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of "Mathematics; Course 2:
PreAlgebra" by Bennett, Burger,
Chard, Jackson, Kennedy, Renfro, Roby,
Scheer and Waits
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list of approved textbooks for middle and high schools.
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Chapter 1: Principles of Algebra
11
Evaluating Algebraic Expressions; 12
Writing Algebraic Expressions;
13 Integers
and Absolute Value; 14 Adding
Integers; 15
Subtracting Integers; 16
Multiplying and Dividing Integers; 17
Solving Equations by Adding or Subtracting; 18
Solving Equations by Multiplying or Dividing; 19
Solving TwoStep Equations
Chapter 2: Rational Numbers
21 Rational
Numbers; 22
Comparing and Ordering Rational Numbers; 23
Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers; 24
Multiplying Rational Numbers; 25 Dividing
Rational Numbers;
26 Adding
and Subtracting with Unlike Denominators; 27
OneStep Equations with Rational Numbers;
28 TwoStep
Equations with Rational Numbers
Chapter 3: MultiStep Equations
and Inequalities
31 Properties
of Rational Numbers;
32 Simplifying
Algebraic Expressions; 33 Solving MultiStep
Equations; 34
Solving Equations with Variables on
Both Sides;
35 Inequalities; 36 Solving
Inequalities by Adding or Subtracting; 37 Solving
Inequalities by Multiplying or Dividing;
38
Solving TwoStep Inequalities
Chapter 4: Exponents and Roots
41 Exponents; 42
Integer Exponents; 43 Properties
of Exponents; 44 Multiplying
and Dividing Monomials; 45 Scientific
Notation;
46 Squares
and Square Roots; 47 Estimating
Square Roots; 48 The
Real Numbers; 49
The Pythagorean Theorem
Chapter 5: Ratios, Proportions,
and Similarity
51 Ratios;
52 Rates
and Unit Rates; 53
Proportions; 54 Dimensional
Analysis; 55
Similar Figures; 56 Indirect
Measurement; 57 Scale
Drawings and Scale Models
Chapter 6: Percents
61 Relating
Fractions, Decimals, and Percents;
62 Estimating
with Percents;
63 Finding
Percents;
64 Finding
a Number When the Percent is Known; 65
Applying Percent of Increase and Decrease; 66
Commission, Sales Tax, and Profit; 67a
Applying Simple Interest; 67b
Applying Compound Interest
Chapter 7: Graphs and Functions
71 The
Coordinate Plane; 72
Functions;
73 Graphing
Linear Functions; 74 Graphing
Quadratic Functions; 75 Cubic
Functions;
76 Rate
of Change and Slope; 77a Finding
Slope of a Line; 77b Graphing
Lines Using Slope and yintercept; 78
Interpreting Graphs; 79 Direct
Variation
Chapter 8: Foundations of Geometry
81 Points,
Lines, Planes, And Angles;
82 Geometric
Relationships; 83
Angle Relationships; 84 Triangles; 85a Quadrilaterals
and Polygons; 85b Coordiante
Geometry; 86 Congruent
Polygons; 87 Transformations;
88 Tessellations
Chapter 9: TwoDimensional Geometry
91 Perimeter
and Area of Parallelograms;
92 Perimeter
and Area of Triangles and Trapezoids; 93 Circles; 94 Circumference
and Area; 95
Area of Composite Figures;
96
Area of Irregular Figures
Chapter 10: ThreeDimensional
Geometry
101 ThreeDimensional
Figures; 102
Volume of Prisms and Cylinders; 103 Volume
of Pyramids and Cones; 104 Surface
Area of Prisms and Cylinders; 105
Surface Area of Pyramids and Cones;
106 Spheres; 107
Scaling ThreeDimensional Figures
Chapter 11: Data, Statistics,
and Probability
111 Line
Plots and StemLeaf Plots; 112
Mean, Median, Mode, and Range; 113 BoxandWhisker
Plots; 114 Scatter
Plots; 115
Probability; 116
Experimental Probability; 117 Theoretical
Probability; 118 Independent
and Dependent Events
Chapter 12: Polynomials
121 Polynomials; 122
Simplifying Polynomials; 123 Adding
Polynomials; 124 Subtracting
Polynomials; 125
Multiplying Polynomials by Monomials; 126
Multiplying Binomials
