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Algebra (Program 1)

Algebra (Program 2)

Algebra (Program 3)

Algebra (Program 4)

Algebra (Program 5)

Algebra (Program 6)

Algebra (Program 7)

Algebra: A Piece of Cake! Part One

Algebra: A Piece of Cake! Part Two

Applying Area to the Real World

Calculating Area & Perimeter

Digital Math: Algebra 1: Linear Equations And Functions

Factoring Is Fantastic: Part One--Common Factors

Factoring Is Fantastic: Part Two--Quadratic Trinomials

Math Mess: The Bulging Briefcase

Math Mess: The Shadow Knows

Missing Addends: Finding a Missing Part

Perimeter and Area

Ratios and Rates

Standard Deviants: Pre-Algebra (Program 1)

Standard Deviants: Pre-Algebra (Program 2)

Standard Deviants: Pre-Algebra (Program 3)

Standard Deviants: Pre-Algebra (Program 4)

Standard Deviants: Pre-Algebra (Program 5)

Standard Deviants: Pre-Algebra (Program 6)

Volume and Density

Welcome to Algebra I: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

Welcome to Algebra I: Calculating the Slope When Given Two Points

Welcome to Algebra I: Determining if a Direct Variation Exists

Welcome to Algebra I: Determining if an Inverse Variation Exists

Welcome to Algebra I: Dividing Polynomials

Welcome to Algebra I: Evaluating Expressions

Welcome to Algebra I: Factoring Binomials

Welcome to Algebra I: Factoring Trinomials With a Leading Coefficient Not Equal to 1

Welcome to Algebra I: Factoring Trinomials With a Leading Coefficient of 1

Welcome to Algebra I: Finding Values for Elements in the Domain of Linear Functions

Welcome to Algebra I: Finding Values for Elements in the Domain of Quadratic Functions

Welcome to Algebra I: Finding X and Y-Intercepts of Linear Functions

Welcome to Algebra I: Finding Zeros of Quadratic Functions

Welcome to Algebra I: Introduction to Polynomials

Welcome to Algebra I: Modeling Real-World Situations

Welcome to Algebra I: Negative Exponents

Welcome to Algebra I: Power of a Power

Welcome to Algebra I: Power of a Product

Welcome to Algebra I: Power of a Quotient

Welcome to Algebra I: Product of Powers

Welcome to Algebra I: Products of a Binomial and a Trinomial

Welcome to Algebra I: Properties of Equality

Welcome to Algebra I: Properties of Inequality

Welcome to Algebra I: Properties of Real Numbers

Welcome to Algebra I: Quotient of Powers

Welcome to Algebra I: Representing a Direct Variation Algebraically and Graphically

Welcome to Algebra I: Representing an Inverse Variation Algebraically

Welcome to Algebra I: Simplifying Square Roots of Whole Numbers

Welcome to Algebra I: Solving Literal Equations

Welcome to Algebra I: Solving Multistep Linear Inequalities Algebraically

Welcome to Algebra I: Solving Quadratic Equations Algebraically

Welcome to Algebra I: Solving Real-World Problems Involving Systems of Linear Equations

Welcome to Algebra I: Translating Expressions

Welcome to Algebra I: Writing the Equation of a Line When Given Two Points on the Line