McGraw-Hill Education Algebra II Review and Workbook 1 9781260128888 All the Math You Needs to Succeed in Algebra II This book will help you develop the math skills needed to succeed in the classroom and on standardized tests. The user-friendly pages are filled with easy-to-follow explanations of key algebra II concepts, followed by detailed examples that clearly demonstrate how to solve common problems. Hundreds of practice questions will help you master each concept, sharpen your problem-solving skills, and build confidence. Features include: • Topics aligned with national and state standards for algebra II courses • Content focused on helping you excel in the classroom and on standardized tests • Concise, clear explanations to easily grasp key concepts • Thorough examples that illustrate how to solve typical algebra II questions • More than 500 math problems that provide extensive opportunities to practice your new skills • Helpful appendixes covering matrices and probabilities Topics covered: • Linear Equations and Inequalities • Functions • Quadratic Relationships • Complex Numbers • Polynomial Functions • Rational and Irrational Functions • Exponential and Logarithmic Functions • Sequences and Series • Trigonometry • Descriptive Statistics • Inferential Statistics
McGraw-Hill Education Algebra II Review and Workbook

McGraw-Hill Education Algebra II Review and Workbook

1st Edition
By Christopher Monahan
ISBN10: 1260128881
ISBN13: 9781260128888
Copyright: 2019
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ISBN10: 1260128881 | ISBN13: 9781260128888



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Christopher Monahan