##### Algebra I - Summer Review

Algebra I is an important course as it will be the basis of your foundation in Geometry while preparing you for your future in mathematics.  Our expectation is that each student is fully prepared; therefore, the following math concepts must be mastered prior to the beginning of Algebra I.  A set of review problems covering these topics is attached.

• Whole number operations
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide.
• Decimal operations
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide.
• Fraction operations
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide.
• Integer operations
• Add, subtract, multiply and divide
• Fractions, decimals and percent.
• Change fraction to a decimal and a percent.
• Order of operations
• Distributive property
• Translate words into mathematical statements in order to solve problems
• Graph numbers on a number line
• Compare and order real numbers
• Solve one-step equations and multi-step equations.
• Solve proportions
• Make table of values for a function
• Graph linear function
• Solve and graph inequalities.
• How to use math tools
• Ruler
• Protractor
• Compass
• Basic Area and Volume
• Parent functions

If you struggle with any topics as you review, one web site is https://www.ixl.com/math/ . On IXL you will find many grade levels of example problems that you may find helpful if you have a particular struggle as you review.  Other web sites with additional review material are http://www.coolmath.com/  and https://www.khanacademy.org/  .

Although completion of this review is optional, we will be testing over this material sometime during .  You will have a chance to get some questions answered the first few days of class.