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Buy BookSaxon Math Advanced Math is typically used after completing Saxon Math Algebra 2. It provides in-depth coverage of trigonometry, logarithms, analytic geometry, and upper-level algebraic concepts. It also includes continued practice of intermediate algebraic concepts and trigonometry introduced in Algebra 2 and features new lessons on functions, matrices, statistics, and the graphing calculator (see table of contents below).

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Lesson 1 - Geometry Review |

Lesson 2 - More on Area - Cylinders and Prisms - Cones and Pyramids - Spheres |

Lesson 3 - Pythagorean Theorem - Triangle Inequalities - Similar Polygons and Triangles |

Lesson 4 - Construction |

Lesson 5 - Exponents and Radicals - Complex Numbers - Areas of Similar Figures - Diagonals |

Lesson 6 - Fractional Equations - Radical Equations - Systems of Three Linear Equations |

Lesson 7 - Inductive and Deductive Reasoning - Logic - Contrapositive - Converse and Inverse |

Lesson 8 - Statements of Similarity - Proportional Segments - Angle Bisectors and Side Ratios |

Lesson 9 - Congruent Figures - Proof Outlines |

Lesson 10 - Equation of a Line - Rational Denominators - Completing the Square |

Lesson 11 - Circles - Properties of Circles - The Quadratic Formula |

Lesson 12 - Angles and Diagonals in Polygons - Proof of the Chord-Tangent Theorem |

Lesson 13 - Intersecting Secants and Tangents - Products of Chord Segments - Products of Secant and |

Lesson 14 - Sine, Cosine, and Tangent - Angles of Elevation and Depression - Rectangular and Polar Coordinates - Coordinate Conversion |

Lesson 15 - Assumptions - Proofs |

Lesson 16 - Complex Fractions - Abstract Equations - Division of Polynomials |

Lesson 17 - Proofs of the Pythagorean Theorem - Proofs of Similarity |

Lesson 18 - Advanced Word Problems |

Lesson 19 - Nonlinear Systems - Factoring Exponentials - Sum and Difference of Two Cubes |

Lesson 20 - Two Special Triangles |

Lesson 21 - Evaluating Functions - Domain and Range - Types of Functions - Tests for Functions |

Lesson 22 - Absolute Value - Reciprocal Functions |

Lesson 23 - The Exponential Function - Sketching Exponentials |

Lesson 24 - Sums of Trigonometric Functions - Combining Functions |

Lesson 25 - Age Problems - Rate Problems |

Lesson 26 - The Logarithmic Form of the Exponential - Logarithmic Equations |

Lesson 27 - Related Angles - Signs of Trigonometric Functions |

Lesson 28 - Factorial Notation - Abstract Rate Problems |

Lesson 29 - The Unit Circle - Very Large and Very Small Fractions - Quadrantal Angles |

Lesson 30 - Addition of Vectors - Overlapping Triangles |

Lesson 31 - Symmetry - Reflections - Translations |

Lesson 32 - Inverse Functions - Four Quadrant Signs - Inverse Trigonometric Functions |

Lesson 33 - Quadrilaterals - Parallelograms - Trapezoids |

Lesson 34 - Summation Notation - Linear Regression - Decomposing Functions |

Lesson 35 - Change in Coordinates - The Name of a Number - Distance Formula |

Lesson 36 - Angles Greater Than 360° - Sums of Trig Functions - Boat-in-the-Rive |

Lesson 37 - The Line as a Locus - The Midpoint Formula |

Lesson 38 - Fundamental Counting Principle and Permutations - Designated Roots - |

Lesson 39 - Radian Measure of Angles - Forms of Linear Equations |

Lesson 40 - The Argument in Mathematics - The Laws of Logarithms - Properties of |

Lesson 41 - Reciprocal Trigonometric Functions - Permutation Notation |

Lesson 42 - Conic Sections - Circles - Constants in Exponential Functions |

Lesson 43 - Periodic Functions - Graphs of Sin T and Cos T |

Lesson 44 - Abstract Rate Problems |

Lesson 45 - Conditional Permutations - Two-Variable Analysis Using a Graphing Ca |

Lesson 46 - Complex Roots - Factoring Over the Complex Numbers |

Lesson 47 - Vertical Sinusoid Translations - Arctan |

Lesson 48 - Powers of Trigonometric Functions - Perpendicular Bisectors |

Lesson 49 - The Logarithmic Function - Development of the Rules for Logarithms |

Lesson 50 - Trigonometric Equations |

Lesson 51 - Common Logarithm and Natural Logarithms |

Lesson 52 - The Inviolable Argument - Arguments in Trigonometric Equations |

Lesson 53 - Review of Unit Multipliers - Angular Velocity |

Lesson 54 - Parabolas |

Lesson 55 - Circular Permutations - Distinguishable Permutations |

Lesson 56 - Triangular Areas - Areas of Segments - Systems of Inequalities |

Lesson 57 - Phase Shifts in Sinusoids - Period of a Sinusoid |

Lesson 58 - Distance From a Point to a Line - Narrow and Wide Parabolas |

Lesson 59 - Advanced Logarithm Problems - The Color of the White House |

Lesson 60 - Factorable Trigonometric Equations - Loss of Solutions Caused by Div |

Lesson 61 - Single-Variable Analysis - The Normal Distribution - Box-and-Whisker |

Lesson 62 - Abstract Coefficients - Linear Variation |

Lesson 63 - Circles and Completing the Square |

Lesson 64 - The Complex Plane - Polar Form of a Complex Number - Sums and Products of Complex Numbers |

Lesson 65 - Radicals in Trigonometric Equations - Graphs of Logarithmic Functions |

Lesson 66 - Formulas for Systems of Equations - Phase Shifts and Period Changes |

Lesson 67 - Antilogarithms |

Lesson 68 - Locus Definition of a Parabola - Translated Parabolas - Applications |

Lesson 69 - Matrices - Determinants |

Lesson 70 - Percentiles and z Scores |

Lesson 71 - The Ellipse (1) |

Lesson 72 - One Side Plus Two Other Parts - Law of Sines |

Lesson 73 - Regular Polygons |

Lesson 74 - Cramer's Rule |

Lesson 75 - Combinations |

Lesson 76 - Functions of (-x) - Functions of the Other Angle - Trigonometric Identities (1) - Rules |

Lesson 77 - Binomial Expansions (1) |

Lesson 78 - The Hyperbola |

Lesson 79 - De Moivre's Theorem - Roots of Complex Numbers |

Lesson 80 - Trigonometric Identities (2) |

Lesson 81 - Law of Cosines |

Lesson 82 - Taking the Logarithm of - Exponential Equations |

Lesson 83 - Simple Probability - Independent Events - Replacement |

Lesson 84 - Factorable Expressions - Sketching Sinusoids |

Lesson 85 - Advanced Trigonometric Equations - Clock Problems |

Lesson 86 - Arithmetic Progressions and Arithmetic Means |

Lesson 87 - Sum and Difference Identities - Tangent Identities |

Lesson 88 - Exponential Functions (Growth and Decay) |

Lesson 89 - The Ellipse (2) |

Lesson 90 - Double-Angle Identities - Half-Angle Identities |

Lesson 91 - Geometric Progressions |

Lesson 92 - Probability of Either - Notations for Permutations and Combinations |

Lesson 93 - Advanced Trigonometric Identities - Triangle Inequalities (2) |

Lesson 94 - Graphs of Secant and Cosecant - Graphs of Tangent and Cotangent |

Lesson 95 - Advanced Complex Roots |

Lesson 96 - More Double-Angle Identities - Triangle Area Formula - Proof of the Law of Sines - Equal Angles Imply Proportional Sides |

Lesson 97 - The Ambiguous Case |

Lesson 98 - Change of Base - Contrived Logarithm Problems |

Lesson 99 - Sequence Notations - Advanced Sequence Problems - The Arithmetic and Geometric Means |

Lesson 100 - Product Identities - More Sum and Difference Identities |

Lesson 101 - Zero Determinants - 3 x 3 Determinants - Determinant Solutions of 3 x 3 Systems - Independent Equations |

Lesson 102 - Binomial Expansions (2) |

Lesson 103 - Calculations with Logarithms - Power of the Hydrogen |

Lesson 104 - Arithmetic Series - Geometric Series |

Lesson 105 - Cofactors - Expansion of Cofactors |

Lesson 106 - Translations of Conic Sections - Equations of the Ellipse - Equations of the Hyperbola |

Lesson 107 - Convergent Geometric Series |

Lesson 108 - Matrix Addition and Multiplication |

Lesson 109 - Rational Numbers |

Lesson 110 - Graphs of arcsine and arccosine - Graphs of arcsecant and arccosecant - Graphs of arctangent and arccotangent |

Lesson 111 - Logarithmic Inequalities (Base Greater Than 1) - Logarithmic Inequalities (Base Less Than 1) |

Lesson 112 - Binomial Theorem |

Lesson 113 - Synthetic Division - Zeros and Roots |

Lesson 114 - Graphs of Factored Polynomial Functions |

Lesson 115 - The Remainder Theorem |

Lesson 116 - The Region of Interest |

Lesson 117 - Prime and Relatively Prime Numbers - Rational Roots Theorem |

Lesson 118 - Roots of Polynomial Equations |

Lesson 119 - Descartes' Rule of Signs - Upper and Lower Bound Theorem - Irrational Roots |

Lesson 120 - Matrix Algebra - Finding Inverse Matrices |

Lesson 121 - Piecewise Functions - Greatest Integer Function |

Lesson 122 - Graphs of Rational Functions - Graphs That Contain Holes |

Lesson 123 - The General Conic Equation |

Lesson 124 - Point of Division Formulas |

Lesson 125 - Graphing Calculators |