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This is a 100 question Algebra 1 review of the following topics:

Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities:

- Translating and evaluating

- Solving equations, proportions and inequalities

- Literal equations (rearranging for a given variable)

- Justifying the steps in solving an equation (Proofs)

- Solving and graphing compound inequalities

- Equation, proportion and inequality word problems

Graphing and Functions:

- Domain and range

- Functions (be able to determine if a table and a graph are functions)

- Graphing using x- and y- intercepts and slope-intercept form (m and b)

- Finding slope given two points, a graph, and an equation

- Getting an equation into slope-intercept form (y = form)

- Finding the zeros (roots)

- Evaluating equations written in function notation

- Graphing inequalities

- Graphing systems of equations/ inequalities

Writing Equations of Lines:

- Writing the equation of a line given:

a) slope and y intercept

b) slope and one point

c) two points

d) a graph

- Writing an equation in standard form

- Parallel and perpendicular lines

Variation

- Direct variation

- Inverse variation

Typed answer key is included for self-checking purposes. Also included is a self-assessment for students to identify their strengths and weaknesses while preparing for the semester 1 (midterm) exam.

Expressions, Equations, and Inequalities:

- Translating and evaluating

- Solving equations, proportions and inequalities

- Literal equations (rearranging for a given variable)

- Justifying the steps in solving an equation (Proofs)

- Solving and graphing compound inequalities

- Equation, proportion and inequality word problems

Graphing and Functions:

- Domain and range

- Functions (be able to determine if a table and a graph are functions)

- Graphing using x- and y- intercepts and slope-intercept form (m and b)

- Finding slope given two points, a graph, and an equation

- Getting an equation into slope-intercept form (y = form)

- Finding the zeros (roots)

- Evaluating equations written in function notation

- Graphing inequalities

- Graphing systems of equations/ inequalities

Writing Equations of Lines:

- Writing the equation of a line given:

a) slope and y intercept

b) slope and one point

c) two points

d) a graph

- Writing an equation in standard form

- Parallel and perpendicular lines

Variation

- Direct variation

- Inverse variation

Typed answer key is included for self-checking purposes. Also included is a self-assessment for students to identify their strengths and weaknesses while preparing for the semester 1 (midterm) exam.

Total Pages

16 pages

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