric Functions
Lesson 8: The Pythagorean Identity

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StudyForge has been an effective instructional program for students who are learning math. There are many visual representations as well as audio explanations on all the topics. Most of the practice questions provide both an answer and a solution to help students understand the procedures. From the teacher’s perspective, the course instruction can be easily rearranged for students who need a review of concepts from a previous grade.


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Course Features

  • Built-In Desmos Graphing Calculator
  • Desmos Activities [coming soon]
  • Geogebra Interactives