Algebra2 with Trigonometry
TOPIC(S)  DETAILS
('need to know') 
PACKETS and HOMEWORK  STUDY GUIDES
and PAST TESTS 

UNIT 12:
Algebra review and Equations and Inequalities Chapters 1,2 
Unit1_2_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  Honors:  
UNIT 3:
Relations, Functions, and Graphs (aka) Lines 
Unit3_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  Honors: Reg:  
UNIT 4:
Ssystems of equations 
Unit4_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  Honors: Reg:  
UNIT 5:
Polynomials and polynomials equations aka Factoring 
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UNIT 6:
Rational expressions 
Unit6_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf 

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UNIT 7:
Powers, Roots, and Complex Numbers 
Unit7_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  Worksheets

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UNIT 8:
Quadratic equations 
Unit8_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  Honors: Reg:  
UNIT 9:
Quadratic functions and transformations 
Unit9_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  Honors: Reg:  
UNIT 10:
Conic sections 
Did not do (was not in plan)  
UNIT 11: Polynomials

Unit11_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf 

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UNIT 12: Inverse functions, Exponents, and Logarithms

Unit12_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf  
UNIT 14: Sequences and Series

Unit14_Finals_StudyGuide.pdf 

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UNIT 18: Trigonometry of right triangle


Finals: Comprehensive test

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Mrs. Wolfe Carlisle High School, M16 623 West Penn Street Carlisle, PA 17013 McGowan Building, Room M16** Credit to : Chicago teacher union quest center www.sharemylesson.com/ctu
"Most wanted particle" ,by Jon Butterworth. 
The hunt for the Higgs Boson, which ended successfully (and with a Nobel laureate in 2013). An amazing inside story about the most basic particles. Higgs boson is also called the 'God particle', and it isĀ the one who can create mass from energy. Highly recommend, but it would definitely help if you did take a course in quantum mechanics etc. 
June172017. 

"Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture: A Novel of Mathematical Obsession" ,by Apostolos Doxiadis. 
The beauty of pure mathemtics, and pursuing interest in a susbject for it's own aestethics and beauity. 
January012017. 

"The Martian" ,by Andy Weir. 
Fiction. NASA astrounaut stranded on Mars. Interesting 'action/thriller' kind of book. A somewhat interesting question: What is the value of human life? (and i mean in dollars!). OR maybe it's priceless? 
January262016. 

"Moonwalking with Einstein", by Joshua Foer. 
(Boomook as well) Non fiction. The subtitle is: "The art and Science of Remembering Everything". A year long journey into the art of memorizing stuff. With Google and computers at our fingertips, relying on externalmemory is the norm. Is there no value to actual memorization? Very readable and enjoyable. Recommend! 
Oct062013. 

"Carry On, Mr. Bowditch", by Jean Lee Latham. 
Motivating book on the development of maritime navigation. Not one formula in there! 
2011. 