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Background Knowledge Expected
Math-heavy
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This class was tough.
Course Overview:
Taking on Ms. Murray's Algebra II course wasn't an easy feat, but as time went on - I found her teachings to help me even as I take on calculus.
Course highlights:
I will never forget the method she taught for factoring. I learned how to factor based off just coefficients, honing my foundation for math.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
Do not walk into this class blind. Math is something that takes practice, don't expect to grasp the subject just from watching. The more problems you work, the better you become.
Not too easy. Not too difficult.
Course Overview:
This is one of the math classes I learned the most in. I feel that it is extremely important to do well in Algebra II as it is THE backbone for all higher math classes you will take in high school and college. If you haven't enjoyed math before, this class will change your opinion as you finally begin to appreciate the real world applications of mathematics!
Course highlights:
Some of the most memorable parts of this course was graphing. In Algebra II, graphing is very important (even more so than in Geometry) as you progress through the year. By the end, you learn to become a master grapher, which means drawing lines and curves efficiently and perfectly. This also plays a key role in developing time management skills, which is something that is stressed upon throughout high school.
Hours per week:
3-5 hours
Advice for students:
I would say that the most important thing to remember is that Algebra constantly builds on itself. Don't think you can learn and forget material just to pass quizzes and tests. Know the material so you can apply it later. This makes math later on so much easier!