Basic Math

Algebra

New Algebra

Whole Number Operations



1.1 Place Value of Whole Numbers 
Rectangle Perimeter Word Problems 
4.4 Applications using Systems of equations 
1.2 Rounding Whole Numbers 
Triangle Perimeter Word Problems 
14.2 Systems of linear equations in 3 variables 
1.3 Addition of Whole Numbers 
Mixture Word Problems with Dollar Values 
5.1 Rules to exponents 
1.4 Subtraction of Whole Numbers 
Mixture Word Problems with Percents I 
5.2 Integer Exponents 
2.1 Multiplication of Whole Numbers 
Mixture Word Problems with Percents II 
5.3 Scientific Notation 
2.2 Division of Whole Numbers 
Coin Problems 
5.5 Adding and Subtracting Polynomials 
2.3 Exponents 
Equations of a Line given the Slope and yintercept 
5.6 Multiplying Polynomials 
2.4 Order of Operations 
Equation of a Line given the Slope and a Point on the Line 
5.7 Dividing Polynomials 
3.1 Solving Equations 
Equation of a Line given Two Points on the Line 
6.1 Factoring using the GCF 
3.2 Word Problems using Whole Numbers 
Equations of Vertical and Horizontal Lines 

3.3 Geometric Applications – Perimeter 
Equation of a Line Parallel to another Line 

3.4 Geometric Applications – Area and Volume 
Equation of a Line Perpendicular to another Line 

3.5 Divisibility Rules 
Equations of lines Parallel or Perpendicular to a Vertical or Horizontal line 

3.6 Prime Numbers and Composite Numbers 
Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables 

3.7 Prime Factorization and Factors 
Graphing Linear Inequalities in Two Variables – Vertical and Horizontal Lines 

3.8 The GCF (Greatest Common Factor) 


3.9 The LCM (Least Common Multiple) 





Operations With Fractions



P.1 Prime Factorization and Factors 


P.2 The GCF (Greatest Common Factor) 


P.3 The LCM (Least Common Multiple) 


4.1 Introduction to Fractions 


4.2 Simplifying Fractions 


4.3 Reading a Ruler 


5.1 Multiplication with Fractions 


5.2 Division with Fractions 


5.3 Solving Equations of the Form ax=b 


6.1 Reviewing the LCM and Equivalent Fractions 


6.2 Addition with Fractions 


6.3 Subtracting and Comparing Fractions 


6.4 Addition with Mixed Numbers 


6.5 Subtraction with Mixed Numbers 





Decimals, Ratios, Proportions, & Percents



7.1 Introduction to Decimals 


7.2 Adding and Subtracting Decimals 


7.3 Multiplying with Decimals 


8.1 Dividing with Decimals 


8.2 Circumference and Area of a Circle 


8.3 Fractions and Decimals 


8.4 Arranging and Comparing with Decimals 


2.1 Ratios and Unit Price 


2.2 Proportions 


2.3 Solving Equations of the form a·x=b 


2.4 Solving Proportions 


2.5 Applications of Proportions 


3.1 Converting Percents to Fractions and Decimals 


3.2 Converting a Decimal or a Fraction to a Percent 


3.3 Solving Percent Problems using Proportions 


3.4 Solving Percent Problems by Translating 


3.5 Solving Percent Problems using the Percent Equation 


3.6 Applications Involving Percents 


3.7 Applications Involving Percent Increase or Decrease 


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