### Algebra 2 | Full Curriculum | Flexible (Self-Paced)

Nicole Marie
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Master Algebra 2 with this High School Math class! Learn Quadratic Equations, Logarithms, and Conic Sections in an interactive and engaging environment.

#### Class experience

###### US Grade 9 - 12
20 lessons//20 Weeks
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```The algebra 2 class is designed for learners who have a strong foundation in algebraic concepts and are ready to delve deeper into advanced topics. Throughout the course, learners will be introduced to complex algebraic concepts such as logarithmic, exponential, and polynomial functions.

The curriculum will cover a wide range of topics, including solving quadratic equations, graphing trigonometric functions, and solving logarithmic and exponential equations. Additionally, learners will develop critical thinking skills as they analyze real-world problems and apply advanced algebraic concepts to solve them.

The class will be taught through a combination of lectures, group discussions, and hands-on activities. Learners will have opportunities to work collaboratively with their peers and receive individualized support from the instructor.

By the end of the course, learners will have a deep understanding of advanced algebraic concepts and be prepared for college-level math courses. They will also have developed problem-solving skills that can be applied in a variety of academic and professional settings.```
`For over three years, I have been involved in teaching mathematics and providing tutoring services. As a mathematics teacher, I have a deep understanding of various mathematical concepts and their applications. I specialize in algebra, geometry, calculus, and have a strong ability to explain complex mathematical theories in easy-to-understand  terms. I have experience utilizing different teaching methods to cater to students of varying skills and learning styles. Additionally, I am proficient in using various software and tools to enhance the learning experience such as graphing calculus and online educational resources. I am passionate about mathematics and committed to helping my students achieve their academic goals. `
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`Notebook, Paper, and a scientific calculator.`
`In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:Khan AcademyYoutube`
```.css-47miec{margin-top:0rem;}In addition, this course utilizes Khan Academy, an online learning website that is available at no cost. However, all communication and interaction will be conducted exclusively through the Outschool platform.
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