# Algebra 1 Explained

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Try Udemy for Business- You will be a master of Algebra 1 and be fully ready for Geometry, Trigonometry, and Algebra 2
- Solve Linear Equations in one Variable
- Solve and graph Linear Inequalities in one Variable
- Graph a Linear Equation in two Variables
- Write Linear Equations in two Variables in Standard Form, and Slope-Intercept Form
- Determine if a Relation represents a Function
- Solve Systems of Linear Equations using Graphing, Substitution, and Elimination
- Perform operations with exponents (rules of exponents)
- Operations with Polynomials: add, subtract, multiply, divide, and factor polynomials
- Operations with Rational Expressions: simplify, add, subtract, multiply, divide and find the restricted values
- You will learn how to solve Rational Equations
- Operations with Radicals: simplify, add, subtract, multiply, and divide radical expressions
- Solve Radical Equations
- Solve Quadratic Equations using Factoring, Completing the Square, and the Quadratic Formula

- Basic Math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division)
- Pre-Algebra

Become a Master of **Algebra 1** and** Ace** your next **Exam**! In this course, you will master the concepts of **Algebra 1** with our **step by step** tutorials and quizzes. The concepts you will learn are fundamental to success in higher math classes such as Algebra 2, Geometry, Trigonometry, and Calculus. The topics of the course include:

Variables & Expressions

Solving Linear Equations

Solving Linear Inequalities

Graphing Linear Equations in two Variables

Functions

Rules of Exponents

Scientific Notation

Operations with Polynomials

Factoring

Rational Expressions

Radicals

Solving Quadratic Equations

- Anyone who wants to Master Algebra 1 and get ready for Algebra 2, Geometry, and college level math
- Homeschool students who want extra help with Algebra
- Students who need an Algebra refresher

In this lecture, we learn the definition of a variable and an algebraic expression.

In this lecture, we introduce the concept of an equation.

In this lecture, we will learn to solve a linear equation using addition and subtraction (addition property of equality).

In this lecture, we learn to solve a linear equation using multiplication and division (multiplication property of equality).

In this lecture, we learn to solve any linear equation in one variable using a four step process.

In this lecture, we will learn how to solve one step linear inequalities using the addition property of inequality and the multiplication property of inequality. Additionally, we will learn how to write inequalities in interval notation, and graph intervals on the number line.

In this lecture, we learn how to solve a system of linear equations using the substitution method.

This test will cover the first half of our Algebra 1 course. The topics include: Solving Linear Equations and Inequalities in one Variable, Graphing Linear Equations/Inequalities, Solving Linear Systems, and Operations with Polynomials.

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In this lecture, we will learn how to find the distance between two points using the distance formula.

In this lecture, we will dig deeper into operations with radicals. We will look at problems that involve: multiplication, multiplication with FOIL, utilizing special products formulas, and division. We will also encounter the problem of trying to rationalize a denominator with two terms, where at least one of the terms is a radical.

In this lecture, we will dig deeper into operations with radicals. We will look at problems that involve: multiplication, multiplication with FOIL, utilizing special products formulas, and division. We will also encounter the problem of trying to rationalize a denominator with two terms, where at least one of the terms is a radical.