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Course SummaryGet ready for the Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam with this comprehensive study guide. The course offers dynamic lessons and mini quizzes that will help you sharpen your math skills and refresh your understanding of the exam's algebra concepts.
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About This Course
This course can be used to prepare for the Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam. You can go over the rules and equations of algebra with our engaging lessons. We also provide detailed information about functions and uses of data. Our chapters are set up to help you study:
- Real numbers, quantities and equivalent expressions
- Polynomials and systems of equations
- Algebraic, linear and quadratic equations
- How to understand and build functions
- Polynomial functions and graphing
- Methods to analyze and graph data
- Ways to interpret linear models
About the Exam
The state of Washington administers the Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam to high-school students at the end of their Algebra 1 course. You will have 150 minutes to complete the exam. The exam includes multiple-choice, completion, and short-answer problems.
Preparing & Registering for the Washington Algebra 1 EOC Exit Exam
You can take this course to get familiar with algebraic concepts to ensure you're ready for the Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam. Our lessons are supported by mathematics experts, who are available to answer any questions you might have about this subject. Additionally, there are self-assessment quizzes throughout this study guide, allowing you to make sure you can apply the algebraic skills you're reviewing.
The Washington Algebra 1 EOC exit exam is given by schools in the state of Washington. Each school decides when the test will be administered, but they must be given in the final three weeks of school.
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