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Algebra 1

Writing Linear Equations is a necessary skill set to master before advancing to more sophisticated levels of Algebra. By incorporating Arithmetic Sequences in the Real World and Finding an Equation from the Slope and the Y Intercept, you will establish the necessary comprehension of solving algebraic equations on many levels. Become familiar with Slope Intercept Formula and learn to apply procedures involving Standard Form from Slope and Point. By distinguishing applications involved in Slope in Perpendicular Lines and Slope of Parallel Lines, you will enhance your comprehension of basic linear equations and establish a well-developed foundation necessary for mastery of Algebra 1.

- Naming Lines
- Arithmetic Sequences in the Real World
- Finding a Coordinate When Given the Slope
- Writing Linear Equations in Standard Form
- Standard Form from Slope and Point
- Standard Form from Two Points
- Determining the Equation of a Line from the Graph
- Slope Intercept Formula
- Finding an Equation from the Slope and the Y Intercept
- Rewriting Linear Equations in Slope-Intercept Form
- Finding the Slope of a Line from an Equation
- Finding the X Intercept from an Equation
- Finding the Y Intercept from an Equation
- Writing Linear Equations in Point-Slope Form
- Point-Slope Form from Slope and Point
- Point-Slope Form from Two Points
- Slope of Parallel Lines
- Writing a Linear Equation from a Parallel Line and Point
- Slope in Perpendicular Lines
- Writing a Linear Equation from a Perpendicular Line and Point
- Parallel or Perpendicular?
- Finding the Equation of a Line given its Slope and a Point

Study fundamental topics in college-level algebra with emphasis on application.

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