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Algebra I

List of Concepts Taught in Algebra I

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Properties of Numbers How numbers relate, combine, and behave with other numbers.

  • Integers - Add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Fractions - Add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Exponents – whole number, negative, and fractional
  • Scientific notation – convert numbers from standard to scientific and vice versa
  • Scientific notation – Multiplying and dividing
  • Radicals – estimating, simplifying, rationalizing the denominator
  • Radicals – add, subtract, multiply, divide
  • Polynomials – adding and subtracting (combine like terms)
  • Polynomials – multiplying (using distributive property) and dividing

Symbol manipulation Understanding reasons and developing efficient procedures for determining unknown quantities in an algebraic equation.

  • Solving linear equations
  • Solving quadratic equations by factoring, completing the square, grouping, and quadratic equation 
  • Solving exponential equations
  • Solving radical equations
  • Solving systems of equations
  • Solving linear inequalities
  • Solving equations for a variable

Graphical Representation How equations can represent a picture and vice versa. How changes in the equation affect the accompanying picture.

  • Understanding slope of a line
  • Linear equations in slope-intercept, standard, or point-slope form
  • Writing equation of line from two points, point and slope, or point and parallel/perpendicular slope
  • Writing linear equation from graphed line
  • Graph linear, quadratic, exponential, and radical equations

Algebra I Online Review and Practice

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