Algebra II

  • Identifying Parent Functions - Constant, Linear, Absolute and Quadratic Functions
  • Transformation of Linear and Absolute Value Functions
  • Slope of a Linear Function from Graph, Two Points and Tables
  • Slope-Intercept Form of Linear Functions
  • Modeling with Linear Functions
  • Finding Lines of Fit and Lines of Best Fit
  • Slope and Line equations for a Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
  • Solving Linear Systems - Two variable and Three Variable systems
  • Transformations of Quadratic Functions
  • Characteristics of Quadratic Functions
  • Properties of Parabolas
  • Graphing a Quadratic function in Standard Form
  • Minimum and Maximum values of a Quadratic Function
  • Graphing Quadratic Functions in Intercept Form
  • Finding Focus of a Parabola
  • Graphing an Equation of a Parabola
  • Writing Equations of Parabolas
  • Modeling with Quadratic Functions
  • Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing, using Square Roots, by Factoring
  • Solving Quadratic Equations using Quadratic formula and using discriminant
  • Classifying Complex Numbers
  • Square roots of Negative Numbers
  • Operations with Complex Numbers
  • Quadratic Equations - Complex solutions and Zeros
  • Quadratic Equations using Completing the Square
  • Solving Non-linear systems
  • Quadratic Inequalities
  • Identifying and Graphing Polynomial Functions
  • Evaluating Polynomial Functions and Describing End Behaviour
  • Cubing Binomials
  • Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
  • Multiplying Polynomials
  • Polynomial Identities
  • Pascal's Triangle
  • Dividing Polynomials - Long Division of Polynomials
  • Dividing Polynomials - Synthetic Division
  • Remainder Theorem
  • Factoring Polynomials - By finding common Monomials, by Grouping
  • Factor Theorem
  • Solving Polynomial Equations - finding solutions and zeroes
  • Rational Root Theorem
  • Irrational Conjugates Theorem
  • Transformation of Polynomial Functions
  • Analyzing Graphs of Polynomial Functions - Approximating Turning Points, Location Principle, Even and Odd Functions,
  • Modeling with Polynomial Functions
  • Fundamental Theorem of Algebra and Binomial Theorems
  • nth Roots and Rational Exponents
  • Solving equations using nth Roots
  • Properties of Rational Exponents and Radicals
  • Simplifying Radical Expressions
  • Graphing Radical Functions
  • Transforming Radical Functions
  • Graphing Parabolas and Circles
  • Solving Radical equations and Inequalities
  • Performing Function Operations
  • Graphing Functions and their Inverses
  • Inverse of a Linear and Quadratic Functions
  • Inverse of a Radical and Cubic Functions
  • Exponential Growth and Decay Functions
  • Graphing and Simplifying Natural Base Functions
  • Logarithms and Logrithmic Functions
  • Inverse Functions of Logarithmic Functions
  • Transformations of Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
  • Properties of Logarithms
  • Solving Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
  • Modeling with Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
  • Recognizing Direct and Indirect Variation
  • Writing Inverse Variation Equations
  • Graphing Rational Functions
  • Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
  • Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
  • Solving Rational Equations
  • Defining and using sequences and series
  • Rules for Series and Writing Series using Summation
  • Analyzing Arithmetic sequences and series
  • Arithmetic sequences - Writing a rule, Finding sums of finite Arithmetic series, Sum of Arithmetic Series
  • Analyzing Geometric Sequences and series
  • Sum of Finite Geometric Series, nth term
  • Sums of Infinite Geometric Series
  • Recursive Rules with Sequences
  • Convergent and Divergent Geometric series
  • Partial sums of Arithmetic and Geometric series
  • Trigonometric Identities
  • Six Trigonometric Ratios - Finding Angles and Side lengths
  • Pythagorean theorem and its converse
  • Angles and Radian Measure - Writing Radian and Degree measures of Angles
  • Finding Coterminal Angles
  • Laws of Sines and Cosines
  • Trigonometric Functions of Any Angle
  • Unit Circle and Reference Angles
  • Properties and Equations of Sine Functions
  • Properties and Equations of Cosine Functions
  • Modeling with Trigonometric Functions
  • Sum and Differences Formulas
  • Complementary Angle Identities, Symmetry and Periodicity of Trigonometric Functions
  • Sample Spaces and Probability
  • Identifying Independent and Dependent Events
  • Finding Theoretical and Experimental Probabilities
  • Probability of Independent Events
  • Probability of Dependent Events
  • Comparing Dependent and Independent Events
  • Finding Conditional Probabilities
  • Two-way tables and Probability
  • Finding Probability using Permutations and Combinations
  • Probability of Disjoint and Overlapping events
  • Binomial Distributions
  • Finding Probability using Addition rule and Normal Distribution
  • Normal Distributions
  • Finding Normal Probability
  • Interpreting Normally Distributed Data
  • Z-score and Standard normal table
  • Recognizing Normal Distributions
  • Populations, Samples and Hypotheses
  • Collecting Data
  • Experimental Design
  • Making Inferences from Sample surveys
  • Making Inferences from Experiments
  • Mean, Median, Mode and Range
  • Quartiles and Mean Absolute Deviation
  • Variance and Standard Deviation
  • Vertex, Focus, Directrix and Axis of Symmetry of a Parabola
  • Equations of Parabolas in General and Vertex Forms
  • Graphing Parabolas and Circles
  • Centre, Vertices, Co-vertices, Foci, Major and Minor Axes of an ellipse
  • Equations of Ellipses in Standard form and general forms
  • Centre, Vertices, Foci, Asymptotes of a Hyperbola
  • Length of transverse or Conjugate of a Hyperbola
  • Equations of hyperbolas in General Form and Standard form
  • Centre, Radius and Diameter of a Circle
  • Equations of Circles in Standard form using graphs and tables
  • Graph circles
  • Finding limits using Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division Law
  • Find limits using power and root laws
  • Limits of Polynomials and Rational Functions



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