The primary goal in Algebra 1 is to help students transfer their concrete mathematical knowledge to more abstract algebraic generalizations. Algebra 1 topics include functions; equations, inequalities, and word problems in one and two variables; graphs of lines; systems of equations and inequalities; statistics; polynomials; quadratic equations; and problem-solving.
Algebra I, McDougal-Littell 2007 (author: Larson) ISBN: 9780-618-594-023 Under "Class Details" see the Class Attachment for a picture of the textbook. Other Supplies: graphing calculator
Pre-Algebra or permission of the instructor. If students are NOT CURRENTLY ENROLLED in a Math or English class at KEYS, we are requiring Placement Evaluations to be sure they are placed at the best level to help them be successful in the coming year. Please contact the office to schedule an evaluation prior to class selection.
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