## 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|

## Getting to Know You Letter (Homework)

Greetings Students, I’d like to get to know you. In this document, you’ll see that I’ve written you a letter. Please respond to my letter —> |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|

Graphing quadratics by hand is an important exercise because it helps us understand the parts of a quadratic equation. These are two different lessons that —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Factoring Trinomials to Compute Zeros (or Roots)

In this lesson, we explore one of the most important concepts moving forward, the zero product property. This will follow students throughout the remainder of —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## How to Factor Trinomials (Step-by-step guide)

Go to the last page, this ties in several concepts together including: Diamond Problems Polynomial Multiplication Multiplying the Diagonals of Tabular Method Writing Polynomials in —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Module 1 – Lesson 4- Polynomial Long Division

For this lesson, we will learn how to divide polynomials in a different way. This recalled the old algorithm of dividing numbers the old fashion —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Algebra 2 – Module 1 – Lesson 3 – Polynomial Division (Tabular Method)

In this lesson, we discuss the division of Polynomials by essentially reversing the tabular method. It’s a little tricky at first, but once you get —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Alg. 2 Module 1 – Lesson 2 (Homework)

This is a special edited lesson and homework on polynomial multiplication. We use the “tabular” method (which means that we are using a table to —> |GO TO FULL POST|

## Alg. 2 – Module 1 – Lesson 1 (Homework)

This is a special edited lesson about defining polynomials and understanding successive differences. The important idea around this lesson is understanding how functions operate. Module —> |GO TO FULL POST|