Visual representation of mathematical solutions is required to identify patterns and communicate results. You will explore concepts such as Determining the X Intercept from a Graph, Positive and Negative Slopes, and Independent and Dependent Variables. By mastering the foundation of Graphing Linear Equations and Functions, you will be prepared for more sophisticated concepts such as Graphing a Linear Equation in Point-Slope Form or Direct Variation in the Real World. From basic concepts such as Introduction to Point-Slope Form to Graphing a Linear Equation with Intercepts, this course will prepare you for success in Algebra 2.
Study fundamental topics in college-level algebra with emphasis on application.
Grasp core concepts of statistics such as probability distributions, approximations, and hypothesis-testing.