# Algebra 2

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### Free graphing logarithmic functions cheat sheet for Algebra and Algebra 2 students. This logarithms sheet goes along with the free reference sheet for exponential functions I posted. Students can color their logarithm reference sheets for their math notebooks and it can be enlarged to make a logarithms anchor chart poster for a math word wall. #logarithms #algebra2 #logarithmicfunctions #logs

### Check out free classroom decorations to spruce things up for the new school year. Explore free posters and teacher stickers for your math and science classes.

### A big thanks to Amy over at Square Root of Negative One Teach Math for helping me come up with an easy way for students to remember logarit...

Kay Neuse saved to School is Cool - Math Stuff

### 19 best ideas about parent functions domain and range on from parent functions and transformations worksheet , image source: www.pinterest.com

magali terry saved to Alg2 polynomials graphing

### Many of the math reference sheets in this post I made while teaching inclusion algebra 2 to help students remember the steps of graphing functions. I have also added videos to go along with many of the math notes in this post. And all are free! More on the Scaffolded Math and Science blog.

### 56 Likes, 6 Comments - Mrs. Rory Yakubov (@iteachalgebra) on Instagram: “Anchor charts for my Algebra class? ✅ They always help! And I love my faux calligraphy on this…”

Ashley Nichole saved to HS Math

### A while back I shared a reference sheet for students learning how to divide polynomials using synthetic division. We focus on this method in our Algebra 2 class, but because polynomial long division is in the standards, I thought to also make a reference sheet to help students with this method. In the example on the cheat sheet, students are guided through the steps needed to find the imaginary zeros of a given polynomial function. Students start at the "start" arrow with step 1. "What's…

### Precalculus will be moving beyond their introduction to functions and function notation from Algebra II and into a in-depth development of transformations. We will be applying transformations (translations, reflections, dilations, etc.) to many of the parent functions included in the image above (we will save trigonometry for the Spring!). Understanding transformations is a crucial link between the algebraic form of a function and its graphical behavior. We will spend a considerable amount…

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