Week 1
4. Use proper set notation for solution sets.
Introduction and Basic Concepts
Chapter 1: Basic Concepts
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 1.11.6
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Welcome Post Using Math to Save Money, Quiz Sections 1.11.6
Week 2
1. Solve and graph linear equations and inequalities.
Objective: Students will be able to solve linear equations and inequalities, and represent their solutions using proper set notation. They will also develop the skill to graph linear equations on the coordinate plane.
Chapter 2: Linear Equations and Inequalities
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 2.1  2.4
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money
Quiz Sections: 2.1  2.4
Week 3
2. Solve equations and inequalities involving absolute value.
Objective: Students will demonstrate the ability to solve equations and inequalities containing absolute value, employing proper set notation to represent solution sets.
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 2.5  2.8
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Quiz Sections: 2.5  2.8
Week 4
3. Given information of a line, such as slope and intercept, find its equation.
Objective: Students will master the process of finding equations of lines given information such as slope and intercept. They will also analyze and interpret key features of lines.
Chapter 3: Equations and Inequalities in Two Variables and Functions
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 3.13.4
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money
Quiz Sections: 3.1  3.4
Week 5
5. Solve systems of linear equations and inequalities of two variables by graphing and using algebraic methods.
Objective: Students will be proficient in solving systems of linear equations and inequalities using both graphical methods and algebraic techniques. They will represent solutions using set notation.
Chapter 4: Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 4.1  4.3
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money, Quiz Sections: 4.1  4.3
Week 6
6. Perform all operations using polynomials and rational expressions.
Objective: Students will perform operations with polynomials and rational expressions, demonstrating a deep understanding of these algebraic concepts.
Chapter 5: Polynomials
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 5.1  5.3
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money, Quiz Sections: 5.1  5.3
Week 7
7. Factor polynomials such as quadratic trinomials, quadratic binomials (special cases of trinomial factoring), higher order trinomials of the quadratic form, and cubic polynomials.
Objective: Students will develop the skill to factor various types of polynomials, including quadratic trinomials, quadratic binomials, higherorder trinomials, and cubic polynomials.
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 5.4  5.5
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Social Justice Post, Quiz Sections: 5.4  5.5
Week 8
6. Perform all operations using polynomials and rational expressions.
Objective: Students will develop the skill to factor various types of polynomials, including quadratic trinomials, quadratic binomials, higherorder trinomials, and cubic polynomials.
Chapter 6: Rational Expressions and Equations
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 6.1  6.4
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money, Quiz Sections: 6.1  6.4
Week 9
8. Apply properties of exponents (including positive, negative, and fractional exponents) and radicals.
Objective: Students will apply properties of exponents, including positive, negative, and fractional exponents. They will also manipulate radicals and radical expressions proficiently.
Chapter 7: Rational Exponents and Radicals
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 7.1  7.4
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money
Quiz Sections: 7.1  7.4
Week 10
Quadratic Equations
Objective: Students will define and graph quadratic functions and successfully solve quadratic equations using different methods.
Chapter 8: Quadratic Equations
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 3.6, 8.18.4
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money
Quiz Sections: 3.6, 8.18.4
Week 11
9. Define and graph functions including absolute value, quadratic, and square root.
Objective: Students will define and graph different types of functions, including absolute value, quadratic, and square root functions.
Absolute Value Function 172 3.6
Quadratic Function 457460 8.5
Square Root Function 365 7.2
Due Friday: Assignment Sections 3.6, 7.2, 8.5
Due Monday: Discussion Board, Using Math to Save Money
Quiz Sections: 3.6, 7.2, 8.5
Week 12
FINAL EXAM
