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2 OPEN HOUSE INFORMATION FOR GEOMETRY. Contact Mr. Reid at: Contact Number: - (305) 431-8673; E-Mail: - GO TO THE KILLIAN WEBSITE AT; On the menu bar click on 1. ACADEMICS; CLICK ON DEPARTMENT, 2. CLICK ON “MATHEMATICS”. Click on “MR. REID ALGEBRA 2 CLASS” On the right, click on the required ALGEBRA 2 information you need. FOR EXAMPLE; ALGEBRA 2 AGENDA will provide you with files on the week’s lesson.

3 ALGEBRA 2 Topics for 1 st 9-WEEKS I. Linear Relations and Functions A. Linear Equations and Inequalities in One Variable B. Linear Functions ii Linear Systems A. Systems of Equations with Two Variables; B. Systems of Inequalities; C. Linear Programming; D. Solving Systems of Equations with Three Variables iii. Quadratic Functions and Equations A. Graphing Quadratics; B. Solving Quadratic Equations over the Set of Real Numbers; C. Complex Numbers; D. Quadratic Formula; E. Solving Linear-Quadratic Systems; F. The Parabola

4 ALGEBRA 2 Topics for 2nd 9-WEEKS IV. Polynomials Functions A. Polynomial Functions; B. Dividing Polynomials C. Solving Polynomial Equations; D. Polynomial Functions Theorems E. Transforming Polynomial Functions F. Modeling with Polynomials V. Radical Functions and Equations A. Roots and Radical Expressions; B. Operations with Radicals; C. Rational Exponents D. Solving Radical Equations; E. Graphing Radical Functions A. VI. Functions A. Operations with Functions; B. Functions and Their Inverse

5 ALGEBRA 2 Topics for 3 rd 9-WEEKS VII. Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and Equations A. Exponential Models; B. Properties of Exponential Functions C. Logarithmic Functions; D. Exponential and Logarithmic Equations E. Natural Logarithms VIII. Rational Functions and Equations A. Rational Functions and Their Graphs; B. Rational Expressions C. Solving Rational; D. Equations IX. Sequences and Series A. Arithmetic Sequences; B. Geometric Sequences; C. Arithmetic Series D. Geometric Series

6 ALGEBRA 2 Topics for 4 th 9-WEEKS X. Probability A. Independence and Conditional Probability; B. Probability of Compound Events C. Evaluating Outcomes of Decisions XI. Statistics A. Design and Evaluation of Statistical Studies B. Normal Distribution XII. Trigonometric Functions A. The Unit Circle; B. Trigonometric Identities C. Modeling with Trigonometric Functions

7 GRADING SCALE FOR ALGEBRA 2 PROGRESS REPORT: -Interim progress report available at the end of each 4th week. GRADING SYSTEM The students’ grades will be based on the following system: A = 100 - 90 Outstanding progress A = 3.50 and above B = 89 - 80 Above average progress B = 2.50 - 3.49 C = 79 - 70 Average progress C = 1.50 - 2.49 D = 69 - 60 Lowest acceptable progress D = 1.00 - 1.49 F = 59 - 0 Failure F = 0.00 - 0.99 I0 Incomplete I0 CLASSWORK:- 1 GRADE; QUIZ:- 1 GRADE; TEST:- 2 GRADES

8 . SUPPLIES REQUIRED FOR ALGEBRA 2 E. SUPPLIES REQUIRED FOR THIS ALGEBRA II HONORS CLASS One 2.0 three-ring binder Four dividers labeled: ‘CLASS REQUIREMENTS, AGENDA, BELL-RINGER, Activity.’ Lined paper (many, many packs). One graphing calculator (TI83-Plus or TI89 Calculator). Many pencils (#2). One graph book. Items will be checked the second week of school. These items must be in class every day.

9 WHAT DO WE DO IN THIS MATHEMATICS CLASS? THE FLORIDA STANDARDS STATE Based on the Florida Standards Initiative, mathematics teachers are expecting our students to be Mathematically proficient. Students are expected to start by explaining to themselves the meaning of a problem and looking for entry points to its solution. They analyze givens, constraints, relationships, and goals. They make conjectures about the form and meaning of the solution and plan a solution pathway rather than simply jumping into a solution attempt. They consider analogous problems, and try special cases and simpler forms of the original problem in order to gain insight into its solution. They monitor and evaluate their progress and change course if necessary. They also make conjectures, build a logical progression of statements to explore the truth of their conjectures. In other words, you have to justify the solutions to your answers by creating a coherent representation of a problem identifying relationships among quantities and their units (work must be shown). CLASSWORK and HOMEWORK WILL BE CHECKED for every competency covered in this class. Home work will be collected and checked randomly. Work must be shown for each test item. NO WORK!! NO CREDIT!! A number grade of 0 will be awarded for no work.

10 WEBSITES FOR ALGEBRA 2 On this website you will find the agenda and other related ALGEBRA 2 materials. ***I strongly recommend the usage of the website below:; I will be assigning practice examples for students to reinforce concepts covered in class. Students will be using the program to complete given activities that will reinforce given ANOTHER RELATED WEBSITES: WWW.BRIGHTSTORM.COMWWW.BRIGHTSTORM.COM Great site, can help with ALGEBRA 2. However, it will cost you a minimum of $10.00 per month to use this site. It will worth it.

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