Algebra IIDVD - 1994 | Library edition.
Algebra II is the crucial high school mathematics course in preparing for a college education. Taught by nationally recognized math teacher Dr. Murray H. Siegel, the course begins by relating the foundation of algebra-polynomials-to the numbers with which you are already familiar. We learn to operate with them, graph them, and solve polynomial equations. The course then progresses to another essential algebraic concept-the function. Functions of all types are investigated: linear, polynomial, rational, and recursive. Even the aspects of Algebra II considered "difficult to teach" are treated in a "user-friendly" manner so that all learners can truly understand these topics. This includes matrices and determinants, imaginary numbers, sequences and series, and logarithms. This course comes with a workbook that is designed as a valuable supplement to the course and textbooks you are already using. This lecture series was originally created for a high school audience; however, it's a useful tool for anyone interested in algebra.
Publisher: Chantilly, Va. : Teaching Co., 
Edition: Library edition.
Branch Call Number: DVD 512 SIE
Characteristics: 6 videodiscs :,sound, color ;,4 3/4 in. +,2 books.