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You have conquered online algebra I. Now it is time to move on to algebra II. This course expands on the concepts you have learned in algebra I as well as add a few new subjects, such as manipulating functions, complex numbers, exponential growth, logarithmic functions, trigonometry, sequences and series, and circles and parabolas. This may seem quite overwhelming. If you are struggling with understanding all of this and having trouble keeping up in your class, online math classes can help.


ELearning Algebra II

At this point, you are expected to have a basic understanding of the concepts of algebra I. Now you are expected to be able to expand upon that understanding. Sometimes translating that knowledge over can be difficult, causing you to fall behind your classmates. Elearning will design a customized learning plan that is tailored to your specific needs. It gives you tutorials and worksheets to help you practice. You work at your own pace; there is no pressure to keep up with anyone. And, if you are having trouble recalling a specific topic from algebra I, you can go back and select a specific algebra I lesson to review. You also have access to qualified online math tutors. Tutors are available 24/7, so no matter what time you need assistance, someone is ready and willing to help. You can share files and a whiteboard with your tutor, so you both see the same thing at the same time. They can also explain the concepts in ways that you understand. There is no schedule to keep with these tutors, so you can work with them for twenty minutes or an hour and twenty minutes.


What You Need

In order to eLearn algebra II, you will need an understanding of basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division of numbers. You will also need to understand some of the concepts from algebra I. For the things you still struggle with, you can access manually for review on your eLearning website. Tools for success will include a graphing calculator to help solve equations and graph paper to physically draw out graphic equations.

ELearning offers you the ability to work at your own pace and gives you access to highly qualified online tutors. You can work on your problem areas at your pace, allowing you to catch up and keep up with the rest of your schoolmates.