# McGraw-Hill Education Algebra II Review and Workbook 1st Edition

| |**Pdf Book Name**: McGraw-Hill Education Algebra II Review and Workbook 1st Edition

**Author**: Christopher Monahan

**Publisher**: McGraw Hill

**ISBN-10, 13**: 1260128881,978-1260128888

**Year**: 2019

**Pages**: 104 Pages

**Language**: English

**File size**: 6 MB

**File format**: PDF,EPUB

## McGraw-Hill Education Algebra II Review and Workbook 1st Edition Pdf Book Description:

Thank you for purchasing Algebra II Review and Workbook. You will find that each chapter contains a large number of examples. Though each of the examples is worked out for you with descriptions of the steps as well as warnings of pitfalls to avoid, take the time to work out the problems before reading the explanations when you can. It will give you more confidence about solving problems and, should you stumble in your solution, guidance as to how the problem should be approached. I believe in the use of technology when doing mathematics, and I also believe in the power of pencil and paper. It is my firm belief that learning begins with the fingertips, travels up the arm, and works its way into the brain. Writing your thoughts on the paper requires that you give thought to all the details of the solution and often helps with the omission of steps. The calculator is there to help with the “ugly” computations needed (2 × 3 does not need a calculator, but 238.1 × 47.5 does).

An assumption has been made that you are competent using a graphing calculator. There are a few cases when the keystrokes are given (using the TI-84 and the TI-Nspire calculators). If you are unfamiliar with things like using the memory buttons on your calculator, take the time to read the manual and practice storing information on your device. (The same advice applies if you are using a graphing utility other than a Texas Instruments product.) You will see as you go through this book and your course in Algebra II that you will develop both new skills and new concepts. Algebra II is a much different course than Algebra I in that there are many more sophisticated concepts to be learned. The most important of these concepts is that of a function. You will learn about the notation of functions, the graphs of functions, and the applications of functions. The topics covered in this book are aligned with the Common Core State Standards for those states that adopted the program. There is more material on trigonometry than is mandated by the Common Core for Algebra II. In particular, there is a discussion of the Law of Sines, Law of Cosines, and solving trigonometric equations. This book provides comprehensive coverage of the math topics required by non–Common Core states and is also in line with the Canadian Mathematical Curricula. Lastly, you will extend your study of probability to its application in inferential statistics. We limit the discussion at this level to basic applications of the normal distribution to make statements about the mean and proportions of populations. There is a great deal more to study about statistics in future courses.

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