Introductory Algebra II
|Contributor||Portland Community College|
|Course||MTH 65, Introductory Algebra - Second Term. Introduces algebraic concepts and processes with a focus on linear equations and inequalities in one and two variables. Emphasizes applications, graphs, formulas, and proper mathematical notation throughout the course. A scientific calculator may be required. The TI-30X II is recommended.|
|Textbook||ORCCA (Open Resources for Community College Algebra) by Cary, Jordan, and Yao|
|Prerequisites||Intended for students who have passed the Introductory Algebra I course.|
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Upon completion of the course students will be able to:
- Convert between different polynomial forms using operations and factoring.
- Represent quadratic functions in various forms: symbolic, graphical, numerical, and verbal.
- Use variables to represent unknown quantities and create models using linear equations, quadratic equations, and systems of equations.
- Make predictions and interpret the results for models using linear equations, quadratic equations, and systems of equations.
- Recognize and differentiate between linear and quadratic patterns in ordered paired data, graphs, and equations.
- Interpret properties such as ordered pairs, and maximum and minimum values in a quadratic relationship.
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- Review Graphing Lines
- Solve System By Graphing
- Solve System By Substitution
- Solve System By Elimination
- System Equation Applications
- Exponent Review
- Add Subtract Polynomials
- Multiplying Polynomials
- Divide Polynomials
- Negative Exponents
- Scientific Notation
- Factor Out Common Factors
- Factor By Grouping
- Factor Trinomial When A Is 1
- Factor Trinomials When A Is Not 1
- Factor Special Polynomials
- Introduction To Square Root
- Simplify Square Roots
- Square Root Operations
- Rationalize Denominator
- Solve Quadratic Equation By Square Root Property
- Solve Quadratic Equation By Factoring
- Solve Quadratic Equation By Quadratic Formula
- Quadratic Equation Applications
- Moving Parabola Up Down
- Parabola Thinner Wider
- Parabola Shifting Left Right
- Parabola Movement Summary
- Parabola Axis And Vertex
- Parabola Intercepts
- Sketching Parabolas
- Maximum Minimum Applications
- Falling Object Applications
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