Enroll in Algebra 2 with Dolphin STEM Academy
Algebra 2, Semester B, is a single-semester course designed to cultivate and periodically assess your subject-matter knowledge while strengthening your mathematical skills. This course includes lessons that focus on function transformations on the coordinate plane, the inverse of functions, and the properties of functions. You’ll learn to create and graph trigonometric functions and identify their key features. Toward the end of this course, you will build your understanding of the key concepts of probability and statistics.
By the end of this course, you will be able to do the following: • Transform the graphs of functions in the coordinate plane. • Find the inverses of simple rational, radical, and exponential functions. • Compare and translate among representations of nonlinear functions. • Connect the ideas of radian measure and arc length to the trigonometric origins of the unit circle while also proving and applying the Pythagorean identity • Graph and identify the key features of trigonometric functions and their transformations. • Interpret the key features of trigonometric functions and use those features to model periodic, real-world phenomena. • Compare statistical models with experimental and observational data. • Construct and analyze fair decisions and strategies based on probability concepts and methods. • Fit data to a normal distribution and estimate population percentages and area using the normal distribution curve. • Evaluate reports based on real-world data for accuracy, bias, and validity.