Algebra II

This course is designed for students who would benefit from a more comprehensive review of the topics covered in Algebra I, with more built-in class time to explore and practice topics. Algebra II builds upon fundamental algebraic concepts studied previously, including variables, expressions, equations, and graphs. Additional topics include the properties of real numbers and algebraic expressions; concepts of functions, linear equations, and inequalities; properties of exponents (including rational exponents); properties of radical expressions; polynomial arithmetic; quadratic equations; and complex numbers. Placement in Algebra II is by recommendation only. (Full year, 1 credit)