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# Investigating Algebra 2 Part 3 (Of 5)

In this part of Algebra 2 we will investigate exponential, logarithmic, and polynomial functions

Toni Redmiles (Bryant)

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### $375

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## Description

### Class Experience

In this part of Investigating Algebra two we will be focusing on furthering our knowledge of Exponential function as well as learn about logarithmic functions and polynomial functions. We will learn these skills with a combination of lecture, working on practice problems, inquire questions, and investigations. Students will have 3 days of live instruction per week but will be assigned enough work for them to practice the skills 5 days a week. Grading: During this class 2 quizzes and a...

Objectives Determine the multiplier for exponential growth and decay Write and evaluate exponential expressions to model growth and decay situations Classify an exponential function as representing exponential growth or exponential decay. Calculate the growth of investments under various conditions. Write equivalent forms for exponential and logarithmic equations. Use the definitions of exponential and logarithmic functions to solve equations. Simplify and evaluate expressions involving logarithms Solve equations involving logarithms Define and use the common logarithmic function to solve exponential and logarithmic equations. Evaluate logarithmic expressions by using the change-of-base formula. Evaluate natural exponential and natural logarithmic function Model exponential growth and decay processes. Solve logarithmic and exponential equations by using algebra and graphs Model and solve real-world problems involving exponential and logarithmic relationships Identify, evaluate, add, and subtract polynomials Classify polynomials, and describe the shapes of their graphs Identify and describe the important features of the graph of a polynomial function. Use a polynomial function to model real-world data Multiply polynomials and divide one polynomial by another by using long division and synthetic division Use the remainder and factor theorems to solve problems. Solve polynomial equations Find the real zeros of polynomial functions and state the multiplicity of each Use the rational root theorem and the complex conjugate root theorem to find the zeros of a polynomial function Use the fundamental theorem to write a polynomial function given sufficient information about its zeros

Students will be assigned 3-5 worksheets a week. It will be up to the student to grade homework(answer keys provided). The teacher will ask about any questions and do a warm up each day with problems from homework. Graded assignments will not have answer key and will be turned in for grading. Students will be expected to complete fill in notes for homework if they did not fill them in during class. Screenshots and recordings of lessons will be posted to help with this.

Materials A ruler (12 inches and 30 cm) Graph paper (Printable provided) Notebook Graphing calculator Workbooks (printable in classroom)

Letter grades with only be given to students who turn in all assessment assignments (3 per class). If a student takes all five parts of Algebra 2, and completes the assessment assignments in each part along with the subject final then an assessment of skills will be written and given at the completion of part 5. I will not except any assignment handed in more than 2 weeks past the end of class. All students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of each part.

2 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.