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# What Are Algebra 2 Trig Requirements for the Regents Exam?

As of 2014, the mathematical concepts tested on the Algebra II and Trigonometry section may include factors, quadratic equations, statistics, trigonometric equations and probability. All test takers must bring a graphing calculator to the exam. Graph paper is provided.

Continue ReadingThe Regents Exam test booklet also contains a reference sheet with some, but not necessarily all, of the formulas that may be used to solve test questions.

Videos on specific test subjects, such as Algebra II and Trigonometry, can be found on the education page of public broadcasting station WCNY's website. EngageNY provides an overview of the entire math portion of the Regents exam in its Common Core section. As of 2014, the websites of the Office of State Assessment and the New York State Education Department provide PDF files on the requirements for the Algebra II and Trigonometry portions of the Regents exam. This information includes test specifications, prior tests and scoring guides and common core math curriculum.

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