Algebra Math Book - Introductory Algebra

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Algebra Math book - Introductory Algebra - Chapter Objectives

This page of my algebra math book, Introductory Algebra,  is a complete list of the objectives discussed in this Chapter and the Section they appear in.

Chapter 1 - Mathematics As a Living Experience

Sec1.1 Section 1.1-Numbers and Algebra 1.  Given a mathematical expression, identify the variables.
2.  Translate simple word problems into mathematical symbols and solve.

Sec1.2 Section 1.2-Integers 3.  Locate integers on the number line.
4.  Compare integers using the symbols <, >, and =.

Sec1.3 Section 1.3-Adding and Subtracting Integers 5.  Find the sum or two or more integers, with or without using the number line.
6.  Find the difference of two integers.

Sec1.4 Section 1.4-Multiplying and Dividing Integers 7.  Find the product of two or more integers.
8.  Find the quotient of two integers.

Sec1.5 Section 1.5-Prime Factorization and the Greatest Common Factor 9.  Write a number's prime factorization.
10.  Determine the greatest common factor (GCF) and the least common multiple (LCM) of two or more numbers.

Sec1.6 Section 1.6-Rational Numbers-Decimals and Percents 11.  Write a rational number as a fraction, decimal number, or percent.
12.  Compare rational numbers with or without the number line.
13.  Solve problems involving percent.

Sec1.7 Section 1.7-Operations with Fractions 14.  Find the product of two or more fractions.
15.  Find the quotient of two fractions.
16.  Find the sum of two or more fractions.
17.  Find the difference of two fractions.

Sec1.8 Section1.8-Commutative and Associative Properties 18.  Illustrate the commutative property of addition.
19.  Illustrate the associative property of addition.
20.  Illustrate the commutative property and associative property of multiplication.

Sec1.9 Section1.9-Operations Involving 0 and 1 21.  Understand the properties of 0 and 1 under the operations of addition and multiplication.

Sec1.10 Section1.10-Applications 22.  Interpret circle, bar, and line graphs, and pictographs.

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