Topics Covered By Infinite Algebra 1

Infinite Algebra 1 covers all typical algebra material, over 90 topics in all, from adding and subtracting positives and negatives to solving rational equations. Suitable for any class with algebra content. Designed for all levels of learners from remedial to advanced.

Verbal expressions
Order of operations
Sets of numbers
Adding and subtracting rational numbers
Multiplying rational numbers
Dividing rational numbers
The Distributive Property
One-step equations
Two-step equations
Multi-step equations
Absolute value equations
Mixture word problems
Distance, rate, time word problems
Work word problems
Literal equations
Graphing single-variable inequalities
One-step inequalities
Two-step inequalities
Multi-step inequalities
Compound inequalities
Absolute value inequalities
Solving proportions
Percent of change
Discrete relations
Continuous relations
Evaluating and graphing functions
More on slope
Graphing linear equations
Writing linear equations
Graphing linear inequalities
Graphing absolute value equations
Direct and inverse variation
Solving by graphing
Solving by elimination
Solving by substitution
Graphing systems of inequalities
Word problems
Properties of exponents
Graphing exponential functions
Writing scientific notation
Operations and scientific notation
Addition and subtraction with scientific notation
Discrete exponential growth and decay word problems
Adding and subtracting
Multiplying special cases
Common factor only
Quadratic expressions
Special cases
By grouping
Solving equations by taking square roots
Solving equations by factoring
Solving equations with the Quadratic Formula
Understanding the discriminant
Completing the square by finding the constant
Solving equations by completing the square
Simplifying single radicals
The Distance Formula
The Midpoint Formula
Adding and subtracting
Simplifying and excluded values
Multiplying and dividing
Adding and subtracting
Finding sine, cosine, tangent
Finding angles
Find missing sides of triangles
Visualizing data
Center and spread
Scatter plots
Using statistical models