## Unit 3.5 – Logarithmic Functions

Introduction What is a logarithm? The answer is more simple than meets the eye. Essentially, a logarithm is the “backwards” version of an exponent and —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 1 – Unit 3 – Functions

Standards Standard Language F.IF.1 Understand that a function from one set (called the domain) to another set (called the range) assigns to each element of —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Unit 3 – Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

Standards Standard Language A.SSE.3c Use the properties of exponents to transform expressions for exponential functions. F.BF.4 Find the inverse functions. F.BF.5 Understand the inverse relationship —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Unit 1 – Functions

Standards Standard Language F.IF.1 Understand that a function from one set (called the domain) to another set (called the range) assigns to each element of —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## A Guide to Completing The Square (the big idea)

Completing the square is one of the most vital ways for Algebra 2 students to identify the vertex of a function (this likely means the —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Semester 2 – Final Exam (2017)

To prepare for the final, students have been provided the following information: FINAL REVIEW algebra 2 final review (2016-2017) FINAL REVIEW algebra 2 final review —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 1 – Unit 4 Project Files

In Algebra 1, we are starting the semester with a project. There are several components to this project and students will complete the tasks in —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 Semester 1 – Final Exam Information

Semester 2 is closing, here are a few resources as you prepare for your final. —> Practice Final (Solutions) <— (click these) Other Useful Links: Unit —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Unit 3 – PowerPoint Slides

Updated: January 17, 2017 CLICK HERE to view the Slides for Unit 3. This unit, we will target the following Priority Standards: A.REI.2 – Solve —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Vertex Form – Applying Completing the Square

Vertex form can help us tremendously when graphing a quadratic function, it tells us where the vertex belongs and where the line of symmetry is —> |GO TO FULL POST|