ALGEBRA 2A

  • Course Type
    Core Courses, Credit Recovery, Honors
  • Grade Level
    9-12
  • Category
    Mathematics
  • Course Length
    One Semester

Algebra 2 will consolidate and build on students’ knowledge acquired in Algebra 1. After a review of Algebra 1 concepts, students will take an in-depth look at linear equations, inequalities, and functions. Students will be introduced to matrices, apply Cramer’s Rule in solving linear systems, and solve graphs and equations of conic sections. Using graphs, factoring, and the quadratic formula, students will solve quadratic equations, inequalities, and functions. Students will investigate how to graph, factor, invert, and solve polynomials, as well as solve rational expressions, radical expressions, fractional exponents, and rational inequalities. Students will examine the properties, transformations, and applications of exponential and logarithmic functions. Applying probability and data analysis, students will determine probability and model data.