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NYS Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents exam
The Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents exam is administered in January and June of every school year. Most students will take this exam after completing a one-year high school level Algebra 2 Trigonometry course.
The Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents exam is a 3-hour long exam that consists of four parts with a total of 39 questions.
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An Overview of the Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents Exam
All students in New York State must pass at least one of the three Regents math exams in order to graduate from high school.
To receive an Regents Diploma with Advanced Designation, among other requirements, students must pass all three math exams.
The Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents examination can test you on a wide range of topics, which include:
I. Operations with real and complex numbers; algebraic operations with fractions and radicals; factoring.
II. Solving quadratic equations, including those with irrational and complex roots; solving systems of equations.
III. Linear, quadratic, logarithmic, exponential, and trigonometric functions and their graphs.
IV. Transformations and functions.
V. Statistics, including normal curve; fitting a line or curve to data using least squares regression; scatter plots; correlation coefficient.
VI. Probability, including counting methods and probability in two outcome experiments.
VII. Trigonometric equations and laws.
VIII. Series and sequences.
|The Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents exam is a 3-hour long exam that consists of four parts with a total of 39 questions.
Graphing calculators are required for the Algebra 2 Trigonometry Regents examination. During the administration of the Regents exam, schools are required to make a graphing calculator available for the exclusive use of each student.
You will need to use your calculator to work with trigonometric functions of angles, evaluate roots, and perform routine calculations.
Knowing how to use a graphing calculator gives you an advantage when deciding how to solve a problem. Rather than solving a problem algebraically with pen and paper, it may be easier to solve the same problem using a graph or table created by a graphing calculator.
A graphical or numerical solution using a calculator can also be used to help confirm an answer obtained using standard algebraic methods.
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Private lessons with Dr. Donnelly
Dr. Donnelly, New York's leading Regents tutor, is now accepting a limited number of students for private tutoring and one-on-one intensive test preparation for the Regents Algebra 2 Trigonometry exam.
Lessons take place at our comfortable office located at 1460 Broadway, Suite 15017 here in Manhattan. Our quiet teaching rooms are fully equipped with whiteboards and all the necessary teaching materials required to provide an ideal learning environment. There is also a comfortable seating area for parents who wish to be present during lessons.
Online lessons with Dr. Donnelly are also available via Skype for those students who are unable to travel to our Manhattan location.
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