
This year's Algebra II Holt textbook explores various functions such as quadratic, polynomial, exponential, rational, radical, and trigonometric functions; its prerequisite courses are Algebra 1 and Geometry. The online textbook virtually displays book pages and student resources, such as videos and activities, worksheets, and diagnostic tests. Each chapter offers student practice, internet resources, and lesson resources. You must have a username and password ready for login to access the online textbook. Click on the link below to access your online textbook now!In addition, Khan Academy is an online site that provides free video tutorials on various Algebra II contents, interactive web assessments and practices, and online lessons that are aligned to the Common Core Curriculum Standards. Check out our Khan Academy archive below by visiting our Khan Academy Link Library.Don't forget to visit the parent portal and math faculty webpages to keep up with daily activities.Every summer, we advise that you continue to master basic math vocabulary and arithmetic skills by completing our Summer Bridges. Click on the link below to download and complete the Summer Bridges. Hand it in on the first days of school, and you are all ready to begin the year in the right path!Thank you for visiting! We hope to hear from you soon!
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Chapter 1: Foundations for Functions
Chapter 1 covers mostly transformation of functions such as vertical and horizontal shift, reflections, and vertical and horizontal stretch and shrink. Sal Khan visits few basic foundations for functions such as domain and range, graphing functions, recognizing functions and relations, composing functions (Chapter 6), modeling with functions, piecewise functions (Chapter 6), transformation of functions, comparing and interpreting functions (Chapter 6). 
Chapter 2: Quadratic Functions
Quadratic functions are reintroduced in Algebra 2. Here are some videos from Khan Academy, Algebra 1 track. The same concepts are reintroduced such as solving a quadratic by taking the square root, factoring, completing the square, and quadratic formula. It also covers quadratic inequalities, and graphing. 
Chapter 2: Quadratic Functions (Extended)
This section of Khan Academy shows examples of the uses of imaginary and complex numbers, which is a segment in completing the square, quadratic formula, and later on the Complex Conjugate Root Theorem and Fundamental Theorem of Algebra introduced in Chapter 3. 
Chapter 3: Polynomial Functions
This section of Khan Academy is split in two parts: Polynomial and Rational Functions, both of which have major differences. Check out rational functions in Chapter 5 in Algebra II: Holt textbook. You may find the following sections helpful: Factoring, Adding and Multiplying Polynomials, Dividing Polynomials, Synthetic Division, Factoring and roots of higher degree polynomials, polynomial graphs and end behavior, binomial theorem (also covered in Chapter 8) 
Chapter 4: Exponential Functions
Sal Khan offers free tutorial in exponential functions including growth/decay word problems, logarithmic functions, graphing both exponential and logarithm as inverses of each other, solving logarithmic equations, and compound interest problems using the natural base e. 
Chapter 4: Exponential Function (Extended)
This is an extension to logarithmic functions. It covers logarithm basics, properties, natural logarithms, and logarithmic scale and patterns. 
Chapter 5: Rational and Radical Functions
This section of Khan Academy has rational functions as well. Check out the following: simplifying rational expressions, asymptotes and graphing rational functions, 
Chapter 5: Rational and Radical Functions (Radical functions only)
This section explores radical functions, which is in the later part in Chapter 5 of Algebra 2 Holt textbook. It was also introduced in Algebra 1. It explores fractional exponents, simplifying radical expressions, and solving radical equations. 
Chapter 6: Properties and Attributes of Functions
Although this chapter was introduced earlier (Chapter 1), Sal Khan goes in depth with properties and attributes of functions. In Chapter 1, you learned about transformation of functions, parent functions, domain and range, and function notation. This section teaches you how to represent each function you have learned thus far (linear, quadratic, exponential, polynomial, rational , and radical). This section also covers piecewise functions and composition of functions. 
Chapter 9: Sequences and Series
This section, Sal Khan offers many video tutorial on explicit and recursive definitions of sequences, arithmetic sequences, finding the nth term of a sequences, equations of sequence patterns, series as sum of a sequence, and geometric sequences. 
Chapter 10: Trigonometric Functions
This section of Khan Academy introduces basic trigonometry lessons and practices. It covers trigonometric ratios and similarity, trig ratio application problems, and reciprocal trig functions (secant, cosecant, and cotangent) 
Chapter 10: Trigonometric Functions (Extended)
This section includes the lesson of Law of Cosines and Law of Sines. These videos and practices will help build your understanding on how to use these formulas to solve a triangle. 
Chapter 10: Trigonometric Functions (Unit Circle)
This section explores the Unit Circle part of Chapter 10. It introduces the radian measurement and conversion from degree to radian. It shows examples of trig problems on the unit circle, trig functions of special angles, and inverse trig functions. 
Chapter 11: Trigonometric Graphs
This section covers the graphs of sine, cosine, and tangent functions. It covers basic trig graph vocabulary such as period, amplitude, maximum, minimum, xintercepts, and cycle. 
Chapter 11: Trigonometric Identities
Sal Khan covers much of trigonometric identities and examples. It covers the Pythagorean Identity, AngleAddition formulas, angle addition formula proofs, trig identities,