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Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Algebra 2, 2015

Chapter 1

Analyzing Functions

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Chapter 2

Absolute Value Functions, Equations, and Inequalities

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Chapter 3

Quadratic Equations

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Chapter 4

Quadratic Relations and Systems of Equations

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Chapter 5

Polynomial Functions

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Chapter 6

Polynomials

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Chapter 7

Polynomial Equations

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Chapter 8

Rational Functions

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Chapter 9

Rational Expressions and Equations

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Chapter 10

Radical Functions

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Chapter 11

Radical Expressions and Equations

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Chapter 12

Sequences and Series

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Chapter 13

Exponential Functions

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Chapter 14

Modeling with Exponential and Other Functions

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Chapter 15

Logarithmic Functions

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Chapter 16

Logarithmic Properties and Exponential Equations

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Chapter 17

Unit-Circle Definition of Trigonometric functions

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Chapter 18

Graphing Trigonometric Functions

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Chapter 19

Introduction to Probability

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Chapter 20

Conditional Probability and Independence of Events

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Chapter 21

Probability and Decision Making

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Chapter 22

Gathering and Displaying Data

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Chapter 23

Data Distributions

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Chapter 24

Making Inferences from Data

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  • Publisher:
    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
    Author:
    Kanold, Burger, Dixon, Larson, Leinwand
    ISBN:
    9780544385917
    ISBN10:
    0544385918
    Course:
    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt publishes a textbook in Algebra 2 with an ISBN of 9780544385917. It was written by Dixon, Kanold, Larson, Burger, and Leinwand. The textbook follows the Common Core Curriculum. The chapters include topics such as analyzing functions, absolute value functions, equations, and inequalities, quadratic equations, quadratic relations and systems of equations, polynomial functions, polynomials, polynomial equations, rational functions, rational expressions and equations, radical functions, radical expressions and equations Using Mathleaks, students have access to textbook solutions to every exercise in this textbook. In contrast to online graphing calculators and math calculators, Mathleaks explains each exercise individually by putting each exercise in context. With Mathleaks, families can access the most affordable and pedagogical homework helper app in the United States. In addition to solutions, students also get hints and answers to every exercise which encourages each student to try solving the exercise on their own before reading the solution. During remote learning, Mathleaks is every student’s best friend giving expert textbook solutions to every exercise in the student’s textbook.