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Hi parents and students, welcome to Algebra 2! My courses cover all of the common core requirements (the syllabus for semester 1 is here, and semester 2 is here!) and prepare my students to think critically. Not only do I want your student to know the material in my class, I want them to succeed in all future classes and opportunities.

Use the following pacing chart to stay on track. Click individual lecture videos to make up work or stay ahead of the material!

Week Day A Day B
Week 1 10.1
10.2
10 Quiz
10 Review
Unit 10 Test
11.1
11 Quiz
11.2
11.3
Week 2 11.4
11.5
11 Review
Unit 11 Test
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
Week 3 12.5
12 Review
Unit 12 Test
14.1
14.2
14 Quiz
14.3
14 Review
Unit 14 Test
Week 4 15.1
15.2
15.3
15 Quiz
15.4
15.5
15.6
15 Review
Week 5 15 Test
16.1
16.2
16 Quiz
16.3
16.4
16.5
16.6
Week 6 16.7
16 Review
Unit 16 Test
17.1
17.2
17.3
17 Quiz
17.4
Week 7 17 Review
Unit 17 Test
18.1
18.2
18 Quiz
18.5
18.6
18 Review
Week 8 18 Test
Semester Review
Final

The following sample assessment is similar to your Algebra 2A final. You will be capable of solving all of these problems at the end of the class. This test auto corrects and sends immediate feedback if you’d like to gauge your abilities before the class. Try not to guess!

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1. Find the equation of the line parallel to the line with equation [ 3y = 6 ] and passing through (–1, 5).
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2. Identify the equation of a parabola with vertex (1, -4) passing through (2, -2)
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3. Is (1, -3) is part of the solution of [ 2x – y < 5 ]
Determine algebraically!
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4a. What is the domain of this graph?
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4b. What is the range of this graph?
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4c. Is this a function?
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5. Expand [ (2y – 5)*(3y + 4) ]
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6. Identify the solution of [ -2(x + 5) > 3x ] on a number line.
Solve for x and graph.
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7a. Five times the number of nerds is 9 more than half the nerds. What equation would you use to solve for n?
n = # of nerds
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7b. How many nerds are there?
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8. Simplify [ ⁴√(32/81) ] and leave in simplest radical form.
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9. Solve [ (5x – 2)^(3/5) = 27 ]
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10. Simplify [ (³√x⁸y)*(³√y³x) ]
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11. Are [ f(x) = 1/2x – 5 ] and [ g(x) = 2x + 10 ] inverses of each other?
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12. Identify f⁻¹(x) when f(x) = x – 9
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13. Factor [ a² – 1/b² ]
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14. In the function [ g(f) = 3f² – 2f + 9 ], which is the dependent variable?
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15. Simplify [ (10x/x⁵)*(5x⁻²/y³)⁻² ]
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16. Express (xy)^(3/5) in radical form.
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17. The table on the right is filled in so that it represents a reflection of the left table across the y-axis. Identify one of the points in table 2.
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18. Express [ 6zx ³√(xz⁴) ] in simplest exponential form.
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19. Factor [ x² – 11x – 12 ]
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20. Identify the correct intermediate formula when solving [ 3x² – 9x + 1 = 0 ] by completing the square.
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21. Solve [ 3x² – 9x + 1 = 0 ] using the quadratic formula.
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22. Find the equation of the line passing through (1,4) and (-2, -1)
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23. Factor [ 24x² – 18xy + 3y² ]
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24. The table on the right is filled in so that it represents a translation 3 units down and 1 unit to the right of the left table. Identify one of the points in table 2.
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25. Identify the graph that would make this an odd function.
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26a. Five times the number of quarters is two more than the number of nickels. The total value of the coins is $1.90. What system of equations would be used to solve for the number of coins?
Q = # of quarters, N = # of nickels
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26b. How many quarters are there?
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27. Identify the quadratic formula.
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28. f(x) = 2(x + 4)² – 8

28a. What is the vertex of this quadratic function?
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28b. What is the axis of symmetry?
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28c. What is the maximum or minimum value of the function?
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28d. What is the domain of the function?
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28e. What is the range of the function?
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28f. What is the y-intercept of the function?
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28g. What are the roots of the function?
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28h. Identify the graph of the function.
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29. Solve [ 7x² – 21 = 0 ]
Square root
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30. Find f(3) where [ f(x) = 2x² – x + 5 ]
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31. Solve the system of equations for [ 6x + y = 3 ] and [ 4x – 8 + y = 0 ]
Substition
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32. Solve [ 4 + 2√(2x + 1) = 0 ]
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33. Solve and graph the solution to [ 20 ≤ 4x ≤ 44 ] on a number line.
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