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Algebra II Workbook For Dummies

Sterling, Mary Jane


3. Auflage März 2019
352 Seiten, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-1-119-54311-4
John Wiley & Sons

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Boost your chances of scoring higher at Algebra II

Algebra II introduces students to complex algebra concepts in preparation for trigonometry and calculus. In this new edition of Algebra II Workbook For Dummies, high school and college students will work through the types of Algebra II problems they'll see in class, including systems of equations, matrices, graphs, and conic sections. Plus, the book now comes with free 1-year access to chapter quizzes online!

A recent report by ACT shows that over a quarter of ACT-tested 2012 high school graduates did not meet any of the four college readiness benchmarks in mathematics, English, reading, and science. Algebra II Workbook For Dummies presents tricky topics in plain English and short lessons, with examples and practice at every step to help students master the essentials, setting them up for success with each new lesson.
* Tracks to a typical Algebra II class
* Can be used as a supplement to classroom learning or for test prep
* Includes plenty of practice and examples throughout
* Comes with free access to chapter quizzes online

Get ready to take the intimidation out of Algebra II!

Introduction 1

Part 1: Getting Started with Algebra II 5

Chapter 1: Going Beyond Beginning Algebra 7

Chapter 2: Handling Quadratic (and Quadratic-Like) Equations and Inequalities 21

Chapter 3: Rooting Out the Rational, the Radical, and the Negative 43

Chapter 4: Graphing for the Good Life 61

Part 2: Functions 89

Chapter 5: Formulating Functions 91

Chapter 6: Specializing in Quadratic Functions 107

Chapter 7: Plugging in Polynomials 119

Chapter 8: Acting Rationally with Functions 143

Chapter 9: Exposing Exponential and Logarithmic Functions 163

Part 3: Conics and Systems of Equations 189

Chapter 10: Any Way You Slice It: Conic Sections 191

Chapter 11: Solving Systems of Linear Equations 221

Chapter 12: Solving Systems of Nonlinear Equations and Inequalities 237

Part 4: Other Good Stuff: Lists, Arrays, and Imaginary Numbers 251

Chapter 13: Getting More Complex with Imaginary Numbers 253

Chapter 14: Getting Squared Away with Matrices 263

Chapter 15: Going Out of Sequence with Sequences and Series 279

Chapter 16: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about Sets and Counting 293

Part 5: The Part of Tens 309

Chapter 17: Basic Graphs 311

Chapter 18: Ten Special Sequences and Their Sums 317

Index 323
Mary Jane Sterling taught junior high and high school math before embarking on her career as an instructor at Bradley University, where she taught for more than 35 years.