CP Algebra II

A variety of math courses are offered at Tolland High School.  Three credits are required for graduation.  The goals of the math program are for the student to understand and apply mathematical concepts, develop logical thinking and organizational skills, apply integrated mathematical problem-solving strategies to investigate, evaluate, and solve problems from within and outside mathematics, formulate mathematical definitions and express generalizations discovered through investigations, use and value the connections between mathematics and other disciplines, prepare while building mathematical literacy to become an educated consumer, and prepare for future mathematical study.

Units of Instruction

Analyzing Equations and Inequalities

Graphing Linear Relations and Functions

Solve Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities

Exploring Polynomials and Radical Expressions

Exploring Quadratic Functions and Inequalities

Analyzing Conic Sections

Exploring Rational Expressions