Algebra I is the beginning of math in the dialectic years. It provides an important foundation for all mathematics that follow. Topics include factoring; rational expressions; systems of equations; lines; solving linear, fractional and quadratic equations; solving inequalities; rational and irrational numbers; and exponents, including negative exponents. The foundation built here will prove helpful for further math studies, not to mention many of life's mathematical problems. Homework will average 3 - 5 hours per week.
Algebra I is taught by an expert instructor in the Veritas Virtual Classroom and is limited to only 20 students per course.
Courses begin September 4th and end May 17th. To view the complete Academic Calendar click HERE.
Minimum age of 12 on first day of class. Successful completion of VSA Mathematics 6 - Saxon Pre-Algebra or comparable course in the previous 24 months is strongly encouraged.
Algebra I Course Kit (003551) The Course Kit contains all the items listed below it at a discounted rate.
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