What is Algebra 2?
Algebra is the section of mathematics in which letters and symbols can be used to represent certain values/numbers in equations and formulae. Algebra 2 builds off the core principles taught in Algebra 1 and Basic Algebra, exploring complex numbers, functions, inequalities, linear equations, and more. In certain schools, Algebra 2 is often referred to as “Intermediate Algebra” but the two are essentially the same thing.
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Is Algebra 2 Hard?
Initially, learning algebra 2 can be a daunting prospect, but once you have a firm grasp on the fundamentals, understanding algebra 2 can be made a lot easier and that’s where StudyPug comes in!
Through an extensive collection of relevant and up-to-date algebra 2 tutorial content, we’re able to deliver an easy to interpret set of step-by-step examples, providing you with a better understanding of the core principles and advanced elements of algebra. With 1000s of lessons to observe and relevant algebra exam prep materials that cover topics found in popular algebra textbooks, StudyPug is able to offer an exceptional collection of revision content.
Our online content will cover everything you can expect to be taught in the classroom as well as the content in textbooks not covered by your teachers. To further help you tackle algebra 2, our resources are accessible whenever you require them, working alongside your schedule and providing 24/7 help and guidance to better help you revise and prepare for upcoming exams.
What Comes After Algebra 2?
Upon successfully completing a course in Algebra 2 (usually taken alongside Trigonometry), most students are then adequately prepared to take on a course in Precalculus. Study Pug provides in-depth revision aides and videos for both trigonometry and Precalculus so that you can efficiently transition from course to course with ease.
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What Grade is Algebra 2?
Algebra 2 or “intermediate algebra” is usually taught to students in 11th grade. With that being said, you don’t need to be in 11th grade to benefit from our content. StudyPug caters to all learners regardless of their entry-point. Whether you’re in 11th grade and need help with algebra 2 tests, or returning to education and need a brief refresher, StudyPug has the revision resources for you.
If you’re currently studying algebra 1 or “basic algebra”, consider using our online revision resources as they will not only assist you in your upcoming exams but they are also structured to help you seamlessly transition into our algebra 2 content.
Not just in school, you’d be surprised how often we actually use algebra in our daily life.
What Do You Learn in Algebra 2?
Throughout algebra 2, you’ll learn how to identify functions, solve absolute value equations, determine the number of solutions to linear equations, explore systems of inequalities, complex numbers, multiplying radicals and much more.
To help you better understand these various topics and to best prepare you for your upcoming exams, our revision materials have been designed to accurately reflect the up-to-date content found in the following popular algebra textbooks:
Algebra with Pizzazz
Holt McDougal Algebra 2
Glencoe Algebra 2
Prentice Hall Algebra 2
McDougal Littell Algebra 2
Big Ideas Math Algebra 2
If you’ve struggled to digest the language within these books, our team of mathematics tutors have broken down the key talking points of these textbooks and have expertly delivered them in an easy to understand format that you can pause, fast-forward, and rewind. By offering you an unprecedented level of video content to review, we’re able to provide you with relevant study content that you’re able to tackle at your own pace, delivering an easy practice solution that can dramatically improve your exam success rate.
As an introduction to our platform and to truly experience the benefits of our resources, consider sampling a few of our free lessons in the following areas of Algebra 2:
Introduction to Linear Equations
Domain and Range of a Function
Slope Intercept Form: Y=MX + B
Determining Number of Solutions to Linear Equations
Money Related Questions in Linear Equations
Introduction to Imaginary Numbers
Complex Numbers and Complex Planes
What is Rational Function?
Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions