r of Operations 1-3Properties of Numbers Extend 1-3 Algebra Lab: Accuracy 1-4The Distributive Property 1-5Equations 1-6Relations 1-7Functions Extend 1-7 Graphing Technology Lab: Representing Functions1-8Interpreting Graphs of Functions Chapter 2 Linear Equations2-1Writing Equations Explore 2-2 Algebra Lab: Solving Equations 2-2Solving One-Step Equations Explore 2-3 Algebra Lab: Solving Multi-Step Equations 2-3Solving Multi-Step Equations 2-4Solving Equations with the Variable on Each Side 2-5Solving Equations Involving Absolute Value 2-6Ratios and Proportions Extend 2-6 Spreadsheet Lab: Descriptive Modeling 2-7Percent of Change Extend 2-7 Algebra Lab: Percentiles 2-8Literal Equations and Dimensional Analysis2-9Weighted AveragesUnit 2 Linear RelationshipsChapter 3 Linear FunctionsExplore 3-1 Algebra Lab: Analyzing Linear Graphs 3-1Graphing Linear Equations3-2Solving Linear Equations by Graphing Extend 3-2 Graphing Technology Lab: Graphing Linear EquationsExplore 3-3 Algebra Lab: Rate of Change of a Linear Function 3-3Rate of Change and Slope 3-4Direct Variation 3-5Arithmetic Sequences as Linear Functions Extend 3-5 Algebra Lab: Inductive and Deductive Reasoning 3-6Proportional and Nonproportional Relationships Chapter 4 Equations of Linear Functions Explore 4-1 Graphing Technology Lab: Investigating Slope-Intercept Form 4-1Graphing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form Extend 4-1 Graphing Technology Lab: The Family of Linear Graphs 4-2Writing Equations in Slope-Intercept Form 4-3Writing Equations in Point-Slope Form 4-4Parallel and Perpendicular Lines 4-5Scatter Plots and Lines of Fit Extend 4-5 Algebra Lab: Correlation and Causation 4-6Regression and Median-Fit Lines 4-7Inverse Linear Functions Extend 4-7 Algebra Lab: Drawing InversesChapter 5 Linear Inequalities5-1Solving Inequalities by Addition and Subtraction Explore 5-2 Algebra Lab: Solving Inequalities 5-2Solving Inequalities by Multiplication and Division 5-3Solving Multi-Step Inequalities Explore 5-4 Algebra Lab: Reading Compound Statements 5-4Solving Compound Inequalities 5-5Inequalities Involving Absolute Value 5-6Graphing Inequalities in Two VariablesExtend 5-6 Graphing Technology Lab: Graphing Inequalities Chapter 6 Systems of Linear Equations and Inequalities6-1Graphing Systems of Equations Extend 6-1 Graphing Technology Lab: Systems of Equations 6-2Substitution 6-3Elimination Using Addition and Subtraction 6-4Elimination Using Multiplication 6-5Applying Systems of Linear Equations Extend 6-5 Algebra Lab: Using Matrices to Solve Systems of Equations6-6Systems of InequalitiesExtend 6-6 Graphing Technology Lab: Systems of InequalitiesUnit 3 Exponential and Quadratic RelationshipsChapter 7 Exponents and Exponential Functions 7-1Multiplication Properties of Exponents 7-2Division Properties of Exponents 7-3Rational Exponents 7-4Scientific NotationExplore 7-5 Graphing Technology Lab: Family of Exponential Functions7-5Exponential FunctionsExtend 7-5 Graphing Technology Lab: Solving Exponential Equations and Inequalities7-6Growth and DecayExtend 7-6 Algebra Lab: Analyzing Exponential Equations7-7Geometric Sequences as Exponential FunctionsExtend 7-7 Algebra Lab: Average Rate of Change of Exponential Functions7-8Recursive FormulasChapter 8 Quadratic Expressions and EquationsExplore 8-1 Algebra Lab: Adding and Subtracting Polynomials8-1Adding and Subtracting Polynomials8-2Multiplying a Polynomial by a Monomial Explore 8-3 Algebra Lab: Multiplying Polynomials 8-3Multiplying Polynomials 8-4Special Products Explore 8-5 Algebra Lab: Factoring Using the Distributive Property 8-5Using the Distributive Property Explore 8-6 Algebra Lab: Factoring Trinomials 8-6Solving x2 + bx + c = 0 8-7Solving ax2 + bx + c = 0 8-8Differences of Squares 8-9Perfect Squares Chapter 9 Quadratic Functions and Equations9-1Graphing Quadratic FunctionsExtend 9-1 Graphing Technology Lab: Rate of Change of a Quadratic Function 9-2Solving Quadratic Equations by Graphing Extend 9-2 Graphing Technology Lab: Quadratic Inequalities Explore 9-3 Graphing Technology Lab: Family of Quadratic Functions 9-3Transformations of Quadratic FunctionsExtend 9-3 Graphing Technology Lab: Systems of Linear and Quadratic Equations 9-4Solving Quadratic Equations by Completing the Square Extend 9-4 Algebra Lab: Finding the Maximum or Minimum Value 9-5Solving Quadratic Equations by Using the Quadratic Formula 9-6Analyzing Functions with Successive Differences and Ratios Extend 9-6 Graphing Technology Lab: Curve Fitting 9-7Special FunctionsExtend 9-7 Graphing Technology Lab: Piecewise-Linear Functions Unit 4 Advanced Functions and EquationsChapter 10 Radical Functions and GeometryExplore 10-1 Algebra Lab: Inverse Functions10-1Square Root Functions Extend 10-1 Graphing Technology Lab: Graphing Square Root Functions 10-2Simplifying Radical Expressions Extend 10-2 Algebra Lab: Rational and Irrational Numbers 10-3Operations with Radical Expressions Extend 10-3 Algebra Lab: Simplifying nth Root Expressions10-4Radical Equations 10-5The Pythagorean Theorem Extend 10-5 Algebra Lab: Distance on the Coordinate PlaneExplore 10-6 Algebra Lab: Trigonometric Ratios 10-6Trigonometric Ratios Chapter 11 Rational Functions and EquationsExplore 11-1 Graphing Technology Lab: Inverse Variation 11-1Inverse Variation Explore 11-2 Graphing Technology Lab: Family of Rational Functions11-2Rational Functions 11-3Simplifying Rational ExpressionsExtend 11-3 Graphing Technology Lab: Simplifying Rational Expressions 11-4Multiplying and Dividing Rational Expressions 11-5Dividing Polynomials 11-6Adding and Subtracting Rational Expressions 11-7Mixed Expressions and Complex Fractions 11-8Rational Equations and FunctionsExtend 11-8 Graphing Technology Lab: Solving Rational Equations Unit 5 Data AnalysisChapter 12 Statistics and Probability 12-1Samples and Studies Extend 12-1 Algebra Lab: Evaluating Published Data12-2Statistics and Parameters 12-3 Distributions of Data 12-4Comparing Sets of Data 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