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    1,001 Algebra II Practice Problems For Dummies®
    By Mary jane Sterling
    English | A Wiley Brand | Algebra & Trigonometry | 12 Mb | epub

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    Table of Contents
    Introduction
    What You’ll Find
    How This Workbook Is Organized
    Part I: Questions
    Part II: Answers
    Beyond the Book
    What you’ll find online
    How to register
    Where to Go for Additional Help
    Part I: The Questions
    Chapter 1: Reviewing Algebra Basics
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 2: Solving Quadratic Equations and Nonlinear Inequalities
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 3: Solving Radical and Rational Equations
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 4: Graphs and Equations of Lines
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 5: Functions
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 6: Quadratic Functions and Relations
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 7: Polynomial Functions and Equations
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 8: Rational Functions
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 9: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 10: Conic Sections
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 11: Systems of Linear Equations
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 12: Systems of Nonlinear Equations and Inequalities
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 13: Working with Complex Numbers
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 14: Matrices
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 15: Sequences and Series
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 16: Sets
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Chapter 17: Counting Techniques and Probability
    The Problems You’ll Work On
    What to Watch Out For
    Part II: The Answers
    Chapter 18: The Answers
    Cheat Sheet
    End User License Agreement

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    Introduction
    One-thousand-one algebra problems: You must wonder what inspired such an endeavor.

    One possibility for the inspiration is 1,001 Arabian Nights. (Okay, I’m really stretching here, but why not?) 1,001 Arabian Nights is a collection of stories and folk tales, compiled over several centuries. Likewise, 1,001 Algebra II Practice Problems For Dummies is a collection of math problems and explanations, and some of them involve interesting stories. This book wasn’t compiled over centuries (though my editors say it seemed to take that long), but the concepts and ideas involved took mathematicians centuries to develop.

    Practice makes perfect. Unlike other subjects where you can just read or listen and absorb the information sufficiently, mathematics takes practice. The only way to figure out how the different algebraic rules work and interact with one another is to get into the problems — get your hands dirty, so to speak. Many problems appear to be the same, on the surface, but different aspects and challenges have been inserted to make the different problems unique. The concepts become more set in your mind when you work with the problems and have the properties confirmed with your solutions.

    Yes, whether it’s 1,001 algebra problems or 1,001 mathematical adventures, you’ll find them here. Enjoy!

    What You’ll Find
    This book contains 1,001 algebra problems, their answers, and complete solutions to each. There are 17 problem chapters, and each chapter has many different sets of questions. The sets of questions are sometimes in a logical, sequential order, going from one part of a topic to the next and then to the next. Other times the sets of questions represent the different ways a topic can be presented. In any case, you’re given brief instructions on doing the problems. And sometimes you’re given a particular formula or format to use. Feel free to refer to other algebra books, such as Algebra II For Dummies, to give you ideas on how to solve some of the problems.

    Instead of just having answers to the problems, you find a worked-out solution for each and every one. Flip to the last chapters of the book for the step-by-step processes needed to solve the problems. The solutions include verbal explanations inserted in the work where necessary. Sometimes an alternate procedure may be offered. Not everyone does algebra exactly the same way, but this book tries to provide the most understandable and success-promoting process to use when solving the algebra problems presented.

    How This Workbook Is Organized
    This workbook is divided into two main parts: questions and answers. But you probably figured that out already.

    Part I: Questions
    The questions chapters cover many different topics:

    check.png Review of basic operations: The chapter takes you through some of the main concepts from Algebra I that are essential to working in Algebra II. You’ll find problems on powers of binomials and patterns in those powers. Solving linear equations and linear inequalities are fairly straightforward tasks, but it doesn’t hurt to review these types of problems to bring your skill level up to speed. Two other topics covered here are radicals and complex numbers. Each topic is special in its own way, but similarities crop up — such as the use of conjugates when simplifying the expressions.
    check.png Solving nonlinear equations and inequalities: Quadratic equations are by far one of the most used and referred-to equation types in secondary mathematics. That’s why you’ll find techniques such as factoring (with the multiplication property of zero), the square root rule, the quadratic formula, and completing the square to be the main methods covered here.
    Throw in some radical equations (square roots, cube roots) and rational equations (fractional expressions), and you have more tricks and techniques to practice to increase your repertoire.
    check.png Graphing lines: A line is a very basic structure and is easy to graph when you have two points. You’ll also find lines to graph when you’re given their equations and then equations to write when you’re given information about the line. You get to consider lines that are parallel to one another and others that are perpendicular. The graphing part is simplified when you recognize the basics: a point on the line and the line’s slope.
    check.png Functions: A function in mathematics has a very specific definition. You can have a function when you have a relationship between sets of numbers and the relationship is described with mathematical operations. The operations take input values and produce output values based on the rules created with the operations. What’s particularly special about functions is that there’s only one output for every input. The functions you’ll find include linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic. There are more functions out there, but you get a really good start right here.
    check.png Systems of equations and inequalities: When you have two or more statements or equations and want to know whether there are any solutions common to both or all of them at the same time, you’re talking about solving systems. The equations can be linear, quadratic, exponential, and so on. You’ll use algebraic techniques as well as matrices to solve some of the linear systems.
    check.png Sequences, sets, and counting techniques: Getting ready for future studies in probability and statistics, you’ll want to practice problems involving lists, counting, sets, and set notation. You’ll use Venn diagrams and make lists of elements in sets. You’ll also write the terms in sequences and add up the terms in series.

    Part II: Answers
    This part provides not only the answers to all the questions but explanations of the answers as well. So you get the solution, and you see how to arrive at that solution.

    Beyond the Book
    This book gives you plenty of Algebra II problems to work on. But maybe you want to track your progress as you tackle the problems, or maybe you’re having trouble with certain types of problems and wish they were all presented in one place where you could methodically make your way through them. You’re in luck. Your book purchase comes with a free one-year subscription to all 1,001 practice problems online. You get on-the-go access any way you want it — from your computer, smartphone, or tablet. Track your progress and view personalized reports that show where you need to study the most. Study what, where, when, and how you want.


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