First of all, you need specify what is exactly covered in Algebra 2. There are many possible subdivisions on Algebra in the context of college Algebra courses, and it all depends on each specific program.
In many contexts, Algebra 2 includes various systems of equations, higher order equations, inequalities, functions classification, exponential function, logarithmic functions, and much more, depending on the program and its breadth.
For example, an Algebra 2 course may consists of material as simple as quadratic equations, or it can get into more advanced stuff such as using Descartes' Rules of signs to find the number of real roots of the equation below:\[x^5 + x^4 + 3x^3 + 9x^2 + x + 5 = 0\]
Some times, Algebra 2 courses include Trigonometry or even some elements of Calculus, but the most common situation is to find that Algebra 2 restricts itself to system of equations and functions, for the most part.
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