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Course SummaryUse this convenient test prep guide to get ready for the New York Regents examination in Algebra I. Inside the course, you'll find engaging lessons that go over the concepts you'll find on the test, as well as assessments that help you commit important terms and concepts to memory.
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About This Course
Preparing for the New York Regents Examination in Algebra I is easy and simple with this test prep course. Using short and engaging video lessons, you'll review and walk through practice problems for all the algebra topics that will appear on the test. The course comes with plenty of practice quizzes and chapter exams you can take to make sure you fully understand these mathematical concepts. The course goes over many algebra topics, such as:
- Identifying algebraic units and modeling
- Understanding the structure of mathematical expressions
- Knowing the basics of polynomial operations, as well as rational and irrational numbers
- Creating, solving and graphing equations, inequalities and expressions
- Using statistics to understand data
- Learning how to interpret a linear model
- Analyzing, graphing and interpreting functions
- Working with exponential and linear functions
- Assessing quadratic and polynomial equations
About the Exam
The Regents Examination in Algebra I is a comprehensive mathematical test that adheres to New York Common Core standards. Broken into four main categories (number/quantity, algebra, functions and statistics/probability), the test contains a total of 37 questions in various formats, including multiple-choice and constructed-response questions. Students have a total of three hours to complete the exam and may only use an approved and school-administered graphing calculator and ruler.
Regents Examination in Algebra I (Common Core) Preparation & Registration
This test prep guide is an effective study resource that'll help you review high school algebra topics and practice their mathematical applications. You'll be able to study quickly and efficiently with our short and engaging lessons taught by expert math instructors. Take the course in sequence to get a comprehensive review of algebra topics or locate the information you need to focus on with our course dashboard. We've included lesson-specific quizzes and chapter exams to help you practice what you study.
The Regents exam is available to high school students living in New York state. Students can find upcoming test dates on the New York State Education Department's website and should verify the date and times with their schools.
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