Algebra 2 & Trigonometry: A Complete High School Curriculum
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# Algebra 2 & Trigonometry: A Complete High School Curriculum

Includes videos and over 300 pages of quizzes/worksheets (answer keys provided!)
4.4 (371 ratings)
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Created by Matthew Gromlich
Last updated 8/2018
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This course includes
• 16 hours on-demand video
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
• Identify functions using the vertical line test
• Solve absolute value equations and inequalities
• Add, subtract, and multiply matrices
• Find the inverse of matrices and use the inverse to solve encrypted messages
• Graph linear functions
• Solve systems of equations and inequalities
• Use test points to find boundaries of linear inequalities
• Identify and describe polynomials
• Divide polynomials using long division
• Factor polynomials
• Identify and FOIL complex numbers
• Graph quadratic, cubic, square root, and exponential functions
• Use Descartes' Law to identify positive, negative, and imaginary roots of polynomial functions
• Solve basic trigonometric function problems (sine, cosine, tangent, cosecant, secant, and cotangent)
• Convert from degrees to angle measure
• Plot basic radian measures on the unit circle
Requirements
• Students will need headphones or speakers to hear the audio
• Students will need a PDF viewer and/or a printer to view and/or print out the supporting materials
Description

This course is an intricately-designed, complete Algebra 2 curriculum.  It incorporates all aspects of a traditional Algebra 2 course and also includes two units on basic trigonometry.

The units, in order, are:

1. Introduction to Matrices
2. Transformations of Matrices
3. Determinants and Inverse Matrices
4. Absolute Value and Inequalities
5. Introduction to Functions
6. Linear Functions
7. Systems of Equations and Inequalities
8. Polynomials
9. Dividing and Factoring Polynomials
12. Special Functions
13. Logarithms
14. Polynomial Functions
15. Trigonometric Functions
16. The Unit Circle and Angle Measures
17. Combinatorics

These 17 units incorporate all the topics of Algebra 2.

While this course was designed to cater to high school Algebra 2 students, adult education learners who are studying for High School Equivalency exams can also benefit from the information provided in this course.

Similarly, teachers who would like supplemental material for their Algebra 2 classroom should take this course.  If you are a teacher, feel free to download and use these PDFs in your own classrooms.

Who this course is for:
• Students should take this course if they have already taken Algebra 1 and/or Geometry
• Algebra 2 teachers who would like supplemental material should take this course
• Adult Education students who are studying for the HSE/GED/HiSET/TASC should take this course
Course content
Expand all 82 lectures 16:03:49
+ Introduction to the Course
1 lecture 09:09

Each lesson has a video quiz and worksheet that matches the information in the lesson. They are added as resources for each lesson.

However, if you would like to print out all of the video quizzes and worksheets from the beginning, the attachments here are all the video quizzes and worksheets for the entire course.

There are 17 units (16 numbered units and a bonus unit between units 2 and 3), which are divided into 5 different PDF files (these files are pretty large, each being 50-100 pages).

Preview 09:09
+ Unit 1: Introduction to Matrices
5 lectures 01:09:30
Lesson 2: Scalar Multiplication of Matrices
09:17
Lesson 3: Real-World Matrices
19:50
Lesson 4: Solving Matrix Equations
08:08
Lesson 5: Multiplying Matrices
17:19
+ Unit 2: Transformations of Matrices
4 lectures 40:40
Lesson 1: Translation Matrices
11:19
Lesson 2: Dilation Matrices
05:45
Lesson 3: Reflection Matrices
12:57
Lesson 4: Rotation Matrices
10:39
+ BONUS UNIT: Determinants and Inverse Matrices
5 lectures 57:00
Lesson 1: 2nd Order Determinants
08:03
Lesson 2: 3rd Order Determinants
12:08
Lesson 3: Area of Triangles
10:35
Lesson 4: Identity and Inverse Matrices
14:27
Lesson 5: Cryptography
11:47
+ Unit 3: Absolute Value and Inequalities
5 lectures 58:38
Lesson 1: Absolute Value Equations
19:12
Lesson 2: Solving Inequalities
11:36
Lesson 3: Compound Inequalities
11:28
Lesson 4: Absolute Value Inequalities
07:28
Lesson 5: Overlapping Domains
08:54
+ Unit 4: Introduction to Functions
5 lectures 59:11
Lesson 2: The Vertical Line Test and Function Notation
13:14
Lesson 3: Operations on Functions
13:24
Lesson 4: Composition of Functions
07:38
Lesson 5: Inverse Functions and Relations
10:56
+ Unit 5: Linear Functions
5 lectures 51:33
Lesson 1: Slope
09:16
Lesson 2: Graphing Lines
11:06
Lesson 3: Zero and Undefined Slopes
05:35
Lesson 4: X and Y Intercepts
10:13
Lesson 5: Writing Linear Equations
15:23
+ Unit 6: Systems of Equations and Inequalities
6 lectures 01:13:03
Lesson 2: Graphing Linear Inequalities
13:34
Lesson 3: Graphing Systems of Inequalities
11:12
Lesson 4: The Substitution Method
08:13
Lesson 5: The Elimination Method
14:14
Lesson 6: Matrix Systems of Equations
12:44
+ Unit 7: Polynomials
5 lectures 53:42
Lesson 1: Monomials
13:38
Lesson 2: Properties of Monomials
11:23
Lesson 3: Simplifying Monomials
09:49
Lesson 4: Polynomials
12:49
Lesson 5: FOIL-ing Binomials
06:03
+ Unit 8: Dividing and Factoring Polynomials
4 lectures 52:26
Lesson 1: Dividing Polynomials
15:48
Lesson 2: Factoring the GCF
13:28
Lesson 3: Factoring Binomials
09:27
Lesson 4: Factoring Trinomials
13:43