Don't struggle to finish the math you need to earn your high school diploma! With this flexible, innovative online course, you can earn high school credit as you advance your mathematics education at your own pace. Lay a strong foundation for advanced mathematics study in Algebra 2, Semester 1. In this course, you'll build on your earlier algebra studies and take on more challenging and rewarding topics, including solving multi-step equations, solving quadratics, and working with graphic quadratic equations. This course is divided into four units:
• Multi-Step Equations, Formulas, Systems & Factoring
• Solving Systems of Equations & Quadratic Functions
• Radical vs. Rational Expression and Indirect Variation
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• Unit 1: Linear Equations and Inequalities

• Lesson 1: Relations and Functions
• Lesson 2: Slope
• Lesson 3: Special Functions
• Lesson 4: Systems of Equations
• Lesson 5: Solving Systems of Equations in 3 Variables
• Lesson 6: Systems of Inequalities

• Lesson 1: Graph Quadratic Functions
• Lesson 2: Solve by Factoring
• Lesson 3: Complex Numbers
• Lesson 4: Completing the Square
• Lesson 6: Analyzing Graphs
• Unit 3: Polynomial Functions

• Lesson 2: Operations with Polynomials
• Lesson 3: Dividing Polynomials
• Lesson 4 Polynomial Functions
• Lesson 5: Solve Polynomial Equations
• Lesson 6: The Remainder and Factor Theorems
• Lesson 7: Operations on Functions
• Lesson 8: Inverse Functions and Relations

• Lesson 1: Square Root Functions
• Lesson 2: nth Root
• Lesson 3: Operations with Radicals
• Lesson 4: Rational Exponents

• Unit 5: Rational Functions

• Lesson 1: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
• Lesson 2: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
• Lesson 3: Graphing Rational Functions
• Lesson 4: Rational Equations and Inequalities
• Unit 6: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

• Lesson 1: Exponential Functions
• Lesson 2: Logarithmic Functions
• Lesson 3: Properties of Logarithms
• Lesson 4: Common and Natural Logarithms
• Lesson 5: Growth and Decay
• Unit 7: Trigonometric Functions

• Lesson 1: Right Triangle Trigonometry
• Lesson 2: Angles and Angle Measurement
• Lesson 3: General Angles
• Lesson 4: Circular Functions
• Lesson 5: Inverse Trigonometric Functions
• Lesson 6: Graphing Trigonometric Functions
• Lesson 7: Translating Trigonometric Graphs
• Unit 8: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

• Lesson 1: Arithmetic Sequences and Series
• Lesson 2: Geometric Sequences and Series
• Lesson 3: Statistical Measures
• Lesson 4: The Normal Distribution
• Lesson 5: Sampling and Error
• Unit 9 Applications of Probability

• Lesson 1: The Counting Principle
• Lesson 2: Permutations and Combinations
• Lesson 3: Probability
• Lesson 4: Multiplying Probabilities