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Algebra I
Algebra I is a study of linear equations and inequalities with an introduction to quadratic functions, inverse variation and exponential growth. Students will use functions to represent, model, analyze, and interpret relationships in problem situations. Topics include graphing, solving equations and inequalities, and systems of linear equations and inequalities. Quadratic and nonlinear functions will be explored. This course will include the appropriate use of graphing technology.

This course emphasizes the investigation and use of relations, properties, and measurement of surfaces, lines, and angles in one, two, and three-dimensional figures. It is designed to develop deductive reasoning and to emphasize problem solving using proofs and definitions while integrating algebraic concepts.