# Intermediate Algebra

From Wikibooks, open books for an open world

A Wikibookian suggests that this book or chapter be merged into Algebra.Please discuss whether or not this merge should happen on the discussion page. |

This **Intermediate Algebra** textbook is designed as a chronological course to guide you through High School Algebra (sometimes called Algebra II in some locations). This textbook assumes you have completed Arithmetic and Algebra. Although not required, Intermediate Algebra is normally taken the year after Geometry.

This book is part of a series on **Algebra:**

Basic Algebra

Algebra

**Intermediate Algebra**

Linear Algebra

Abstract Algebra

Intro to Rings and Algebras

## Algebra I

### Review of previous concepts

### First Degree Equations and Inequalities

- Expressions
- Solving Equations
- Solving Word Problems
- Absolute Value Equations
- Solving Inequalities
- Compound & Absolute Value Inequalities
- Chapter Test
- Chapter Test Answers

### Linear Functions

- Functions
- Linear Equations
- The Coordinate (Cartesian) Plane
- Slope
- Writing Linear Equations
- (Optional) Scatter Plots
- Special Functions
- Graphing Inequalities

### Systems of Equations

- Solving Systems of Equations By Graphing
- Algebraically Solving Systems of Equations
- Systems of Inequalities
- Solving Systems of Equations In Three Variables

### Matrices

### Polynomials

## Algebra II

### Quadratic Functions and Inequalities

### Polynomial Functions

### Conic Sections

### Rational Expressions and Equations

This is a hyperbola with center at (0,0) and asymptotes are and . The transverse axis is .

### Exponential and Logarithmic Relations

- Exponential Functions