GCFLearnFree.org - Algebra Topics
Ten interactive tutorials on algebra topics.
This tutorial has a series of ten online, interactive lessons on pre-algebra and algebra.
- Order of Operations
- Negative Numbers
- Reciprocals and Inverse Numbers
- Algebra Basics
- Reading Algebraic Equations
- Writing Algebraic Equations
- Simplifying Expressions
- Solving Equations
- Word Problems
- Introduction to Word Problems
- Distance Word Problems
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The layout, thoroughness, and content-specific information in GCFLearnFree Algebra Topics make it an attractive resource for adult education classes. While it may not satisfy all the needs of the adult education student, it is a valuable reference.
The course is clearly explained with relevant illustrations. It progresses at a pace that most students could understand respecting both adult and K-12 students. The thoroughness and clarity might clear up some misconceptions that students got from their face-to-face class.
This component is more of a refresher on the most common topics, not a full Algebra I course It does cover pre-algebra topics (order of operations, exponents, negative numbers, and reciprocals and inverse numbers); algebra (reading algebraic expressions, writing algebraic expressions, simplifying expressions, solving equations), and word problems (introduction to word problems and distance word problems).
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