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Algebra 1 (630) Course Outline

**Algebra 1 (630) **

**1. Data and Graphs **

Collect and interpret data, measures of central tendency, statistical graphing including, stem and leaf plots, circle, line and bar graphs, pictographs, box and whisker plots and lines of bets fit.

**2. Measurement **

Working with units of measure, perimeters of polygons, areas of parallelograms and triangles, ratio and proportion, scale drawings, circumference and area of a circle and area of irregular shapes.

**3. Real Numbers and Variable Expressions **

Operations with signed numbers, order of operations, properties of real numbers, variables and expressions, laws of exponents, scientific notation and square/square roots.

**4. Two and Three Dimensional Geometry **

Language of geometry, polygons and polyhedra, nets of solids, isometric and orthogonal drawings, volume and surface area of prisms and cylinders and volume of pyramids and cones.

**5. Equations and Inequalities **

Using ASMD to solve one-step equations, solving two-step equations, combining like terms in equations, using formulas, problem-solving skills, graphing open sentences and solving inequalities.

**6. Equations and Percents **

Percents and Proportions, writing equations for percents, problems involving percents such as tax, discounts, simple interest, commission, sales and expenses, and percent of increase and decrease.

**7. Functions and Graphs **

Qualitative graphing, coordinate plane, relations and functions, linear graphs, slope, slope-intercept form of an equation, distance formula and Pythagorean theorem, solutions of linear and non-linear graphs.

**8. Relationships in Geometry**

Angles and Transversals, constructions, diagonals and angles of polygons, translations, reflections, rotations, line symmetry, tessellations and problem solving.

**9. Probability **

Introduction to simple probability, experimental and theoretical probability, sample spaces and tree diagrams, fundamental counting principle, independent and dependent events, making predictions, and expected value and fair games.

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