Algebra I

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Algebra is the foundation course for many advanced courses in Schools, Colleges and Universities. Many students start with Pre-Algebra then move towards Algebra I and then finally take Algebra II. Advanced courses such as Geometry, Pre-Calculus, Calculus and Statistics has pre-requisite for Algebra I. Algebra I is the required course to pass high school diploma. Exams such as ACT, SAT and CAHSEE test extensive knowledge on Algebra I topics.

Algebra I Topics:

  • Topics from Pre-Algebra.
  • Simplifying expressions with numbers and variables.
  • Solving variables such as solving for x or unknown variables.
  • Linear equations.
  • Solving linear equations numerically and by graphing.
  • Exponential functions and logarithmic functions.
  • Linear equations of form y = mx +b.
  • Understanding how to create a line and equation from two points.
  • Writing linear equation in the slope-intercept form, point slope form and standard form.
  • Understanding of x-intercept and y-intercept in graphing and solving problems.
  • Substitution method in solving linear equations
  • Elimination or addition method in solving linear equations
  • Graphing method in solving linear equations.
  • Factoring algebraic expressions.
  • Factoring Binomial and Trinomial.
  • Quadratic Equations: Solving quadratic equations numerically and graphically.
  • Simplifying rational expressions and equations.
  • Solving algebraic expression with roots and radicals.

High School teaches Algebra I in 9th Grade but many advanced learners can take Algebra I in 8th Grade.

Why study Algebra I:

  • Algebra I is the pre-requisite for many mathematics courses in high schools.
  • Aptitude tests such as CAHSEE, ACT, SAT and many courses in mathematics, science and college need the knowledge of Algebra I.

 

Application of Algebra I:

  • Learn how to compute bills such as telephone bills, electricity bills and gas bills. Then analyze company that is a better provider in terms of cost saving.
  • Calculate time needed to reach any destination given speed and distance of drive.
  • Many jobs require knowledge of these Algebra I concepts.

 

 What is next after AlgebraI:

You are ready for more Mathematics then it is time to learn Algebra II and Geometry.

 About Algebra I:

High schools teach Algebra Icourse in 9thGrade.
Algebra II is taught in 10th Grade.

 Advanced learner:

It is very possible to complete Algebra I in High Schools in Grade 8 so you are with the bright group of students who are taking Algebra II in 9th Grade.

 Mathematics and Algebra I knowledge needed in Professional Education and standardized tests:

Nursing Schools

Army and Navy tests: ASVAB, CAHSEE, ACT, SAT,

Adult Education and College:

Many colleges require you to pass placement tests that have mathematics questions based on Algebra I. If you are not proficient in Algebra I then you are required to take foundation mathematics course in Algebra before you can take any advanced courses in community colleges and universities.

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