ADVANCED ALGEBRA LESSONS
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Advanced Algebra Curriculum
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Title DescriptionAdvanced Algebra Lesson 307  Solve two inequalities in one variable joined with the conjunction OR. This lesson is appropriate for the "end" of a Basic Algebra course. 

Advanced Algebra Lesson 308  Also appropriate for Basic Algebra, we solve two inequalities in one variable joined with the conjunction AND.  
Arithmetic within Functions  We can take sums, differences, products, and quotients within and between functions.  
Basic Algebra Problem 302  This is a basic algebra lesson appropriate for both the "end of basic algebra" and the "beginning of advanced algebra."  
Domains of Functions  When our functions have to stay within real values we cannot divide by zero or take an even root of a negative value. This Lesson is also a Problem Set. 

Even and Odd Functions  A lesson in EVEN and ODD functions in two variables. The rule: EVEN means f(x) = f(x); ODD means f(x) = f(x). 

Graph two linear inequalities  We make a simple graph of the intersection of two regions in x and y.  
Multiplying Polynomials  When we multiply polynomials we sum individual products. We multiply each term in one polynomial times each term in the other polynomial. 

Sigma Notation 110  A basic explanation of Sigma Notation, to take a sum of n terms.  
Sigma Notation 111  We evaluate sums of n terms from sigma notation. We discuss "Rainbow Addition" for APs. 

Sigma Notation 112  We take a good look at an Arithmetic Progression with Sigma Notation and Rainbow Addition.  
Sigma Notation 113  We have 40 terms to sum in this AP, or Arithmetic Progression. We show how the formula for the sum of an AP works. 

Sigma Notation 114  A more involved AP with 263 terms. We take a good look at the formula for an Arithmetic Progression, with Rainbow Addition. 

Sigma Notation 115  A story about Gauss and a famous AP, or Arithmetic Progression. We add the first 100 positive integers. 

The Ferry Problem  We take a more involved look into the spreadsheet to maximize the daily revenue of the ferry. As a quadratic function, its graph is a parabola whose vertex is the maximum daily revenue. 