Algebra II

Prerequisite:  Satisfactory completion of Algebra I
Algebra II is an extension of Algebra I and includes, but is not limited to topics involving linear equalities and inequalities, quadratic equations, absolute value, systems of linear equations, graphs of equations and inequalities, transformations, sets of real numbers including rational and irrational numbers and the complex number systems, rational and real number exponents, radical expressions, and exponential functions.
Two and four year colleges expect students to have completed Algebra II in order to begin college level mathematics courses.  SAT I Math assesses skills consistent with concepts in Algebra II.


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