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Become an Algebra Master

Learn everything from Pre-algebra, and Algebra I and II, then test your knowledge on 150+ quiz questions
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Created by Krista King
Last updated 9/2017
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Includes:
• 12.5 hours on-demand video
• 82 Articles
• 116 Supplemental Resources
• Full lifetime access
• Access on mobile and TV
• Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
• Operations, including order of operations and like-terms
• Fractions, exponents, and radicals
• Equations and systems of equations, including inverse operations, direct and inverse variation, and distance/rate/time problems
• Graphing, including parallel and perpendicular lines, and parabolas
• Polynomials and factoring, including the quadratic formula and completing the square
• Functions, including domain and range, and sums and products of functions
• Inequalities, including trichotomy and graphing inequalities and conjunctions on a number line
• Statistics, including probability, and box-and-whisker and stem-and-leaf plots
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Requirements
• Elementary math (arithmetic)
• Decimals, fractions, exponents, radicals
Description

HOW BECOME AN ALGEBRA MASTER IS SET UP TO MAKE COMPLICATED MATH EASY

This 291-lesson course includes video and text explanations of everything from Algebra, and it includes more than 80 quizzes (with solutions!) to help you test your understanding along the way. Become an Algebra Master is organized into the following sections:

• Operations
• Fractions
• Exponents
• Radicals
• Rules of equations
• Simple equations
• Advanced equations
• Graphing
• Systems of two equations
• Systems of three equations
• Polynomials
• Factoring
• Functions
• Inequalities
• Statistics

And here’s what you get inside of every lesson:

Videos: Watch over my shoulder as I solve problems for every single math issue you’ll encounter in class. We start from the beginning... I explain the problem setup and why I set it up that way, the steps I take and why I take them, how to work through the yucky, fuzzy middle parts, and how to simplify the answer when you get it.

Notes: The notes section of each lesson is where you find the most important things to remember. It’s like Cliff Notes for books, but for math. Everything you need to know to pass your class and nothing you don’t.

Quizzes: When you think you’ve got a good grasp on a topic within a course, you can test your knowledge by taking one of our quizzes. If you pass, wonderful. If not, you can review the videos and notes again or ask me for help in the Q&A section.

HERE'S WHAT SOME STUDENTS OF BECOME AN ALGEBRA MASTER HAVE TOLD ME:

"Thank you Krista for making this so clear and understandable! You are a fantastic tutor. A+++" - Omid N.

“At the peak of my mathematical skill level I reached only into the very early stages of learning Trigonometry. Fast forward to now (my early 30's) and by experience alone, realize the infinite possibilities of being a master in mathematics. I chose Ms. King's Algebra course as a review to move past my previous level and must say that I not only ENJOY the course she offers but am getting more from it learning wise than I could have imagined. I wish to complete all of her classes and am extremely confident that her teaching style can get me there. Other than mere reference of other resources, I plan to stay on track with all of Ms. King's courses exclusively. Thank you for a great learning experience!” - Dean F.

“Great! I love how she teaches!” - Fred B.

“The instructor is very clear, both in ideas and in speech. She moves quickly enough to keep your attention, but not so that you get lost.” - Janet M.

“I have been enrolled in several Udemy courses but this course is the best. It's my first time posting a review because I am really happy with how Krista King teaches mathematics. One of the best courses on Udemy.” - Salahuddin S.

“This course is awesome. She explains everything perfectly. And if you want you can complete a test after every video to make sure you understand everything. I strongly recommend it.” - Rafael N.

“The sessions are well planned. Exercises are done at the right times to help consolidate what you have learned during the sessions. Definitely the best math course I have taken. The instructor has done an awesome job with this one.” - Eduardo C.

“The instructor's delivery is clear and engaging. The pacing is effective and the quizzes serve to reinforce the knowledge as I learn it.” - Jeremiah P.

Who is the target audience?
• Current algebra students, or students about to start algebra who are looking to get ahead
• Homeschool parents looking for extra support with algebra
• Anyone who wants to study math for fun after being away from school for a while
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Curriculum For This Course
227 Lectures
12:49:16
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Getting started
2 Lectures 01:38
Quick overview before we get underway
01:20

Download the Algebra formula sheets
00:18
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Algebra 1 - Operations
21 Lectures 37:55
Introduction to operations
00:20

Associative property
00:01

Associative property algebra video example.

Preview 02:13

Associative property
2 questions

Commutative property
00:01

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Commutative property
03:06

Commutative property
2 questions

Transitive property
00:01

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Preview 01:35

Transitive property
2 questions

Distributive property
00:01

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Distributive property
03:50

Distributive property
2 questions

Distributive property with fractions
00:01

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Distributive property with fractions
03:38

Distributive property with fractions
2 questions

Distributive property and binomial multiplication
00:02

Distributive property and binomial multiplication algebra video example.

Distributive property and binomial multiplication
04:10

Distributive property and binomial multiplication
2 questions

Identifying multiplication
00:01

Identifying multiplication algebra video example.

Identifying multiplication
03:50

Identifying multiplication
2 questions

Symbols of inclusion
00:01

Symbols of inclusion algebra video example.

Symbols of inclusion
05:05

Symbols of inclusion
2 questions

PEMDAS and order of operations
00:01

PEMDAS and order of operations algebra video example.

PEMDAS and order of operations
05:45

PEMDAS and order of operations
2 questions

Understood 1
00:01

The concept of the "understood 1" algebra video example.

Understood 1
04:06

Understood 1
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Rules of equations
8 Lectures 19:23
Introduction to rules of equations
00:21

Evaluating expressions
00:01

Evaluating expressions algebra video example.

Evaluating expressions
04:14

Evaluating expressions algebra video example.

Evaluating expressions, example 2
03:53

Evaluating expressions
2 questions

Balancing equations
00:02

Keeping equations balanced algebra video example.

Preview 05:16

Balancing equations
2 questions

Inverse operations
00:01

Inverse operations for solving equations algebra video example.

Preview 05:34

Inverse operations
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Simple equations
15 Lectures 36:16
Introduction to simple equations
00:21

Simple equations
00:01

Solving simple equations algebra video example.

Simple equations
03:31

Solving simple equations algebra video example.

Simple equations, example 2
07:32

Solving simple equations algebra video example.

Simple equations, example 3
06:07

Simple equations
2 questions

Simple equations with subscripts
00:02

Simple equations and subscripts algebra video example.

Simple equations with subscripts
04:31

Simple equations with subscripts
2 questions

Variables on both sides
00:01

Solving equations with variables on both sides algebra video example.

Variables on both sides of the equation
03:19

Variables on both sides of the equation
2 questions

Equations with parentheses
00:02

Solving equations with parentheses algebra video example.

Equations with parentheses
05:10

Equations with parentheses
2 questions

Word problems into equations
00:01

Turning word problems into equations algebra video example.

Word problems into equations
02:05

Word problems into equations
2 questions

Consecutive integers
00:01

Consecutive integers algebra video example.

Consecutive integers
03:30

Consecutive integers
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Like terms
8 Lectures 23:54
Introduction to like terms
00:21

Adding and subtracting like terms
00:01

Addition and subtraction of like-terms algebra video example.

Adding and subtracting like terms
04:19

Addition and subtraction of like-terms algebra video example.

Adding and subtracting like terms, example 2
03:06

Addition and subtraction of like-terms algebra video example.

Adding and subtracting like terms, example 3
03:53

Adding and subtracting like terms
2 questions

Multiplying and dividing like terms
00:01

Multiplication and division of like-terms algebra video example.

Multiplying and dividing like terms
07:02

Multiplication and division of like-terms algebra video example.

Multiplying and dividing like terms, example 2
05:10

Multiplying and dividing like terms
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Functions
13 Lectures 36:05
Introduction to functions
00:20

Domain and range
00:01

Domain and range
2 questions

Domain and range from a graph
00:02

Domain and range from a graph
04:27

Domain and range from a graph
2 questions

Functional notation algebra video example.

Functional notation
04:52

Functional notation algebra video example.

Functional notation, example 2
03:47

Functional notation
2 questions

How to test for functions algebra video example.

Testing for functions
05:02

Testing for functions
2 questions

Vertical line test
00:01

Vertical line test
06:10

Vertical line test
2 questions

Finding the sum of two functions algebra video example.

Sum of functions
01:59

Sum of functions
2 questions

Even, odd or neither
04:11

Even, odd or neither
2 questions

Classifying functions
05:10

Classifying functions
2 questions

Independent and dependent variables
00:00

Independent and dependent variables
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Inequalities
7 Lectures 20:46
Introduction to inequalities
00:20

Trichotomy algebra video example.

Trichotomy
02:46

Trichotomy algebra video example.

Trichotomy, example 2
03:20

Trichotomy
2 questions

Inequalities and negative numbers algebra video example.

Inequalities and negative numbers
02:44

Inequalities and negative numbers
2 questions

Graphing inequalities on a number line algebra video example.

Graphing inequalities on a number line
03:41

Graphing inequalities on a number line
2 questions

Graphing conjunctions on a number line algebra video example.

Graphing conjunctions on a number line
02:36

Graphing conjunctions on a number line algebra video example.

Graphing conjunctions on a number line, example 2
05:19

Graphing conjunctions on a number line
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Graphing
11 Lectures 58:02
Introduction to graphing
00:20

Cartesian coordinate system algebra video example.

Cartesian coordinate system
06:44

Cartesian coordinate system
2 questions

Slopes of lines algebra video example.

Slope
09:22

Slope
2 questions

Equation of a line in point-slope form
00:01

Equation of a line in point-slope form
08:28

Equation of a line in point-slope form
2 questions

Equation of a line in slope-intercept form
00:01

Equation of a line in slope-intercept form
06:28

Equation of a line in slope-intercept form
2 questions

Graphing linear equations algebra video example.

Graphing linear equations
06:31

Graphing linear equations algebra video example.

Graphing linear equations, example 2
05:36

Graphing linear equations algebra video example.

Graphing linear equations, example 3
05:58

Graphing linear equations algebra video example.

Graphing linear equations, example 4
08:32

Graphing linear equations
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Systems of two equations
5 Lectures 21:21
Introduction to systems of two equations
00:21

2-step problems algebra video example.

2-step problems
02:25

2-step problems
2 questions

Solving a system of two equations with substitution algebra video example.

Solving with substitution
04:41

Solving with substitution
2 questions

Solving a system of two equations with elimination algebra video example.

Solving with elimination
06:32

Solving with elimination
2 questions

Solving systems of equations three ways algebra video example.

Solving three ways
07:22

Solving three ways
2 questions
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Algebra 1 - Polynomials
8 Lectures 38:45
Introduction to polynomials
00:20

Addition of polynomials algebra video example.

Adding polynomials
05:16

Adding polynomials
2 questions

Multiplication of polynomials algebra video example.

Multiplying polynomials
06:29

Multiplication of polynomials algebra video example.

Multiplying polynomials, example 2
04:08

Multiplying polynomials
2 questions

Division of polynomials algebra video example.

Dividing polynomials
07:35

Division of polynomials algebra video example.

Dividing polynomials, example 2
05:37

Dividing polynomials
2 questions

Multiplication of multivariable polynomials algebra video example.

Multiplying multivariable polynomials
04:52

Multiplying multivariable polynomials
2 questions

Division of multivariable polynomials algebra video example.

Dividing multivariable polynomials
04:28

Dividing multivariable polynomials
2 questions
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About the Instructor
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Your geeky, trusty math tutor

Math class was always so frustrating.

I’d go to a class, spend hours on homework, and three days later have an “Ah-ha!” moment about how the problems worked that could have slashed my homework time in half.

I’d think, “WHY didn’t my teacher just tell me this in the first place?!”

So I started tutoring to keep others out of that aggravating, time-sucking cycle. Since then, I’ve recorded tons of videos and written out cheat-sheet style notes and formula sheets to help every math student—from basic middle school classes to advanced college calculus—figure out what’s going on, understand the important concepts, and pass their classes, once and for all.