# High School Liberal Arts Mathematics I

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Suggested Prerequisites

Description

This course is your gateway to solidifying the basics of mathematics beyond Algebra 1! Whether you take it before or after Algebra 1, it fits perfectly into any districtâ€™s course progression. Dive into a variety of topics including linear equations and inequalities, polynomial operations, data analysis, geometric constructions, symmetry, similarity, systems of equations, functions, quadratic and exponential equations, rational and radical equations, and graphing. Get ready to enhance your mathematical skills in a comprehensive and engaging way!

Module One: Expressions and Equations

-Interpret linear expressions

-Solve linear equations

-Solve linear inequalities

-Polynomial addition and subtraction

-Monomial multiplication

-Polynomial multiplication

Module Two: Data and Measurement

-Representing and interpreting data displays

-Compare and summarize data using data displays

-Analyze and interpret data using normal distribution

-Unit conversion

-Ensure accurate and precise measurement reporting

Module Three: Geometry

-Basics of geometry

-Geometric constructions

-Symmetry and transformations

-Similarity proofs

-Classify and solve problems using geometric shapes

-Rearrange and solve literal equations

-Use formulas to solve problems

Module Four: Relations and Functions

-Function representation

-Write, evaluate, and interpret functions using function notation

-Key features of linear functions

-Graph and analyze linear functions

-Graph and analyze piecewise functions

Module Five: Linear Functions

-Different forms of linear equations

-Write linear equations

-Graph linear equations

-Solve systems of linear equations by graphing

-Solve systems of linear equations algebraically

-Solve linear inequalities

Module Six: Quadratic Functions

-Quadratic equations in the real world

Module Seven: Exponential Functions

-Model problems with exponential equations

-Interpret exponential expressions using real-world context

-Write exponential functions

-Analyze graphs and tables of exponential functions

-Graph exponential functions

Module Eight: Other Types of Equations