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Algebra 1

• Series

The World of Algebra!

Next session on Feb 4, 2023

Hosted by Mustufa M

Series Details

Sessions

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Series Details

About

Hi! Having trouble with the basics of algebra? Well, this is the perfect series for you! In this almost-two-month long adventure, we will learn the following Algebra I topics:

- Variables ("Why x?")

- Solving equivalent expressions

- Solving linear equations and inequalities

- Unit conversion

- Linear equations and graphs: slope-intercept form, point-slope form, and standard form

- Systems of linear equations

- Graphs of linear inequalities

This series is meant for beginners (who know pre-algebra) or those who just wish to brush up on their fundamentals. There are many more complex Algebra I topics, but I'll only be focusing on the six mentioned above.

For every topic, there will be an interactive lecture, a short quiz, and time for you to ask questions and further discussion. More about this in the 'Orientation' Session!

See ya there!

✋ ATTENDANCE POLICY

Topics are cumulative, so try to attend every session — right from the beginning. If you have to miss a session, let me know — I will help you out afterward and even host a makeup session so that you can catch up on missed material.

Dates

January 14 - March 4

Learners

10 / 20

Total Sessions

15

About the Tutor

Upcoming Sessions

9
4
Feb

Session 7

Working with units

Today, we'll learn dimensional analysis, how to convert between units (i.e., from m/s → km/h), and the use of appropriate units.

5
Feb

Session 8

Linear equations & graphs

Why do graphs exist? Join this session to find out, and learn about:

- Linear graphs involving two variables

- Finding the slope of a graph, and its intercepts

- Applications of linear graphs (i.e., word problems)

11
Feb

Session 9

Forms of linear equations

We will learn the three equivalent ways of writing a linear equation of a graph:

1) Slope-intercept form

2) Point-slope form

3) Standard form

We will derive the three, solve questions, and understand the benefits of each.

12
Feb

Session 10

Office Hours

Ask questions about what we've covered so far!

18
Feb

Session 11

Systems of equations

Today we will look at what a system of two (or more) equations is, and how they can be solved using substitution, and elimination.

19
Feb

Session 12

Systems of equations

Let's solve unique questions about systems of equations!

25
Feb

Session 13

Inequalities (systems & graphs)

In this session, we will solve real-life problems by graphing linear inequalities — a powerful process called 'linear programming'.

26
Feb

Session 14

Inequalities (systems & graphs)

Linear inequalities can be graphed, just like regular equations — they're just a little more complicated. How? That's what we'll learn today!

4
Mar

Session 15

Review

The final session! The journey ends with a brief recap of EVERY topic this session has spanned across.

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