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LEARNING COMPETENCIES Mathematics II Intermediate Algebra First Grading Period

Competencies A. Systems of Linear Equations Inequalities 1. Review the Cartesian Coordinate System 2. Review graphs of linear equations in two variables 3. Define a system of linear equations in two variables 4. Solve systems of linear equations in two variables 4.1. Given a pair of linear equations in two variables, identify those whose graphs are parallel, those that intersect, and those that coincide 4.2 Given a system of linear equations in two variables, find the solution of the system graphically. 4.3 Given a system of linear equation in two variables, determine whether or not their graphs intersect, and if they do, find solution of the system algebraically  by elimination  by substitution 5. Use system of linear equations to solve problems (e. g. number relations, uniform motion, geometric relations, mixture, investment, work) 6. Review the definition of inequalities; define a system of 6.1 translate certain situations in real life to linear inequalities. 6.2 draw the graph of a linear inequality in two variables 6.3 represent the solution set of a system of linear inequalities by graphing

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3 simplify results 5. 4. review operations on fractions 2. translate verbal expressions into rational algebraic expressions 3.2 Determine the solution set of a quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 by algebraic methods:  factoring  quadratic formula  completing the square 2.2 change two or more rational expressions with unlike denominators to those with like denominators. identify rational algebraic expression.1 find the least common denominator 4.3 Derive the quadratic formula 3. define root of an equation 2. 2. Simplify rational algebraic expression (reduce to lowest terms) 4. Define a quadratic equation ax2 + bx + c = 0 . Define a rational algebraic expression. Review simplification of fractions including complex fractions. domain of a rational algebraic expression. Solve rational equations which can be reduced to quadratic equation 4. distinguish a quadratic equation from a linear equation.1 Review the definition of solution set of an equation. Add and subtract rational algebraic expressions 4. QUADRATIC EQUATIONS 1.LEARNING COMPETENCIES MATHEMATICS II Intermediate Algebra SECOND GRADING PERIOD COMPETENCIES A. RATIONAL ALGEBRAIC EXPRESSIONS 1. Find the solution set of a quadratic equation 2. Multiply and divide rational algebraic expressions 2 4 3 4 3 Number of Days 3 3 6 2 1 1 2 2 . Use quadratic equations to solve problems B.

2 evaluate numerical expressions involving negative zero exponents 2. solve problems involving expressions with exponents B.3 rewrite algebraic expressions with 0 or negative exponents 2. RADICAL EXPRESSIONS 1.4 use laws of exponents to simplify algebraic expressions containing integral exponents 3. Demonstrate understanding f expressions with zero and negative exponents 2.1 Identify expressions which are perfect squares or perfect cubes. INTEGRAL EXPONENTS 1. solve problems involving rational algebraic expressions Learning Competencies MATHEMATICS II Intermediate Algebra THIRD GRADING PERIOD A.6.2 given a number in the form / x is not a perfect nth root.2 rewrite expressions with rational exponents as radical 2 2 4 Number of Days 4 2 2 2 3 3 4 1 1 2 2 . Simplify complex fractions 7.1 check for extraneous solutions 8. Review concepts related to positive integer exponents > the meaning of ax when x is a positive integer > laws of exponents > multiplying and dividing expressions with positive integral exponents 2. Review the use of scientific notation 4. Demonstrate understanding of expressions with rational exponents 2. Solve rational equations 7. name two rational numbers between which it lies 2. Review roots of numbers 1.1 use laws of exponents to simplify expressions containing rational exponents 2.1 give the meaning of ax when x is 0 or a negative integer 2. and find their square root or cube root respectively n 1.

SEARCHIN FOR PATTERNS IN SEQUENCES.3 rationalize a fractions whose denominator contains square roots 4.1 given the first few terms of an arithmetic sequence.2 given two terms of an arithmetic sequence. Demonstrate understanding of a sequence 1.1 identify the radicand and index in a radical expressions 3. Multiply and divide radical expressions 6. Simplify radical expressions 3. find the common difference and the nth term for the specified n 2.1 List the next few terms of a sequence given several consecutive terms 1.1 Define and give examples of arithmetic sequence 2. find the first 2 3 1 1 2 2 .2 simplify radical expressions n / x in such a way that the radicand contains no perfect nth root 3.3 Derive the formula for the nth term of an arithmetic sequence 2.2 derive by pattern searching a mathematical expression(rule) for generating a sequence 2.expressions and vice versa 3. GEOMETRIC AND OTHERS 1.2 Describe an arithmetic sequence by any of the following ways: > giving the first few terms > giving the formula for the nth term > drawing the graph 2. Add and subtract radical expressions 5.3. Demonstrate understanding of an arithmetic sequence 2. Solve radical equations 7. ARITHMETIC. Solve problems involving radical equations 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 LEARNING COMPETENCIES Mathematics II Intermediate Algebra FOURTH GRADING PERIOD A.3.

the common ratio or the specified nth term 3.2 State and apply the formula for determining the coefficients of the terms in expansion of (a+b)n VARIATIONS 1. direct square variations. Translate statements that describe relationships between two quantities using the following 2 2 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 2 . inverse variations or joint variations 3.4 Derive the formula for the sum of the n terms of an arithmetic sequence 2.2.1 Illustrate a harmonic sequence.7 solve problems involving geometric means 4. harmonic series and determine the sum of the n terms 4.6 Solve problems involving arithmetic sequence 3.3. Demonstrate understanding of geometric sequence 3.3 Derive the formula for the nth term of a geometric sequences 3. Define a harmonic sequence.6 Define a geometric mean: solve problems involving geometric means 3.3.1 Define and give examples of a geometric sequence 3.4 Derive the formula for the sum of the terms of a geometric sequence 3. find the common ratio and the nth term for the specified n 3.5 Derive the formula for an infinite geometric sequence 3.1 State and illustrate the Binomial Theorem 6. given two specified terms of a geometric sequence.1 given the first few terms of a geometric sequence. find the first term.5 Define an arithmetic mean. Introduce Binomial Theorem 6.2 Determine the harmonic mean of two numbers 4.2 Describe a geometric in any of the following ways: > Giving the first few terms of a sequence > giving the formula for the nth term > drawing the graph 3. solve problems involving arithmetic means 2. Identify relationship between two quantities in real life that are direct variations.3 Solve problems involving harmonic sequence 5. the common difference or a specified nth term 2.term. Define the following: > direct variation > direct square variation > inverse variation > joint variation 2. harmonic series and harmonic mean 4.

inverse variations or joint variation. 2 .expressions to a table of values. direct square variations. a mathematical equation or graph and vice versa  “___________ is directly proportional to__________”  “ ___________ inversely proportional to __________”  “___________ varies directly as _______________”  “___________varies directly as the square of______”  “__________ varies directly as the square of _______”  “__________is inversely as ___________” 4.Solve problems on direct variations .