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### Series Details

About

*Series requested by previous learners*

This will be an introductory series to Algebra 1. We will do a comprehensive review of each subtopic of Algebra 1 from algebra foundations to quadratic functions every week. We will be covering the whole Algebra 1 KA unit with some things discussed outside of Khan Academy.

There are no prerequisites, but some prior knowledge of pre-algebra (factors and multiples, percentages, ratios and proportions, etc.) would be beneficial.

Please feel free to explore the whole unit if you wish: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/algebra

Here is also the link to the folder of all of the topics we have covered so far: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1Q1CZFRO4NNNDbe_ngvvkzIHSQGQE_zfJ?usp=sharing

*More sessions will be added over time :)

✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY

Although there is no strict attendance policy, it is recommended that learners attend every session since the concepts will build on each other. If they so desired, students could also ask for make-up sessions.

Dates

September 3 - March 11

Learners

22 / 30

Total Sessions

26

### About the Tutor

Hi! I’m Christine, and I'm an incoming 11th grader from the Philippines ☀️I'm grateful to be a tutor here and I hope to assist people seeking help in some subjects that I am knowledgeable in.

### Upcoming Sessions

Session 8

#### Review

We will be reviewing the previous topics discussed before we move on to our next unit

Session 9

#### Linear equations & graphs

We will first start by introducing the Cartesian coordinate system and locating points on a plane. Then, we will cover two-variable linear equations in the subsequent sessions.

Session 10

#### Linear equations & graphs

*Continuation of the last session*

The graphs of linear equations will be introduced in this lesson. We will talk about the slope and intercepts of a line. As always, I will be sharing the link to my presentations after the session and catch-up sessions are available!

Session 11

#### Meetup

This session will be dedicated mainly to practice problems. We will be deriving the slope of each line in a given graph. We will also be writing and graphing lines from a given slope and y-intercept.

Session 12

#### Linear equations & graphs

As a conituation of our last session, we will be covering parallel and perpendicular lines

Session 13

#### Forms of linear equations

We will be covering the standard, slope-intercept, and point-slope forms of a line. We will also derive equations of some lines using two given points.

Session 14

#### Office Hours

Optional session- please come if you have any questions about the lessons before we move on to the next unit!

Session 15

#### Systems of equations

We will be solving systems of linear equations in two variables using the graphing method, and the algebraic methods (substitution and elimination).

Session 16

#### Review

We will be having word problems on Systems of Linear Equations in two variables

Session 18

#### Systems of equations

We will be covering systems the definition and methods of solving systems of equations in three variables.

Session 19

#### Other

Optional session- We will be using Cramer’s rule as a method for solving systems of equations.

Session 20

#### Review

This session will be mostly dedicated to practice problems on systems of equations before going to the next subtopic- Linear Inequalities

Session 21

#### Inequalities (systems & graphs)

We will be covering Systems of Linear Inequalities. First we will define linear inequalities in two variables, differentiate linear inequalities with linear equations and determine whether a point is a solution to a linear inequality or not.

Session 22

#### Inequalities (systems & graphs)

We will be covering graphs of linear inequalities in two variables.

Session 23

#### Inequalities (systems & graphs)

We will be covering compound inequalities in two variables and solve them by graphing,

Session 24

#### Meetup

More practice problems regarding systems of linear inequalities.

Session 25

#### Functions

We will begin by defining relations and functions. We will tell a function apart from a relation that isn't a function and use functional notation to express and evaluate functions.

Session 26

#### Functions

Continuation of previous session-

We will determine the domain and range of a function, the maximum and minimum points, and function intervals.

Session 27

#### Functions

We will be performing operations on functions.