TNReady Integrated Math II

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  • Practice questions: 113
  • Practice exams: 2
  • Pages of review: 6
  • Videos: 95

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Integrated Math I didn't satisfy your mathematical cravings? Shmoop's guide to the TNReady Integrated Math II course provides a buffet of mathematical concepts to whet any appetite. With a spread of topics including numerical properties, rearranging quadratic expressions, solving equations, building functions, and dilating shapes, the TNReady Integrated Math II assessment is a feast for even the hungriest of minds. As if that weren't enough, the test serves up π in the form of statistics and probability on two variables for dessert.

Buffets aren't always well-respected in the foodie culture, but the TNReady Integrated Math II assessment is out to change that. Its tasty offerings are plated using avant-garde question types that require graphing, filling in the blanks, clicking on parts of a table or figure, and dragging selectable options to complete images.

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  • an in-depth review of all covered topics
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Sample Content

Manipulating expressions is one of the first steps to solve quadratic equations. Because there are several methods to solve them, the form in which a quadratic is written may make one method easier than another. Practicing how to know what solving method works best for a particular equation saves us from having to buy an Acme Quadratic Equation Solver for an exorbitant amount of money.

The simplest way to solve a quadratic is by using a method called inspection. Inspection literally means to look at the problem and know the answer. It sounds kind of Zen. It's not necessary to be one with the universe to make this happen; just remember the basics of algebra.

Consider the equation x2 = 49. Go-go-gadget-brain-waves! We close our eyes, turn on the yoga music, and let the answer float to us on the breeze. The solutions must be x = 7 and x = -7 because, when those numbers are squared, the result is 49. Thanks, universe!

A slightly more difficult example is x2 = 5. The universe might take a bit longer to process this one, but it still sends the answer back without any work from us. Both and - equal five when they're squared, so they're the solutions to the equations. This is like ESP. How did we know that answer? We just knew. Spooky.

Now consider the problem x2x = 12. Okay, universe, send the answer! Hello? Anyone there? Shoot, the universe is remaining silent on this one, so it's time to pull out the pencils.