 # Pre-Algebra Print

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The Pre-Algebra course helps introduce students to the wide range of topics they will learn in Algebra 1. The course begins with reviewing and solidifying the student's basic math skills with properties, integers, decimals, fractions and percents. the student will learn the fundamentals of creating and solving algebraic equations and further their understanding with applications of the content.

Students will be provided with Holt McDougal Larson Pre Algebra

When you have completed this course, you will be able to:

1. Evaluate numerical expressions involving decimals, fractions, and exponents
2. Simplify expressions with variables and exponents
3. Find GCF and LCM
4. Solve word problems
5. Solve linear equations and inequalities
6. Graph ordered pairs
7. Use Percents
8. Find Probability
9. Explore measures of statistics1
10. Use formulas to find measures of geometric shapes

### Course Outline

Lesson 1

1.A ~Problem Solving (Skills Review Handbook)

1.B~Expressions and Variables (1.1)

1.C~Powers and Exponents (1.2) and Order of Operations (1.3)

1.D~Comparing and Ordering Integers (1.4)

1.E~Adding and Subtracting Integers (1.5 and 1.6)

1.F~Multiplication and Dividing Integers (1.7)

1.G~Properties and Operations (2.1)

1.H~Distributive Property (2.2)

1.I~Simplifying Variable Expressions (2.3)

1.J~Variables and Equations (2.4)

Lesson 2

2.A~ Solving Equations Using Addition and Subtraction (2.5)

2.B ~ Solving Equations Using Multiplication and Division (2.6)

2.C ~ Decimal Operations and Equations with Decimals (2.7)

2.E ~ Solving Equations with Like Terms and Parentheses (3.2)

2.F~ Solving Equations with Variables on Both Sides (3.3)

2.G ~ Solving Inequalities with Addition or Subtraction (3.4)

2.H~ Solving Inequalities Using Multiplication or Division (3.5)

Lesson 3

3.A Factors and Prime Factorization (4.1)

3.B Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple (4.2 and 4.4)

3.C Equivalent Fractions (4.3)

3.D Rules of Exponents and Negative and Zero Exponents (4.5 and4.6)

3.E Scientific Notation (4.7)

3.F Rational Numbers and Add/Subtracting Fractions (5.1 and 5.2)

3.H Multiplication Fractions (5.4)

3.I Division of Fractions (5.5)

3. J Multiplicative Inverse to Solve Equations (5.6)

3.K Equations and Inequalities with Rational numbers (5.7)

Lesson 4

4.A Ratios and Rates (6.1)

4.B Writing and Solve Proportions (6.2)

4.C Solving Proportions, Cross Products (6.3)

4.D Percentages and Fractions (7.1)

4.E Percentages and Proportions/Percentages and Decimals (7.2 and 7.3)

4.F The Percent Equation and Percent of Change (7.4 and 7.5)

4.G Probability and Odds (6.7)

4.H The Multiplication Principle (6.8)

4.I Permutations and Combinations (11.6 and 11.7)

Lesson 5

5.A Coordinate Plane (1.8)

5.B Relations and Functions (8.1)

5.C Linear Equations in Two Variables (8.2)

5.D Using Intercepts (8.3)

5.E The Slope of a Line (8.4)

5.F Slope- Intercept Form (8.5)

5.G Writing Linear Equations (8.6)

5.H Mean, Median, and Mode

5.I Stem and Leaf Plots and Histograms (11.1)

5.J Box and Whisker Graphs (11.2)

Lesson 6

6.A Similar and Congruent Figures (6.4)

6.B Square Roots (9.1)

6.C The Pythagorean Theorem (9.3)

6.D The Distance and Midpoint Formulas (9.5)

6.E Protectors and Classifying Angles (Skills Handbook)

6.F Triangles (10.1)

6.H Areas of Parallelograms and Trapezoids (10.3)

6.I Circumference and Area of Circle (10.4)

6.J Surface Areas of Prisms and Cylinders (10.5)

6.K Volume of Prisms and Cylinders (10.7)

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