20172018 Calendar (semesterataglance) for Algebra 2 (dates subject to change)
Algebra 2 First Semester Assignments (dates subject to change)
Algebra 2 Second Semester Assignments (dates subject to change)
Upcoming topics  these are videos I'll be organizing with particular sections or worksheets as we go through the year  
construct absolute value functions  writing absolute value function equations from a graph another example of writing the equation of an absolute value function from a graph third example of writing the equation of an absolute value function from a graph 
add and subtract radicals  
transform other functions  
domain and range  6 examples of finding domain and range from a graph domain and range using inverval notation more domain and range in interval notation 
constructing quadratic functions given solutions, including complex solutions  writing an equation when given the roots or zeros 
factor and remainder theorems  the factor and remainder theorems examples using the factor and remainder theorems synthetic division, the factor theorem, and the remainder theorem finding factors of polynomials with the factor and remainder theorems 
factor polynomials 
factor theorem, factoring a polynomial, and finding a polynomial from given roots 
find zeros of a polynomial equation  finding all the zeros of a polynomial 
the rational root theorem  using the rational root theorem to find all the factors of a polynomial using the rational zero theorem to find all the roots of a polynomial finding all the roots of a polynomial via the rational root theorem and synthetic division 
multiplicity of roots 

end behavior of polynomials 

degree of polynomials 

complex roots of polynomials  given one imaginary root, find all the other roots given an imaginary root, find all the other roots given one complex root, find all the other roots using the quadratic formula and ending up with complex zeros finding real and imaginary roots of a polynomial by factoring or recognizing quadratic form finding real and complex roots by starting with the rational root theorem starting with the rational root theorem to find all the roots of a polynomial 
factoring over the complex numbers  factoring expressions using complex numbers quadratic formula and completing the square to rewrite a polynomial using complex numbers 
Descartes' rule of signs  
graphing polynomial functions  graphing polynomials, including a look at end behavior, zeros, and multiplicity a longer one, but it covers it all 
midpoint and distance between two points  
equation of a circle  
graphing circles  
changing between forms of the equation of a circle  
characteristics of parabolas  
changing between forms of quadratic equations  
graphing an ellipse  
the equation of an ellipse  
graphing a hyperbola  
the equation of a hyperbola  
Solve nonlinear systems of equations in two variables that contain at least one seconddegree equation  
writing rational expressions as a quotient and rational remainder  
multiply and divide rational expressions  
finding the least common multiple of polynomials  
add and subtract rational expressions  
graphing rational functions  
transformations of rational functions  
solve rational equations  
rules of exponents  
simplifying expressions with rational exponents  
change between rational exponent form and radical form  
simplifying radical expressions  
simplify expressions with rational exponents  
adding, subtracting, muliplying, and dividing radical expressions  
rationalizing the denominator, including by using a conjugate  
solve equations involving rational exponents  
solve equations involving radical expressions  
Graph square root functions and inequalities  
transformations of radical functions  
solve exponential equations that do not require logarithms  
compound interest problems and exponential growth or decay problems  
convert equations between exponential and logarithmic form  
use the inverse relationship between exponents and logarithms to solve simple exponential equations  
use the inverse relationship between exponents and logarithms to solve simple logarithmic equations  
expand and condense expressions using properties of logarithms  
solve problems by applying logarithms  
operations on functions  
compositions of functions  
find inverses of functions  
transformations of functions, including exponential and logarithmic functions  
Desmos online graphing calculator
practice multiplying positive and negative numbers
practice adding positive and negative numbers
more practice solving equations
still more practice solving equations
practice with graphing linear equations in 2 variables
more practice with graphing linear equations in 2 variables
practice using algebra tiles for multiplying and dividing polynomials
more practice using algebra tiles for multiplying and dividing polynomials
practice factoring polynomials
practice simplifying square roots
Look for other java applets for practice
glencoe.com/sec/math/algebra/algebra1
glencoe.com/sec/math/studytools/
explore the effect
of various parameters on graphs of functions