# Algebra 1 Universal Set from Math-U-See

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The Algebra 1 Universal Set covers graphing, simultaneous equations, exponents, polynomials, unit multipliers, and more.

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## Description

The Algebra 1 Universal Set from Math-U-See will cover these concepts and more:

• Commutative and Associative Properties
• Order of Operations
• Distributive Property
• Cartesian Coordinates
• Graphing a Line
• Slope-Intercept Formula
• Graphing Parallel Lines and the Equation of a Line
• Consecutive Integers
• Multiplication and Division with Exponents
• Negative Exponents and Raising Exponents to a Power
• Addition and Multiplication of Polynomials
• Factor Polynomials
• Factor Trinomials with Negative Numbers
• Square Roots and Dividing Polynomials
• Repeated Factoring of Polynomials
• Solving Equations with Factoring
• Unit Multipliers
• Metric Conversions
• Fractional Exponents
• Significant Digits and Scientific Notation
• Graphing a Parabola and a Hyperbola

This Set Includes:

• Instruction Manual, 362 pages, hardcover.
• Instructional DVD
• Student Workbook, 440 perforated, softcover. Non-reproducible; consumable workbook.
• Test Booklet, 96 perforated, softcover. Non-reproducible; consumable resource.
• Integer Block kit with 133-pieces in a cardboard storage box/carrying case.
• Algebra/Decimals Insert Kit with 50 pieces.

Algebra 1 Sample Lesson

Weight 12.5 lbs 9th Math Math-U-See

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