# Name: Date: Algebra II 1st Semester Objectives Midterm Review

Name: _________________________
Date: _______________
Algebra II
st
1 Semester Objectives
Midterm Review 2015
Chapter 5 (Quadratics – Unit P)
 AOS
 Vertex point
 Y-intercept
 Greatest common factor
 AC Method
 Graphing
 Factoring
 Completing the Square
4. Complex Numbers (imaginary numbers)
5. Simplifying Radicals (birthday cake breakdown )
6. Rationalizing the Denominator
 Inside – Outside Rule!
9. Converting from radical form to exponential form
(and back)
10. Simplifying exponential form
11. Solving exponential equations
12. Checking for Extraneous Solutions (plug back in!!)
Probability Unit
13. Factorials, Permutations and Combinations
 Factorial: arranging a WHOLE GROUP of
items
 Permutation: ORDER MATTERS!!
 Combinations: order doesn’t matter
14. Binomial Theorem (Pascal’s Triangle Expansion)
15. Probability of Multiple Events
 Dependent Events – events the influence
each other
 Independent Events – no influence on
each other
 Mutually Exclusive Events – cannot
happen at the same time!
16. Probability Distributions
 Frequency tables (using them to find
probability)
 Graphing probability distributions – bar
graph and table!
17. Conditional Probability
 Finding probability using frequency table


Tree diagrams – multiply through
branches!
Finding total number of outcomes
Univariate Unit
18. Mean, median, mode, range, Q1, Q3, outliers, IQR
19. Box-and-Whisker Plots
20. Percentiles
21. Standard deviation
22. Z-score
23. Standard normal curve (with percents!!)
24. Sample proportion
25. Ways to choose a sample (4)
26. bias
27. Margin of error
28. Interval of true population proportion
29. Tree diagrams (multiple through branches)
x n x
30. Binomial distributions ( n C x p q )
Chapter 13 (Trigonometry)
31. Identifying periodic functions
32. Amplitude
33. Period
34. Cycle
35. Sketching in standard position
36. Coterminal angles
37. Arc length
38. Converting radians to degrees (and back)
39. Unit Circle and Golden Triangles
40. Finding exact sine and cosine measures for given
angles
41. Sketching sine, cosine, and tangent functions
42. Writing equations for sine, cosine, and tangent
functions
43. Evaluating reciprocal trigonometric functions
44. Graphing reciprocal trigonometric functions
Chapter 14 (Trigonometric Identities)
45. Verifying trigonometric identities
46. Simplifying trigonometric expressions
47. Using trigonometric functions to find missing side
lengths or angle measures
48. Angle of elevation and angle of depression