- Adding Integers Using a Number Line
- Football and Other Integer Word Problems
- Subtracting Integers Using a Number Line
- Introduction to Absolute Value
- Using Absolute Value to Combine Integers
- Multiplying Integers Using a Number Line
- Multiplying Integers- Rules and Tricks
- Dividing Integers
- Dividing Integers- Rules and Tricks

- Factoring Integers
- Least Common Multiple
- Simplifying Fractions
- Adding and Subtracting Fractions
- Multiplying Fractions
- Dividing Fractions
- Converting Fractions to Decimals

- Zero, Identity and Inverse Properties
- Commutative and Associative Properties and Mental Math
- Distributive Property and Mental Math
- Properties Cheat Sheet

- Like Terms
- Expressions vs. Equations
- Solving One Step Equations Using Addition and Subtraction
- Solving One Step Equations Using Multiplication and Division
- Solving Two Step Equations
- Multi Step Equations - Combining Like Terms & Variables on Both Sides
- Multi Step Equations with Parenthesis
- Combining Like Terms with Multiple Variables

- Weighted Averages Introduction: Slugging Average
- Weighted Averages: Weighted Grades
- Weighted Averages Grade Point Average Example
- Weighted Averages: Methods of Solving and Figuring in Midterm and Final Exam Grades
- Weighted Averages Social Studies Connection

- Relations and Functions Defined
- Function Notation
- Parent Functions
- Introduction to Graphing Transformations

- Introduction to Linear Functions
- Linear Tables from Graphs
- Slope From Two Points
- Slope - Counting Rise over Run on a Graph
- Writing a Slope-Intercept Equation from a Graph
- Graphing Slope-Intercept Equations
- Creating a table from an Equation
- Graphing a Slope-Intercept Equation Using Intercepts
- Writing a Slope-Intercept Equation from the Slope and One Point
- Writing a Slope-Intercept Equation from Two Points
- Constant Functions
- Parallel Lines
- Perpendicular Lines
- Standard Form - Graphing Using X and Y Intercepts
- Converting From Standard Form to Slope-Intercept Form
- Writing the Point Slope Form of a Line Given the Slope and One Point
- Graphing Linear Equations in Point Slope Form
- Converting From Point Slope to Slope Intercept Form
- Piecewise Functions
- Linear Graphs: Transformations

- Creating Scatter Plots
- Scatter Plots and Correlation
- Least Squares Method of Determining Line of Best Fit
- Linear Correlation and Pearson's Correlation Coefficient
- Clusters and Outliers
- Scatter Plot Tools - Using MS Excel

- Solving Systems of Linear Equations By Graphing
- Solving Systems of Equations using Simple Substitution Part One
- Solving Systems of Equations using Simple Substitution Part Two
- Solving Systems using Substitution and the Distributive Property
- Solving Systems using Substitution and the Distributive Property (including reformatting equations)
- Solving Systems using Elimination
- Solving Systems using Elimination (including reformatting equations)
- Solving Systems Using Elimination (finding the least common multiple)
- Systems with no solutions and infinitely many solutions (parallel and coincide)
- Systems with Three equations and Three Variables

- That Nasty Two Faced Symbol - Which is Which?
- Graphing Inequalities with One Variable
- Solving and Graphing Positive One Step Inequalities
- Solving and Graphing Negative One Step Inequalities
- Solving and Graphing Two Step Inequalities
- Solving Multi Step Inequalities
- Graphs of Compound Inequalities
- Solving Compound Inequalities
- Solving Compound Inequalities with Negative Coefficients
- Graphing Inequalities with Two Variables (solid vs. dashed)
- Graphing Two Variable Inequalities in Standard Form
- Graphing Two Variable Inequalities in Point-Slope Form
- Graphing Systems of Linear Inequalities

- Properties of Exponents
- Product Property - Multiplying Polynomials
- Power of a Power Property
- Power of a Product Property
- Combining the Multiplication Properties
- Power of a Fraction Property
- Quotient Property of Exponents (positive exponents)
- Zero and Negative Exponents
- Quotient Property of Exponents (positive and negative)
- Arithmetic and Geometric Sequences
- Recursive Linear Functions
- Exponential Recursive Functions
- Equations to Model Exponential Recursive Calculations

- Introduction to Polynomials - degree of polynomials
- Adding and Subtracting Polynomial Functions
- Adding and Subtracting Polynomial Functions With Function Notation
- Multiplying Binomials
- Multiplying Polynomials
- Multiplying with Function Notation
- Dividing Polynomials - Simplifying
- Dividing with Function Notation

- Simplifying Square Roots
- Simplifying Square Roots Containing Variables
- Simplifying Square Root Expressions Using the Complex Conjugate

- Introduction to Quadratic Equations
- Graphs and Solutions of Functions in the Form of ax² and ax² + c
- Area Models of Equations in the Form ax² + bx
- Area Models of Equations in the Form ax² + bx + c
- Converting from Factored Form to Standard Form
- Factoring Equations in ax² + bx format
- Factoring Equations in ax² + bx + c format with a = 1
- Factoring Equations in ax² + bx + c format with a Not = 1 using Guess and Check
- Special Factors - Difference of Two Squares
- Factoring 4 Terms by Grouping
- Using Grouping Strategies with Trinomials
- Getting to the Root of it All - Finding the Roots and Solutions by Factoring
- Using Roots to Find the Axis of Symmetry
- Using the Axis of Symmetry to Find the Vertex Point
- Graphing Using FRAV
- The -b Over 2a Shortcut
- Writing the Vertex form of a Quadratic Equation
- Stating the Vertex from the Vertex Form
- Converting from Vertex form to Standard Form
- Solving Equations by Taking the Root (ax² + bx)
- Solving Vertex Form Equations by Taking the Root
- Solving Equations by Completing the Square
- What is the Quadratic Formula
- Using the Quadratic Formula
- Imaginary Numbers
- Complex Numbers
- More Recursive Functions

- Power/Polynomial Functions: Equations
- Power/Polynomial Functions: Tables
- Introduction to the Symmetry of Power/Polynomial Functions
- Solving Power/Polynomial Functions by Taking the Root
- Factoring Power/Polynomial Functions and Expressions Using GCF
- Solving Power/Polynomial Functions Using GCF
- Factoring Power/Polynomial Functions and Expressions Using Grouping
- Solving Power/Polynomial Functions Using Grouping
- Factoring Power/Polynomial Functions Using Special Products
- Solving Power/Polynomial Functions Using Special Products
- Factoring Power/Polynomial Functions – Choosing the Best Method
- Graphs of Power/Polynomial Functions
- Graphs: Transformations to Power/Polynomial Function Output
- Graphs: Transformations to Power/Polynomial Function Input

- Introduction to Radicals and Radical Functions Including Rational Exponents
- Properties of Radicals
- Simplifying Radical Expressions
- Rationalizing Radical Denominators
- Adding and Subtracting Radicals
- Multiplying and Dividing Radicals
- Properties of Rational Exponents
- Simplifying Rational Exponents
- Adding and Subtracting with Rational Exponents
- Multiplying and Dividing with Rational Exponents
- Solving Radical Equations and Equations with Rational Exponents
- Radical Functions with Extraneous Solutions
- Translations to Graphs of Square Root Functions - Domain and Range
- Translations to Graphs of Cube Root Functions

- Direct Variation
- Inverse Variation
- Solving Variation Using Proportions
- Nth Power Variation
- Joint Variation (Advanced Topic)

- Introduction to Rational Functions
- Simplifying Rational Functions
- Solving Rational Functions
- Holes, Asymptotes, and Graphs
- Horizontal Asymptotes

- Composite Functions
- Introduction to Inverse Functions
- Writing Inverse Functions
- Graphs of Inverse functions
- The Horizontal Line Test
- Verifying Inverse Relations
- Piecewise Combined

(more coming soon)