ALGEBRA 2, 2 nd or 3 rd Edition DVD SERIES
Introduction: Prerequisites for the Course – How To Use The Math Book - Expectations of Students.
Review A: Review of – The Language of Geometry – Use of the Absolute Value – Algebraic Definitions.
Review B: Review of Area and Volume.
Lesson 1: Introduction of Transversals of Parallel Lines & Proportional Segments, and Review of Polygons &Triangles,
Lesson 2: Working with Positive & Negative Exponents – Using the Product & Power Rules with Exponents - Circles
Lesson 3: Adding Like Terms - Evaluating Algebraic Expressions.
Lesson 4: Using the Distributive Property – Solving Equations having only One Unknown.
Lesson 5: Solving Word Problems Using Equations – Finding Fractional Parts of Quantities.
Lesson 6: Solving Equations Containing Decimals - and Solving Word Problems involving Consecutive Integers
Lesson 7: Solving Word Problems involving Percents – Geometric Equations containing Algebraic Terms.
Lesson 8: Review of Polynomials – Graphing Linear Equations Using the “Slope-Intercept Method.”
Lesson 9: More Challenging Percent Word Problems.
Lesson 10: Application of the Pythagorean Theorem.
Lesson 11: Adding Algebraic Fractions – Defining a Central Angle & Inscribed Angles.
Lesson 12: Using Graphs to Determine the Equation of Straight Lines.
Lesson 13: Using Substitution to Solve Equations with Two Unknown Variables (Part I) – Finding the Area of an Isosceles Triangle.
Lesson 14: Finding the Equation of a Line Using Two Points or With a Given Slope.
Lesson 15: Using Elimination to Solve Equations with Two Unknown Variables.
Lesson 16: Multiplying Polynomials – Dividing Polynomials (Part I).
Lesson 17: Working with Subscripted Variables – The Algebraic Relationship of Angles
Lesson 18: Working with Ratio & Proportion Word Problems – Solving Similar Triangles (Part I).
Lesson 19: Word Problems Involving Money or Value – Geometric Relationships.
Lesson 20: Simplifying Radicals – Equations of Parallel Lines.
Lesson 21: Scientific Notation – Using Statements of Equality with Ratios and Proportions.
Lesson 22: Solving Uniform Motion Word Problems involving Equal Distances (Part I) – Solving Similar Triangles (Part II).
Lesson 23: Solving Two Equations with Two Unknowns by Graphing the Lines.
Lesson 24: Working With Equations Containing Fractions – Overlapping Triangles Part I (Another Form of Similar Triangles).
Lesson 25: Introduction to Algebraic Factoring – Relationships of Angles and Sides Formed by Parallel Lines
Lesson 26: Introduction to Trinomial Factoring – Overlapping Triangles Part II
Lesson 27: Using a Common Denominator in Trinomial Factoring.
Lesson 28: Simplifying Abstract, Complex Fractions (Part I) – Working With Radicals in the Denominator.
Lesson 29: Uniform Motion Problems involving Total Distance (Part II)
Lesson 30: Euclid's “Deductive Reasoning” – Working with Vertical Angles – Angles Formed by Parallel Lines & Transversals.
Lesson 31: Application of Negative Reciprocals – Slopes of Perpendicular Lines – Defining Remoter Interior Angles
Lesson 32: Application of the “Quotient Theorem” to Radicals – Applying Congruency to Triangles – Transformations.
Lesson 33: Simplifying More Advanced Abstract, Complex Fractions (Part II).
Lesson 34: Solving Uniform Motion Problems involving Unequal Distances (Part III).
Lesson 35: Defining Angles in Polygons – What Are Inscribed Quadrilaterals? – Introduction to Fractional Exponents (Part I).
Lesson 36: Multiplication and Division of Rational Expressions (Factoring and Simplifying).
Lesson 37: Word Problems Involving the Ratios of Chemical Compounds – Relationship of Angles & Sides in Parallelograms.
Lesson 38: Using the Power Rule with Exponents in Algebraic Terms – Factoring and Finding the Roots of Trinomials – Zero?
Lesson 39: The Difference of Two Squares – Proof of the Parallelogram – The Relationship of Sides and Angles of a Rhombus
Lesson 40: More Abstract, Fractional Equations (Part III).
Lesson 41: Working with U.S. standard Units of Measurement and Converting Them using Unit Multipliers.
Lesson 42: Using Scientific Notation to Estimate Very Large and Very Small Numbers.
Lesson 43: Introduction to Basic Trigonometry. (Using the Sine, Cosine, and Tangent)
Lesson 44: Working with and Solving Right Triangles.
Lesson 45: Review of Factoring the “Difference of Two Squares.”
Lesson 46: Working with radical Expressions (Part II) – “Nested” Radicals and Fractional Exponents (Part II).
Lesson 47: Unit Conversions Involving Rates – “Nested” Radicals and Fractional Exponents (Part III)
Lesson 48: Solving More Advanced Equations Involving Radical Expressions.
Lesson 49: Finding the “Y-Intercept” in Linear Equations – Transversals and Trigonometry.
Lesson 50: Solving Quadratic Equations by “Completing the Square.”
Lesson 51: Working with the Set of Complex Numbers – Imaginary Numbers – Euler's Notation.
Lesson 52: Word Problems Involving Chemical Mixtures (Part I).
Lesson 53: Using Unit Multipliers to Convert Metric Units to US and US to Metric - Chemical Compounds (Part II).
Lesson 54: Vectors - Converting Polar Coordinates to Rectangular Coordinates – Solving Similar Triangles (Part (III)
Lesson 55: More Advanced Abstract Equations – Solving Word Problems Involving Quadratic Equations.
Lesson 56: The Relationship of Sides and Angles to Circles.
Lesson 57: Word Problems Involving the “Combined” or “Ideal” Gas Laws (Part I).
Lesson 58: Working with “Lead” Coefficients” in Completing the Square.
Lesson 59: Graphing Experimental Data (Part I) – Equations with Decimals & Fractions – Converting Rectangular to Polar Form.
Lesson 60: Working with both Direct and Inverse Ratios and Proportions.
Lesson 61: Word Problems Involving Chemical Mixtures (Part II).
Lesson 62: Finding the Complex Roots of Quadratic Equations (a +/- bi).
Lesson 63: Adding Vectors.
Lesson 64: More Advanced Abstract Complex Fractions (Part III)
Lesson 65: Solving Equations with Subscripted Variables using Substitution (Part II).
Lesson 66: Changing the Signs of Fractions – Working with 30-60-90 degree Triangles.
Lesson 67: Solving fractions that have Multiple Radical Denominators
Lesson 68: Scientific Notation – Expressing Powers and Roots on a Scientific Calculator (Casio fx360 solar - $9.99).
Lesson 69: Word Problems Involving the “Combined” or “Ideal” Gas Laws (Part II).
Lesson 70: More Advanced Abstract Complex Equations (Part IV).
Lesson 71: Factoring Trinomials using the Quadratic Formula.
Lesson 72: Graphing Experimental Data (Part II) – Defining Negative Angles.
Lesson 73: Multiple Radical Denominators (Part II)
Lesson 74: More Word Problems Involving Distance (Part IV)
Lesson 75: Factoring Trinomials while Applying the Rules for changing the “Signs of Fractions.”
Lesson 76: Solving three Equations with Three Unknown Variables – Defining a Negative Vector.
Lesson 77: More Advanced Radical Equations (Part III) – Solving Equations with Multiple Radicals.
Lesson 78: Using Trigonometry to calculate resulting “Force Vectors.”
Lesson 79: Calculating Metric Volume – Working with 45-45-90 degree Triangles.
Lesson 80: Working with Direct and Inverse Variation in Ratios and Proportion (Part II)
Lesson 81: Multiplying and Dividing with Complex Numbers.
Lesson 82: Simplifying Abstract, Complex fractions (Part IV).
Lesson 83: Rules for Working with Exponents that Are Variables.
Lesson 84: Defining the Three Possible Solutions for Equations
Lesson 85: Solving for the variables in Systems of “Non-Linear” Equations (Part I).
Lesson 86: Defining “Trichotomy” & “Transitivity” – Irrational Roots (Part I)
Lesson 87: Definition and Application of the “Slope” formula in Linear Equations.
Lesson 88: Application of the “Distance” Formula – Problems Dealing with the Ideal Gas Law (Part III)
Lesson 89: Mathematical “Conjunctions” and “Disjunctions” - The Relationship of Products of “Chords” and “Secants” in Circles.
Lesson 90: Solving systems of Three Equations containing Three Unknown Variables (Part I).
Lesson 91: Solving systems of Linear “Inequalities”
Lesson 92: Solving Word Problems involving Going both against & with River Currents (Part I)
Lesson 93: Using the “Discriminant” from the Quadratic Equation.
Lesson 94: Defining “Functions”, Functional Notation”, and “Dependant” and “Independent” Variables -
Lesson 95: Solving More Advanced Systems of Non-Linear Equations (Part II)
Lesson 96: Equations using Joint, Inverse, Direct and Indirect variations of relationship (Part II) –Irrational Roots (Part II)
Lesson 97: Using Substitution in Solving Systems of Two Equations with Two Unknowns (Part III).
Lesson 98: Finding Fractional Distances between Numbers.
Lesson 99: Applying “Conjunctions and “Disjunctions” to Absolute Values – Absolute Values less than Zero – Definition of “Null.”
Lesson 100: Graphing non-linear functions called “Parabolas.”
Lesson 101: Defining “Selling Price, Purchase Price” and “Mark-Up.”
Lesson 102: Working with “Functional Notation” - Finding the “Sums” and “Products” of Functions.
Lesson 103: Dividing Polynomials (Part II)
Lesson 104: Reviewing the set of Complex Numbers - The subset of Real Numbers – Working with Repeating Decimal Digits.
Lesson 105: Advanced Factoring of Trinomials.
Lesson 106: More on Solving Systems of Three Equations with Three Unknowns (Part II)
Lesson 107: Word Problems Involving the Place Values of Numbers.
Lesson 108: Factoring the Sum and Difference of Two Cubes.
Lesson 109: More on Working with Exponents Containing Fractions (Part IV).
Lesson 110: Graphing Quadratic Inequalities (Part I)
Lesson 111: Word Problems Containing Statements of Equality.
Lesson 112: Graphing Quadratic Inequalities (Part II)
Lesson 113: Logarithms (Part I)
Lesson 114: Graphing Non-Linear Inequalities.
Lesson 115: Solving Exponential Functions – Working with Compound Interest.
Lesson 116: Probability and Permutations.
Lesson 117: Using Symbols for Sets of Numbers in Describing Functions.
Lesson 118: Logarithms (Part II)
Lesson 119: Inequalities Involving Absolute Values.
Lesson 120: Word Problems Comparing Time Differences.
Lesson 121: Graphing Rational Inequalities.
Lesson 122: Logarithms (Part III) – Symbols for the Union & Intersection of Number Sets – Venn Diagrams
Lesson 123: Location of Points from both a Given Line and a Given Point – Basic Construction using Straight Edge and Compass.
Lesson 124: Proofs of Triangles using SSS, AAS, SAS, and HL – (Part I)
Lesson 125: Two Column “Formal Proofs” (Part I) – Relationships between Chords, Tangents, and Circles.
Lesson 126: Revisiting Quadrilaterals - Relationship between Chords, Angles and Circles – Two Column Proofs (Part II).
Lesson 127: Visualizing “Solid” Geometry – Two Column Proofs (Part III)
Lesson 128: Circumscribed, Inscribed, and Central Angles and Triangles
Lesson 129: Revisiting Stem & Leaf Plots – Standard Deviation.
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