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Algebra 1



Algebra 1 lays the groundwork for a deeper understanding of mathematics, serving as a prerequisite for all subsequent math courses. This course equips students with the fundamental tools to solve problems using variables, expressions, and equations. Through a comprehensive curriculum, students will gain a strong foundation in:

  • Operations with Expressions: Simplifying and manipulating expressions, including polynomials and rational expressions, to prepare for equation solving.

  • Linear Equations and Inequalities: Understanding the concept of variables, solving linear equations and inequalities in one variable, and applying them to real-world scenarios.

  • Functions and their Applications: Exploring the concept of functions, their notation, and graphical representation. Students will learn to analyze linear and quadratic functions, interpret their behavior, and model real-world situations with functions.

  • Systems of Equations and Inequalities: Developing strategies to solve systems of equations and inequalities in two variables, fostering critical thinking and problem-solving skills.


Grades: 4-8
Dates: 7/13-8/24
Time(s): Saturday 9-10 AM

Instructor: ​Henry Cho

Materials: Computer, pen, paper

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