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  1. Hi, could anyone help me understand the difference between algebra 2 + trig, precalc, and college algebra? I've seen people say that algebra 2 + trig and percalc are essentially the same thing, but I know that most highschoolers take both with a2+t one year and precalc the next. Then there is the fact that CLEP offers separate exams for College Algebra, and Precalculous, which further confuses me. If college algebra is not precalc, is it algebra 2, or something entirely different? The names may vary by region, we live in New York State if that helps.
  2. Hello all, My kids and I love the Harold Jacobs Elementary Algebra and Geometry books. Has anyone found an Algebra 2 text that has the same feel to it? Engaging and not for naught? I really do prefer a physical textbook as opposed to an online approach. Thanks, Debbie
  3. I need to decide what to use for Algebra 2 ... I'll need something that has a relatively inexpensive TM for me since, despite my BS in Mathematics, I'm struggling to remember how to do stuff. (My older kids were very independent and did AoPS online by this age.) Dd is smart, but struggles more in math than her older siblings. We had a rough start with Discovering Mathematics (Singapore) and switched to a bit of Khan Academy and then to Dolciani for Algebra. Dolciani seems to be sticking for her. She is finally developing some confidence. I was planning to do Geometry and Algebra 2 s
  4. I have a 12th grader who is very non-mathy (humanities minded). She has worked very hard at Algebra 1 (Jacobs) and Geometry (Jacobs) and it has not come easy for her. We are going to do Algebra 2 this year. Her 10th grade sister is doing Foersters...but I am concerned that it will be too much for her. Does anyone have suggestions for another algebra 2 curriculum that would appeal to a student who is not heading into a math or science fields? Or should I just have her take Foersters more slowly. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!!
  5. My eighth grader just finished Saxon Alg. 1 and is ready to move to Alg. 2. My freshman is about 1/2 way through Saxon Alg. 2 - I don't want to have to buy another textbook of the same kind and I can foresee problems if they had to share the same book! Not a major issue, but I am considering putting my 8th grader in allinonehighschool.com's Algebra 2 program for now. Anyone have opinions about that program? Or about where to put my 8th grader? I am not in a rush to move her to Saxon's Alg. 2, but don't want her to fall behind. She has done well in Alg. 1. Thanks! Tresta
  6. I would like some advice about Intermediate Algebra for my 8th grader. She will be finished with Geometry in a month or so. Geometry has been much easier for her than Algebra, and she loves it. We are using AOPS Intro to Geometry, but she already knew so much geometry that she tends to just do the end of chapter problems, skipping most of the discovery problems. She just seems to "get it", including proofs. She is also doing the charter required on-line program, ALEKS. It was not this way with Algebra, and now I need to choose an Algebra 2/Intermediate Algebra text for her. She did
  7. Okay, so I'm leaning away from Math Relief Algebra 2, which I thought was in the bag, due to some sketchy feedback. I would LOVE to be able to do regular online videos but we are rural and on satellite internet; streaming video positively decmates our monthly bandwidth allowance, and I can't afford to up our allowance at this time. In short, can anybody recommend a disc-based video course, or a non-video course that would work will with a student who isn't a natural at math? I want her to be well-prepared for ACT math, but not overwhelmed with advanced topics introduced too quickly, because
  8. So my son, who otherwise did pretty well on his ACT, told me that his Math Relief Algebra II (from Keyboard Enterprises) lessons didn't help him at all on his ACT math section -- he says he didn't see any Algebra problems on that section that resembled anything he had done w/ Math Relief. Has anyone else had this problem with Math Relief? I looked at the copyrights on the discs and they are a combo of 1992 and 2005. I have a daughter who is ready for Algebra II and I'm now doubting whether I will actually use my son's Math Relief discs for her -- perhaps the ACT math has changed too muc
  9. I'm looking into algebra 2 for my student and found a curriculum that stated that some prior geometry knowledge would be necessary. My daughter has not done geometry yet. Is this par for the course with algebra 2 curriculum, or somewhat of an anomaly? Thank you
  10. Help! My daughter is 15 and has chronic fatigue syndrome, which is why she's out of private school and now at home. I bought her Foerster's Algebra 2/Trig and we are not off to a promising start. My daughter is very bright and wants to be an aeronautical or mechanical engineer, so math matters, but CFS comes with a bit of cognitive issues, where it's hard for her when she's in a flare to work things out in her mind. I think Foerster's, which she would probably do well with ordinarily, is too much now that the CFS has flared up again. Can you recommend a course of action for us? Should I
  11. I tend to be very "clingy" when it comes to curriculum, so I need your help before I make a purchase decision. My 9th grade daughter has used Saxon math for the past 2 years, and we have been very pleased. (Math 8/7; Algebra I (4th ed); now, Geometry) I anticipate using Saxon Algebra 2 (4th edition; newest one) next year when she is in 10th grade. However, I recently read 2 reviewers who complained that Saxon Algebra 2 was not up to the Saxon standards. One of the reviewers wrote a very thoughtful, well-researched review which I can't easily dismiss. So now I'm here and wondering
  12. Hi~ My son, who isn't a natural at math, is getting ready for Algebra 2. We have been using Teaching Textbooks but he would like a curriculum w/ more repetition ( not to mention that the tutor's voice gets on his nerves -- did he put a clothespin over his nose or something?). Seems like Saxon would do that, from what I've heard and read. What I like about TT is that the solution for every problem is demonstrated on the cd-roms. What I don't like is that it seems to give very little practice in new concepts before testing, and then the test problems are harder than the few the stud
  13. Hi~ My son, who isn't a natural at math, is getting ready for Algebra 2. We have been using Teaching Textbooks but he would like a curriculum w/ more repetition ( not to mention that the tutor's voice gets on his nerves -- did he put a clothespin over his nose or something?). Seems like Saxon would do that, from what I've heard and read. What I like about TT is that the solution for every problem is demonstrated on the cd-roms. What I don't like is that it seems to give very little practice in new concepts before testing, and then the test problems are harder than the few the student has
  14. I received a recommendation for John Bovey http://www.liveonlinemath.com from a member of another forum. She purchased the video-only option after a 2-week trial of the video/1x week group class. I'm still hoping someone who is using the 3xweek class option will surface.... "We've been using the Pre-Algebra Video course since late last summer. My son will be finished in another couple of months. We've really, really enjoyed it and I would wholeheartedly recommend his programs. You're probably aware that he has different course options. We did a trial period of the option which u
  15. Hi there.....I am really in need of some advice. Can yall please tell me what should I do for my son's girlfriend. She has started homeschooling with us. My son graduated last year and my daughter is only in 6th grade. This young lady is extremely smart but comes from a rough home and had to pull from school because of health issues (juvenile diabetes) she has missed so much school. I really need an Algebra 2 that will help her and I. My son did Algebra but we didn't do Algebra 2. I pretty much had to reteach myself Algebra because I was out of school for a while and forgotten most of it
  16. My ds is using LoF Advanced Algebra. He is good at math, but not "genius," and he's done well with the LoF series. I was and am good at math. It wasn't what I studied in college, but so far, I've been able to help him on the few topics where he needed help. Today he was doing Proofs by Math Induction. I've never seen this stuff in my life, and although after working through some of the problems with him, I have a basic grasp of what's going on, but I don't fully understand why we are doing the steps. These problems are HARD. I started looking at what was coming up next, and there
  17. I am considering this text: Algebra & Trigonometry Functions and Applications, by Paul Foerster, Prentice Hall, Classics Edition or Abeka Algebra 2, but read that the latter is labeled 'honors'. I am currently looking into whether it can be adapted to be a regular text. Wondering your experience? Advice? PRos and cons? Thank you!
  18. My eldest son is in elementary school but has studied some Algebra. I am thinking purchasing the Algebra II course from "The Great Courses" -- for a short time it costs only $80+shipping . There are 18 hours of videos plus a 300-page workbook. I wonder if anyone has tried this course. Alternatives I am considering are algebra courses from the Art of Problem Solving, EPGY, and Thinkwell. He is young enough that we can go over Algebra II more than once. It's less important that the course be rigorous than that it keep his interest.
  19. The text they use in dd's Honours Algebra 2 class is one I'm not familiar with and don't recall reading much about here. It's a McDougal Little text by Larson, Boswell, Kanold & Stiff. The teacher supplements it by teaching theory. http://www.amazon.com/Algebra-II-Ron-Larson/dp/0395937787 How good or bad is it? Are there any holes in teaching I should be aware of? My dd is in ps, but I still want to ensure she gets a good math education. Apparently the program is good at the school & people have been accepted into some prestigious programs from it, but I am still unsure.
  20. How many problems a day does your student complete? My ds is so far scheduled for 20 problems/day and it is taking him forever. He is scoring well, with an A average. Am I giving him too much math? Thank you ;)
  21. After spending much time searching through the many forums I have finally narrowed down my search of Algebra 2/Geometry books. Algebra 2 Foerster Algebra and Trigonometry Dolciani Algebra and Trigonometry Structure & Method Book 2 Lial Intermediate Algebra Geometry Jacobs? Jurgensen I am looking for a very rigorous course with thorough explanations. I have seen many comparisons on the Forester/Dolciani/Lial/Jacobs book's in past posts and I was wondering which has the most rigorous approach and also a somewhat self teaching method. Also in reference to the Dolciani
  22. I’m looking at Algebra II programs for my rising 10th grade dd. She used Jacobs for both Algebra I (8th) and Geometry (9th) and they have gone well. She seems to “get†that approach and likes the style of the textbooks. I’ve heard Jacobs described as a more “liberal arts†feel to math, and I guess that describes it (and her) relatively well. If anyone has used Jacobs Algebra I and Geometry, what worked well for Algebra II? If it helps, we used Singapore 4-6 after Saxon 3. I have considered Saxon Algebra II, but dd didn’t like the incremental approach the first time and I’
  23. I've said a few times this year that I've been disappointed in Foerster's Algebra 2 and that it's been a big struggle. So I've been looking at some other programs. I was all set to buy one of the video programs when I remembered one of my friends (whose son majored in some kind of engineering in college) suggested I look at Bob Jones, because it is rigorous. So I was able to see Bob Jones Alg. 2 in person today and I bought it. I spent a few hours with it this afternoon, working random problems and mapping out the rest of our year. Here are my impressions about some differences between t
  24. How many of the first lessons are review in Algebra 2? I had always heard that the first 40 or so lessons in Saxon were review. I was having my son do just the tests to determine where he should start in the book, and there was new material presented in lesson 11 (couldn't find anywhere in the Algebra I book where this was taught). So, does anybody know how many lessons are review in this book?
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