## Pre Algebra

### 1.1 Integer Exponents

### 1.2 Scientific Notation

### 1.3 Laws of Exponents

### 1.4 Squares and Square Roots

### 1.5 Operations with Square Roots

1.5 Operations with Square Roots powerpoint

1.5 Operations with Square Roots pdf

In this lesson you will

● Learn about the **radical symbol;**

● Learn that an expression containing a radical symbol is called a **radical expression**.

● Learn that the value under a radical symbol is called the **radicand **.

● Learn how to use the Distributive Property to combine like terms in radical expressions.

**Worksheets used in school can be found here: **

### 1.6 The Real Numbers

1.6 The Real Numbers powerpoint

In this lesson you will

●Learn to determine if a number is rational or irrational

● Rational number is a number that can be written as a ratio (fraction) of two integers with a nonzero denominator.

● An *irrational *number as a number that *cannot *be written as a ratio of two integers.

● The set of real numbers consists of the set of all rational numbers together with the set of all irrational

numbers.

**Worksheets used in school can be found here: **

### 1.7 Percents and Proportions

1.7 Percents and Proportions powerpoint

1.7 Percents and Proportions pdf

In this lesson you will

● Learn to find the percent

● Learn to find the part

● Learn to find the whole

I will post the worksheets done in school and as HW as soon as the scanner gets fixed

### 1.8 Percents and Equations

### 1.9 Percent of Change

1.9 percent of Change powerpoint

In this lesson you will

● Learn to find percent** of Increase or Decrease**

● Learn that actual amount of increase or decrease is not the same as the percent of increase or decrease.

● Learn that when calculating the percent, we must compare the amount of increase or decrease with the original amount.

1.9 Percent of Increase and Decrease Practice A

1.9 Percent of Increase and Decrease Practice B

1.9 Percent of Increase and Decrease Practice C

### 3.1 Interpreting Graphs

3.1 Interpreting Graphs powerpoint

Students interpret

information given in a graph and

make a graph to model a situation

● Learn to interpret information given in a graph

● Learn to make a graph to model a situation

3.1 Interpreting Graphs Practice A

### 3.2 Functions

http://my.hrw.com//math06_07/nsmedia/destination/ma1_1/MA1_1/Module2/Unit2/Session3/Tutorial.html

In this lesson, you will:

- Learn to represent functions with tables, graphs, or equations.
- Learn the important vocabulary terms in the lesson