Algebra II Chapter Resources
- Relations and Functions Flipped 9/14
Read over the description of relations and functions, then complete the practice items at the bottom of the page to check your understanding. Create a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast the two terms. BRING YOUR VENN DIAGRAM TO CLASS.
- Point Slope form Flipped 9/21
Take notes on the example problem- be prepared to solve one in class and explain how this is related to slope-intercept form.
- Actuary Background 9/27
In order to understand our scatter plot activity, you need to understand what an actuary is and how they work. Check out this amazing career and take note!
An actuary is a statistical expert who determines the financial impact of randomly occurring events like earthquakes, injuries from an accident, even death. Actuaries work primarily in the insurance industry and for state and federal government agencies. Actuaries use math and statistics to determine the probability of major events in a geographic area (like an earthquake in central California). They also use additional information, like the expected magnitude of an earthquake, to help an insurance company set premium rates. A premium is the amount paid by a customer, usually annually, for a given amount of insurance coverage.
- BONUS Info- the reichter scale 9/27
- Scatter Plot Activity 9/27
Complete the 3 Home Connection Activities and earn bonus points :)
- Standard form of a Line
A 2-minute video on changing the equation of a line into standard form.
- Graph a line from Standard Form
Another 2 minutes- review in order to graph a line from the standard form.
- Graphing Inequalities (Khan)
Khan shows 2 examples of graphing an inequality with a different explanation of how to find your shading.
- Graphing Inequalities (Brightstorm)
Review any of the problems to see how to graph a linear inequality.
- Khan Academy- 3 forms of a line
Watch this video for a review of the 3 equations of a line.
- Khan Academy- Standard form of a line
Watch this short video for a look at writing equations in standard form and finding your x and y intercepts.
- Khan Academy
Watch this short video for a review of finding slope and then writing an equation in slope-intercept form (y = mx + b).
- Chapter 2 Review (Chapter 2 Review.tst.pdf)
Print and complete the review sheet- you will earn extra credit if it is turned in at the beginning of class on September 22.