Algebra I Textbook
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 Available Lessons: 248
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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Chapter Topics
 Decimal, fraction and percent conversions
 Exponential expressions and properties
 Order of real numbers and operations
 Radical and rational expressions
 Algebraic equations and expressions
 Absolute value and matrix structures
 Graphs and solutions of inequalities
 Factoring terms and procedures
 The FOIL method and quadratic equations
 Polynomial functions and properties
 Geometric measurements, shapes and theories
 Reallife problems with percents, ratios and proportions
 Mathematical data, statistics and probability of events
 Theories of Einstein, Newton and Pythagoras
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