 Hazleton Area High School
 Algebra Concepts
Algebra Concepts

Curriculum
A preassessment will be given. The assessment is located on page 50 of the Algebra Concepts textbook.
Chapter 2: Integers and Rational Numbers
*This chapter should be a review and will be completed during the first week of the course.
Section 2.1: Integers and number lines, Absolute values
Section 2.2: Rational numbers (Positive and Negative)
Section 2.3: Add
Section 2.4: Subtract
Section 2.5: Multiply
Section 2.6: Divide
Section 2.7: Distributive property, Factoring
Section 3.1: Addition property of equations
Section 3.2: Multiplication property of equalities
Chapter 3: Equations
Section 3.3: Using properties together
Section 3.4: Expressions and equations
Section 3.5: Solving equations. Whole numbers
Section 3.6: Decimal numbers and fractions
Section 3.9: Proportions
Section 3.10: Percent, Decimal, Fraction
Section 3.11: More Expressions and EquationsChapter 4: Inequalities
Section 4.1: Inequalities and their graphs
Section 4.3: Multiplication property
Section 4.4: Using Inequalities
Chapter 5: Exponents
Section 5.1: Exponents
Section 5.2: More with Exponents
Section 5.3: Multiplying and dividing monomials
Section 5.5: Polynomial types
Section 5.6: More on Polynomials
Section 5.7: Adding polynomials
Section 5.8: Subtracting polynomials
Section 5.9: Multiplying of monomials and binomials
Section 5.10: Special products
Section 5.11: Multiplying Polynomials
Chapter 6: Polynomials and Factoring
Section 6.1: Factoring
Section 6.2: Difference of two squares
Section 6.3: Trinomial Squares
Section 6.4: Factoring x2 + bx + c
Section 6.5: Factoring ax2 + bx + c
Section 6.7: Factoring a general strategy
Section 6.8: Solve equations by factoring
Section 6.9: Word problems
Chapter 7: Graphs and Linear Equations
Section 7.1: Graphing ordered pairs
Section 7.2: Graphing equations
Section 7.3: Linear equations, intercepts, standard form
Section 7.4: Slope intercept
Section 7.5: Equation and slope
Section 7.6: Finding an equation of a line
Section 7.8: Parallel and perpendicular lines** Both a midterm and final exam can be expected within this math course.