The notes in the first group are on basic *math*, rather than
basic *algebra*: The kind of math you'd take before taking a
basic algebra course.

These are notes on basic algebra. (Not all the topics that I cover in class have been written up yet.) The notes here are fairly complete, but sometimes the examples are given without much explanation.

- Solving linear equations

[PDF] - Solving linear inequalities

[PDF] - Formulas (solving an
equation for a variable)

[PDF] -
Word problems that give linear equations

[PDF] - Solving absolute value equations

[PDF] - Solving absolute value inequalities

[PDF] - Slope and equations of lines

[PDF] -
Systems of linear equations

[PDF] -
Word problems giving rise to systems of linear equations (items with
different prices), simple interest, mixtures, complementary angles

[PDF] - Functions: A quick review of
graphs, domain and range, intervals of increase and decrease,
composites

[PDF] - Integer
exponents

[PDF] - Polynomials: Addition
and multiplication

[PDF] - Polynomial division [a couple of examples are missing details]

[PDF] - Factoring polynomials

[PDF] - Simplifying rational
expressions

[PDF] -
Solving fraction equations (equations involving rational
functions of the variable)

[PDF] - Word problems
(sometimes) involving fractions (tank problems, speed-time-distance,
and work problems)

[PDF] - Graphing and Cartesian coordinates:
midpoints, distance, graphing equations; intercepts, symmetry

[PDF] - Direct and inverse
variation

[PDF] -
Rational exponents and radicals

[PDF] - Complex numbers

[PDF] -
Completing the square; the Quadratic Formula

[PDF] -
Word problems leading to quadratics

[PDF] -
Solving radical equations

[PDF] -
Solving equations which are quadratic in form

[PDF] -
A brief description of the graph of a quadratic function

[PDF] -
Solving quadratic inequalities by graphing; solving other
inequalities using a sign chart

[PDF] -
Inverse functions

[PDF] - Exponential functions

[PDF] - Logarithms

[PDF]