This course uses an incremental approach to bridge the gap from basic math skills to algebraic concepts. Included concepts are evaluation and simplification of algebraic expressions, solving linear equations with one unknown, graphs, statistics, probability, and some geometric calculations.
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Complete the assignments for each lesson and the 10 comprehensive exams. The text lessons are to be graded by the instructor; exams will be graded by Christian Liberty (CLASS). Saxon-produced tests are included, but are considered practice tests and are not the official exams for the course. Calculator usage is prohibited for this course.
|Suggested Grade: 8th - 11th|
|Prerequisites: Successful completion of a 7th grade level mathematics course with a final grade of "C" or better|
|Academic Credit: 1.0 credit (if taken at the high school level)|
|Course Materials: textbook, homeschool packet, Saxon test booklet, Saxon test & problem set answer key, solutions manual, and Parent-Teacher Guide (includes 10 exams)*|
|Primary Text Details|
|Title: Algebra 1/2|
|Author: John H. Saxon, Jr.|
|Publisher: Saxon Publishers|
|Copyright: 2004 (3rd edition)|
|Hardbound: 487 pages|
|ISBN: 978-1-6003-2970-8 (Home Study Kit)|
|* Item published by Christian Liberty|