Algebra 2
Learning math can actually be fun and connective. Fellow teachers and homeschool families, here's the Algebra 2 program your students will thank you for.
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What's at stake?
Hello, my name is Robert Ahdoot. I'm the founder of YayMath.org, and the creator of this course.
Try asking anyone you know, "What's your math story?" Then watch as their faces either light up, contort with upset, or perhaps become thoughtful or reflective. Everyone has a math story.
Think of your
math story for a moment. How does it play out in your thoughts, and what's the best word that captures how your math story makes you feel?
Students everywhere are creating their math stories, right now.
Learning is among the most fulfilling of our lives' experiences. Students deserve to be engaged and inspired. To laugh along with goofy
class jokes. To feel validated because they have the same question as someone else in the room. This is the mission: to offer students a gratifying math experience.
Indeed, students need to learn math now, for their current coursework. But the stakes of this moment extend far after their math courses are behind them.
Students carry with them both positive and negative memories of
learning...
for the rest of their lives.
Decades from now, they shouldn't be saying, "UGH, I'm just no good at
math." They could be saying, "You know I really enjoy math; it's all
kinda like a puzzle."
It's no secret that their relationship with math now impacts the rest of their lives. Their career choices, selfesteem, and even feeling comfortable while talking numbers, or while handling their finances.
How we feel while we learn is so critical. This is the root reason why this course excites me, and why I'm grateful for your consideration in obtaining it.
Your Instructor
Robert Ahdoot began his teaching journey more than a decade ago as a classroom math teacher. Throughout that time, his personal mission was to explore every specific way to reach his students. He saw firsthand how learning ignited when he connected to them as people. When in such an elevated space, any prior feelings of shutdown they had experienced vanished. One mental note led to several, which led to a living and growing teacher playbook. Through years of dedication and focus on student connection, his classes became fun, lively, and positive beacons of learning for both him and his students.
Yet within so elevated a space, he and his students felt a restlessness. It was the dawn of the video era, and they knew that what they were stumbling upon something could truly benefit others, if they could only experience it themselves. So out came an impromptu camcorder perched atop a precarious stack of books, and the Yay Math movement was born.
YayMath.org is a free online collection of math video lessons, filmed LIVE in Robert's classroom, featuring authentic student interaction, that's both fun and emotionally connective. It has given life to now iconic, full costume math characters, like the "MathemaGyptian" and "MathemaChicken." Since its inception, Yay Math videos are viewed at a staggering 2 million minutes per month.
Yay Math's online proliferation has provided Robert the opportunity to give multiple TEDx talks on conquering math anxiety, speak at schools about how to permanently achieve inspired learning, create comprehensive online courses for homeschool families to use, and pen his debut book, OneonOne 101: The Art of Inspired and Effective Individual Instruction. It's the complete guide to connecting to kids, and it has been adopted by multiple school administrations as a blueprint for cultivating transcendent studentteacher learning relationships.
Robert lives with his wife and two daughters in California.
Course Curriculum

PreviewChapter 1 Full Student Packet (download & print)

Start11 Expressions and Formulas

Preview12 Properties of Real Numbers

Preview13a Solving Equations

Start13b Solving Equations (word problems)

Preview14 Solving Absolute Value Equations

Start15 Solving Inequalities

Start16 Solving Compound and Absolute Value Inequalities

PreviewChapter 1 Practice Test

StartChapter 1 Test

StartChapter 2 Full Student Packet (download & print)

Start21 Relations and Functions

Start22 Linear Relations and Functions

Start23 Rate of Change and Slope

Start24 Writing Linear Equations

Start25 Special Functions

Start26 Parent Functions and Transformations

Start27 Graphing Linear and Absolute Value Inequalities

StartChapter 2 Practice Test

StartChapter 2 Test

StartChapter 3 Full Student Packet (download & print)

Start31 Solving Systems of Equations

Start32 Solving Systems of Inequalities by Graphing

Start33 Optimization with Linear Programming

Preview34 Systems of Equations in Three Variables

Start35 Operations with Matrices

Start36 Multiplying Matrices

Start37a Determinants of Matrices

Start37b Solving Systems of Equations Using Cramer's Rule

Start38a Inverse Matrices

Start38b Solving Systems of Equations Using Inverse Matrices

StartBONUS VIDEO: Encrypting/Decrypting Messages Using Inverse Matrices

PreviewChapter 3 Practice Test

StartChapter 3 Test
"The Algebra 2 program was such a good investment for me and I’m so glad I made this purchase. I’m an adult returning to college, taking calculus classes and trying to comprehend the material can be challenging. Trying to make sense of it all while studying, I stumbled upon the Yay Math videos on YouTube. I found that the way Robert describes things made it so much easier for me to understand my college math classes. Ever since I found his videos, I’ve been watching all of them from Algebra to Trigonometry, and they’ve helped me get through my classes. Since his other videos were so helpful, and recognizing that I would benefit from more of a solid foundation in Algebra 2, I bought Robert's curriculum program. It’s so much easier to grasp the concepts now, and so easy to use. I would highly recommend this curriculum to anybody who needs a better understanding this material."
 Mario, Columbus OH
Here's what you can expect:
 You don't need a textbook. The curriculum is fully selfcontained.
 The program is complete, covering a full year's worth of Algebra 2 materials.
 It's easy and instant to implement. Access can begin minutes from now.
 The interface is mobile friendly, across all devices, and all browsers.
 All answer keys provided, by Robert's hand, written out stepbystep, using intuitive coloring, with a human and sometimes lighthearted touch.
 Yay Math's lessons are the only videos filmed in front of a live
classroom, with real student interaction. When you watch, you feel like
you're right in that room, sharing in the class's fun vibe.
For example, meet the "MathemaCHICKEN"...
 Get your time back. You no longer need to painstakingly find/create content, sift through the internet ocean, or constantly vet sources. All the work is already done for you, at a high quality level.
 Any negative relationship towards math will be turned around. Ever heard a student laughing while learning math? It ignites your heart.
 Best of all, students, parents, and teachers simply LOVE it. It's the way learning ought to be.
Let's just say it: it's time to stop subjecting our students to some of the dreadful learning practices of the past.
No more learning straight from the book, or from emotionless lectures. They only alienate students and stop learning cold. Every student, no matter where they are, deserves to have highquality math experience. To smile while learning.
Frequently Asked Questions
For teachers, your account gives you immediate access to a treasure trove of materials. The program works as an allinone online curriculum that's at your full disposal. You can use it to fuel your day's lessons, showcase videos as needed, and assign both onlinebased or written practice work. Every lesson plan is entirely done for you, including practice tests, chapter tests, and all handwritten stepbystep answer keys. All materials are also instantly downloadable for you to print/post.
Homeschool families use this platform as a comprehensive, endtoend online course. Students jump right in and learn, section by section.
Last but not least, independent students use this course for a variety of reasons (e.g. to build necessary skills for a college course, to prep for a standardized test, or for an upcoming career change.) Reasons for obtaining this program are as unique as people themselves. How about parents who retain access to the course materials, for whenever their children need immediate support in a high school or college class? Or grandparents who use this program to bolster their own understanding, so that they may be active participants in their grandchildren's education? Just spectacular.
The one year plan gives you full access for 12 months, across all devices you own. Or, for the cost of two years, it can be yours for life. This is ideal for teachers, or for homeschool families with multiple children. The lifetime option permanently maintains access for you, or for anyone you know who needs it. Even years from now.
Bonus offer for lifetime access: the editable files (in MS Word) are also available upon request to robert "at" yaymath "dot" org.
"Summer of sophomore year of high school, I decided to get ahead in math by taking algebra 2 over the summer. I spent nearly a week trying to find the 'perfect' online course that I wouldn't need a teacher for. I investigated nearly 20 online programs, all of them being faulty in some way. I remembered my homeschool friend who referred to Yay Math as a better Khan Academy. Finding out that he offered an online, selfpaced algebra 2 course, with a 'bundle' option that included algebra 2 and geometry, I knew I had to check it out. I decided to buy the course bundle because I have some siblings that will use it in the future. When I got the course, I was amazed at the amount of effort that was put into it. The answer keys had thorough explanations, and if any confusion was encountered Mr. Ahdoot replied really quickly. I found the course setup overall a unique approach to math. Every day I felt excited and motivated to finish the next lesson. I successfully finished algebra 2 over the summer, and I'm now taking precalculus. While I homeschooled for two years, I never found a course that I could 100% recommend to someone, I can now say that I've found one."
 Courtney, Dallas TX