Algebra 2 Screencasts!

I’m teaching Algebra 2 for the first time in many years, so I am recording lots of screencasts for it. I’m putting them into a YouTube playlist, and you can access them all here. So far, I’ve covered completing the square, linear inequalities, radical and quadratic form equations, absolute value equations and inequalities, solving quadratic equations, basic tools of graphing, lines, circles, function basics, graphing functions, transformations, and functions operations and composition. (Whew!)

If you’re really bored and want to binge-watch them, here you are:


Transformations of Functions

Well, it’s time to start cranking up the online lectures for my Honors Precalculus classes, and the first one of the year is all about transforming graphs of functions. That means shifting left, right, up, and down, reflecting on x and y-axes, and scale changes. I hope you enjoy my explanation of this exciting topic!