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### High School Algebra 2 (24 Weeks) | Math | Full Course | Live Class

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

###### Beginner - Intermediate Level
24 lessons//24 Weeks
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```The learning goals for Algebra 2 may include:

1. Mastery of algebraic concepts: Students should be able to apply key algebraic concepts related to polynomials, functions, and equations to solve complex problems.

2. Understanding of functions: Students should comprehend the concepts of domain, range, and inverse functions and be able to apply them to real-world situations.

3. Proficiency in graphing: Students should be able to plot and interpret graphs of functions and identify key characteristics such as maximums, minimums, and asymptotes.

4. Competence in solving equations: Students should be able to solve equations involving multiple variables and use techniques such as factoring, completing the square, and quadratic formula.```
`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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`Algebra 2 requires completion of Algebra 1 and Geometry courses, with proficiency in equations, graphs, and geometric concepts. Strong arithmetic, graphing, and problem-solving skills are essential.`
`You will need a functional microphone, camera, scientific calculator, as well as a pencil or pen and paper for our class! :)`
`In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:Khan AcademyGoogle ClassroomYoutube`
`.css-47miec{margin-top:0rem;}This class utilizes Khan Academy and Google Classroom, which are free websites that offer videos and supplementary materials for learners. All communication between the teacher and students is solely conducted through the Outschool platform, and communication on other platforms is disabled. Additional resources, such as YouTube videos, may also be provided to learners as needed.`
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#### \$500

for 24 classes
1x per week, 24 weeks
50 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 13-18
2-9 learners per class

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