In this course, students will be reviewing material that was covered during the school year. Major concepts will be:

- Pre-tested
- Taught
- Post-tested
- Re-taught if necessary

**Chapter 1: Quantities and Relationships**

**Chapter 1: Quantities and Relationships**

**Overview**This chapter introduces students to the concept of functions. Lessons provide opportunities for students to explore functions, including linear, exponential, quadratic, linear absolute value functions, and linear piecewise functions through problem situations, graphs, and equations. Students will classify each function family using graphs, equations, and graphing calculators. Each function family is then defined and students will create graphic organizers that represent the graphical behavior and examples of each.

Chapter 1 - Student Text |
Chapter 1 - Skills PracticeCHAPTER 1: Assignments |
Chapter 1 (Video Review):Quizlet Vocabulary Practice |

__Chapter 2: Graphs, Equations, and Inequalities__

__Chapter 2: Graphs, Equations, and Inequalities__

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**Overview**This chapter reviews solving linear equations and inequalities with an emphasis towards connecting the numeric, graphic, and algebraic methods for solving linear functions. Students explore the advantages and limitations of using tables, functions, and graphs to solve problems. A graphical method for solving linear equations, which involves graphing the left and right side of a linear equation, is introduced. Upon student understanding of solving and graphing equations by hand, the chapter introduces the use of a graphing calculator. Finally, the graphical method for solving problems is extended to include non-linear equations and inequalities.

Chapter 2 - Student Text |
Chapter 2 - Skills PracticeCHAPTER 2: Assignments |
Modeling with Linear Equations_5Chapter 2 (Video Review):Comparing Linear Functions_3 Modeling with Systems of Inequalities_10 Graphing Inequalities Intro_8 Absolute Value Equations_11 Nonlinear Equation Graphs_3 Multi-step Inequalities_8 Quizlet Vocabulary Practice |

**Chapter 3 - Linear Functions**

**Chapter 3 - Linear Functions**

**Overview:**This chapter guides student exploration and comprehension of different forms of linear equations. Questions ask students to compare the mathematical and contextual meanings of various linear equations and to determine when to use the most appropriate form of a linear equation to represent a problem situation.

Chapter 3 - Student Text |
Chapter 3 - Skills PracticeCHAPTER 3: Assignments |
Regression Line Example_7Chapter 3 (Video Review):Linear Equation Standard Form_8 Slope-Intercept Form_9 System of Linear Equations with Elimination_12 Quizlet Vocabulary Practice |

__Chapter 4 - Sequences__

__Chapter 4 - Sequences__

**Overview:**This chapter introduces students to sequences, and then focuses student attention on arithmetic and geometric sequences. Students then use recursive and explicit formulas to determine subsequent terms of a sequence. The relationship between arithmetic sequences and linear functions and some geometric sequences and exponential functions is developed.

Chapter 4 - Student Text |
Chapter 4 - Skills PracticeCHAPTER 4: Assignments |
Finding Patterns in Numbers_4Chapter 4 (Video Review):Arithmetic Sequences Intro_7 Geometric Sequences Intro_11 Explicit and Recursive Definitions of Sequences_8 Sequence Explicit Formula_2 Sequence Recursive Formula_3 Graphing Sequence Relationships_2 Quizlet Vocabulary Practice |

**Chapter 5 - Exponential Functions**

**Chapter 5 - Exponential Functions**

**Overview:**This chapter examines the graphical behavior of exponential functions, including intercepts, domain and range, intervals of increase or decrease, and asymptotes. Students also explore the transformations of exponential functions. The chapter then introduces students to the relationship between rational exponents and radical form. Students will learn the strategy to use common bases to solve simple exponential equations algebraically.

**Chapter 6 - Systems of Equations**

**Chapter 6 - Systems of Equations**

**Overview:**This chapter focuses on solving systems of linear equations graphically and algebraically using the substitution method and the linear combinations method.

**Chapter 7 - System of Inequalities**

**Chapter 7 - System of Inequalities**

**Overview:**This chapter focuses on graphing and solving systems of two or more inequalities. Questions ask students to use multiple representations to write and solve inequalities. Students apply this knowledge to solve linear systems with four constraints and label all the points of intersections.

**Chapter 8 - Analyzing Data Sets for One Variable**

**Chapter 8 - Analyzing Data Sets for One Variable**

**Overview:**This chapter reviews data analysis of data sets with one variable. Students first learn to represent data graphically through dot plots, histograms, and box-and-whisker plots. The chapter leads students to determining measures of center for a data set, determining any outliers in a data set, and determining the interquartile range (IQR) and standard deviation for data sets.

**Chapter 9 - Correlation and Residuals**

**Chapter 9 - Correlation and Residuals**

**Overview:**This chapter introduces the method of least squares to determine a linear regression line of a data set. The chapter then progresses to provide opportunities to determine the correlation coefficient of a data set by both pencil-and-paper and by using a graphing calculator. Then the chapter exposes students to residuals of a data set in which they will make determinations about which function type might be represent a data set. Finally, the chapter introduces students to causation and correlation.

**Chapter 10 - Analyzing Data Sets for Two Categorical Variables**

**Chapter 10 - Analyzing Data Sets for Two Categorical Variables**

**Overview:**This chapter introduces categorical data as opposed to numerical data students have encountered in the previous two chapters. Students learn how to organize data from a data table, determine the relative frequency distributions of a data set, determine the relative frequency conditional distribution, and finally to analyze categorical data to problem-solve and make decisions.

**Chapter 11 - Mathematical Modeling**

**Chapter 11 - Mathematical Modeling**

**Overview:**This chapter presents opportunities to model real-world data using linear and exponential functions. The focus builds student decision-making to determine the appropriate function or functions for a given data set.

**Chapter 12 - Geometry on the Coordinate Plane**

**Chapter 12 - Geometry on the Coordinate Plane**

**Overview:**This chapter uses distance, midpoint, and slope to examine segments and lines in the coordinate plane. Patty paper and constructions are used to duplicate segments and angles, bisect segments and angles, construct parallel and perpendicular lines, and construct triangles and quadrilaterals.

**Chapter 13 - Congruence Through Transformations**

**Chapter 13 - Congruence Through Transformations**

**Overview:**This chapter addresses transformations of figures on the coordinate plane, focusing on similarity and congruence, and the effects of transformation on coordinates. The chapter leads student exploration of the conditions for triangle congruence and opportunities for constructions of congruent triangles under the stated conditions are provided.

**Chapter 14 - Perimeter and Area of Geometric Figures on the Coordinate Plane**

**Chapter 14 - Perimeter and Area of Geometric Figures on the Coordinate Plane**

**Overview:**This chapter focuses on calculating perimeter and area of various geometric figures represented on the coordinate plane. The use of transformation is explored to ease arithmetic operations

**Chapter 15 - Connecting Algebra and Geometry with Polygons**

**Chapter 15 - Connecting Algebra and Geometry with Polygons**

**Overview:**This chapter focuses on using slope and distance to classify triangles and quadrilaterals on the coordinate plane. Given a subset of vertices and a set of conditions, the remaining possible vertices are determined.

**Chapter 16 - Logic**

**Chapter 16 - Logic**

**Overview:**This chapter introduces logical reasoning. Students have opportunities to explore induction and deduction to formulate conclusions. The chapter then leads students through conditional statements, truth values, and truth tables which provides opportunities for students to practice direct and indirect proof. The chapter concludes by having students solve logic puzzles.