Integrated Math 2

Algebra Explained Step-by-Step with Audio

Online Calculator Included!

Interactive Practice for Immediate Feedback

Colorful Lessons Sustain Interest

Graphing Tools for Equations

Math Processor for Online Worksheets

Trigonometry Instruction Step-by-Step

Thinking Pads for Storing Math Work

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Integrated Math II


Integrated Math is a math series running parallel to the traditional High School curriculum with its progression from Algebra I, Geometry, to Algebra II.

Integrated Math 2 presents a comprehensive collection of mathematical concepts designed to give students a deeper understanding of the world. It includes ideas from algebra, geometry, probability and statistics, and trigonometry, and teaches them as interrelated disciplines.

Semester A:

  • Simplify expressions with rational exponents and radicals.
  • Perform addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division with monomial, binomial, and other
  • polynomial expressions.
  • Rewrite formulas to solve problems with variables.
  • Factorize polynomial expressions.
  • Solve quadratic equations using a variety of techniques.
  • Use quadratic equations to solve word problems.
  • Solve inequalities.
  • Plot complex numbers in the complex number plane.
  • Perform operations with complex numbers.
  • Solve quadratic equations with complex solutions.
  • Analyze polynomial functions.
  • Calculate and interpret the rate of change for functions.

Semester B:

  • Solve systems of linear-quadratic equations algebraically and graphically.
  • Investigate attributes of the graph of a parabola.
  • Graph piecewise and absolute value functions.
  • Relate domain to a function based on the given context.
  • Find and analyze the inverse of a function.
  • Write proofs for various theorems and apply them in geometric relationships.
  • Prove similarity and congruence in two geometric figures.
  • Use trigonometric ratios and identities to solve problems involving right triangles.
  • Write and apply volume formulas.
  • Derive the equations of circles and parabolas.
  • Divide a line segment in a given ratio.
  • Describe relationships among inscribed angles, radii, and chords within a circle.
  • Make constructions related to circles.
  • Relate length of the arc intercepted by an angle to the radius of the circle.
  • Derive the formula for the area of a sector.
  • Apply the Addition and Multiplication Rules for probability.
  • Distinguish between dependent events and independent events.
  • Use counting techniques to compute probabilities for various permutations and
  • combinations of events and to make fair decisions.
  • Use a two-way frequency table and find conditional probability of events in a sample space.
  • Interpret conditional probability of events.

Prerequisite: Algebra 1 or Integrated Math 1.