# High School Algebra II Curriculum

**The Time4Learning Algebra II curriculum** is one of five math courses offered at the high school level. Students can expect to see various concepts being covered including functions, equations, probability, statistics, matrices, and more.

Algebra II is taught using a combination of multimedia lessons, instructional videos, worksheets, quizzes, tests and both online and offline projects.

Members often use this page as a resource for more detailed planning, as a guide to help select activities using the activity finder, or to compare our curriculum with state standards and homeschooling laws.

**Algebra II Course Overview**

Time4Learning’s Algebra II course is organized into 13 chapters that introduce and cover:

**Chapter 1 – Functions**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover the basics of functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of notation and computations with functions and functions and equations.

**Chapter 2 – Linear Functions**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover linear functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of solving linear equations and inequalities, linear functions and piecewise linear functions.

**Chapter 3 – Functions II**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover the second part of functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of parent functions and transformations, and composition and inverse functions.

**Chapter 4 – Quadratic Functions **

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover quadratic functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of complex numbers, solving quadratic equations and inequalities and graphing quadratic functions.

**Chapter 5 – Polynomial Functions**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover polynomial functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of adding and subtracting polynomials, multiplying polynomials, dividing polynomials and polynomial functions.

**Chapter 6 – Rational Functions**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover rational functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of rational expressions, rational equations and inequalities and rational functions.

**Chapter 7 – Radical Functions**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover radical functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of radical expressions and radical equations and inequalities.

**Chapter 8 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover exponential and logarithmic functions. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of exponential and logarithmic functions and exponential and logarithmic equations and inequalities.

**Chapter 9 – Probability and Statistics**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover the systems of equality and inequality. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of solving systems of equations and solving systems of inequalities.

**Chapter 10 – Systems of Equality and Inequality**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover the systems of equality and inequality. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of solving systems of equations and solving systems of inequalities.

**Chapter 11 – Matrices**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover matrices. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of operations with matrices and solving systems of equations using matrices.

**Chapter 12 – Conic Sections**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover conic sections. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concept of parabolas, circles, ellipses, and hyperbolas.

**Chapter 13 – Sequences and Series**

The materials in this chapter introduce and cover sequences and series. It is organized into sections that teach, reinforce and test students on the concepts of sequences and series.

In high school Algebra II, students are introduced to probability and statistics.

In this lesson, students use measures of central tendency and variation to describe data sets.

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