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Review of Major Pre-Algebra Concepts We begin by quickly reviewing the basics of pre-algebra concepts. Materials covered in this unit will be familiar to those who have had pre-algebra.
With a little more practice of the suggested problems and homework, every student, regardless of previous background, should be able to grasp the main concepts. Completing this unit should take you approximately 26 hours.
Solving Linear Inequalities and Graphing In this unit, you will learn to apply the concept of solving equations to solve problems involving linear inequalities. You will also learn how to graph a straight line, use different methods to find the slope and intercept of a line, and interpret slope and intercept.
You will learn more about types of straight lines. Completing this unit should take you approximately 20 hours. This section introduces you to the concept of evaluating exponents, converting scientific notations to decimal notations, and vice versa.
You will apply these concepts to evaluating polynomial expressions. Completing this unit should take you approximately 19 hours. Factoring Polynomials This unit expands on what you learned in Unit 3.
In Unit 4, you will learn to factor the greatest common factor by grouping and other factoring methods. Because factoring and distribution are opposite actions, you will be able to determine whether you have factored correctly by going in the opposite direction, which is distributing through multiplication.
Rational Expressions In this unit, you will learn how to evaluate rational expressions and perform operations such as addition, multiplication, and division involving rational expressions. Completing this unit should take you approximately 17 hours.Intermediate Algebra Final Exam Practice, Calculator Allowed Page 1 of 2 I.
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