## Algebra 2 Introduction, Basic Review, Factoring, Slope, Absolute Value, Linear, Quadratic Equations

This algebra 2 introduction / basic review lesson video tutorial covers topics such as solving linear equations, absolute value equations, inequalities, and quadratic equations. It shows you how to factor trinomials and polynomials in addition to simplify rational and radical expressions. This video contains a ton of examples and practice problems.

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Here is a list of topics:

1. Algebra 2 Introduction – Basic Review lesson

2. Solving Linear Equations With Variables, Parentheses and Fractions

3. Solving and Graphing Inequalities on a Number line

4 Solving Absolute Value Equations With Inequalities

5. Calculating the Slope Between Two Points With Fractions

6. Writing Linear Equations In Slope Intercept Form, Point Slope Form, and Standard Form

7. Parallel and Perpendicular Lines

8. Rate of Change Problems – Formula & Calculations

9. Graphing Linear Equations Using the Slope and Y Intercept

10. Graphing Linear Equations Using X and Y Intercepts

11. Horizontal and Vertical Lines

12. Graphing Absolute Value Equations

13. Parent Functions and Transformations

14. Systems of Equations – Substitution, Elimination and Graphically – Point of Intersection

15. Horizontal and Vertical Shifts – Reflection about X and Y axis

16. Factoring Binomials – Difference of Perfect Squares Method

17. Factoring Trinomials – Leading Coefficient

18. Factoring By Grouping and GCF Method

19. Factoring Polynomials – Cubic and With Synthetic Division

20. Solving Quadratic Equations By Factoring

21. Solving Quadratic Equations By Completing The Square

22. Factoring Quadratic Expressions Using the Quadratic Formula

23. Graphing Quadratic Equations In Standard and Vertex Form

24. Vertex, Axis of Symmetry, Maximum and Minimum Values

25. Domain and Range of Linear, Absolute Value and Quadratic Equations – Interval Notation

26. Discriminant Formula – Real Solutions vs Imaginary Solutions

27. Imaginary Numbers – Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying, Dividing and Simplifying

28. Graphing Complex Numbers – Absolute Value Calculation

29. Exponent Properties – Multiplying and Dividing

30. Negative Exponents – Simplifying

31. Zeros of Polynomial Functions

32. List of Possible Rational Zeros

33. Synthetic Division and Long Division

34. Factoring Cubic Polynomials Using Synthetic Division and Factoring By Grouping

35. Evaluating Functions Using Synthetic Division

36. Inverse Functions

37. Composite Functions – F(g(x))

38. Evaluating Logarithmic Functions

39. Properties of Logarithms

40. Condensing, Expanding and Solving Logarithmic Equations

41. Simplifying Radical Expressions and Solving Radical Equations

42. Graphing Square Root / Radical Equations With Transformation – Domain and Range

43. Simplifying Rational Expressions and Solving Rational Equations

44. Rational Expressions – Adding, Subtracting, Multiplying and Dividing

45. Rationalizing the Denominator

46. Graphing Rational Equations

47. Horizontal and Vertical Asymptotes Plus Holes

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If I sleep while listening to this I will subconsciously understand all the material for my final on Wednesday π

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isn't this exactly what you taught in the algebra 1 video?

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All I did was combine the top comment and the other timestamps. Have fun studying with me lol

π LINEAR EQUATIONS π

0:07 | Basic

1:03 | Variables on Both Sides

2:24 | Parentheses/Distribution

5:00 | Fraction Coefficients

6:06 | Fraction Coefficients and Constants

7:39 | Fractions on Both Sides (Cross Multiplication)

π INEQUALITIES π

8:31 | Basic Graphing

10:36 | Interval Notation

11:33 | Inequality Equations

13:45 | OR Inequalities

15:53 | AND Inequalities

π ABSOLUTE VALUE π

17:40 | Basic

18:17 | Equations

20:30 | Equations with Numbers Outside

22:50 | Absolute Value Inequalities

26:38 | Inequalities with Numbers Outside

π GRAPHING π

30:04 | Basic Slope-Intercept

31:54 | Fraction Slope

33:07 | Standard Form

35:21 | Linear Inequalities

41:48 | Absolute Value Functions

49:50 | Absolute Value Inequalities

53:04 | Constants

π FINDING SLOPE AND WRITING EQUATIONS π

53:46 | Slope Between 2 Points

56:00 | Slope Between 2 Points with Fractions

59:19 | Ways to Write an Equation, Point Slope Form Intro

1:00:20 | Writing Equations in Standard and Slope Intercept Form

1:02:49 | Writing Equations in Point Slope, Slope Intercept, and Standard Form

1:06:29 | When Given 2 Points

1:11:39 | Using Line Relationships and a Point

1:15:16 | Rate of Change Word Problem

π EXPONENTS π

1:17:22 | Exponent Rules

π SYSTEMS π

1:23:26 | Systems of Equations

1:30:40 | Graphing

π QUADRATICS π

1:33:10 | Difference of Squares

1:36:00 | Factoring with GCF

1:37:46 | Quadratic Trinomials

1:41:36 | Quadratic Formula and Discriminant

1:44:04 | With Leading Coefficients

1:56:21 | Completing the Square

2:03:02 | Graphing

2:14:25 | Graphing from Standard Form, finding zeroes/roots/x intercepts

π DOMAIN AND RANGE π

2:20:03 | Domain and Range of Linear and Absolute Value Functions

π IMAGINARY NUMBERS π

2:23:17 | Imaginary Number Fractions

π MORE DOMAIN AND RANGE π

2:24:47 | Domain and Range of Absolute Value Functions

2:25:15 | Domain and Range of Quadratics

π MORE IMAGINARY NUMBERS π

2:26:16 | Intro to Imaginary Numbers

2:27:57 | Operations

2:33:10 | Graphing

2:35:30 | Exponents on Imaginary Numbers

2:38:35 | Finding Zeroes

2:40:43 | Rational Zero Test and Synthetic Division

1:15:16 | Rate of change Word Problem

~~Functions~~

2:48:40 | Calculating functions by plugging x values

2:50:00 | Calculating functions using synthetic division

~~Polynomials~~

2:51:30 | Dividing expressions using synthetic division

2:53:00 | Dividing expressions using long division

~~Composite Functions~~

2:55:45 | One function inside another. ex. f(g(x))

~~Inverse Functions~~

2:59:00 | Finding f^-1(x)

3:02:05 | Proving that two functions are inverse

~~Logarithms~~

3:04:30 | Finding logs

3:14:20 | Adding/Subtracting logs

3:15:05 | Logs with variable x

3:17:20 | Adding/ Subtracting logs with variable x

~~Radical Expressions~~

3:22:25 | Simplifying radicals

3:23:58 | Adding/Subtracting radicals

3:26:43 | Rationalizing expressions

3:28:39 | Multiplying/Dividing radical expressions

3:30:40 | Solving radical expressions with variable x

3:32:15 | Graphing radical functions

~~Rational Expressions (Fractions)~~

3:35:52 | Multiplying/Dividing

3:42:18 | Adding/Subtracting

3:45:06 | Solving for x

3:50:45 | Graphing rational expressions

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Anyone else have Algebra 2 spring semester last year and now you're trying to learn all of algebra 2 by yourself before taking the SAT π

Again you repeated the same error, this is timestamp -244:30 where you didn't remove the negative sign when placing it on the other side of the equal sign which makes this equation incorrect π³

In your example timed stamped -253:13

You forgot to drop off the negative sign when switching to the other side of the equal sign, which made the equation incorrect just saying π

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ALL TIMESTAMPS {Compiled} THIS IS A COPY TO KEEP IT IN MY PLACE, YOU CAN USE IT OR YOU CAN IGNORE THANKS

0:00 | Intro

~~LINEAR EQUATIONS~~

0:07 | Basic

1:03 | Variables on Both Sides

2:24 | Parentheses/Distribution

5:00 | Fraction Coefficients

6:06 | Fraction Coefficients and Constants

7:39 | Fractions on Both Sides (Cross Multiplication)

~~INEQUALITIES~~

8:31 | Basic Graphing

10:36 | Interval Notation

11:33 | Inequality Equations

13:45 | OR Inequalities

15:53 | AND Inequalities

~~ABSOLUTE VALUE~~

17:40 | Basic

18:17 | Equations

20:30 | Equations with Numbers Outside

22:50 | Absolute Value Inequalities

26:38 | Inequalities with Numbers Outside

~~GRAPHING~~

30:04 | Basic Slope-Intercept

31:54 | Fraction Slope

33:07 | Standard Form

35:21 | Linear Inequalities

41:48 | Absolute Value Functions

49:50 | Absolute Value Inequalities

53:04 | Constants

~~FINDING SLOPE AND WRITING EQUATIONS~~

53:46 | Slope Between 2 Points

56:00 | Slope Between 2 Points with Fractions

59:19 | Ways to Write an Equation, Point-Slope Form Intro

1:00:20 | Writing Equations in Standard and Slope-Intercept Form

1:02:49 | Writing Equations in Point Slope, Slope-Intercept, and Standard Form

1:06:29 | When Given 2 Points

1:11:39 | Using Line Relationships and a Point

1:15:16 | Rate of Change Word Problem

~~EXPONENTS~~

1:17:22 | Exponent Rules

~~SYSTEMS~~

1:23:26 | Systems of Equations

1:30:40 | Graphing

~~QUADRATICS~~

1:33:10 | Difference of Squares

1:36:00 | Factoring with GCF

1:37:46 | Quadratic Trinomials

1:41:36 | Quadratic Formula and Discriminant

1:44:04 | With Leading Coefficients

1:56:21 | Completing the Square

2:03:02 | Graphing

2:14:25 | Graphing from Standard Form, finding zeroes/roots/x intercepts

~~DOMAIN AND RANGE~~

2:20:03 | Domain and Range of Linear and Absolute Value Functions

~~IMAGINARY NUMBERS~~

2:23:17 | Imaginary Number Fractions

~~MORE DOMAIN AND RANGE~~

2:24:47 | Domain and Range of Absolute Value Functions

2:25:15 | Domain and Range of Quadratics

~~MORE IMAGINARY NUMBERS~~

2:26:16 | Intro to Imaginary Numbers

2:27:57 | Operations

2:33:10 | Graphing

2:35:30 | Exponents on Imaginary Numbers

2:38:35 | Finding Zeroes

2:40:43 | Rational Zero Test and Synthetic Division~~Functions~~

2:48:40 | Calculating functions by plugging x values

2:50:00 | Calculating functions using synthetic division

~~POLYNOMIALS~~

2:51:30 | Dividing expressions using synthetic division

2:53:00 | Dividing expressions using long division

~~Composite Functions~~

2:55:45 | One function inside another. ex. f(g(x))

~~INVERSE FUNCTIONS~~

2:59:00 | Finding f^-1(x)

3:02:05 | Proving that two functions are inverse

~~LOGARITHMS~~

3:04:30 | Finding logs

3:14:20 | Adding/Subtracting logs

3:15:05 | Logs with variable x

3:17:20 | Adding/ Subtracting logs with variable x

~~RADICAL EXPRESSIONS~~

3:22:25 | Simplifying radicals

3:23:58 | Adding/Subtracting radicals

3:26:43 | Rationalizing expressions

3:28:39 | Multiplying/Dividing radical expressions

3:30:40 | Solving radical expressions with variable x

3:32:15 | Graphing radical functions

~~RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS (FRACTIONS)~~

3:35:52 | Multiplying/Dividing

3:42:18 | Adding/Subtracting

3:45:06 | Solving for x

3:50:45 | Graphing rational expressions

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ALL TIMESTAMPS {Compiled}

0:00 | Intro

~~LINEAR EQUATIONS~~

0:07 | Basic

1:03 | Variables on Both Sides

2:24 | Parentheses/Distribution

5:00 | Fraction Coefficients

6:06 | Fraction Coefficients and Constants

7:39 | Fractions on Both Sides (Cross Multiplication)

~~INEQUALITIES~~

8:31 | Basic Graphing

10:36 | Interval Notation

11:33 | Inequality Equations

13:45 | OR Inequalities

15:53 | AND Inequalities

~~ABSOLUTE VALUE~~

17:40 | Basic

18:17 | Equations

20:30 | Equations with Numbers Outside

22:50 | Absolute Value Inequalities

26:38 | Inequalities with Numbers Outside

~~GRAPHING~~

30:04 | Basic Slope-Intercept

31:54 | Fraction Slope

33:07 | Standard Form

35:21 | Linear Inequalities

41:48 | Absolute Value Functions

49:50 | Absolute Value Inequalities

53:04 | Constants

~~FINDING SLOPE AND WRITING EQUATIONS~~

53:46 | Slope Between 2 Points

56:00 | Slope Between 2 Points with Fractions

59:19 | Ways to Write an Equation, Point-Slope Form Intro

1:00:20 | Writing Equations in Standard and Slope-Intercept Form

1:02:49 | Writing Equations in Point Slope, Slope-Intercept, and Standard Form

1:06:29 | When Given 2 Points

1:11:39 | Using Line Relationships and a Point

1:15:16 | Rate of Change Word Problem

~~EXPONENTS~~

1:17:22 | Exponent Rules

~~SYSTEMS~~

1:23:26 | Systems of Equations

1:30:40 | Graphing

~~QUADRATICS~~

1:33:10 | Difference of Squares

1:36:00 | Factoring with GCF

1:37:46 | Quadratic Trinomials

1:41:36 | Quadratic Formula and Discriminant

1:44:04 | With Leading Coefficients

1:56:21 | Completing the Square

2:03:02 | Graphing

2:14:25 | Graphing from Standard Form, finding zeroes/roots/x intercepts

~~DOMAIN AND RANGE~~

2:20:03 | Domain and Range of Linear and Absolute Value Functions

~~IMAGINARY NUMBERS~~

2:23:17 | Imaginary Number Fractions

~~MORE DOMAIN AND RANGE~~

2:24:47 | Domain and Range of Absolute Value Functions

2:25:15 | Domain and Range of Quadratics

~~MORE IMAGINARY NUMBERS~~

2:26:16 | Intro to Imaginary Numbers

2:27:57 | Operations

2:33:10 | Graphing

2:35:30 | Exponents on Imaginary Numbers

2:38:35 | Finding Zeroes

2:40:43 | Rational Zero Test and Synthetic Division~~Functions~~

2:48:40 | Calculating functions by plugging x values

2:50:00 | Calculating functions using synthetic division

~~POLYNOMIALS~~

2:51:30 | Dividing expressions using synthetic division

2:53:00 | Dividing expressions using long division

~~Composite Functions~~

2:55:45 | One function inside another. ex. f(g(x))

~~INVERSE FUNCTIONS~~

2:59:00 | Finding f^-1(x)

3:02:05 | Proving that two functions are inverse

~~LOGARITHMS~~

3:04:30 | Finding logs

3:14:20 | Adding/Subtracting logs

3:15:05 | Logs with variable x

3:17:20 | Adding/ Subtracting logs with variable x

~~RADICAL EXPRESSIONS~~

3:22:25 | Simplifying radicals

3:23:58 | Adding/Subtracting radicals

3:26:43 | Rationalizing expressions

3:28:39 | Multiplying/Dividing radical expressions

3:30:40 | Solving radical expressions with variable x

3:32:15 | Graphing radical functions

~~RATIONAL EXPRESSIONS (FRACTIONS)~~

3:35:52 | Multiplying/Dividing

3:42:18 | Adding/Subtracting

3:45:06 | Solving for x

3:50:45 | Graphing rational expressions

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I have a EOC next week, and I'm hoping this whole review will help me with it!

Let's go back to the fun parts, because solving (solving anything) means first and foremost that you need to understand what you are looking at or reading, or put it like this way you need to be able to shape it out of numbers first to put it in bits of understandable grammar(/text) and vise versa

I never approach to get the answer immediately

Approach methods may differ from individual to individual.

Mathematics/algebra and physics go hand in hand

You need to understand it in nature as well as the answers should be recognisable and corresponding to natures laws

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I learned arithmetic in school the foundation of all other " MATHEMATICS".

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4:55 x=-6/5 is an improper fraction. Correct answer is -1 1/5 or -1.2

when you skip one day of class and everyone else learns the whole of algebra 2

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