On Oct 2, 2012, at 11:51 AM, Dave L. Renfro <renfr1dl@cmich.edu> wrote:

To me it seems MUCH more than I would expect in a typical

Algebra 2 class.

Given the list I posted as a start (which I repeat below along with a few topics I omitted)...

Polynomial Arithmetic

Factoring and Simplification

Simultaneous Equations

Graphing

Probability

Conic Sections

Binomial Expansion

Logs and Exponents

Absolute Value and Radicals

Complex Numbers

Factoring and Simplification

Simultaneous Equations

Graphing

Probability

Conic Sections

Binomial Expansion

Logs and Exponents

Absolute Value and Radicals

Complex Numbers

Series

Composite Functions

Combinatorics

What would you limit this list to? This is almost identical to the Dolciani S&M book minus the trig.

Bob Hansen