# High School Algebra I (Florida Specific)

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Suggested Prerequisites

Description

This course provides the fundamental skills necessary for all future high school math courses, linking the content to real-world applications such as sports, travel, business, and health. Activities make numbers, graphs, and equations more tangible, enhancing understanding. Designed to develop problem-solving skills and strategies, the course's assessments ensure comprehension beyond memorization. Completing the course prepares you with a strong foundation for advanced math courses.

Module One: Algebra Basics

-Simplify algebraic expressions

-Solve one-variable algebraic equations

-Solve one-variable algebraic inequalities

-Solve absolute value equations

Module Two: Linear Functions

-Evaluate functions

-Graph linear functions

-Write equations of linear functions

-Identify key features of linear functions

Module Three: Exponential Functions

-Use the properties of exponents

-Calculate simple and compound interest

-Create exponential equations to model real-world situations

-Graph exponential functions

Module Four: Statistics

-Analyze and interpret data

-Calculate and interpret joint and marginal frequencies

-Develop a scatter plot and a line of best fit

-Construct a two-way relative frequency table (honors)

-Calculate and analyze residuals (honors)

Module Five: Systems of Equations and Inequalities

-Solve systems of equations graphically

-Solve systems of equations substitution or elimination

-Graph systems of linear inequalities

-Solve one-variable absolute value equations (honors)

Module Six: Polynomial Operations

-Define and determine the characteristics of polynomials

-Use the properties of exponents in multiplying and dividing monomials

-Add, subtract, multiply, and divide polynomial expressions

-Combine two functions using arithmetic operations (honors)

Module Seven: Factoring Polynomials

-Find the greatest common factor of a polynomial

-Factor a polynomial by grouping

-Factor a trinomial

-Factor a polynomial that is the difference of perfect squares