Grade 11 - Mathematics

Texas Algebra II B - Semester 2 (Credit: 1.00)

The Texas Algebra 2, Semester B, course discusses the concept of functions in depth. The first unit covers quadratic functions and the graphical interpretation of the parabola. Then you’ll learn to factor and graph polynomial, logarithmic, and piecewise functions. You’ll explore the characteristics of exponential, rational, piecewise, and absolute value functions, and create real-world examples of exponential and logarithmic equations. In the second unit, you’ll study the transformations of linear and quadratic functions. You’ll also examine the concept of inverse functions. The course ends with linear, quadratic, and exponential models in which you’ll learn to formulate and analyze functions from a given set of data.