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Whether they’re loving math and want more, or want extra support, Juni’s ready to teach Algebra 2. This high school algebra course covers quadratic functions, polynomials, rational functions, and radical and piecewise functions. It prepares students for Pre-Calculus and Trig.

First class free!

$62.50/ class

Billed Monthly

Total Billing $250

- Format
- Private 1:1
- Age
- Ages 14-17
- Duration
- Duration 6-8 months
- Class size
- Personalized 1:1 Instruction

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Completion of both Algebra 1 and Geometry

Instructors will assign students roughly 60 minutes of class related problems at the end of each session. Homework is generally pulled from Juni's curriculum and is meant to complement the class experience and ensure the student continues to learn and grow outside of the session

#### Complex-1: The student can define real, imaginary, and complex numbers

#### Complex-2: The student can simplify radical expressions using i

#### Complex-3: The student can compute powers of i

#### Complex-4: The student can identify complex numbers graphed on the complex plane

#### Complex-5: The student can graph complex numbers on the complex plane

#### Complex-6: The student can add and subtract complex numbers

#### Complex-7: The student can multiply and divide complex numbers

#### Quadratic-1: The student can solve a quadratic using factoring

#### Quadratic-2: The student can factor quadratic equations where the leading coefficient is 1

#### Quadratic-3: The student can factor quadratic equations where the leading coefficient is not 1

#### Quadratic-4: The student can multiply two binomials using FOIL

#### Quadratic-5: The student can factor a square binomial

#### Quadratic-6: The student can factor a difference of squares

#### Quadratic-7: The student can solve a quadratic by completing the square

#### Quadratic-8:The student can solve a quadratic using the quadratic formula

#### Quadratic-9: The student can use the discriminant to determine the number and types of roots a quadratic has

#### Quadratic-10: The student can find non-real roots using the quadratic formula

#### GQ-1: The student can plug values into a quadratic equation to find points on its parabola

#### GQ-2: The student can graph a parabola by points

#### GQ-3: The student can identify the direction and wideness of a parabola by its leading coefficient

#### GQ-4: The student can identify the coordinates of the vertex of a quadratic in vertex form

#### GQ-5: The student can identify the coordinates of the x-intercepts of a quadratic in intercept form

#### GQ-6: The student can find the standard form equation of a quadratic given 3 points

#### GQ-7: The student can convert a quadratic between vertex form and standard form

#### GQ-8: The student can convert a quadratic between intercept form and standard form

#### GQ-9: The student can convert a quadratic between vertex form and intercept form

#### GQ-10: The student can perform vertical and horizontal translations on a quadratic

#### GQ-11: The student can reflect an equation across the x-axis

#### GQ-12: The student can reflect an equation across the y-axis

#### GQ-13: The student can scale a quadratic by a factor

#### GQ-14: The student can apply multiple transformations to a quadratic

#### Polynomials-1: The student can identify the degree of a polynomial

#### Polynomials-2: The student can add and subtract higher-degree polynomials

#### Polynomials-3: The student can find the product of two higher-degree polynomials

#### Polynomials-4: The student can factor a higher-degree polynomial by grouping

#### Polynomials-5: The student can factor out the GCF of a higher-degree polynomial

#### Polynomials-6: The student can identify and use special factorizations for higher-degree polynomials

#### Polynomials-7: The student can divide two polynomials using polynomial long division

#### Polynomials-8: The student can divide two polynomials using synthetic division

#### Zeros-1: The student can use the Rational Zeros Theorem to generate a list of possible real rational roots

#### Zeros-2: The student can use the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra to determine the total number of roots for a function

#### Zeros-3: The student can use the Complex Conjugate Root Theorem to determine all of the possible options for real and complex roots

#### Zeros-4: The student can use Descartes’ Rule of Signs to determine the maximum number of real positive or real negative roots

#### Zeros-5: The student can find the bounds on zeros

#### Zeros-6: The student can use synthetic division to test possible zeros generated by the Rational Zeros Theorem

#### GP-1: The student can identify the end behavior of a function using the degree and leading coefficient

#### GP-2: The student can categorize a function as even, odd, or neither

#### GP-3: The student can identify the domain and range of a function

#### GP-4: The student can identify local maximum and local minimum points of a graph

#### GP-5: The student can sketch a graph given the sign of the leading coefficient, the degree, and some key points

#### GP-6: The student can reflect an equation across the x-axis and the y-axis

#### GP-7: The student can perform vertical and horizontal translations on a function

#### GP-8: The student can vertically and horizontally scale a function by a factor

#### GP-9: The student can apply multiple transformations to a function

#### Rational-1: The student knows what an asymptote is

#### Rational-2: The student can find a vertical asymptote

#### Rational-3: The student can find a horizontal asymptote

#### Rational-4: The student knows what a removable discontinuity is

#### Rational-5: The student can find removable discontinuities

#### Rational-6: The student can analyze the domain and range of a rational function from its graph

#### Rational-7: The student can analyze the end behavior of a rational function from its graph

#### Rational-8: The student can graph a rational function

#### Rational-9: The student can find the roots of a rational function

#### Operations-1: The student can multiply rational expressions

#### Operations-2: The student can divide rational expressions

#### Operations-3: The student can add rational expressions

#### Operations-4: The student can subtract rational expressions

#### Operations-5: The student can solve a rational equation

#### Radical-1: The student can graph a radical function

#### Radical-2: The student can analyze the domain and range of a radical function

#### Radical-3: The student can analyze the end behavior of a radical function based on its graph

#### Radical-4: The student can analyze the transformations done to the parent function

#### Radical-5: The student can solve radical equations

#### Piecewise-1: The student can evaluate a piecewise function at different values of x

#### Piecewise-2: The student can graph a piecewise function

#### Piecewise-3: The student can determine where a piecewise function is continuous and discontinuous

#### Piecewise-4: The student can derive the definition of a piecewise function based on its graph

#### Piecewise-5: The student can write and solve a piecewise function definition based on a real world situation

#### Piecewise-6: The student can graph a step function

#### I can explain what the question is asking for.

#### I can explain my thinking behind my work.

#### I check my work carefully during or after I finish a question.

#### When I am stuck on a question, I show perseverance by trying a new method or asking for help.

#### When I am stuck on a question, I use what I know to find a place to start.

#### Joyful Collaboration

- I practice listening to my instructor and sharing my ideas to co-create understanding.
- I attempt tasks independently and ask my instructor questions when I need help.

#### Unlimited Curiosity

- I take ownership of my learning by asking meaningful questions both when I need clarification and when I want to know more about a topic.

#### Nimble Determination

- I practice resilience when I am frustrated that I have not yet achieved mastery of a new concept or skill; instead of complaining about challenges, I try new approaches and creative solutions.

#### Invest in Excellence

- I arrive to class on time and prepared to learn, with my computer set up with a strong internet connection.
- I complete my homework on time, and if I cannot complete my homework due to other obligations, I honestly communicate the reasons for late homework to my instructor.
- I do my best to stay present and on task for the whole session. I support my focus by putting away any distracting technology and setting notifications on my device to “do not disturb” mode.

Our instructors are subject matter experts from top US universities. Instructors are highly-vetted and background checked prior to joining and undergo extensive training before ever teaching on our platform.

Upon signing up, parents are asked a series of questions that allow us to match your child with an optimal instructor based on their unique needs and interests. Factors that are considered in our matching process include Learning Style, Personality, Personal Experience, and Academic & Career Aspiration.

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