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Function tables and notation
Domain and Range
Discrete and Contiuous
Linear Function Pattern
Comparing Linear and Nonlinear
Solving Inequalities using addition and Subtraction
Solving inequalities using multiplication and division
Solving multi-step inequalities
Graphing linear inequalities with two variable with two variables
Solving Geometric problems using inequalities
Solving system of inequalities
Absolute value inequalities and graphing on the number line
Graphing absolute value functions
Transformation of graph
Operations with polynomials
Adding and subtract poynomials
Multiplying a monomial by a monomial
Multiplying a polynomial by a monomial
Factoring greatest common factor
Factoring the difference of two perfect squares
With lead coefficients one one
With lead coefficients other than one
Factoring Special Products
Perfect Square Trinomials
Product of the sum and difference
Factoring by grouping
Discrete and Continuous Domains
Linear Function Patterns
Special Functions-Piecewise, absolute value and step functions
Comparing Linear and Nonlinear Functions
Writing and Graphing Inequalities
Solving Inequalities Using Addition or Subtraction
Solving Inequalities Using Mulitplication and Division
Solving Multi-step Inequalities
Solving Compound Inequalities
Graphing Linear Inequalities in two variables
Solving Systems of Inequalities
Adding and Subtracting Polynomials
Special Products of Polynomials
Solving Polynomial Equations in Factored Form
Factoring Polynomials using GCF
Factoring trinomials with lead coefficient on 1
Factoring trinomials with lead coefficient other than 1
Factoring special products
Factoring by grouping
How can we determine if a relation is a function?
How can you find the domain and range of a function?
How are independent variables and dependent variables different?
Why does the vertical line test help determine if a relation is a function?
How can we determine if a function is discrete or continuous?
How can you use a linear function to describe a linear pattern?
Why is a linear function a graph of a non-linear line?
How can you use function notation to represent a function?
How can you recognize when a pettern in real life is linear or nonlinear?
How do graph a piecewise function?
What real life situations can be modeled by piecewise functions?
How do we graph step functions?
What real life situations can be modeled by step functions?
How do we graph absolute value functions?
What real life situations can be modeled by absolute value functions?
Does a non-linear function have a constant rate of change?
How are arithmetic sequences used to describe a pattern?
How does an inequalitiy statement differ from an equation?
How can we determine the solutions to the inequality?
How can we graph (display) the solutions to an inequaltiy?
What are alternate ways we can describe solution sets?
When do we include the stated value and when do we exclude it?
What are real life situations that can be modeled by inequalities?
What properties hold true when solving inequalities?
Can you explain why those that do not, do not?
Can can you use an inequalitiy to describe the area and perimeter of a composite figure?
What does a compound inequality represent?
How does an absolute value inequality look on a graph?
How can we represent solutions to inequalities with two variables on a coordinate plane?
How can we know exclusivity or inclusivity on the boundry lines?
How can you use algebra tilles to model and classify polynomials?
How can you determine the degree of a polynomial?
How can we find a sum of polynomials?
How can we determine the difference of polynomials?
Can you describe the difference in finding a sum and difference of polynomials?
What methods can be used to find the product of two binomials?
Can you determine the patterns of special products?
How can you solve an equation that is written in factored form?
What is the connection between the roots, solutions and zeros of a polynomial equation?
How can we rewrite a polynomial as the product of factors?
What is the only type of binomial that factors into two binnomials? Why?
What do the signs in the binomal factors tell you about the polynomial in standard form?
Can you recgonize and factor special products?
How does using commutative and associative properties help us to factor by grouping?
What do like terms physically look like?
Use the vertical line test to determine if a given relation is a function
Determine the domain and range of a function
Write the domain and range in multiple forms
Determine restrictions of domain and range
Determine if a domain is discrete or continuous
Write functions and graph functions based on real life situations
Examine patterns in functions
Use patterns to write functions
Determine the common differences in linear functions
Graph and state domain and ranges of piecewise, absolute value and step functions
Examine the translations of the functions
Solve multi-step inequalties in one variable
Graph solutions to inequalities on number line
Solve compound inequalities and graph on the number line
Solve absolute value inequalities and graph on the number line
Solve multi-step absolute value inequalities and graph on the number line
Solving and graphing inequalities with two variables and graph on the coordinate plane
Solve geometric problems with inequalities
Determine if a term is a monomial
Determine the number of terms and degree of a given polynomial
Add, subtract, mulitply and divide polynomials (by monomials only)
Factoring polynomials using GCF
Factoring by grouping
vertical line test
positive, negative, increasing, decreasing, extrema and end behavior
constant of variation
rate of change
modeling with linear functions
absolute value functions
absolute value inequalities
degree of monomial
degree of polynomial
greatest common factor
differene of two perfect squares
factoring by grouping
Pass the paper
Dailly spiral review
Weekly spiral review
Self-Correcting Lab Assessment
Algebra I Core Assessment
Algebra 1 - McGraw Hill Education
Algebra 1- Amsco School Publications
Big Ideas Algebra 1- Big Ideas Learning