# Homework

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- College: CSUN
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- Credential: Secondary Education in Mathematics
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In order to be successful in Algebra, you must master these 4 tools, FIRST!

- Graphing
- Integers
- Combine Like Terms
- Distribution

**Multiplication**

**Practice 1 – **Practice Multiply One-Digit Numbers

**Practice 2 - **Multiply Two-Digit Numbers

**Division**

**Practice 1** – Basic Division

**Practice 2** - One Digit Division

**Integers**

**Practice** ** – **Adding and Subtracting Negative Numbers

**Combine Like Terms**

**Practice –** Combining Like Terms

**Distributive Property**

**Practice - **Distributive Property with Variables

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**Graphing **

** Practice 1 – **Points on the coordinate plane

**Practice 2 –** Coordinate plane word problem in 4 quadrants

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**9-1 – Slope, pg. 123-127**

** Video 1 – **Intuitive understanding of slope example

** Video 2 – **Finding the slope of a line from its graph

** Practice 1 – **Slope intuition

** Video 3 – **Graphical slope of a line

** Practice 2 – **Slope from a graph

** Video 4 – **Slope from two ordered pairs 1

** Video 5 – **Slope from two ordered pairs 2

** Practice 3 – **Slope from two solutions

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**12-1 – Slope Intercept Form of an equation of a line, pg. 175-178**

** Video 1 – **Graph from slope-intercept equation

** Practice – **Slope from an equation in slope-intercept form

**Practice 2** – Graph from slope-intercept equation

**Video 2** – Slope-intercept equation from a graph

**Practice 3** – Slope-intercept equation from a graph

**Video 3** – Slope-intercept form from table

**12.2 –Point-Slope Form of an Equation of a Line, pg. 179-182**

** Video** – Slope-intercept equation from slope and a point

**Practice** – Slope-intercept equation from two solutions

**12.3 – pg. 183-186, Standard Form of an Equation of a Line**

**Video 1** – Converting linear equations to slope-intercept form

**Practice** – Slope from an equation in standard form

**Extra – x and y-intercepts**

**Video 1** – Finding the x-intercept of the line

**Video 2** – Finding intercepts from a table

**Practice 1** – Intercepts from a graph

**Video 3** – Finding intercepts from an equation

**Video 4** – x- and y-intercepts 2

**Practice 2** – Intercepts from a linear equation

**12.4 – pg. 187-190 Slope of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines**

** Video 1 – **Parallel and perpendicular lines intro

** Video 2 – **Equations of parallel and perpendicular lines

** Practice 1 – **Equations of parallel and perpendicular lines

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**16.1 – 16.2 – pg. 239-246, Writing and Graphing Inequalities in Two Variables**

** Video 1 – **Introduction to graphing inequalities

** Video 2 – **How to find the inequality that is represented by a given graph

** Practice 1 – **Find the inequality representing a given graph

** Video – **How to graph a two-variable linear inequality

** Practice 2 – **Graph inequalities and check solutions

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**17.1 – pg. 251-255, Solving Systems of Equations by Graphing**

** Video 1 – **How to solve a system of linear equations graphically

** Video 2** – How to solve a system of linear equations, both exactly and approximately

** Practice 1 –** Solve systems of equations graphically

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**17-2 – pg. 256-260, Solving Systems of Equations by Table and Substitution**

** Video 1 – **Talking bird solves systems of equations with substitution

** Video 2 – **How to solve a system of linear equations with substitution

** Practice – **Solve systems of linear equations with substitution

**17.3 – pg. 261-263, Solving Systems of Equations by Elimination**

** Video 1 – **Solve systems of linear equations with elimination

** Video 2 – **How to solve a linear system of linear equations with elimination Advanced Example

** Practice – **Solve systems of linear equations with elimination (Advanced)

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**Extra: Video 1 – **How to check a solution to a system of equations

** Practice 1 – **Check solutions to systems of equations

**Word Problems with systems of equations**

** Video 1 – **How to solve a word problem with a system of equations

** Practice 1 – **Systems of linear equations word problems

**Video 2** – Systems of equations word problems (Weight of TV and DVD)

**Video 3** – Systems of equations word problems (Price of apples and oranges)

**Video 4** – Systems of equations word problems (Nickels and Quarters)

**Video 5** – Systems of equations word problems (Price of coffee and croissant)

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**18-1 – pg. 273-277, Representing the Solution of a System of Inequalities**

**Video 1** – Introduction to graphing systems of linear inequalities.

**Video 2** – How to graph a system of inequalities and check asolution

**Practice** - Graph systems of inequalities and check solutions

**18-2 – pg. 278-280, Interpreting the Solution of a System of Inequalities**

** Video 1 – **Modeling situation using systems of linear inequalities

** Video 2 – **How to model a real world situation with a system of inequalities

** Video 3 – **How to solve a word problem that uses a system of linear inequalities

** Video 4 –** How to analyze the graph of a system of linear inequalities in terms of its context

** Practice – **Systems of linear inequalities word problems

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**19-1 – pg. 287-290, Basic Exponent Properties**

** Video1 – **Exponent properties involving products

** Video 2 – **Exponent properties involving quotients

** Video 3 – **Exponent properties products and exponents raised to an exponent

** Video 4 – **Exponent properties 1

** Video 5 - **Exponent properties 2

** Video 6 – **Exponent properties 3

** Video 7 – **Exponent properties 4

** Practice – **Exponent Properties

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**19-2 – pg. 291-293, Negative and Zero Powers**

** Video 1 – **Negative exponents

** Video 2 – **Negative exponent intuition

** Video 3 – **Zero, negative, and fractional exponents

** Practice – **Positive and negative exponents

**20-1 – pg. 299-303, Radical Expressions**

**Video 1** – “Radicals 1 of 4” from Yaymath.com print out worksheet and do quiz.

**Video 2** – “Radicals 2 of 4” from Yaymath.com print out worksheet and do quiz.

**20-2 – pg. 304-306, Adding and Subtracting Radical Expressions**

**Webpage** – Coolmath.com

**Homework** from Springboard pg. 311-312 #1-3, 6-8, 12-16

**20-3 – pg. 307-310, Multiplying and Dividing Radical Expressions**

**Video** – YouTube Multiplying, Dividing and Simplifying Radical Expressions

** Homework** – Dividing Radical Expressions #1-10

** Homework** - Multiplying Radical Expressions #1-10

**22-1 – pg. 325-328, Exponential Functions and Exponential Growth**

** Video 1 – **Intro to exponential Functions

**Video 2** – Initial value & common ratio of exponential functions

**Practice **– Write exponential functions

**22-2 – pg. 329-332, Exponential Decay**

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**22-3 – pg. 333-338, Graphs of Exponential Functions**

** Video 1 – **Graphing basic exponential functions

**Practice 1 – **Write exponential functions from tables and graphs

**Practice 2** – Graph basic exponential functions

**24-1 – pg. 355-358, Polynomial Terminology**

** Video 1 – **The parts of polynomial expressions 1 (Labeled differently on Khan)

** Video 2– **The parts of polynomial expressions

** Video 3** – Simplifying Polynomials (Combine Like Terms)

**24-2 – pg. 359-363, Adding Polynomials**

** Video 1 – **Adding Polynomials (Labeled differently on Khan)

**Video 2** – Adding Polynomials 2

**24-3 – pg. 364-366, Subtracting Polynomials**

** Video – **Adding and subtracting polynomials

** Practice - **Add and subtract polynomials

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**25-1 – pg. 369-375, Multiplying Binomials**

** Video 1** – Multiplying binomials: leading coefficient 1.

**Practice **– Multiply binomials

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**25-2 – pg. 376-378, Special Products of Binomials**

** Video 1 – **More examples of special products (Watch this one first)

**Video 2** – Squaring a binomial

** Video 3 – **Special products of the form (More squaring a binomial)

**Video 4** – Special products of the form

**Practice **– Polynomial special products

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**25-3 – pg. 379-380, Multiplying Polynomials**

**Video – **Multiplying binomials and polynomials

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**26-1 – pg. 385-387, Factoring by Greatest Common Factor (GCF)**

** Video 1 – **Intro to factors & divisibility

**Video 2** – Greatest common factor of monomials

**Practice **– Greatest common factor (no variables)

** Video 2** – Monomial factorization

**Video 3** – Monomial factorization: area model

**Practice** – Factor monomials

** Video 4 – **Factoring with the distributive property (1) (polynomials)

** Video 5 – **How to factor a quadratic binomial with two variables (2)

** Video 6 – **How to factor a quadratic binomial with two variables (3)

** Video 7 – **How to factor a quadratic binomial with two variables (4)

**Practice – **The distributive property with variables

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**26-2 – pg. 388-390, Factoring Special Products**

** Practice 1 – **Factor difference of squares (basic)

**Video 1 **– Factoring difference of squares: leading coefficient 1

**Video 2–** Identifying perfect square form

**Practice 2** – Factor perfect squares: leading coefficient 1

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**27-1 – pg. 393-387, Factoring Trinomials**

** Video 1 – **Factoring quadratics as concept 1

**Video 2** – Factoring quadratics as concept 2

**Video 3** – Factoring quadratics as examples

**Practice** – Factor quadratics: leading coefficient =1

**27-2 –pg. 398-400, Factoring ** ** when ** ** and when **

** Video 1** – Factor by grouping

**Practice** 1 – Factor quadratics: leading coefficient

**Video 2** – Factoring quadratics: common factor + grouping

**Video 3** – Factoring quadratics: negative common factor + grouping

**Practice 2** – Factor polynomials: quadratic methods

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**28-1 – pg. 403-405, Simplifying Rational Expressions**

** Video 1 – **Understanding square roots

**Practice 1** – Square roots of perfect squares

**Video 2** – Simplify square roots

**Video 3** – Simplify radicals

**Practice 2** – Simplify square roots

**Video 4** – Simplifying sums of radicals

**Video 5** – Intro to rationalizing the denominator

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**28-2 – pg. 406-410, Dividing Polynomials**

** Video 1 – **Simplifying rational expressions: (monomial divided by monomial)

** Practice 1 – **Simplifying rational expressions: (monomial divided by monomial)

**Video 2 – **Dividing polynomials: (polynomial divided by monomial)

**28-3 – pg. 411-412, Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions**

** Video 1 **Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions: monomials

**Practice 1** - Multiply and divide rational expressions (basic)

**Video 2** – Multiplying and dividing rational expressions: Multiple Variables

**Video 3** – Multiplying rational expressions

**Video 4** – Dividing rational expressions

**Practice 2** – Multiply and divide rational expressions

**Practice 3** – Multiply and divide rational expressions (Advanced)

**28-4 – pg. 413-416, Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions**

** Video 1 – **Adding and subtracting rational expressions: like denominators

**Practice 1** – Add and subtract rational expressions: like denominators

**Video 2** – Intro to adding rational expressions with unlike denominators

**Video 3** – Adding rational expression: unlike denominators

**Video 4** – Subtracting rational expressions: unlike denominators

**Practice 2** – Add and subtract rational expressions: unlike denominators

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**29-1 – pg. 423-426, Modeling with a Quadratic Function**

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**29-2 – pg. 427-430, Graphing and Analyzing a Quadratic Function**

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**31-1 – pg. 455-458, Solving by Graphing or Factoring**

** Video 1 – **Solving quadratics by factoring

**Notes – **Solving quadratics by factoring

**Practice 1** – Solve quadratic equations by factoring: leading coefficient =1

**Video 2** – Solving quadratics by factoring: leading coefficient ≠1: GCF

**Practice 2** – Solve quadratic equations by factoring: leading coefficient ≠1 GCF

**31-2 – pg. 458-461, The Axis of Symmetry and the Vertex**

** Practice 1 – **Vertex, Axis of Symmetry, X-intercepts

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**31-3 – pg. 462-464, Graphing a Quadratic Function**

** Video 1 – **Graph using a table

** Video 2 – **Graph by factoring

**Practice 1** – Graph by factoring

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**30-1 – pg. 433-439, Translations of the Quadratic Parent Function**

** Video 1 – **Shifting Stretching and Shrinking the Quadratic Parent Function

**30-2 – pg. 440-443, Stretching and Shrinking the Quadratic Parent Function**

**30-3 – pg. 444-450, Multiple Transformations of the Quadratic Parent Function**

**32-1 – pg. 467-470, The Square Root Method**

** Video 1 – **Solving quadratics by taking square roots

**Notes** – Solving quadratics by taking square roots

**Video 2** – Solve quadratics by taking square roots

**Practice 1** – Solve quadratic equations by taking square roots

**32-2 – pg. 471-473, Completing the Square**

** Notes – **Solving quadratics by completing the square

** Video 1 – **Rewriting quadratic expressions as perfect squares

**Practice 1** – Rewrite quadrats as perfect squares

**Video 2** – Solving quadratics by completing the square

** Practice 2 – **Solving quadratics by completing the square

**32-3 – pg. 474-476, The Quadratic Formula**

** Notes – **Understanding the quadratic formula

**Video 1** – Using the quadratic formula

**Video 2** – Using the quadratic formula: rearranging

**Video 3 –** Using the quadratic formula: rearranging (example 2)

**Video 4** – Using the quadratic formula: negative coefficients

**Practice 1** – Solve quadratic equations with the quadratic formula

**32-4 – pg. 477-479, Choosing a Method and Using the Discriminant**

** Video 1 – **Using the quadratic formula: number of solutions

** Practice 1 – **Number of solutions of quadratic equations

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**33-1 – pg. 485-487, Fitting Data with a Quadratic Function**

** Video 1 – **Quadratic equations word problem: projectile

**33-2 – pg. 488-490, Interpreting Solutions of Quadratic Equations**

**Extra – Proof of the quadratic formula**

For Homework....click on "Algebra 1A" Link above.