# Quarter 1 Handouts and Classwork

Below is a collection of handouts and classwork from Quarter 1. Some classes may not have received certain handouts because of the many doubles that were lost from holidays.

Use these to review at any point throughout the year. I highly recommend!

Graphs:

Match the Distance Graph to Speed Graph

General Polynomials:

Important Stuff – Polynomial Addition and Subtraction

Multiplication and Exponents

Multiplication, Division, and Exponents

Multiplying Polynomials

Factoring:

Factoring Polynomials with GCF

Important Stuff – Factoring

Factoring Trinomials

The Joy of Factoring

Difficult Polynomial Problems

Solving Equations:

Solving Equations with Tables

Properties of Equality

Important Stuff – Solving Equations

Solving Equations Error Analysis

Equations with Fractions

Equations with Square Roots and Fractions

Solving Equations Review

Solving Literal Equations

Inequalities:

Solving Inequalities

# 10/28 – Quarterly 1 Materials

Here is the outline for the Algebra 1 Quarterly this Thursday.  There is no need to sign and return to me but I do encourage you to read it: quarterly-1-outline

Here is a set of Review Problems: Quarterly 1 Review Problems.

Here are the solutions to the Review Problems: Quarterly 1 Review Problems (Solutions)

Here is the optional “Mega Review” (68 problems):

Quarterly 1 Mega Review

Quarterly 1 Mega Review (Solutions)

Here are the supplementary problems we looked at in class today:

Quarterly 1 Supplemental Review

Thanks!

# 10/20 – Equations with Square Roots and Fractions

Group C is due tomorrow for 722 and 723 only:

equations-with-square-roots-and-fractions

For 722 and 723, our Do Now will be to review any problems you had trouble with.

# 10/19 – Solving Equations with Fractions

Due tomorrowunit-1-solving-equations

Class from today is optional but if you do a nice job and turn it in, I’ll boost your participation grade.  Please note the solutions are on the second page so you can get instant feedback, but it is your responsibility to try the questions first before looking at the solutions: equations-with-fractions

# 10/18 – Solving Equations

Due tomorrow (722 and 723 also have a supplement):  properties-of-equality

Due Thursdayunit-1-solving-equations

722 and 723: Like I mentioned in class today, it’s possible to use the properties of equality to turn each of the easier equations in our practice into the harder equations. If you want to try it for yourself, here’s the document: unit-2-lesson-3-solving-equations.