# online course for "algebra 2 and trig"?

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You could do AOPS intermediate algebra and then cover just the last few chapters of Dolciani. There are only 3 trig chapters. The AOPS intro B will cover enough algebra to do that so you could put it into a summer after geometry. I'd probably also do the prob/stats chapter and the matrices chapter from Dolciani if the school does them -- I don't see it mentioned in their alg 2/trig course description.

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Thank you, Kiana!  I had a feeling you might have a good suggestion :)

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Right-triangle trig (which is what they do in AOPS geometry) is much easier, I promise!

(my precalc/trig students always breathe a sigh of relief when we get to this section) :D

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I need to relearn trig anyway (today, if possible *sigh*. Dd wants help with the last couple weeks of aops geometry, which involve trig, and I remember nothing)

Schaum's trigonometry (old edition PDF on CUNY)

http://math.sci.ccny.cuny.edu/document/show/2513

I'm at the library which has Demana's PreCalc 7th edition at Teen's Reference. Let me know if you want me to do a quick browse. I'm reading the library's copy of Anton's Calc anyway.

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Schaum's trigonometry (old edition PDF on CUNY)

http://math.sci.ccny.cuny.edu/document/show/2513

I'm at the library which has Demana's PreCalc 7th edition at Teen's Reference. Let me know if you want me to do a quick browse. I'm reading the library's copy of Anton's Calc anyway.

also

http://www.zaimoni.com/Trig.htm

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