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I'm an on-going 8th grader, and I'm taking a class for Algebra 2. What should I expect that is different from Algebra 1?

P.S. I've taken Geometry online.

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  1. You'll be covering rational functions, asymptotes, logarithms, inverse functions, and more.

    Go to your local used-book store, and buy a cheap text for Algebra II. Then, go for it -- with more tools at your disposal, the kinds of problems you can solve get much more interesting!

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