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Chapter 1.R: Integrated Review

    1.R.1 Reading and Writing Whole Numbers
    1. Whole Numbers and Rounding
    2. Reading and Writing Whole Numbers (Bonus)
  1. 1.R.2 Rounding and Estimating with Whole Numbers
    1. Rounding and Estimating with Whole Numbers
  2. 1.R.3 Exponents and Order of Operations
    1. Exponents and Order of Operations
  3. 1.R.4 Problem Solving with Whole Numbers
    1. Problem Solving with Whole Numbers
    2. Problem Solving with Whole Numbers (Bonus)
  4. 1.R.5 Translating English Phrases and Algebraic Expressions
    1. Translating English Phrases and Algebraic Expressions
    2. Translating English Phrases and Algebraic Expressions (Bonus)
  5. 1.R.6 Solving Linear Equations: ax + b = c
    1. Solving Linear Equations: ax + b = c
    2. Solving Linear Equations: ax + b = c (Bonus)

Chapter 1: Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Chapter 2.R: Integrated Review

Chapter 2: Set Theory

Chapter 3: Logic

Chapter 4.R: Integrated Review

  1. 4.R.1 Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers
    1. Introduction to Fractions and Mixed Numbers
  2. 4.R.2Introduction to Decimal Numbers
    1. Introduction to Decimal Numbers
  3. 4.R.3Decimals and Percents
    1. Decimals and Percents
    2. Decimals and Percents (Bonus)
  4. 4.R.4Fractions and Percents
    1. Fractions and Percents
  5. 4.R.5Solving Percent Problems by Using Proportions: P/100 = A/B
    1. Solving Percent Problems by Using Proportions: P/100 = A/B

Chapter 4: Rates, Ratios, Proportions, and Percentages

Chapter 5.R: Integrated Review

Chapter 5: The Mathematics of Growth

Chapter 6.R: Integrated Review

  1. 6.R.1 Solving Proportions
    1. Solving Proportions
  2. 6.R.2Square Roots and the Pythagorean Theorem
    1. Square Roots and the Pythagorean Theorem
  3. 6.R.3 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
    1. Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
    2. Simplifying Algebraic Expressions (Bonus)
  4. 6.R.4 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    1. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    2. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions (Bonus)
  5. 6.R.5 Working with Formulas
    1. Working with Formulas
    2. Working with Formulas (Bonus)

Chapter 6: Geometry

  1. 6.1 Everyday Geometry and Applications
    1. Everyday Geometry and Applications
    2. Examples
    3. Example 1: Determining the Length of a Line Segment
    4. Example 2: Complementary Angles
    5. Example 3: Supplementary Angles
    6. Example 4: Complementary and Supplementary Angles
    7. Example 5: Converting Decimal Degrees to Degrees, Minutes and Seconds
    8. Example 6: Converting Degrees, Minutes and Seconds to Decimal Degrees
    9. Example 7: Application of Angles
    10. Example 8: Determining Location
    11. Example 9: Using GPS to Determine Location and Distance
    12. Example 10: Calculating Trigonometric Values
    13. Example 11: Using Trigonometric Functions
    14. Example 12: Using Trignometry
  2. 6.2 Circles, Polygons, Perimeter, and Area
    1. Circles, Polygons, Perimeter, and Area
    2. Examples
    3. Example 1: Using Similar Triangles
    4. Example 2: Finding Perimeter
    5. Example 3: Finding Area
    6. Example 4: Solving Problems Involving Area
    7. Example 5: Finding the Area of a Parallelogram
    8. Example 6: Finding the Area of a Triangle
    9. Example 7: Finding the Area of a Trapezoid
    10. Example 8: Area and Circumfrence of Circles
    11. Example 9: Using Area
  3. 6.3 Volume and Surface Area
    1. Volume and Surface Area
    2. Examples
    3. Example 1: Determinig Volume
    4. Example 2: Using Volume to Meet Restrictions
    5. Example 3: Finding the Volume of a Sphere
    6. Example 4: Finding the Volume of a Right Circular Cylinder
    7. Example 5: Finding the Volume of a Right Circular Cone
    8. Example 6: Finding the Volume of a Square Pyramid
    9. Example 7: Finding the Surface Area of a Rectangular Solid
    10. Example 8: Calculating Surface Area
    11. Example 9: Finding the Surface Area of a Right Circular Cylinder
    12. Example 10: Using Volume
    13. Example 11: Using Surface Area
    14. Example 12: Using Volume

Chapter 7.R: Integrated Review

  1. 7.R.1 Multiplication and Division with Fractions and Mixed Numbers
    1. Multiplication and Division with Fractions and Mixed Numbers
  2. 7.R.2 Least Common Multiple (LCM)
    1. Least Common Multiple (LCM)
    2. Least Common Multiple (LCM) (Bonus)
  3. 7.R.3 Addition and Subtraction with Fractions
    1. Addition and Subtraction with Fractions
  4. 7.R.4Decimals and Fractions
    1. Decimals and Fractions

Chapter 7: Probability

Chapter 8.R: Integrated Review

Chapter 8: Statistics

Chapter 9.R: Integrated Review

  1. 9.R.1 Reading and Writing Whole Numbers
    1. Whole Numbers and Rounding
    2. Reading and Writing Whole Numbers (Bonus)
  2. 9.R.2 Addition and Subtraction with Whole Numbers
    1. Addition and Subtraction with Whole Numbers
  3. 9.R.3 Exponents and Order of Operations
    1. Exponents and Order of Operations
  4. 9.R.4Introduction to Decimal Numbers
    1. Introduction to Decimal Numbers
  5. 9.R.5Decimals and Percents
    1. Decimals and Percents
    2. Decimals and Percents (Bonus)
  6. 9.R.6Solving Percent Problems by Using the Equation: R * B = A
    1. Solving Percent Problems by Using the Equation: R*B = A
    2. Solving Percent Problems by Using the Equation: R * B = A (Bonus)
  7. 9.R.7 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    1. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    2. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions (Bonus)

Chapter 9: Personal Finance

Chapter 10.R: Integrated Review

  1. 10.R.1 Addition and Subtraction with Whole Numbers
    1. Addition and Subtraction with Whole Numbers
  2. 10.R.2 Introduction to Decimal Numbers
    1. Introduction to Decimal Numbers

Chapter 10: Voting and Apportionment

Chapter 11.R: Integrated Review

  1. 11.R.1 Decimals and Fractions
    1. Decimals and Fractions
  2. 11.R.2 Ratios and Proportions
    1. Ratios and Proportions
  3. 11.R.3 Angles
    1. Angles
  4. 11.R.4 Exponents I
    1. Exponents I
    2. Exponents I (Bonus)
  5. 11.R.5 Rationalizing Denominators
    1. Rationalizing Denominators
    2. Rationalizing Denominators (Bonus 1)
    3. Rationalizing Denominators (Bonus 2)
  6. 11.R.6 Quadratic Equations: The Quadratic Formula
    1. Quadratic Equations: The Quadratic Formula
    2. Quadratic Equations - The Quadratic Formula (Bonus)

Chapter 11: The Arts

Chapter 12.R: Integrated Review

  1. 12.R.1 Exponents and Order of Operations
    1. Exponents and Order of Operations
  2. 12.R.2 Ratios and Proportions
    1. Ratios and Proportions
  3. 12.R.3 Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    1. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions
    2. Evaluating Algebraic Expressions (Bonus)
  4. 12.R.4 U.S. Measurements
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  5. 12.R.5 Metric System: Length and Area
    1. Metric System: Length and Area
    2. Metric System: Length and Area (Bonus 1)
    3. Metric System: Length and Area (Bonus 2)
  6. 12.R.6 Metric System: Weight and Volume
    1. Metric System: Weight and Volume
    2. Metric System: Weight and Volume (Bonus 1)
    3. Metric System: Weight and Volume (Bonus 2)

Chapter 12: Sports

Chapter 13.R: Integrated Review

Chapter 13: Graph Theory

  1. 13.1 Introduction to Graph Theory
    1. Example 1: Identifying Parts of a Graph
    2. Example 2: Indentifying Parts of a Graph
    3. Example 3: Identifying a Walk
    4. Example 4: Indentifying a Path
    5. Example 5: Identifying Connnected and Disconnected Graphs
    6. Example 6: Identifying Different Views of the Same Graph
    7. Example 7: Identifying Parts of a Graph
    8. Example 8: Drawing a Graph Given the Edges
    9. Example 9: Drawing a Graph without Edges Predetermined
    10. Example 10: Finding a Minimum Vertex Cover
    11. Example 11: Finding a Vertex Coloring
    12. Example 12: Identifying a Cycle in a Graph
  2. 13.2 Trees
    1. Example 1: Identifying Trees
    2. Example 2: Determining the Number of Edges Needed for a Tree
    3. Example 3: Using Spanning Trees
    4. Example 4: Constructing a Minimum-Weight Spanning Tree
    5. Example 5: Determining the Number of Leaves on a Tree
    6. Example 6: Determining the Number of Leaves on a Tree
  3. 13.3 Matchings
    1. Example 1: Identifying Bipartite Graphs
    2. Example 2: Identifying a Neighborhood
    3. Example 3: Determining if a Matching is Possible
    4. Example 4: Identifying a Regular Bipartite Graph
    5. Example 5: Deciding if a Matching is Possible
    6. Example 6: Finding a Matching
  4. 13.4 Planar Graphs
    1. Example 1: Determining the Number of Faces in a Planar Graph
    2. Example 2: Verifying Euler's Formula for a Graph
    3. Example 3: Applying Euler's Formula
    4. Example 4: Number of Edges in a Planar Graph
    5. Example 5: Establishing that a Graph is Not Planar Using Euler's Corollary
    6. Example 6: Classifying Graphs as Planar or Not
    7. Example 7: Establishing that a Graph is Not Planar Using Subgraphs
    8. Example 8: Classifying Graphs as Planar or Not

Chapter 14.R: Integrated Review

  1. 14.R.1 Multiplication with Whole Numbers
    1. Multiplication with Whole Numbers
  2. 14.R.2 Division with Whole Numbers
    1. Division with Whole Numbers
  3. 14.R.3 Tests for Divisibility
    1. Tests for Divisibility
    2. Tests for Divisibility (Bonus)
  4. 14.R.4    Exponents I
    1. Exponents I
    2. Exponents I (Bonus)
  5. 14.R.5  Exponents II
    1. Exponents II
    2. Exponents II (Bonus)
  6. 14.1    Evaluating Radicals
    1. Evaluating Radicals
    2. Evaluating Radicals (Bonus)

Chapter 14: Number Theory