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supplements for use with Holt's California Edition
of "Algebra 1" by Burger,
Chard, Hall, Kennedy, and Leinwand
shown below. This text is one of the few on California's state
list of approved textbooks for middle and high schools.
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Chapter 1: Language of Algebra
11
Variables and Expressions; 12
Adding and Subtracting Real Numbers;
13 Multiplying and Dividing Real
Numbers; 14 Powers and Exponents; 15
Roots and Irrational Numbers; 16
Properties of Real Numbers; 17
Simplifying Expressions
Chapter 2: Equations
21 Solving Onestep Equations; 22
Solving Twostep Equations; 23
Solving Multistep Equations; 24
Solving Equations with Variables on
Both Sides; 24LR&53LR Logical
Reasoning; 25 Solving Proportions;
26 Solving Literal Equations
for a Variable; 27 Solving Absolute
Value Equations
Chapter 3: Inequalities
31 Graphing and Writing Inequalities;
32 Solving Inequalities by Adding
and Subtracting; 33 Solving Inequalities
by Multiplying and Dividing; 34
Solving Twostep and Multistep Inequalities;
35 Solving Inequalities with
Variables on Both Sides; 36 Solving
Compound Inequalities; 37 Solving
Absolute Value Inequalities
Chapter 4: Functions
41 Graphing Relationships; 42
Relations and Functions; 43 Writing
Functions; 44 Scatter Plots and
Trend Lines; 45 Arithmetic Sequences;
RTD  Basic Rate, Time, and Distance
Problems
Chapter 5: Linear Functions
51 Linear Equations and Functions;
52 Using Intercepts; 53a
Slope; 53b Using Slope to Graph
Lines; 54 Direct Variation; 55
SlopeIntercept Form; 56 PointSlope
Form; 57 Slopes of Parallel and
Perpendicular Lines; MI – Mixture
and Investment Problems
Chapter 6: Systems of Equations
and Inequalities
61 Solving Systems by Graphing;
62 Solving Systems by Substitution;
63 Solving Systems by Elimination;
64 Solving Special Systems; 65a
Applying Systems: RT=D, Mixture; 65b
Applying Systems: Age, Digit; 66
Solving Linear Inequalities; 67
Solving Systems of Linear Inequalities
Chapter 7: Exponents and Polynomials
71 Integer Exponents; 72
Powers of 10 and Scientific Notation;
73 Multiplication Properties
of Exponents; 74 Division Properties
of Exponents; 75 Fractional Exponents;
76 Polynomials; 77 Adding
and Subtracting Polynomials; 78
Multiplying Polynomials; 79 Special
Products of Binomials
Chapter 8: Factoring Polynomials
81 Factors and Greatest Common Factors;
82 Factoring by GCF; 83
Factoring x2 + bx + c; 84 Factoring
ax2 + bx + c; 85 Factoring Special
Products; 86 Choosing a Factoring
Method
Chapter 9: Quadratic Equations
and Functions
91 Quadratic Equations and Functions;
92 Characteristics of Quadratic
Functions; 93 Graphing Quadratic
Functions; 94a Solving
Quadratic Equations by Graphing; 94b
Using the Quadratic Formula; 95
Solving Quadratic Equations by Factoring;
96a Solving Quadratic Equations
Using Square Roots; 96b Distance
Formula; 97 Completing the Square;
98 The Quadratic Formula;
99 The Discriminant
Chapter 10: Rational Functions
and Equations
101 Inverse Variation; 102
Rational Functions; 103 Simplifying
Rational Expressions; 104 Multiplying
and Dividing Rational Expressions; 105
Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions;
106 Dividing Polynomials; 107
Solving Rational Equations; 108
Applying Rational Equations
Chapter 11: Exponential and Radical
Functions
111 Square Root Functions; 112a
Simplifying Irrational Roots; 112b
Simplifying Roots of Variable Expressions;
113 Adding and Subtracting Radical
Expressions; 114 Multiplying
and Dividing Radical Expressions; 115
Solving Radical Equations; 116
Geometric Sequences; 117 Exponential
Functions; 118 Exponential Growth
and Decay; 119 Linear, Quadratic,
and Exponential Models
