Composition and Inverse of Functions. Scientific Notation and Significant Digits. Students will be able to apply technology to real world problem solving situations and extra credit problems. The Natural Logarithm Function. Theorems about Order and Absolute Value. The Geometry of Quadratic Systems. Values of Trigonometric Functions.

Logic and reasoning skills required for problem solving. Decision making skills while writing problem solving. Sums of Arithmetic Geometric Series. Trigonometric Functions of Acute Angles. Absolute Value in Open Sentences. Open Sentences in Two Variables. Accountability for personal actions in the homework assignments and tests.

Solving Absolute Value Sentences Graphically. Solving Inequalities in One Variable.

Graphs of the Other Functions. Composition and Inverse of Functions.

The Law of Cosines. Students follow State Ed. Honesty and Trustworthiness while working on homework and tests. Using Laws of Exponents. Accountability for personal actions in the homework assignments and tests.

Sums and Differences of Rational Expressions. Angles and Degree Measure.

Theorems about Order and Absolute Value. Expansion of Determinants by Minors. The Imaginary Number i. Students will Word Process some extra credit problems.

# Algebra 2 ESLR’s and Topic Outline

Addition and Scalar Multiplication. Written communication on home work and tests. Zero and Negative Exponents. Basic Properties of Lwsson Numbers. Decision making skills while writing problem solving. Exponential Growth and Decay. Direct Variation and Proportion. Acceptable ethical and behavioral standards while doing homework and taking tests.

## CHEAT SHEET

Problem Solving Using Inequalities. The Natural Logarithm Function. Graphs of Linear Equations in Two Variables. Systems of Linear Equations in Two Variables.

Problem Solving Using Polynomial Equations. Systems of Linear Equations in Three Variables. The General Binomial Expansion.

Linear Inequalities in Two Variables. Creativity and formulating ideas required for problem solving. Some Students may write a computer program or spreadsheet to solve problems.

Finding an Equation of a Line. More on Central Conics.