MAT09x-Spring 2013

MAT09x – Introductory Algebra

Open Educational Resource Project

Resources, Assignments, Materials for Spring 2013/Summer 2013

Introductory Algebra – Student Workbook – Second Edition 2013

SCC MAT09x Workbook Cover 2013

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Instructors or institutions interested in adopting these materials please contact Jenifer Bohart (jenifer.bohart@scottsdalecc.edu)

Mini Lesson Worksheets Mini Lesson Videos Practice Problems/
End of Lesson Assessments
Lesson 1 – Arithmetic Review
Lesson 2 – Introduction to Variables
Lesson 3 – Polynomials & Exponents, Part 1
Lesson 4 – Polynomials & Exponents, Part 2
Lesson 5 – Solving Equations
Lesson 6 – Linear Equations: Real World Applications
Lesson 7 – Literal Equations, Inequalities, & Absolute Value
Lesson 8 – Graphs and Graphing Linear Equations
Lesson 9 – Introduction to Functions
Lesson 10 – Linear Functions, Part 1
Lesson 11 – Linear Functions, Part 2
Lesson 12 – Systems of Linear Equations
  1. Hillary Wilson
    06/10/2013 at 2:47 pm

    I’m loving this are their answers keys for the worksheets?

    • dgaudet
      07/17/2013 at 10:39 am

      Hi, Hillary…the You Try answers are at the end of the full workbook file. The practice problem and assessment pages do not have posted answer keys.

  2. Hillary Wilson
    10/09/2013 at 12:20 am

    ty I have another question is it possible to get access to the online parts such as the online Homework,quiz and test? I’m trying to teach myself Algebra 1

  3. mindy
    12/04/2013 at 11:50 am

    Im trying to teach myself algebra as well, but im finding it difficult to do so as there is no way to see how the examples are done? i like what you guys are doing with having the book online for anyone to use but without thorough worked out examples i feel i’m getting nowhere. what should i do??

    • dgaudet
      12/08/2013 at 2:27 pm

      Mindy…the video links align exactly with the examples in the workbook so that should allow you to see how the examples are completed. Good luck! – Dr. Gaudet

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