View High School: Algebra 1
 Course type: Selfpaced
 Available Lessons: 77
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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Course Summary
Use this Algebra 1 course, which is offered through View High School, an AdvancEd accredited high school, to review concepts in algebraic equations, functions, inequalities, and more. This course is designed to help you reach your VHS goals, including earning credits towards your VHS degree, completing an independent study or achieving accelerated learning.to start this course today
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About This Course
This View High School course is designed to help you learn the fundamental concepts of algebra. Aligned with the common core, this course provides study in algebraic equations, functions, statistics and probability.
All VHS students taking this course must watch or read all lessons and successfully complete all of the quizzes. Other requirements for this course will be outlined in the syllabus, which is sent to you by your View High School instructor. These requirements could include chapter assignments, a final project or participation in discussion forums.
Your instructor is available if you have any questions or concerns along the way or if you need some additional practice. He/she will also monitor your progress as you move through this course.
Course Uses
This View High School course will help fulfill all VHS student goals including:
 Earning a high school diploma
 Credit recovery
 Coursework to supplement other high school programs
 Homeschooling
 Accelerated learning
 Nontraditional students, like student athletes
 Independent study
Course Topics
 Prealgebra review
 Algebraic expressions and equations
 Graphing equations
 Systems of equations
 Inequalities and functions
 Exponents and exponential expressions
 Polynomials functions and quadratic equations
 Introductory statistics and probability
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