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TabletClass Math makes homeschooling Algebra 2 easy. We include everything your child needs to excel in math.
Our complete and indepth Algebra 2 Homeschool Curriculum provides a strong foundation for learning new and complex concepts that lead to college level math. Our teacher, John Zimmerman, cares about your child’s success. He guides students every step of the curriculum with clear and understandable instruction that will help build their confidence in math.
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TabletClass Math Algebra 2 Homeschool Curriculum Includes:
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Practice Problems
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With our Algebra 2 homeschool curriculum, your child will receive an amazing math education and experience that will help prepare them for their future educational goals!
TabletClass Math Algebra 2 Homeschool Curriculum
The Algebra 2 homeschool curriculum is designed as a high school second or third year college prep math curriculum. A strong foundation in concepts and skills of Algebra 1 is required.
The first part of the Algebra 2 homeschool curriculum is an extensive series of sections on basic algebra topics that students should have mastered in Algebra 1. Part 2 of the curriculum focuses on quadratic equations/complex numbers, linear systems and matrices/determinants.
The next part of the Algebra 2 homeschool curriculum covers functions and relations and powers and radicals at a more advance level.
The course finishes by introducing many advance level topics to include exponential/logarithmic functions and solving polynomials of ndegree. Lastly, a chapter on rational functions is explored to include a section on graphing rational functions.
Chapter 1: Basic Algebra (Review)
This chapter reviews many of the fundamental algebra skills that students should have mastered in Algebra 1. Students are encouraged to take the time to go over these sections to ensure they are ready for the more advance concepts later in the course.
Sections:

Adding Real Numbers

Subtracting Real Numbers

Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers

Distributive Property

Simplifying by Combining Like Terms

One Step Equations

Solving Two Step Equations

Solving MultiStep Equations

Formulas and Literal Equations

Linear Inequalities

Compound Inequalities

Introduction to Absolute Value

Solving Absolute Value Equations

Absolute Value Inequalities

Graphing Absolute Value Equations
Sample Example Set Video – Solving MultiStep Equations
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Chapter 2: Graphing and Writing Linear Equations
This very important chapter stresses how to graph and write linear equations. Concepts involving the coordinate plane, slope and methods to graph lines are thoroughly reviewed and introduced. The second part of the chapter focuses on the various methods to find and write the equation of a line. Additional related topics are explored to include linear models, regression, absolute value graphs and word problems.
Sections:

Graphing Lines with One Variable

Graphing Lines with Two Variables

The Slope of a Line

Slope Intercept Method

XY Intercept Method

Using SlopeIntercept Form

Using PointSlope intercept

Given the Slope and a Point

Given Two Points

Standard Form of Linear Equations

Best Fitting Lines and Scatter Plots

Linear Models/Word Problems

Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables
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Chapter 3: Systems
Understanding systems and the methods to solve them are vital in Algebra. This chapter introduces/reviews techniques to solve linear systems. Students will also explore special systems, word problems and systems of linear inequalities. Lastly, the topic of Linear Programming will be introduced. This powerful technique uses systems to “optimize” a constraint function. Because Linear Programming is widely used in business and industry this part of the chapter is a nice way to connect concepts of systems to “real world” applications.
Sections:

Solving Systems by Graphing

Solving Systems Substitution Method

Solving Systems by Elimination/Linear Combination

Solving Linear Systems Word Problems

Special Linear Systems

Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities

Linear Programming
Sample Lesson Video – Linear Programming
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Chapter 4: Matrices and Determinants
This chapter introduces the core concepts of matrices and determinants to students. Time is taken to teach terminology and common applications of matrices. Students will learn how to perform various matrix operations to include matrix addition, subtraction, multiplication and scalar multiplication. Additionally, students will learn the steps to find determinants and inverse of a matrix. The chapter also focuses on how matrices can be used to solve linear systems by using an inverse matrix or Cramer’s Rule.
Sections:

Introduction to Matrices

Matrix Operations

Matrix Multiplication

Determinants

Identity and Inverse Matrices

Solving Systems using Inverse Matrices

Solving Systems using Cramer’s Rule
Sample Example Set Video – Matrix Determinants
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“Tablet class has taught me to understand new ways to solve math. It has also helped me to enjoy doing math, most days! I am very excited to continue in Algebra and Geometry as well.”
8th Grade Student
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“As a homeschooling Mom of seven children, spanning 25 years, we have used multiple math curriculums. Tabletclass math is hands down, no comparison, the best we have used! I honestly am so thankful for it every day, What a relief to find a program that is thorough, no gaps, detailed steps for all kinds of learners, and it is enjoyable to learn with Mr. Zimmerman! I know because for the first time in my life, I have enjoyed math as I have worked alongside our boys. And, they are able to watch the videos as many times as they want and when they complete a course, Mr. Zimmerman has a final exam complete with study tips, etc so that we know they are proficient. Thank you, thank you, thank you for Tabletclass math!”
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Chapter 5: Quadratic Equations and Complex Numbers
Understanding the properties and methods to solve quadratic equations is essential for the student to advance in algebra. This chapter explains each concept in a very specific and focused manner. After students have been introduced to quadratic equations they build up their knowledge by learning various techniques to solve them.
Additionally, students will learn the connection between solutions and graphs of quadratic functions. Methods and procedures are applied to graph quadratic inequalities and solve word problems.
Lastly, the chapter covers complex and imaginary numbers. Students are introduced to complex number operations, graphs and the role complex and imaginary numbers have as solutions to equations.
Sections:

Introduction to Quadratic Equations

Solving Quadratic Equations by Square Roots

Graphing Quadratic Equations

The Quadratic Formula

Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring

The Discriminant – Types of Roots

Completing the Square

Quadratic Equation Word Problems

Graphing Quadratic Inequalities
 Complex and Imaginary Numbers
Sample Example Set Video – Quadratic Formula
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Chapter 6: Functions and Relations
Functions and relations transcend all through mathematics. This chapter explains core concepts at the Algebra 1/2 level and prepares the student for more advance study of the topic. Time is taken to explain the difference between a function and relation and introduce the student to the language of functions to include the domain, range and linear/nonlinear functions. Students will also learn function operations, composite functions and graphing.
Sections:

Introduction to Functions and Relations

Function Operations

Inverse Functions

Graphing Functions

Linear and Nonlinear Functions

Special Functions

Composite Functions
Chapter 7: Powers and Radicals
This chapter covers all the rules a student will need to know to work with powers, exponents, radicals and rational exponents. Also, important applications of these rules are coved to include scientific notation, compound interest, Pythagorean Theorem and the Distance and MidPoint formula. Special emphasis is placed on solving radical and rational root equations.
Sections:

Product and Power Rules of Exponents

Negative and Zero Exponents Rules

Division Rules of Exponents

Scientific Notation

Compound Interest

Simplifying Radicals

Operations with Radicals

Solving Radical Equations

Operations and Equations with Rational Exponents

The Distance and MidPoint Formula

The Pythagorean Theorem
Sample Lesson Video – Simplifying Radicals
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Chapter 8: Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
For most students this chapter will be their first introduction to logarithms. As such the chapter focuses on teaching the basic core concepts of a logarithm and its relationship to an exponential function. Students will learn how to covert between a logarithm/exponential equation.
Additionally, the chapter defines the properties of logarithms and how to condense and expand logarithmic expressions. The Natural Base e and Natural logarithms are explored with explanations of how to use the “log and ln” functions on a scientific calculator. Finally, the chapter covers the methods and procedure to solve exponential and logarithmic equations.
Sections:

Exponential Growth and Decay Functions

Introduction to Logarithms

Properties of Logarithms

The Natural Base e

Natural Logarithms

Solving Logarithmic Equations

Solving Exponential Equations
Sample Lesson Video – Natural Logarithms
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Chapter 9: Polynomial Functions
The first part of the chapter covers the parts of a polynomial, related terminology and how to perform polynomial operations. A special focus is placed on avoiding common mistakes. The second part of the chapter focuses on the extremely important skill of factoring polynomials. Students will first understand how to factor out a polynomial GCF and build on this to learn many techniques to factor polynomials.
Sections:

Introduction to Polynomials

Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

Multiplying Polynomials

Multiplying Polynomials Special Cases

Sum and Difference of Two Cubes

Factoring Greatest Common Factor

Factoring Quadratic Trinomials

Special Factoring Rules

Graphing Polynomials

Solving Polynomial Equations by Factoring

Polynomial Division (long and synthetic division)

Remainder and Factor Theorem

Rational Root Theorem (RationalZero Test)

Solving ndegree Polynomials (Fundamental Theorem of Algebra)
Chapter 10: Rational Expressions/Equations
The first part of the chapter takes the student through fundamental rational expressions to include ratios, rates, proportions, percent and variation. Special emphasis is placed on learning different methods to solve rational expression problems. The section on simplifying rational algebraic expressions starts by reviewing basic examples using numbers before introducing variable examples.
The second part of the chapter builds from the student’s knowledge of polynomials and covers operations with rational expressions. Instruction will focus on learning to multiply, divide, find the LCD and solve rational expressions. Additionally, a section is dedicated to the procedure/ methods to graph rational functions; new terms like vertical and horizontal asymptotes will be explained.
Sections:

Ratios and Proportions

Percent

Direct and Inverse Variation

Simplifying Rational Expressions

Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions

Finding the LCD of Rational Expressions

Solving Rational Equations

Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

Graphing Rational Functions (vertical and horizontal asymptotes)
Chapter 11: Data, Measurement and Probability
This chapter is an overview of how to work with data. Sections in the chapter introduce units of measures, conversion, mean, median, mode and range. Also, included is a section on graphs and plots such as boxandwhisker plots and frequency tables.
The chapter also provides a section basic concepts of probability to include a discussion into the Law of Large Numbers and a section on more advance concepts like independent, dependent and mutually exclusive events. In addition to probability there is a section on counting theory which will take a look at how to count using trees and the Fundamental Principle of Counting.
Lastly, the chapter will look into counting arrangements using combinations and permutations.
Sections:

Units of Measure and Conversion

Measures of Central Tendency Mean, Median and Mode

Exploring Data Charts, Tables, Graphs and Plots

Introduction To Probability

Counting Theory

Probability of Independent, Dependent and Mutually Exclusive Events

Permutations and Combinations
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The Geometry course is designed for high school students after the completion of Algebra 1. Because a good foundation and understanding of algebra is required for geometry, the course does provide algebra reviews at the end of each chapter. Students can expect to study a wide range of topics in geometry essential for more advance study in mathematics.
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The Algebra 2 course is designed as a high school second or third year college prep math course. A strong foundation in concepts and skills of Algebra 1 is required. This course begins with a review of algebra topics students will have mastered in Algebra 1. Then introduces quadratic equations, complex numbers, linear systems, matrices/determinants, and covers more advanced level topics.
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This course is designed for the middle school student preparing to enter a high school level algebra course. Students taking this course should have strong skills in arithmetic to include fraction operations.
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This course is designed for those students entering a high school level/college prep math track. Before starting this course students should have finished a PreAlgebra or equivalent course (8th grade math as an example). Upon completion of TabletClass Algebra 1 students can take Geometry or Algebra 2 courses.
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Geometry
This course is designed for high school students after the completion of Algebra 1. Because a good foundation and understanding of algebra is required for geometry, the course does provide algebra reviews at the end of each chapter. Students can expect to study a wide range of topics in geometry essential for more advance study in mathematics.
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