Algebra I (Saxon)
Full-year course. Saxon Algebra I focuses on the essential principles of algebra. Topics include but are not limited to: linear equations, Cartesian coordinate system, introduction to polynomials and quadratics, rational expressions, factoring, introduction to systems of equations, radicals, basic set theory, introduction to function notation, surface area, right prisms and cylinders, pyramids and cones, ratios and proportion, scientific notation, introduction to statistics, Pythagorean theorem and triples, and transformations.
Prerequisite: Saxon Pre-Algebra. Students from other programs should complete the following: Saxon Placement Test
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