Conquering Math: Algebra II - Quadratic Functions
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This course is designed to be a tutoring supplement to your high school or college Algebra II course. There is more than enough information included for anyone to be successful with this course, so it can also be useful for home-school students or anyone else interested in learning about quadratic functions in algebra. You will find 6 video lectures focusing on specific ways of using and solving quadratic functions. This course can be completed in approximately 1.5-2 hours including time to work on the quizzes, however you are encouraged to review the videos and use them as a resource as you encounter similar problems in your Algebra II class.
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|Section 1: Quadratic Functions|
Students will learn how to find the vertex, axis of symmetry, and y-intercept of any quadratic function by using the standard form of the function. These skills will be integral to graphing quadratic functions in the next lesson.
Students will learn to graph any quadratic function on the coordinate plane.
|Quiz 1||4 questions|
Students will review the skills necessary to graph quadratic functions.
Students will apply factoring algorithms to find the solutions to certain quadratic functions.
Students will learn the Quadratic Equation algorithm and use it to find the solutions to certain quadratic functions.
Students will learn to use the square root to easily solve certain quadratic functions.
Students will use the "Completing the Square" method to solve a wider variety of quadratic functions by combining with the skills learned in the previous lesson.
|Quiz 2||5 questions|
Students will review the skills necessary to find the solutions of quadratic functions.
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