Portville Study
Algebra 2
"Pure mathematics is, in its way, the
poetry of logical ideas."
Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Unit 1
Lesson 1: Variables, Terms, and Expressions
Lesson 2: Solving Linear Equations
Lesson 3: Common Algebraic Expressions
Lesson 4: Basic Exponent Properties
Lesson 5: Multiplying Polynomials
Lesson 6: Using Tables on the Calculator

Unit 2
Lesson 1: Introduction to Functions
Lesson 2.Function Notation
Lesson 3: Function Composition
Lesson 4: The Domain and Range of a Function
Lesson 5: One to One Functions
Lesson 6: Inverse Functions
Lesson 7: Key Features of Functions

Unit 3
Lesson 1: Direct Variation
Lesson 2: The Average Rate of Change
Lesson 3: The Forms of a Line
Lesson 4: Linear Modeling
Lesson 5: Inverses of Linear Functions
Lesson 6: Piecewise Linear Functions
Lesson 7: Solving Systems of Linear Equations

Unit 4
Lesson 1: Integer Exponents
Lesson 2: Rational Exponents
Lesson 3: Exponential Function Basics
Lesson 4: Writing Equations of Exponential Functions
Lesson 5: The Method of Common Bases
Lesson 6: Exponential Modeling with Percent Growth and Decay
Lesson 7: Mindful Percent Manipulations
Lesson 8: Introduction to Logarithms
Lesson 9: Graphs of Logarithms
Lesson 10: Logarithm Laws
Lesson 11: Solving Exponential Equations Using Logarithms
Lesson 12: The Number e and the Natural Logarithm

Unit 5
Lesson 1: Sequences
Lesson 2: Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
Lesson 3: Summation Notation
Lesson 4: Arithmetic Series
Lesson 5: Geometric Series
Lesson 6: Mortgage Payments

Unit 6
Lesson 1: Quadratic Function Review
Lesson 2: Factoring
Lesson 3: Factoring Trinomials
Lesson 4: Complete Factoring
Lesson 5: Factoring by Grouping
Lesson 6: The Zero Product Law
Lesson 7: Quadratic Inequalities of One Variable
Lesson 8: Completing the Square and Shifting Parabolas
Lesson 9: Modeling with Quadratic Functions
Lesson 10: Equations of Circles
Lesson 11: The Locus Definition of a Parabola

Unit 7
Lesson 1: Shifting Functions
Lesson 2: Reflecting Parabolas
Lesson 3: Vertically Stretching and Compressing Functions
Lesson 4: Horizontal Stretching of Functions
Lesson 5: Even and Odd Functions

Unit 8
Lesson 1: Square Root Functions and Their Graphs
Lesson 2: Solving Square Root Equations
Lesson 3: The Basic Exponent Properties
Lesson 4: Fractional Exponents Revisited
Lesson 5: More Exponent Practice
Lesson 6: The Quadratic Formula
Lesson 7: More Work with the Quadratic Formula

Unit 9
Lesson 1: Imaginary Numbers
Lesson 2: Complex Numbers
Lesson 3: Solving Quadratics with Complex Solutions
Lesson 4: The Discriminant of a Quadratic

Unit 10
Lesson 1: Power Functions
Lesson 2: Graphs and Zeroes of a Polynomial
Lesson 3: Creating Polynomial Equations
Lesson 4: Polynomial Identities
Lesson 5: Introduction to Rational Functions
Lesson 6: Simplifying Rational Expressions
Lesson 7: Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions
Lesson 8: Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
Lesson 9: Complex Fractions
Lesson 10: Polynomial Long Division
Lesson 11: The Remainder Theorem
Lesson 12: Solving Fractional Equations
Lesson 13: Solving Rational Inequality
Lesson 14: Justifying Steps in Solving Radical and Rational Equations

Unit 11
Lesson 1: Rotations and Angle Terminology
Lesson 2: Radian Angle Measurement
Lesson 3: The Unit Circle
Lesson 4: The Definition of the Sine and Cosine Functions
Lesson 5: More work with Sine and Cosine
Lesson 6: Basic Graphs of Sine and Cosine
Lesson 7: Vertical Shifting of Sinusoidal Graphs
Lesson 8: The Frequency and Period of a Sinusoidal Graph
Lesson 9: Sinusoidal Modeling
Lesson 10: The Tangent Function
Lesson 11: The Reciprocal Trig Functions

Unit 12
Lesson 1: Introduction to Probability
Lesson 2: Sets and Probability
Lesson 3: Adding Probabilities
Lesson 4: Conditional Probability
Lesson 5: Independent and Dependent Events
Lesson 6: Multiplying Probabilities

Unit 13
Lesson 1: Variability and Sampling
Lesson 2: Population Parameters
Lesson 3: The Normal Distribution
Lesson 4: The Normal Distribution and Z Scores
Lesson 5: Sample Means
Lesson 6: Sample Proportions
Lesson 7: The Difference in Sample Means
Lesson 8: Distribution of Sample Means
Lesson 9: Distribution of Sample Proportions
Lesson 10: Margin of Error
Lesson 11: Linear Regression and Lines of Best Fit
Lesson 12: Other Types of Regression
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