Math for Morons Like Us: Algebra II

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Thinkquest has projects that are made by students for students.

Thinkquest has projects that are made by students for students. Math for Morons Like Us covers high school mathematics subjects, and this page, in particular, deals with topics from an Algebra II course. Review equations, inequalities, and graphs, as well as polynomials and factoring. What you learn in an Algebra II class, you’ll be able to review on this site. You’ll find an explanation of the concept along with problems and step-by-step solutions. Sometimes by seeing something presented just a little differently than your textbook, it will help you grasp that concept more completely.

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