NY Regents Exam  Integrated Algebra: Tutoring Solution
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If you're looking for help as you prepare for the NY Regents Integrated Algebra Exam, check out this interactive tutoring course. Review only the video lessons you want to, or even just parts of the lessons using our video tabs feature, in order to get the very best score you can on the exam.to start this course today
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This tutoring solution will benefit any student who is trying to learn NY Regents Exam  integrated algebra material and prepare for the exam. This resource can help students including those who:
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Learning Objectives
 Become familiar with number theory and basic arithmetic.
 Solve problems that involve fractions, decimals and percents.
 Understand how to solve problems that include exponents, exponential expressions, radical expressions or algebraic expressions.
 Learn how to distribute terms in algebra.
 Explain how to solve algebraic linear equations and inequalities.
 Discuss matrices and absolute value.
 Understand what functions are.
 Learn how to factor with variables.
 Solve quadratics and polynomials.
 Be able to graph functions.
 Evaluate rational expressions.
 Perform calculations involving ratio, proportion and percent.
 Understand how to use mathematical sets.
 Discuss statistics and probability.
 Become familiar with probability mechanics.
 Learn how to work with data.
 Take a look at some wellknown equations.
 Explain the basics of trigonometry.
 Be able to take measurements in algebra.
 Describe the use of geometry in algebra.
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