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## Algebra II Lesson Notes

These notes follow the Prentice Hall Algebra II Texas Edition Textbook. Roundrock ISD adopted new math textbooks to be used starting with the 2015 school year.

I have kept these notes available for parents and students alike as basic algebraic fundamentals do not change.

FALL SEMESTER

Lesson 1 Parent Functions

Class Notes

Parent Functions Worksheet

Lesson 2 Domain and Range

Domain and Range Worksheet

Lesson 3 Function Transformations

Function Transformations Worksheet

Lesson 4 Function Notation and Function Representations

Function Notation and Representations Worksheet

Lesson 5 Inverse Functions

Inverse Functions Worksheet

Test Review (fall 2014)

Review Answers (fall 2014)

Test Review (fall 2013)

Review Answers (fall 2013)

Chapter 1 Tools of Algebra

Lesson 1 Part 1 Properties of Real Numbers

Lesson 1 Part 2

Lesson 2 Algebraic Expressions

Lesson 3 Solving Equations

Lesson 4 Solving Inequalities

Lesson 5 Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities

Lesson 6 Probability

Chapter 1 Rev . (fall 2013)

Chapter 2 Functions, Equations And Graphs

Lesson 1 Relations and Functions

Lesson 2 Linear equations

Lesson 3 Direct Variation

Lesson 4 Using Linear Models

Lesson 5 Absolute Value Functions and Graphs

Lesson 2.5 Absolute Value Equations and Functions 2014

Worksheet to accompany part 1

Lesson 2.5 Absolute Value Transformations 2014

2014 Absolute Value Test Review

2014 A Review Solutions

Lesson 6 Families of Functions

Lesson 7 Two-Variable Inequalities

Class Notes Linear Inequalities

Class Notes Absolute Value Inequalities (Combined w/ 2.6)

2013 Absolute Value Test Review

2013 Absolute Value Review Solutions

Chapter 2 Rev. (review from a previous year)

Review Solutions

Using Stat Plot

Absolute Value Translations

Chapter 3 Linear Systems

Lesson 1 Graphing Systems of Equations

Lesson 2 Solving Systems Algebraically

Lesson 3 Systems of Inequalities

Lesson 4 Linear Programming

Worksheet Assignment

Lesson 6 Systems with Three Variables

Chapter2&3 Review

Linear systems Review - 2.2, 2.7 and Chapter 3

Linear Systems Review - covering sections from Chapters 2 and 3

Chapter 3 Rev. (review from a previous Year)

Chapter 3 Rev. Extras

Chapter 4 Matrices

Lesson 1 Organizing Data into Matrices (2013 notes)

Lesson 2 Adding and Subtracting Matrices

Lesson 3 Matrix Multiplication

4.2 and 4.3 Class Notes

Lesson 5 2x2 Matrices, Determinants and Inverses

4.5 Class Notes

Solving Systems of 3 Equations :

by hand and with Gaussian Elimination

Homework Worksheet

Lesson 4.6 3x3 Matrices, Determinants and Inverses

and calculator methods to solve matrices

Class Notes - 3x3 Matrices, Determinants and Inverses

Chapter 4 Matrix Test Review (2014)

Review Solutions (2014)

Lesson 5&6 Det. Determinants (2009)

Lesson 5&6 Inv. Inverses (2009)

Lesson 3.6 Systems of Equations with 3 Variables

Lesson 7 Inverse Matrices and Systems (2013 notes)

Class Notes - 4.6 and 4.7 combined

Lesson 8 Augmented Matrices and Systems (2013 notes)

Chapter 4 Rev. (2009 review)

Matrices Review - 2013

Solutions (fall 2013)

Chapter 5 Quadratic Equations and Functions

Last word on Chapt. 4

Lesson 1 Modeling Data with Quadratic Functions

Lesson 2 Properties of Parabolas

Class Notes for 5.1 and 5.2

Lesson 3 Transforming Parabolas

Lesson 4 Factoring Quadratic Expressions

Factoring Flow Chart

2013Chapter 5.1-5.4 Review 2013

Review Solutions (fall 2013)

Lesson 5 Quadratic Equations

Lesson 8 Quadratic Formula

Class Notes for 5.5 and 5.8

Radicals

Lesson 6 Complex Numbers

Lesson 7 Completing the Square

Solving Quadratic Inequalities

Worksheet Solving Quadratic Inequalities and Quadratic Word Problems

Chapter 5B Review (fall 2014)

Solutions (fall 2014)

Archive review

Chapter 5 Review Part 1 2010

Chapter 5 review Part 2 2010

Fall Final 2014

Fall Final 2013

Solutions

Fall 2010 Review :

Fall Final Review

SPRING SEMESTER

C hapter 6 Polynomials and Polynomial Functions

Lesson 6-1 Polynomial Functions

Class Notes

Lesson 6-2 Polynomials and Linear Factors

Lesson 6-3 Dividing Polynomials

Lesson 6-4 Solving Polynomial Equations

ClassNotes

Lesson 6-5/Lesson 6.6 Part I Theorems about Polynomial Functions

Lesson 6- 5/ Lesson 6.6 Part II Finding Roots of Cubic Functions

Lesson 6-8 The Binomial Theorem

Ch 6 Review 2015

Ch 6 Review Solutions 2015

Ch 6 Review 2011

Chapter 7 Radical Functions and Rational Exponents

Lesson 7-8 Graphs of Square Root Functions

Class Notes (2015)

Lesson 7-1 Roots and Radical Expressions

Lesson 7-2 Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions

Class Notes 7-1 and 7-2

Lesson 7-3 Binomial Radical Expressions

Lesson 7-4 Rational Exponents

Lesson 7-5 Solving Square Root and Other Radical Equations

Lesson 7-6 Function Operations

Lesson 7-7 Inverse Relations and Functions

Lesson 7-8 Graphing Square Root and Other Radical Function

Chapter 7 Review (Spring 2015)

Chapter 7 Solutions (Spring 2015)

Lesson 7.1-7.4 Review 2011

Ch. 7 Review 2011

Chapter 8 Exponential and logarithmic Functions

Lesson 8-1 Exploring Exponential Models

Lesson 8-2 Models of Exponential Functions

Worksheet Models of Exponential Functions

Lesson 8.2- B Graphs of Exponential Functions

Worksheet Graphs of Exponential Functions

Ch 8.1-8.2Review (Spring 2015)

Solutions (Spring 2015)

Ch.8-a and Ch.7 Spiral Review 2014

Lesson 8-3 Logarithmic Functions as Inverses

Lesson 8-4 Properties of Logarithms

Lesson 8-5 Exponential and Logarithmic Equations

Examples Pertaining to Logarithm Applications

Logarithm Applications Worksheet

Lesson 8-6 Natural Logarithms

Chapter 8B Review 201 5

Solutions 201 5

Ch. 8 Review 2011

Chapter 9 Rational Functions

Lesson 9-1 Inverse Variation

Lesson 9-2 The Reciprocal Function Family

Lesson 9-3 Rational Functions and Their Graphs

Graphing Rational Functions Worksheet

Lesson 9-4 Rational Expressions

Rational Functions Test Review (2015)

Solutions (2015)

Lesson 9-5 Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions

Lesson 9-6 Solving Rational Equations

Rational Equations Application Problems

Worksheet Rational Equation Applications

Chapter 9B 2015

Chapter 9B Solutions 2015

Ch. 9-A Review2014

2014 Review Solutions

Chapter 9B Test Review 2014 9.4-9.6

Solutions 2014

Ch. 9 Review 2011

Chapter 10 Quadratic relations and Conic Sections

Lesson 10-3 Circles

Class Notes

Lesson 10-4 Ellipses

Lesson 10-5 Hyperbolas

Lesson 10-2 Parabolas

Parabolas Homework Worksheet

Lesson 10-6 Translating Conic Sections

10.6 Homework Worksheet

Chapter 10 Review

Solutions 2015

Which Conics? Flow Chart

Conics Formula Sheet

Completing the Square

Solving Conics Problems

Ch. 10 Review (2011)

Spring 2015 Review

Review 2015

Spring 2014 Review

Spring 2014 Final Review

2014 Solutions

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- Evaluating Functions
- Composition of Functions
- Inverse Functions
- Operations with Functions
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- Product Rule of Logarithms
- Power Rule of Logarithms
- Quotient Rule of Logarithms
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- Radical Equations
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- Simplify Rational Expressions Worksheet
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## Algebra II : Transformations

Study concepts, example questions & explanations for algebra ii, all algebra ii resources, example questions, example question #1 : transformations.

Almost all transformed functions can be written like this:

## Example Question #2 : Transformations

Which of the following transformations represents a parabola shifted to the right by 4 and halved in width?

## Example Question #3 : Transformations

Which of the following represents a standard parabola shifted up by 2 units?

Vertical shifts to this standard equation are represented by additions (upward shifts) or subtractions (downward shifts) added to the end of the equation. To shift upward 2 units, add 2.

## Example Question #4 : Transformations

Which of the following transformation flips a parabola vertically, doubles its width, and shifts it up by 3?

Vertical shifts are represented by additions (upward shifts) or subtractions (downward shifts) added to the end of the equation. To shift upward 3 units, add 3.

## Example Question #5 : Transformations

Which of the following shifts a parabola six units to the right and five downward?

Vertical shifts to this standard equation are represented by additions (upward shifts) or subtractions (downward shifts) added to the end of the equation. To shift downward 5 units, subtract 5.

## Example Question #6 : Transformations

Which of the following transformations represents a parabola that has been flipped vertically, shifted to the right 12, and shifted downward 4?

Vertical shifts are represented by additions (upward shifts) or subtractions (downward shifts) added to the end of the equation. To shift downward 4 units, subtract 4.

## Example Question #7 : Transformations

Which of the following transformations represents a parabola that has been shifted 4 units to the left, 5 units down, and quadrupled in width?

Vertical shifts are represented by additions (upward shifts) or subtractions (downward shifts) added to the end of the equation. To shift downward 5 units, subtract 5.

The new equation after shifting left 2 units is:

Shifting up 3 units will add 3 to the y-intercept of the new equation.

## Example Question #9 : Transformations

It helps to evaluate the expression algebraically.

## Example Question #10 : Transformations

This is a reflection across the y axis.

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- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 3 minutes 1 pt Which transformation transforms the graph of f(x) = x 2 to the graph of g(x) = (x + 4) 2 ? a vertical translation 4 units up a vertical translation 4 units down a horizontal translation 4 units to the left a horizontal translation 4 units to the right
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt How did we transform from y=x 2 to y = -3x 2 reflection in x-axis and vertical shift down reflection x-axis and vertical stretch horizontal stretch reflection x-axis and vertical compression
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 3 minutes 1 pt How did we transform from the parent function? y = -1/5(x - 1) 2 + 7 reflection, vertical compression, horizontal right, vertical up vertical compression, horizontal shift left, vertical shift up reflection, horizontal shift right, vertical shift down no changes were made to y = x 2
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 3 minutes 1 pt In the equation f(x)=5(x+3) 2 -10 what does the 5 do? Vertical stretch by 5 Horizontal compress by 5 Reflect Move up 5
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 5 minutes 1 pt In the equation f(x)=1/2(x+9) 2 -1, what happens to the parabola? Reflect, horizontal compress by 1/2, left 9, down 1 Vertical compress by 1/2, left 9, down 1 Horizontal Compress by 1/2, right 9, down 1 Vertical Stretch by 1/2, left 9, down 1
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 5 minutes 1 pt Transformation: Which equation would represent a parabola that is WIDER than the parent function, f(x) = x 2 ? g(x) = x 2 + 4 g(x) = 4x 2 g(x) = x 2 - 4 g(x) = 1 / 4 x 2
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 5 minutes 1 pt Transformation: Which of the following describes the transformation of the graph g(x) = x 2 + 5 from the parent function? Translate 5 units up Translate 5 units down Translate 5 units to the right Translate 5 units to the left.
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt Which function has a translation of 2 units right and a vertical stretch by a factor of 5? f(x)= 5(x - 2) 2 f(x) = 5(x + 2) 2 f(x) = (x - 2) 2 - 5 f(x) = (x + 2) 2 + 5
- Multiple Choice Edit Please save your changes before editing any questions. 2 minutes 1 pt Which function has a translation of 7 units down and reflects over the x-axis? f(x) = -(x - 7) 2 + 1 f(x) = (x + 7) 2 + 1 f(x) = -(x - 1) 2 - 7 f(x) = (x + 1) 2 - 7
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We can think graphs of absolute value and quadratic functions as transformations of the parent functions |x| and x². Importantly, we can extend this idea to include transformations of any function whatsoever! This fascinating concept allows us to graph many other types of functions, like square/cube root, exponential and logarithmic functions.

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