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 Select an assignment and go to work: Lesson 1. Symbols, Formulas, ProblemsAssignment 1-1 Assignment 1-2Lesson 2. Negative Numbers, GraphsAssignment 2-1 Assignment 2-2Lesson 3. Addition and SubtractionAssignment 3-1 Assignment 3-2Lesson 4. EquationsAssignment 4-1 Assignment 4-2Lesson 5. Multiplication, DivisionAssignment 5-1 Assignment 5-2Lesson 6. Short Multiplications, SimplificationAssignment 6-1 Assignment 6-2Lesson 7. Equations (Cont'd)Assignment 7-1 Assignment 7-2Lesson 8. FactoringAssignment 8-1 Assignment 8-2Lesson 9. FractionsAssignment 9-1 Assignment 9-2Lesson 10. Fractional and Literal EquationsAssignment 10-1 Assignment 10-2Lesson 11. Simultaneous EquationsAssignment 11-1 Assignment 11-2Lesson 12. GraphsAssignment 12-1 Assignment 12-2Lesson 13. Square RootsAssignment 13-1 Assignment 13-2Lesson 14. RadicalsAssignment 14-1 Assignment 14-2Lesson 15. Quadratic EquationsAssignment 15-1 Assignment 15-2Lesson 16. Additional TopicsAssignment 16-1 Assignment 16-2 By today's academic standards, this is a very demanding course of study. The subject matter, itself, isn't unusually intensive or abstract — the topics are identical to those in most public school programs. It is the number of exercises and examples that sets this course apart from the typical Algebra I course. The emphasis is upon developing your own thinking processes, not only to solve problems, but to understand, conceptualize, and set up the best methods for solving them. This is a trait that is demanded for successful scientists, engineers, software analysts and designers, technologists, and mathematicians — or for anyone who simply wants a deeper understanding of the world and human imagination. You can see the topics and their order of presentation in the list of assignments on this page. Prerequisites:  We strongly suggest you have completed a more conventional Algebra I course, or at least a college-level Pre-Algebra course.