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# Algebra 1

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9th - College
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3rd-6th
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5th-7th
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6th - 9th
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7th - High School
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8th - High School
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9th
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6th - High School
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5th - 8th
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5th - 8th
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4th - 8th
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6th - High School
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8th - 9th
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6th - High School
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9th - High School
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Product
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6th - 8th
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8th - High School
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8th - High School
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8th
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8th - 9th
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4th - 7th
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3rd - High School
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Algebra 1 is a high school level math class that covers equations, inequalities, functions, and other topics related to solving equations. The focus of the class is solving equations and understanding how to use algebraic concepts to solve problems. In order to study equations and expressions, we first need to understand what they are and how they work.

An equation is a mathematical statement that two things are equal. We use the equal sign (=) to show that two things are equal.

An expression is a mathematical statement that is not an equation. We can think of an expression as a combination of numbers and operations.

In order to solve equations and simplify expressions, we need to be able to do algebra. Algebra is the mathematics of equations and expressions.

There are three basic operations in algebra: addition, subtraction, and multiplication.

subtraction: A - B

multiplication: A x B

In order to add or subtract two equations, we need to have the same variable on both sides of the equal sign. For example, if we have the equation:

A + B = C

We can add or subtract any number from both sides of the equation and the equation will still be true. So, if we added 2 to both sides of the equation, we would have:

A + B + 2 = C + 2

Which is still true.

In order to multiply or divide two equations, we need to have the same variable on both sides of the equal sign. For example, if we have the equation:

A x B = C

We can multiply or divide any number from both sides of the equation and the equation will still be true. So, if we multiplied both sides of the equation by 2, we would have:

2A x 2B = 2C

Which is still true.

Algebra 1 is the branch of mathematics that deals with the rules of operations and relations, and the study of algebraic structures. Algebra 1 is a critical foundation for students who wish to pursue higher mathematics, such as geometry, algebra 2, and calculus. In addition, algebra 1 is often used in daily life, such as in solving equations and graphing linear functions.