Algebra 2, 3rd ed. will shape your student’s worldview by emphasizing how mathematics helps Christians serve others and glorify God. Each chapter opener presents an interesting real-world application and a clearly stated Biblical Worldview Connection. The consolidated Dominion Modeling feature in each chapter illustrates how the mathematical topic can enhance our service for Christ.

Each lesson contains a thorough development of key concepts and detailed examples to promote student comprehension. Practical applications are integrated throughout. Expanded exercise sets graded by A, B, and C difficulty levels allow teachers to assign work based on the student’s skill level. Each lesson also contains additional cumulative review exercises strategically designed to help students retain information from previous lessons and be prepared for the next lesson.

Algebra 2 covers concepts such as linear, quadratic, polynomial, radical, and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, and probability and statistics. Complex numbers are also covered throughout the text.

Two new chapters cover matrix features and sequencing and series. New features include carefully selected Internet keyword searches for helping students locate online tools and enrichment, college entrance test preparation questions, Technology Corners emphasizing the use of graphing calculators and spreadsheets, and optional programming projects.

The following resources are available at bjupress.com:

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Excellent book but very high level Algebra 2This book covers more than it needs to for most students. An introduction to matrices would be sufficient, but this book has the student solving multi-variable matrices that are pretty advanced concepts. It also covers trigonometry and conic sections. When I was in high school, the concepts in this book were covered over 2 years in Algebra 2, trigonometry, and analytic geometry. I get the feeling that covering all of that in 1 year is the way things are happening these days.