## Algebra 1: Volumes 1 & 2

• Publisher: Houghton Mifflin 2015
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### 1: Quantities and Modeling

#### 1.1: Quantitative Reasoning

1.1.1: Solving Equations

1.1.3: Reporting with Precision and Accuracy

#### 1.2: Algebraic Models

1.2.1: Modeling with Expressions

1.2.2: Creating and Solving Equations

1.2.3: Solving for a Variable

1.2.4: Creating and Solving Inequalities

1.2.5: Creating and Solving Compound Inequalities

### 2: Understanding Functions

#### 2.3: Functions and Models

2.3.1: Graphing Relationships

2.3.2: Understanding Relations and Functions

2.3.3: Modeling with Functions

2.3.4: Graphing Functions

#### 2.4: Patterns and Sequences

2.4.1: Identifying and Graphing Sequences

2.4.2: Constructing Arithmetic Sequences

2.4.3: Modeling with Arithmetic Sequences

### 3: Linear Functions, Equations, and Inequalities

#### 3.5: Linear Functions

3.5.1: Understanding Linear Functions

3.5.2: Using Intercepts

3.5.3: Interpreting Rate of Change and Slope

#### 3.6: Forms of Linear Equations

3.6.1: Slope-Intercept Form

3.6.2: Point-Slope Form

3.6.3: Standard Form

3.6.4: Transforming Linear Functions

3.6.5: Comparing Properties of Linear Functions

#### 3.7: Linear Equations and Inequalities

3.7.1: Modeling Linear Relationships

3.7.2: Using Functions to Solve One-Variable Equations

3.7.3: Linear Inequalities in Two Variables

### 4: Statistical Models

#### 4.8: Multi-Variable Categorical Data

4.8.1: Two-Way Frequency Tables

#### 4.9: One-Variable Data Distributions

4.9.1: Measures of Center and Spread

4.9.2: Data Distributions and Outliers

4.9.3: Histograms and Box Plots

4.9.4: Normal Distributions

#### 4.10: Linear Modeling and Regression

4.10.1: Scatter Plots and Trend Lines

4.10.2: Fitting a Linear Model to Data

### 5: Linear Systems and Piecewise-Defined Functions

#### 5.11: Solving Systems of Linear Equations

5.11.1: Solving Linear Systems by Graphing

5.11.2: Solving Linear Systems by Substitution

5.11.3: Solving Linear Systems by Adding or Subtracting

5.11.4: Solving Linear Systems by Multiplying First

#### 5.12: Modeling with Linear Systems

5.12.1: Creating Systems of Linear Equations

5.12.2: Creating Systems of Linear Inequalities

5.12.3: Modeling with Linear Systems

#### 5.13: Piecewise-Defined Functions

5.13.2: Absolute Value Functions and Transformations

5.13.3: Solving Absolute Value Equations

5.13.4: Solving Absolute Value Inequalities

### 6: Exponential Relationships

#### 6.14: Rational Exponents and Radicals

6.14.1: Understanding Rational Exponents and Radicals

#### 6.15: Geometric Sequences and Exponential Functions

6.15.1: Understanding Geometric Sequences

6.15.2: Constructing Geometric Sequences

6.15.3: Constructing Exponential Functions

6.15.4: Graphing Exponential Functions

6.15.5: Transforming Exponential Functions

#### 6.16: Exponential Equations and Models

6.16.1: Using Graphs and Properties to Solve Equations with Exponents

6.16.2: Modeling Exponential Growth and Decay

### 7: Polynomial Operations

#### 7.17: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials

7.17.3: Subtracting Polynomial Expressions

#### 7.18: Multiplying Polynomials

7.18.2: Multiplying Polynomial Expressions

7.18.3: Special Products of Binomials

#### 8.20: Connecting Intercepts, Zeros and Factors

8.20.1: Connecting Intercepts and Zeros

8.20.2: Connecting Intercepts and Linear Factors

### 9: Quadratic Equations and Modeling

#### 9.21: Using Factors to Solve Quadratic Equations

9.21.1: Solving Equations by Factoring x² + bx + c

9.21.2: Solving Equations by Factoring ax² + bx + c

9.21.3: Using Special Factors to Solve Equations

#### 9.22: Using Square Roots to Solve Quadratic Equations

9.22.1: Solving Equations by Taking Square Roots

9.22.2: Solving Equations by Completing the Square

9.22.3: Using the Quadratic Formula to Solve Equations

9.22.4: Choosing a Method for Solving Quadratic Equations

#### 9.23: Linear, Exponential and Quadratic Models

9.23.2: Comparing Linear, Exponential and Quadratic Models

### 10: Inverse Relationships

#### 10.24: Functions and Inverses

10.24.1: Graphing Polynomial Functions

10.24.2: Understanding Inverse Functions

10.24.3: Graphing Square Root Functions

10.24.4: Graphing Cube Root Functions

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