AlgebraThe Algebra Textbook is available on the web at www.algebra1.com, with extra examples and selfcheck quizzes. Both students and parents can use this resource to help understand the homework problems or to selftest.

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EOC released items  Session I EOC released items  Session 2 Algebra I Reference Sheet Achievement Level Descriptors 
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The only choices available at Salem HS for 9th grade math are Algebra I or Geometry. Rolla HS has more options, see Mrs. R 
Course ObjectivesEvaluate Expressions; Solve Equations; Solve and Graph Linear Equations, Inequalities and Systems of Equations; Multiply and Factor Polynomials; Statistics & Probability
Algebra EOC: Test in MayEndofCourse (EOC) Assessments are criterionreferenced tests that are delivered to middle and high school students when the CourseLevel
Expectations for a particular course have been covered. English II, Algebra I, Biology, and Government are required EOC Assessments for all students to satisfy the requirements of No Child Left Behind and the Missouri State Board of Education. Four other EOC assessments are optional: English I, Algebra II, Geometry, and American History. 
Origins of Algebra Videofrom Khan Academy (7:17)
Who made Algebra? How old is it? Where did it come from? View this video to find the answers! 