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Credits: 1
Prerequisite: Prealgebra
Recommended: 8th, 9th
Course Description: Students will engage in real world and handson problem solving while using their developing skills in algebra. Students will learn new material through animations, videos, reading, and guided practice. The topics covered in this course include: real numbers, algebraic expressions, graphing to solve inequalities and absolute value, graphing to solve linear equations, systems of equations, factoring polynomial equations, relations and functions, quadratic equations, radical and rational expressions and equations, and probability. Students will also do timed PSAT practice questions.
We do know of an algebra course that has a Spanish translation for its lesson text. There are two parts to the Algebra 1 course. You could use it, or you could use this to look up any extra help on a topic. The links will give you a list of topics.
Materials:
Books
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Lesson 1* (Note that an asterisk * indicates that there is a worksheet in this Lesson)
Welcome to your first day of school! I wanted to give you one important reminder before you begin. Many of your lessons below have an internet link for you to click on. When you go to the different internet pages for your lessons, please DO NOT click on anything else on that page except what the directions tell you to. DO NOT click on any advertisements or games. DO NOT click on anything that takes you to a different website. Just stay focused on your lesson and then close that window and you should be right back here for the next lesson. Okay?
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 This course has an offline option. If you’d like to be able to work offline, check that out. Also, the quizzes, which are daily, are available as a separate workbook if you are interested. Learn about online and offline book options here.
 *Print out your first quarter grading sheet. Save this sheet and record your scores.
 Lesson – Order of operations
 Then do the practice questions at the bottom.
 Practice – PEMDAS (alternate link for mobile devices) Click on the two numbers and the operator (the operator is the sign like plus, minus, divide, multiply) you want to use first. Then turn the dial to the answer.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5. We are going to be updating this course to not recommend a daily quiz. The lessons are taking a long time in themselves. The quiz book is available if you like the idea of the daily quiz.
Lesson 2
 Lesson – Evaluate algebraic expressions
 Practice – Do the odd numbers in Exercise 2.1.5 and Exercise 2.1.6 at the bottom of the page.
 Lesson – Simplify algebraic expressions
 Practice – Do the odd numbers #1 ~ #19 in Exercise 2.2.8 at the bottom of the page.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Solving Linear Equations
Lesson 3
 Lesson – Solve one and twostep linear equations. Study 1 through 4.
 Examples – Here are more examples if you need them.
 Throughout this course, if you understand the lesson, you don’t need to go through the extra examples. Use your time wisely while making sure you understand the lesson thoroughly.
 Practice – Solve onestep linear equations, Odd numbers 119
 Workedout answers
 Practice – Solve twostep linear equations, Odd numbers 119

 Workedout answers

 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 4
 Lesson – Solve linear equations using the distributive property
 Lesson – Solve linear equations with variables on both sides
 Practice – Odd numbers 129
 Workedout answers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 5
 Lesson – Solve linear equations with fractions and decimals
 Practice – Do the odd numbers 129 in Exercise 2.4.5 at the bottom of the page.
 Answer correction note for #19, highlight to read (x = 1/41 not 5/2 )
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 6
 Lesson – Solve absolute value equations. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples

 There is usually more than one worked example and you should study them all.
 You can read the Topic Text instead of watching the Worked Examples if you prefer reading.

 Examples – here are more examples if you need them.
 Practice –Odd numbers #1 ~ #27
 Workedout answers to use to check when you are finished. Make sure you understand what you got wrong.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 7
 Practice – Solve multistep linear equations, Odd numbers in Exercise 2.4.6.
 Practice – Solve absolute value equations, Odd numbers
 Video solutions
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 8
 Lesson – Determine the number of solutions to linear equations
 Practice – Determine the number of solutions to linear equations
 Practice – Determine the number of solutions to linear equations (challenge)
 Practice – Multistep linear equations
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 9
 Lesson – Linear equations word problems, Examples 1, 2, 3, 5, 6
 Practice – Exercise 2.5.6, Exercise 2.5.7, Exercise 2.5.8. Do at least three odd problems in each exercise. Study the examples on the page if you need more help.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 10
 Lesson – Distance word problems
 Practice – Distance word problems
 These problems in this lesson and in lesson 11 you may find hard. It’s not worth struggling to the point of frustration. This is your first time seeing it. You’ll get it better next time. If it’s a struggle, just work them through, writing them out, with the answers.
 The answers are on the page for you to check, but here are worked out solutions to help you.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 11
 Lesson – Mixture Word Problems
 Examples – Study the examples carefully
 Examples – Examples 7 and 8 need a little more thinking.
 Practice – Mixture word problems
 These problems in this lesson you may find hard. It’s not worth struggling to the point of frustration. You’ll see the topic revisited later. If it’s a struggle, just work them through, writing them out, with the answers.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 12
 Lesson – Solve equations and formulas for a specific variable. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review on the link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 13
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Solving Linear Equations. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Equations word problems

Play Jeopardy: Equations number word problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Graphing Lines
Lesson 14
 *Print out graph paper. You can print out several pages and hold onto them. This link is also in the materials list at the top of the course page.
 Lesson – Graph lines by plotting points
 Practice – Exercise 3.2.7, Exercise 3.2.8, Exercise 3.2.9 (odd numbers) at the bottom of the page
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 15
 Lesson – Find the slope from a graph. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review on the link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 16
 Lesson – Graph linear equations in slopeintercept form. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Do all problems.
 Practice – Do the Review on the first link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 17
 Lesson – Graph linear equations in standard form
 Practice – Do problems 1520 and 3142
 Answers are on the second page.
 Worked out Answers to odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 18
 Lesson – Graph linear equations using intercepts. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Graph linear equations in standard form
 Practice – Do the Review on the first link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 19
 Review – Graphing linear equations
 Lesson – Horizontal and vertical lines, Read OR Watch
 Practice – Horizontal and vertical lines
 Lesson – Parallel lines. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples
 Lesson – Perpendicular lines. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples
 Practice – Do the Review.
 Practice – Do the Review.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 20
 Lesson – Graph absolute value equations by plotting points
 Practice – Graph absolute value equations
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 21
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Graphing Lines. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Graphing linear equations
 Play Jeopardy: Absolute value equations
 The Newspaper Delivery Puzzle Take the points shown in the first diagram and try to come up with the shortest route before you scroll down!
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Finding Equations of Lines
Lesson 22
 Review – Graph linear equations in slopeintercept form
 Lesson – Write linear equations given a graph
 Practice – Write linear equations given a graph.
 Practice– Write linear equations given a graph, Questions #9 ~ #14
 Answers on the second page.
 Worked out Solutions to odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 23
 Review (Lesson 19) – Finding slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines
 Lesson – Write linear equations given slope and a point
 Lesson – Write linear equations given two points
 Practice – Write linear equations given two points
 Practice – Write linear equations in slopeintercept form
 Check your answers.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 24
 Lesson – Write linear equations in pointslope form
 Practice– Do at least four odd problems in each section.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 25
 Lesson – Rewrite equations in standard form
 Lesson – Write linear equations in all forms
 Practice – Write linear equations in any form
 Practice – Write linear equations in all forms, 112, 1720.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 26
 Lesson – Write word problems in slopeintercept form
 Practice – Write and solve linear equations in slopeintercept form given a word problem
 Check your answers.
 Review (Lesson 21) – Rate of change and slope, Do the Practice.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 27
 Lesson – Write word problems in standard form
 Practice – Write and solve linear equations in standard form given a word problem
 Check your answers.
 Review (Lesson 23) – Write linear equations given horizontal or vertical lines and one point, Odd numbers #33 ~ #48
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 28
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Writing Linear Equations. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Linear equations in pointslope form
 Play Jeopardy: Forms of linear equations
 Play Jeopardy: Linear equations word problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Systems of Linear Equations
Lesson 29
 Lesson – Solve systems of linear equations by graphing. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice– Solve systems of linear equations by graphing, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 30
 Lesson – Solve systems of linear equations by substitution. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Odd numbers 130.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 31
 Lesson – Solve systems of linear equations by elimination. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Odd numbers 130.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 32
 Practice (Review) – Solve systems of linear equations by graphing
 Practice (Review) Solve systems of linear equations by substitution
 Practice (Review) Solve systems of linear equations by elimination
 Practice (Review)– Solve systems of linear equations using any method
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 33
 Lesson – Number of solutions to systems of linear equations
 Practice – Find the number of solutions to a system of equations graphically
 Practice – Find the number of solutions to a system of equations algebraically
 Practice – Solve systems of linear equation using multiple methods. Do two problems in each section. Do all if you got any problem wrong.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 34
 Lesson – Basic problems
 Examples – Here are more examples if you need them.
 Practice – Basic problems at the bottom of the page. Make sure that you try to do the problems without looking at the solutions.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 35
 Lesson – Rate problems. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Read the Topic Text on the link above if you need them.
 Practice – Exercise 4.4.8 (odd numbers) at the bottom of the page. Study the examples on the page if you need more help.
 Practice – Do the Review on the first link above.
 Today’s lesson is that tricky topic again. If you are finding this hard, you could retake the quiz 10 for a better grade.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 36
 Lesson – Mixture problems. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Read the Topic Text on the link above for more examples.
 Practice – Exercise 4.4.7 (odd numbers) at the bottom of the page. Study the examples on the page if you need more help.
 Practice – Do the Review on the first link above.
 Today’s lesson is that tricky topic again. If you are finding this hard, you could retake the quiz 11 for a better grade.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 37
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Systems of Linear Equations.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Linear Inequalities
Lesson 38
 Lesson – Solve and graph multistep linear inequalities. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review on the link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 39
 Lesson – Solving and graphing compound inequalities
 Practice – odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 40
 Review (Lesson 6) – Solving absolute value equations, Do the Review.
 Lesson – Solve and graph absolute value inequalities. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 41
 Lesson – Graph linear inequalities in two variables. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Graphing linear inequalities
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 42
 Lesson – Graph systems of linear inequalities. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Graph systems of linear inequalities
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 43
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Linear Inequalities. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Multistep equations and inequalities
 Play Jeopardy: Systems of linear inequalities
 The Cook Oil Sharing Puzzle
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Review & PSAT Practice
Lesson 44
 You’ve finished the first grading period. Let’s do a review.
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from Solving MultiStep Equations
 Review from Solving Absolute Value Equations
 Review from Solving and Graphing Inequalities in One Variable
Lesson 45
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating.
 Calculate your grade for the first quarter. See your grading sheets for the details.
 In your portfolio you should include a couple of your assignments from this quarter. You could take screen shots of different quizzes/exercises. Keep all your written work. Keep your papers neat.
Lesson 46
 Take a look at sample questions (just to get a feel).
 *Print out a bubble answer sheet. (You need two for the whole course if you want to print two now and hold onto the second sheet.)
 Take a timed practice test.
 This is a timed practice test. Get a timer, a bubble answer sheet, and blank sheets of paper for your calculations. When you are ready, set the timer for 25 minutes and begin. Do not use a calculator. Mark all your answers on the answer sheet. Only answers marked on the answer sheet can be scored. After the test, make sure you review what you missed.
 Check your answers. Make sure you review the problems you got wrong.
Lesson 47
 *Print a bubble answer sheet if you don’t have one already.
 Take a timed practice test.
 Check your answers. Make sure you review the problems you got wrong.
Functions
Lesson 48
 *Print out your second quarter grading sheet. Save this sheet and record your scores.
 Lesson – Representing Functions and Relations. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Basic function practice
 Review – Try some distance problems. Review Lesson 10 if you need help.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 49
 Lesson – Domain and range. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Domain, range, and function review. Review Lesson 11 if you need help.
 Review – Try some mixture problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 50
 Lesson – Function notation and evaluating functions
 Practice – Evaluate functions in function notation
 Practice – Find the input of a function given the output (function notation)
 Practice – Evaluate function expressions from graphs
 Practice – Find the input of a function given the output from graphs
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 51
 Lesson – Identify linear functions,
 Practice – Identify linear relationships
 Lesson – Write rules for functions from tables
 Practice – Write rules for linear functions given the table
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 52
 Lesson – Graphs of linear, exponential, and quadratic functions
 Reference – Play with quadratic functions and exponential functions
 Practice – Identifying the correct type of function by analyzing the graph
 Lesson – Comparing linear, exponential, and quadratic functions
 Practice – Identifying linear, exponential, and quadratic functions
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 53
 Lesson – Average rate of change
 Practice – Average rate of change from tables & graphs
 Practice – Average rate of change word problems (from function equations)
 Practice – Average rate of change
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 54
 Lesson – Introduction to inverse functions
 Lesson – Graphing the inverse of a linear function
 Practice – Evaluate inverse functions
 Lesson – Finding inverse of linear functions algebraically
 Practice – Find inverses of linear functions algebraically
 Practice – Find inverses of linear functions algebraically, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 55
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Functions. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Function notation and evaluation
 Play Jeopardy: Linear and nonlinear functions
 Play Jeopardy: Functions and word problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Variation and Sequences
Lesson 56
 Lesson – Direct variation
 Practice – Solve word problems involving direct variation, Examples 8.9.1 through 8.9.12
 Practice – Direct variation
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 57
 Lesson – Inverse variation
 Practice – Word problems involving inverse variation, Examples 8.9.13 through 8.9.21
 Practice – Direct and inverse variation
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 58
 Lesson – Arithmetic sequences
 Practice – Questions #1 ~ #18
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 59
 Lesson – Geometric sequences
 Practice – Classify as arithmetic or geometric
 Practice – Questions #1 ~ #10
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 60
 Review – Explicit formulas for sequences
 Lesson – Recursive formulas
 Practice – Explicit and recursive formulas
 Practice – Write sequence formulas
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 61
 Lesson – Sequence word problems
 Practice – Sequence word problems
 Practice – Sequence word problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 62
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the sections Variation and Sequences. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Direct and inverse variation
 Play Jeopardy: Arithmetic and geometric sequences
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Radicals
Lesson 63
 Lesson – square roots, cube roots, nth roots, Examples 1 ~ 7
 Practice – Find square roots
 Practice – Find square roots of decimals and fractions
 Practice – Find cube roots
 Practice – Find higher order roots, problems (Click green dots and work on all 9 problems.)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 64
 Lesson – Simplifying radicals
 Lesson – Simplifying radicals (another method using prime factorization)
 Practice – Simplify radicals using the product property
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 65
 Lesson – Simplify radicals with variables. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Here are more examples if you need them
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review on the first link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 66
 Lesson – Add and subtract radicals
 Practice – Add and subtract radicals, questions 120.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 67
 Lesson
 Multiplying radicals, look at examples one through four
 Dividing radicals, look at the examples on the top half of the page before it talks about simplifying radicals in the denominator
 Practice – Multiplying radicals, Questions 1 – 10
 Lesson – Removing radicals from the denominator
 Practice – Dividing radicals, Questions 1 – 10
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 68
 Lesson – Solve radical equations. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – 1, 7, and 8 only
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review on the first link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 69
 Lesson – Applications of radicals
 Do the Practice as well.
 Lesson – Applications of radical equations
 Do the Practice as well.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 70
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Radicals. Here are activities you can use:
 Tutoring Session: Using radical expressions
 Play Jeopardy: Simplifying radicals
 Play Jeopardy: Operations on radicals
 Play Jeopardy: Review of radicals
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Exponents
Lesson 71
 Lesson – Zero and negative exponents
 Practice – Do the questions at the bottom of the page
 Practice – Evaluate negative exponents (with variables)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 72
 Lesson – Multiplying and dividing powers
 Practice – Product/Quotient Rules, Problems 1 – 10 and 21 – 30
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 73
 Lesson – Powers of products and quotients
 Practice – Power rules
 Practice – Power rules, Problems 11 – 20
 Challenge – Properties of exponents
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 74
 Review – Exponents rules
 Practice – Try the matching activity.
 Practice – Simplify algebraic expressions with exponents, odd problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 75
 Lesson – Introducing scientific notation
 Practice – Converting
 Lesson – Multiply and divide with scientific notation
 Practice – Multiplying and dividing
 Reference – Real life examples of scientific notation
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 76
 Lesson – Fractional exponents
 Practice – Odd numbers
 Practice – Evaluate numerical expressions with fractional exponents
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 77
 Lesson – Simplify rational exponents, Examples 1 – 12 & 14 – 16
 Practice– Do the odd numbers in Exercise 8.5.7 and Exercise 8.5.8 at the bottom of the link above.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 78
 Lesson – Exponential growth functions
 Lesson – Exponential decay functions
 Practice – Identifying exponential growth and decay
 Practice – Graphing exponential growth and decay
 Practice – Writing functions with exponential growth (word problem)
 Practice – Writing functions with exponential decay (word problem)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 79
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Exponents. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Exponent rules
 Play Jeopardy: Scientific notation
 Radical Pattern Puzzle
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Polynomials
Lesson 80
 Lesson – Introduction to polynomials, Read
 Practice – Introduction to polynomials
 Lesson – Add and subtract polynomials
 Practice – Add and subtract polynomials
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 81
 Lesson – Multiply polynomials by monomials
 Practice – Multiply polynomials by monomials
 Lesson – Multiply binomials by binomials
 Practice – Multiply binomials by binomials
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 82
 Lesson – Multiply polynomials
 There are several ways of multiplying polynomials. Check these examples out. You can use whichever method you like.
 Practice – Multiply polynomials
 Lesson – Multiplying monomials by polynomials (area model)
 Practice – Multiplying monomials by polynomials (area model)
 Practice – Multiplying binomials by polynomials (area model)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 83
 Lesson – Special binomial products. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Practice – Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 84
 Review – Multiplying binomials
 Review – Special binomial products
 Practice – Multiplying binomial
 Practice – Special binomial products, Odd numbers 119
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 85
 Lesson – Divide polynomials by monomials
 Lesson – Divide polynomials using long division (no remainder)
 Practice – Divide polynomials (no remainder)
 Check your answer.
 Challenge – Dividing polynomials using long division (higher order polynomials, no remainder)
 Click “Practice.”
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 86
 Lesson – Divide polynomials using long division (with/without a remainder)
 Practice – Dividing polynomials (remainder), Questions 115
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 87
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Polynomials. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Multiplying binomials
 Play Jeopardy: Multiplying and dividing polynomials
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Review & PSAT Practice
Lesson 88
 You’ve finished the second grading period. Let’s do a review.
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from Solving and Graphing Absolute Value Inequalities
 Review from Point Slope Form and Standard Form of Linear Equations
 Review from Rate Problems
Lesson 89
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from Representing Functions and Relations
 Review from Linear Functions
 Review from Inductive Patterns
Lesson 90
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from Simplifying Radical Expressions
 Review from Simplifying Expressions with Exponents
 Review from Multiplying Polynomials
 Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating.
 Calculate your grade for the second quarter. See your grading sheets for the details.
 In your portfolio you should include a couple of your assignments from this quarter. You could take screen shots of different quizzes/exercises. Keep all your written work. Keep your papers neat.
Lesson 91
 *Print a bubble answer sheet if you don’t have one already.
 Take a timed practice test.
 Check your answers. Make sure you review the problems you got wrong.
Lesson 92
 *Print a bubble answer sheet if you don’t have one already.
 Take a timed practice test.
 Check your answers. Make sure you review the problems you got wrong.
Factoring Polynomials
Lesson 93
 Review – Multiply monomials by polynomials
 *Print out your third quarter grading sheet. Save this sheet and record your scores.
 Lesson – Factoring polynomials using the GCF. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 1 – 11
 As a reminder, if you understand the lesson, you don’t need to go through the extra examples. Use your time wisely while making sure you understand the lesson thoroughly.
 Practice – Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 94
 Review – Factoring polynomials using the GCF
 Lesson – Factoring polynomials by grouping
 Examples – Examples 12 – 17
 Practice – odd problems
 Worked out Solutions to odd numbers (The third one has a typo. The first term in the question should be n cubed not n squared, as it is in the original problem.)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 95
 Review – Multiply binomials
 Lesson – Factoring quadratics of the form x^{2} + bx + c
 Read
 Or, Follow the steps
 Examples – Examples 1 – 5
 Practice – Odd problems 129
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 96
 Lesson – Factoring simple quadratics with a common factor
 Practice – Factoring simple quadratics
 Practice – Factoring simple quadratics with a common factor
 Practice – Factoring simple quadratics, odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 97
 Lesson – Factoring quadratics of the form ax^{2} + bx + c by trial and error
 Examples – Examples 1 – 8
 Practice – Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 98
 Lesson – Factoring quadratics of the form ax^{2} + bx + c by grouping. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 9 – 10
 Practice – All problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 99
 Lesson – Factoring special products. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 1 – 5
 Practice – Factoring special cases, all problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 100
 Review– Factoring quadratics in any form
 Practice – Factoring trinomials (a = 1)
 Practice – Factoring trinomials (a > 1). Do the practice.
 Lesson – Factoring quadratics with a negative common factor
 Practice – Factoring quadratics by grouping (+ with a negative common factor)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 101
 Lesson – Factoring polynomials completely
 Practice – Factoring polynomials completely, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 102
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Factoring Polynomials. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Factoring special polynomials
 Play Jeopardy: Factoring quadratics
 Tutoring session: Roman numerals and polynomials
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Solving Quadratic Equations
Lesson 103
 Lesson – Introduction to quadratic equations
 Lesson – Solving quadratics by taking square roots
 Examples – Examples 1 – 4
 Practice – Solving quadratics by taking square roots
 Check your answers.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 104
 Lesson – Solving quadratics by taking square roots
 Examples – Examples 6 – 7
 Practice – Solving quadratics by taking square roots, Questions 1 – 20
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 105
 Lesson – Solving quadratics by factoring (a = 1)
 Examples – Examples 1 – 3
 Practice – Solving quadratics by factoring, questions 120
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 106
 Lesson – Solving quadratics by factoring
 Examples – Examples 4 – 9
 Practice – Solving quadratics by factoring, questions 120
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 107
 Lesson – Solving quadratics by completing the square (a = 1)
 Practice – Completing the square
 Practice – Rewriting expressions by completing the square
 Practice – Solving quadratics by completing the square (a = 1)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 108
 Lesson – Solving quadratics by completing the square
 Examples – Example 7
 Practice – Completing the square
 Practice – Solving quadratics by completing the square
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 109
 Lesson – Quadratic formula
 Reference – Quadratic formula songs
 Memorize this formula! The quadratic formula is one of the most important formulas that you will learn in Algebra.
 Practice – Solving quadratics in standard form
 Practice – Solving quadratics using the quadratic formula
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 110
 Lesson – Deriving the quadratic formula
 Practice – Solving quadratics using the quadratic formula, all problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 111
 Review – Ways to solve quadratics, First 4 methods
 Lesson – Strategy in solving quadratics
 Practice – Strategy in solving quadratics
 Practice – Solving quadratics by factoring
 Practice – Solving quadratics using any method, odd problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 112
 Lesson – Number of solutions of quadratic equations
 Practice – Finding and interpreting the discriminant, Odd numbers 2128
 Practice – Solving quadratics using any method, even problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 113
 Review – Pythagorean theorem
 Lesson – Applications involving quadratics
 Practice – Applications involving quadratics
 Practice – Rectangle word problems, Odd numbers 115
 Worked out Answers to odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 114
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Solving Quadratic Equations. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Completing the square
 Play Jeopardy: Solving quadratic equations
 Tutoring Session: Perfecting the long kick in soccer
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Graphing Parabolas
Lesson 115
 Lesson – Parabola intro
 Practice – Parabola intro
 Lesson – Graphing parabolas by plotting points using a table of values
 Practice
 Check your answers.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 116
 Review – Identify key features of parabolas
 Lesson – Graphing parabolas by plotting the vertex and additional points
 Practice – Find the axis of symmetry and vertex given a quadratic function
 Practice – Graphing parabolas by plotting the vertex and additional points (vertex + more points, not necessarily intercepts), Problems 1 – 6
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 117
 Lesson – Introduction to vertex form
 Reference – Play with parabolas (vertex form)
 Practice – Follow the steps.
 Lesson – Graphing parabolas in vertex form (vertex + any two points)
 Practice – Graphing parabolas in vertex form (vertex + one point)
 Practice – Graphing parabolas in vertex form (vertex + key points),Odd problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 118
 Lesson – Graphing quadratics in factored form (xintercepts and vertex)
 Reference – Play with parabolas (intercept form)
 Practice
 Check your answers.
 Practice – Graphing quadratics in factored form
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 119
 Lesson – Standard form to vertex form
 Lesson – Standard form to intercept form
 Practice – Graphing parabolas in standard form
 Practice– Graphing parabolas in standard form
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 120
 Lesson –Forms and features of quadratic functions
 Practice – Features of quadratic functions (strategy)
 Lesson – Finding features of quadratic functions
 Practice – Features of quadratic functions
 Practice – Graphing parabolas in all forms, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 121
 Lesson – Writing quadratic functions
 Practice – Finding equations in vertex form given a graph
 Practice – Finding equations in vertex form given a graph
 Practice – Find equations in all forms given a graph
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 122
 Lesson – Introduction to parabola transformation
 Reference – Play with parabolas.
 Lesson – Shifting parabolas
 Practice – Shifting parabolas
 Lesson – Scaling and reflecting parabolas
 Practice – Scale & reflect parabolas
 Practice – Quadratic transformations. A parent function is the simplest function of a family of functions. The parent function of quadratic functions is f(x) = x^2. Compressing a parabola by a factor of 3 is the same as scaling the parabola by a factor of 1/3.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 123
 Lesson – Projectile (vertical) motion
 Examples – More examples
 Practice – Projectile motion
 Practice – Quadratics word problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 124
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Graphing Parabolas. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Standard form to vertex form
 Play Jeopardy: Characteristics of parabolas
 Play Jeopardy: Quadratic functions
 Tutoring Session: Rocket trajectory
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Rational Expressions and Equations
Lesson 125
 Review – Factoring quadratics with a common factor
 Lesson – Simplifying rational expression. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 1 – 11
 Practice – Simplifying rational expressions, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 126
 Review – Dividing fractions
 Lesson – Multiplying and dividing rational expressions. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 1 – 11
 Practice – Dividing rational expressions, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 127
 Review – Adding and subtracting fractions
 Lesson – Adding and subtracting rational expressions. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 1 – 10
 Practice – Add and subtract rational expressions, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 128
 Review – Solving linear equations
 Lesson – Solving rational equations. Do the Warm up, Presentation, and Worked Examples.
 Examples – Examples 1 – 3
 Practice – Solving rational equations, Odd numbers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 129
 Review – Solving quadratic equations
 Lesson – Solving rational equations
 Examples – Rational equations with no solutions, Examples 4 – 5
 Practice – Solving rational equations, odd numbers
 Challenge – ACT problems
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 130
 Lesson – Applications of rational equations
 Go through the lesson.
 Examples – Work through the examples in the Topic Text.
 Practice – Do the Practice.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 131
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Rational Expressions and Equations. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Adding and subtracting rational expressions
 Play Jeopardy: Multiplying and dividing rational expressions
 Play Jeopardy: Solving rational and radical equations (the last column is difficult. Try!)
 Tutoring Session: Conserving water
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Review & PSAT Practice
Lesson 132
 You’ve finished the third grading period. Let’s do a review.
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from Graphing Equations in SlopeIntercept Form
 Review from Graphing Systems of Inequalities
 Review from Mixture Problems
Lesson 133
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from NonLinear Functions
 Review from Solving Radical Equations
 Review from Fractional Exponents
Lesson 134
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review form Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring
 Review form Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square
 Review from Solving Quadratic Equations Using the Quadratic Formula
Lesson 135
 Do these three sets of review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Review from Graphing Quadratic Functions
 Review from Solving Rational Equations
 Review from Applying Rational Equations
 Time for a report card and portfolio/records updating.
 Calculate your grade for the third quarter. See your grading sheets for the details.
 In your portfolio you should include a couple of your assignments from this quarter. You could take screen shots of different quizzes/exercises. Keep all your written work. Keep your papers neat.
Lesson 136
 *Print a bubble answer sheet if you don’t have one already.
 Take a timed practice test.
 Check your answers. Make sure you review the problems you got wrong.
Lesson 137
 *Print a bubble answer sheet if you don’t have one already.
 Take a timed practice test.
 Check your answers. Make sure you review the problems you got wrong.
Data Analysis
Lesson 138
 *Print out your fourth quarter grading sheet. Save this sheet and record your scores.
 Lesson – Mean, median, mode
 Practice – Mean, median, and mode
 Practice – Effects of shifting, adding, and removing a data point
 Practice – Missing values given the mean
 Challenge – Median & range puzzlers
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 139
 Lesson – Measures of spread: range, variance, and standard deviation
 Lesson – How to find the standard deviation
 Lesson – The idea of spread and standard deviation
 Practice – Standard deviation of population
 Practice – Do the questions at the bottom of the page
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 140
 Lesson – Interquartile range
 Practice – Interquartile range
 Lesson – Constructing a box and whisker plot
 Practice – Creating box plots
 Lesson – Interpreting box plots
 Practice – Reading box plots
 Practice – Interpreting quartiles
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 141
 Lesson – Frequency table and dot plot
 Practice – Creating frequency tables
 Practice – Creating dot plots
 Practice – Reading dot plots and frequency tables
 Lesson – Histogram
 Practice – Creating histograms
 Practice – Reading histograms
 Lesson – StemandLeaf plots
 Practice – Reading stemandleaf plots
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 142
 Lesson – Shapes of distributions
 Practice – Shape of distributions
 Lessons – Comparing distributions
 Practice – Comparing distributions
 Practice – Comparing data distribution
 Practice – Comparing center and spread
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 143
 Lesson – Constructing a scatter plot
 Practice – Constructing scatter plots
 Lesson – Describing relationships
 Practice – Describing relationships of variables given the scatter plot
 Lesson – How to find a line of fit
 Practice – Eyeballing the line of best fit
 Practice – Equations of trend lines
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 144
 Lesson – Twoway frequency tables
 Practice – Read twoway frequency tables
 Practice – Create twoway frequency tables
 Lesson – Twoway relative frequency tables
 Practice – Read twoway relative frequency tables
 Practice – Create twoway relative frequency tables
 Lesson – Interpreting twoway tables
 Practice – Interpret twoway tables
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 145
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Rational Expressions and Equations. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Measures of center and spread
 Play Jeopardy: Boxandwhisker plot
 Play Jeopardy: Scatter plots, correlation, and linear equations
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Probability
Lesson 146
 Lesson – Intro to theoretical probability
 Practice – Theoretical probability of simple events
 Lesson – Experimental probability
 Practice – Experimental probability
 Lesson – Theoretical vs. Experimental Probability, Watch
 Practice – Theoretical vs. Experimental probability
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 147
 Lesson – Sample spaces and tree diagrams
 Practice – Sample spaces
 Practice – Tree diagrams
 Lesson – Sample space for compound events (table and tree diagram)
 Practice – Sample space for compound events (table and tree diagram)
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Lesson 148
 Lesson – Counting principle
 Practice – Counting principle
 Practice – Counting principle, questions at the bottom of the page
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Lesson 149
 Lesson – Probability of Independent Events
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 150
 Lesson – Probability of Dependent Events
 Practice – Do the Practice and Review.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 151
 Lesson – Mutually exclusive (disjoint) events
 Examples – Probability OR
 Practice – Finding the probability involving AND and OR
 Practice – Questions at the bottom
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 152
 Lesson – Learn about combinations and permutations. Try the first 6 examples on this video. You can try the rest of examples on the video if you want to.
 Practice – Permutations
 Practice – Combinations
 Practice – Permutations and combinations
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 153
 Lesson – Factorials
 Practice – Factorial, Do the Questions
 Lesson – Permutation formula
 Lesson – Combination formula
 Practice – Permutations and Combinations, Do the Practice.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 154
 Review – Do the Review.
 Lesson – Probability using permutations and combinations
 Practice – Probability using permutations and combinations
 Check your answers.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 155
 Catch up if you are behind. Review lessons and quizzes that caused you trouble.
 If you don’t need to catch up, review the section Rational Expressions and Equations. Here are activities you can use:
 Play Jeopardy: Fundamental counting principle
 Play Jeopardy: Probability of simple and compound events
 Play Jeopardy: Probability of compound Events
 Play Jeopardy: Permutations and combinations
 Tutoring Session: Probability game design
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score for extra credit.
Test Taking Tips & SelfReview
Lesson 156
 Read the chapter on studying for a math test. You can read other chapters if you want to.
 Create a test for EP Math Algebra 1. Make 20 problems from Lessons 1 through 79. Do not just copy the existing problems. Make up your own. Include the topics you had trouble with. Write your problems neatly on a clean sheet or sheets of paper with enough space to show all work. Keep the answer key separate. Title your work as Practice Test #1 and keep for later use.
Lesson 157
 Read about preparing yourself for success on the tests in the Standardized tests section. You could check out other sections if you want to.
 Create a test for EP Math Algebra 1. Make 20 problems from Lessons 80 through 150. Do not just copy the existing problems. Make up your own. Include the topics you had trouble with. Write your problems neatly on a clean sheet or sheets of paper with enough space to show all work. Keep the answer key separate. Title your work as Practice Test #2 and keep for later use.
Review: All Topics in Algebra 1
Lesson 158
 Review solving linear equations and inequalities. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 159
 Review graphing and writing linear equations and inequalities. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 160
 Review solving systems of linear equations and inequalities. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 161
 Review functions, variation, and sequences. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 162
 Review radicals. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Simplifying radicals
 Arithmetic of radicals
 Solving radical equations
 Radical equations word problems, Do the Review.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 163
 Review exponents. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 164
 Review polynomials and factoring. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 165
 Review solving quadratic equations. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 166
 Review graphing quadratic functions. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 167
 Review rational expressions and equations. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Simplifying rational expressions
 Operations with rational expressions
 Solving rational equations
 Rational equations word problems (Do the Practice.)
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 168
 Review data analysis. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 169
 Review probability. Do at least three of these review exercises.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Review: Solving All Types of Equations
Lesson 170
 Do these review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 171
 Do these review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 172
 Do these review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 173
 Do these review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 174
 Do these review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Lesson 175
 Do these review exercises. Work to get a perfect score. Use the links to go over the material again if necessary.
 Take the quiz, check your answers, and record your score out of 5.
Final Exam Week
Lesson 176
 Take Practice Test #1 you created in Lesson 156. Grade yourself and record your score on the first page of the test. Review the questions you missed and understand why you missed them.
 Make notes of the kinds of questions you get wrong repeatedly or you struggle with. Try to make your notes simple and clear so that you can review them quickly right before the final.
Lesson 177
 Take Practice Test #2 you created in Lesson 157. Grade yourself and record your score on the first page of the test. Review the questions you missed and understand why you missed them.
 Make notes of the kinds of questions you get wrong repeatedly or you struggle with. Try to make your notes simple and clear so that you can review them quickly right before the final.
Lesson 178
 Study on your own. Review lessons that caused you trouble. Check quizzes with low scores. Solve the questions you missed and understand why you missed them.
 Make notes of the kinds of questions you get wrong repeatedly or you struggle with. Try to make your notes simple and clear so that you can review them quickly right before the final.
Lesson 179
 Study on your own. Review lessons that caused you trouble. Check quizzes with low scores. Solve the questions you missed and understand why you missed them.
 Make notes of the kinds of questions you get wrong repeatedly or you struggle with. Try to make your notes simple and clear so that you can review them quickly right before the final.
Lesson 180
 Before the test:
 Take 10 minutes to review your notes from Lessons 176 through 179.
 Get a calculator and blank sheets of paper for your calculations.
 Keep in mind:
 There are 40 questions in the test.
 Write your answers clearly in the space given. Do your work on separate paper.
 There is no time limit, but you must complete the test in ONE sitting.
 Do not use a calculator unless specifically stated that you may.
 When you are ready, take your final exam.
 After the test:
 *Print out your final grading sheet.
 Grade your exam and record your score on your grading sheets.
 Calculate your final grade for the course. See your grading sheets for the details.
 Save your work for your portfolio. Save your final.
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