Advanced Algebra I
Acellus Algebra I – Advanced teaches students the basic principles, rules, and operations of working with expressions containing variables. It is taught by award-winning Acellus Master Teacher, Patrick Mara.
Acellus Algebra I - Advanced is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Sample Lesson - Absolute Value Functions
Course Objectives & Student Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of Acellus Algebra I – Advanced, students will have a strong foundation in basic Algebra skills upon which they can build as they delve into more advanced mathematical concepts in future years. Students will know how to solve equations and inequalities and systems of the same. They will be familiar with various types of functions — including linear, quadratic, exponential, and rational functions — and use them to model real world situations. They understand and can identify linear and exponential patterns. Students know what polynomials are and how to factor them. They learn how to model using quadratic equations and have experience working with radical and rational expressions and equations. Students will be familiar with frequency tables, histograms, and box and whisker plots, and will know how to conduct a meaningful survey. They will also know how to calculate permutation and combinations, theoretical and experimental probability, as well as the probability of compound events.
This course was developed by the International Academy of Science. Learn More