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over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries
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Investigating Algebra Two (Part 1 of 5) In this part of Investigating Algebra two we will be focusing on furthering our knowledge of Quadratics, Complex numbers, and polynomials. We will learn these skills with a combination of lecture, working on practice problems, inquire questions, and investigations. All five parts of Investigating Algebra two make a full curriculum. For more information about what will be taught in each part please email me. Students will have 3 days of live instruction...
This class is taught in English.
Represent complex numbers in a variety of ways. • Extend the number system to include complex numbers in a + bi form. • Identify the use for the square root of a negative number and define the imaginary unit. • Simplify square roots, including those containing negative radicands. • Simplify problems using mathematical operations. • Add, subtract, multiply, and divide complex numbers. • Raise the imaginary unit to a power. • Simplify radical expressions of any index. • Evaluate, solve, and analyze mathematical situations using algebraic properties and symbols. • Solve quadratic equations by factoring and the quadratic formula. • Solve radical equations, including those with extraneous solutions. • Write a quadratic equation when given the rational roots or zeros of the function. • Represent quantitative relationships using mathematical models and symbols. • Solve real world problems using the methods for solving quadratic equations. • Find the vertex, maximum or minimum values, intercepts, and axis of symmetry of a quadratic function. • Apply the steps of factoring. • Factor a quadratic trinomial with a leading coefficient. • Factor using multiple steps. • Specify locations and describe spatial relationships using coordinate geometry. • Graph quadratic functions. • Simplify problems using mathematical operations. • Simplify numerical expressions with exponents of any degree. • Add, subtract, and multiply polynomial expressions with any number of terms. • Divide polynomial expressions using synthetic division. • Evaluate, solve, and analyze mathematical situations using algebraic properties and symbols. • Solve polynomial equations by factoring. • Recognize that negative exponents mean reciprocals. • Use synthetic substitution to evaluate polynomial functions. • Apply the steps of factoring. • Factor a quadratic trinomial with a leading coefficient. • Factor by grouping. • Factor using multiple steps. • Factor polynomials of 3rd, 4th, or 5th degree. • Specify locations and describe spatial relationships using coordinate geometry. • Graph polynomial functions. • Simplify problems using mathematical operations. • Finding the zeros of a polynomial function.
3-4 worksheet per week. Assessments will be available for those who hand in the following assignments -Quiz one -Project one -Quiz 2/ Project two (students choice) -Quiz 3 (Cumulative)
Materials A ruler (12 inches and 30 cm) Graph paper (Printable provided) Notebook Graphing calculator Workbooks (printable in classroom)
After each part all students will be given a letter of completion. Those students who turn in graded materials will get a letter grade at the end of that part. Those students who complete the graded material in all five parts with get a written assessment of skills.
2 hours 45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Toni Redmiles (Bryant)
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
331 total reviews
408 completed classes
From August of 2014 till June 2018 I worked as an adjunct math instructor and the program coordinator of the learning lab at Southern WV Community and Technical College. As the program coordinator of the learning labs I saw a lot of student who...