 Algebra 2 and Honors Algebra 2

~~Algebra 2 Syllabus
Instructor: Mrs. Miller
MUHS
A. COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course includes operations with functions; the study of polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs; sequences and variation. Completion of Algebra 2 with a passing grade is required for graduation. Note: This course does not have the content and rigor to prepare students for precalculus.

B. COURSE OBJECTIVES
1. This course teaches students to perform operations with rational, radical, and polynomial expression, as well as expressions involving complex numbers.
2. This course provides students with the opportunity to use relationships among the solutions of an equation, zero of a function, x-intercepts of a graph, and factors of a polynomial expression to solve problems involving relations and functions.
C. COURSE TOPICS/UNITS
The Algebra 2 1st semester will include units 1 – 5a with 2nd semester including units 6 – 11.
Unit 1: Expressions, Equations and Inequalities
A. Patterns and Expressions
B. Properties of Real Numbers
C. Algebraic Expressions
D. Solving Equations
E. Solving Inequalities
F. Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
Unit 2: Functions, Equations, and Graphs
A. Relations and Functions
B. Direct Variation
C. Linear Functions and Slope-Intercept Form
D. More About Linear Equations and Piecewise Functions
E. Using Linear Models
F. Families of Functions
G. Absolute Value Functions and Graphs
H. Two-Variable Inequalities

Unit 3: Linear Systems
A. Solving Systems using Tables and Graphs
B. Solving Systems Algebraically
C. Systems of Inequalities
D. Linear Programming
E. Graphs in Three Dimensions
G. Systems in Three Variables
H. Solving Systems using matrices
Unit 4: Quadratic Equations and Functions
B. Standard form of a Quadratic Function
F. Completing the Square
H. Complex Numbers

Unit 5: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
A. Polynomial Functions
B. Polynomials and Linear Factors
C. Solving Polynomial Equations
D. Dividing Polynomials
E. Theorems about Roots of Polynomial Equations
F. Polynomial Models in the Real world
G. Transforming Polynomial Functions
Unit 6: Radical Functions and Rational Exponents
B. Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions
D. Rational Exponents
E. Solving Square Root and Other Radical Equations
F. Function Operations
G. Inverse Relations and Functions

Unit 7: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
A. Exploring Exponential Models
B. Properties of Exponential Functions
C. Logarithmic Functions as Inverses
D. Properties of Logarithms
E. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
F. Natural Logarithms
Unit 8: Rational Functions
A. Inverse Variation
B. The Reciprocal Family
C. Rational Functions and Their Graphs
D. Rational Expressions
E. Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
F. Solving Rational Equations

Unit 9: Sequences and Series
A. Mathematical patterns
B. Arithmetic Sequences
C. Geometric Sequences
D. Arithmetic Series
E. Geometric Series
Unit 11: Probability and Statistics
A. Conditional Probability
B. Probability Models
C. Analyzing Data
D. Standard Deviation
E. Samples and Surveys
F. Binomial Distribution
G. Normal Distribution

Unit 12: Matrices (optional)
B. Matrix Multiplications
C. Determinants, and Inverses
D. Inverse Matrices and Systems

D. TEXTBOOK(S) AND REQUIRED TOOLS OR SUPPLIES
1. Textbook: Algebra 2, Prentice Hall Mathematics,
2. Supplies and/or tools: Pencils, paper, binder for notes, graph paper, non-graphing scientific calculator
100% - 90% = A
89% - 80% = B
79% - 70% = C
69% - 60% = D
59% and below = F

~~Honors Algebra 2 Syllabus
Instructor: Mrs. Miller
MUHS
A. COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course includes operations with functions; the study of polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs; sequences and variation. This course is the preparatory class for DE Precalculus.

B. COURSE OBJECTIVES
1. This course teaches students to perform operations with rational, radical, and polynomial expression, as well as expressions involving complex numbers. It includes the study of trigonometry.
2. This course provides students with the opportunity to use relationships among the solutions of an equation, zero of a function, x-intercepts of a graph, and factors of a polynomial expression to solve problems involving relations and functions as well as using trigonometric functions to solve equations and problems.
C. COURSE TOPICS/UNITS
The Honors Algebra 2 1st semester will include units 1 – 5, 8 & possibly Unit 12 with the 2nd semester Honors Algebra 2 course includes Units 6 – 11 & 14.
Unit 1: Expressions, Equations and Inequalities
A. Patterns and Expressions
B. Properties of Real Numbers
C. Algebraic Expressions
D. Solving Equations
E. Solving Inequalities
F. Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
Unit 2: Functions, Equations, and Graphs
A. Relations and Functions
B. Direct Variation
C. Linear Functions and Slope-Intercept Form
D. More About Linear Equations and Piecewise Functions
E. Using Linear Models
F. Families of Functions
G. Absolute Value Functions and Graphs
H. Two-Variable Inequalities

Unit 3: Linear Systems
A. Solving Systems using Tables and Graphs
B. Solving Systems Algebraically
C. Systems of Inequalities
D. Linear Programming
E. Graphs in Three Dimensions
G. Systems in Three Variables
H. Solving Systems using matrices
Unit 4: Quadratic Equations and Functions
B. Standard form of a Quadratic Function
F. Completing the Square
H. Complex Numbers

Unit 5: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
A. Polynomial Functions
B. Polynomials and Linear Factors
C. Solving Polynomial Equations
D. Dividing Polynomials
E. Theorems about Roots of Polynomial Equations
F. Polynomial Models in the Real world
G. Transforming Polynomial Functions
Unit 6: Radical Functions and Rational Exponents
B. Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions
D. Rational Exponents
E. Solving Square Root and Other Radical Equations
F. Function Operations
G. Inverse Relations and Functions

Unit 7: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
A. Exploring Exponential Models
B. Properties of Exponential Functions
C. Logarithmic Functions as Inverses
D. Properties of Logarithms
E. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
F. Natural Logarithms
Unit 8: Rational Functions
A. Inverse Variation
B. The Reciprocal Family
C. Rational Functions and Their Graphs
D. Rational Expressions
E. Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
F. Solving Rational Equations

Unit 9: Sequences and Series
A. Mathematical patterns
B. Arithmetic Sequences
C. Geometric Sequences
D. Arithmetic Series
E. Geometric Series
Unit 11: Probability and Statistics
A. Conditional Probability
B. Probability Models
C. Analyzing Data
D. Standard Deviation
E. Samples and Surveys
F. Binomial Distribution
G. Normal Distribution

Unit 12: Matrices
B. Matrix Multiplications
C. Determinants, and Inverses
D. Inverse Matrices and Systems
Unit 14: Trigonometry
A. Right Triangle Trigonometry
B. Radian Measure & The Unit Circle
C. Laws of Sines & Cosines
D. Graphing
E. Trigonometric Identities
F. Trigonometric Equations

D. TEXTBOOK(S) AND REQUIRED TOOLS OR SUPPLIES
1. Textbook: Algebra 2, Prentice Hall Mathematics,
2. Supplies and/or tools: Pencils, paper, binder for notes, graph paper, graphing scientific calculator
100% - 90% = A
89% - 80% = B
79% - 70% = C
69% - 60% = D
59% and below = F

~~Honors Algebra 2 Syllabus
Instructor: Mrs. Miller
MUHS
A. COURSE DESCRIPTION
The course includes operations with functions; the study of polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic functions and their graphs; sequences and variation. This course is the preparatory class for DE Precalculus.

B. COURSE OBJECTIVES
1. This course teaches students to perform operations with rational, radical, and polynomial expression, as well as expressions involving complex numbers. It includes the study of trigonometry.
2. This course provides students with the opportunity to use relationships among the solutions of an equation, zero of a function, x-intercepts of a graph, and factors of a polynomial expression to solve problems involving relations and functions as well as using trigonometric functions to solve equations and problems.
C. COURSE TOPICS/UNITS
The Honors Algebra 2 1st semester will include units 1 – 5, 8 & possibly Unit 12 with the 2nd semester Honors Algebra 2 course includes Units 6 – 11 & 14.
Unit 1: Expressions, Equations and Inequalities
A. Patterns and Expressions
B. Properties of Real Numbers
C. Algebraic Expressions
D. Solving Equations
E. Solving Inequalities
F. Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
Unit 2: Functions, Equations, and Graphs
A. Relations and Functions
B. Direct Variation
C. Linear Functions and Slope-Intercept Form
D. More About Linear Equations and Piecewise Functions
E. Using Linear Models
F. Families of Functions
G. Absolute Value Functions and Graphs
H. Two-Variable Inequalities

Unit 3: Linear Systems
A. Solving Systems using Tables and Graphs
B. Solving Systems Algebraically
C. Systems of Inequalities
D. Linear Programming
E. Graphs in Three Dimensions
G. Systems in Three Variables
H. Solving Systems using matrices
Unit 4: Quadratic Equations and Functions
B. Standard form of a Quadratic Function
F. Completing the Square
H. Complex Numbers

Unit 5: Polynomials and Polynomial Functions
A. Polynomial Functions
B. Polynomials and Linear Factors
C. Solving Polynomial Equations
D. Dividing Polynomials
E. Theorems about Roots of Polynomial Equations
F. Polynomial Models in the Real world
G. Transforming Polynomial Functions
Unit 6: Radical Functions and Rational Exponents
B. Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions
D. Rational Exponents
E. Solving Square Root and Other Radical Equations
F. Function Operations
G. Inverse Relations and Functions

Unit 7: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
A. Exploring Exponential Models
B. Properties of Exponential Functions
C. Logarithmic Functions as Inverses
D. Properties of Logarithms
E. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations
F. Natural Logarithms
Unit 8: Rational Functions
A. Inverse Variation
B. The Reciprocal Family
C. Rational Functions and Their Graphs
D. Rational Expressions
E. Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions
F. Solving Rational Equations

Unit 9: Sequences and Series
A. Mathematical patterns
B. Arithmetic Sequences
C. Geometric Sequences
D. Arithmetic Series
E. Geometric Series
Unit 11: Probability and Statistics
A. Conditional Probability
B. Probability Models
C. Analyzing Data
D. Standard Deviation
E. Samples and Surveys
F. Binomial Distribution
G. Normal Distribution

Unit 12: Matrices
B. Matrix Multiplications
C. Determinants, and Inverses
D. Inverse Matrices and Systems
Unit 14: Trigonometry
A. Right Triangle Trigonometry
B. Radian Measure & The Unit Circle
C. Laws of Sines & Cosines
D. Graphing
E. Trigonometric Identities
F. Trigonometric Equations

D. TEXTBOOK(S) AND REQUIRED TOOLS OR SUPPLIES
1. Textbook: Algebra 2, Prentice Hall Mathematics,
2. Supplies and/or tools: Pencils, paper, binder for notes, graph paper, graphing scientific calculator
100% - 90% = A
89% - 80% = B
79% - 70% = C
69% - 60% = D
59% and below = F

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