This text utilizes the incremental approach to teach (through 129 lessons) traditional second-year algebra topics, as well as a full semester of informal geometry with real-world, abstract, and interdisciplinary applications. Topics covered include: geometric functions like angles, perimeters, and proportional segments; negative exponents; quadratic equations; metric conversions; logarithms; and advanced factoring.
Prerequisites: "B" or better in Saxon Algebra 1 or "B" or better in both another algebra 1 course and geometry
|Subject: Algebra 2|
|Suggested Grade: 10th - 11th|
|Author: John H. Saxon, Jr.|
|Copyright: (3rd edition)|