Algebra Concepts

- Order of Operations
- Fraction operations
- Combine Like Terms
- Multiply Binomials
- Proportions
- Solve systems (equal value)
- Write equation from graph and graph from equation
- Write Algebraic expressions
- Write equation from table
- Solve equations (dist. property)
- Solve literal equations
- Evaluate expressions with 2 or more variables
- Slope
- Write equations from word problems
- solve systems using elimination
- solve systems using substitution
- solve systems by graphing
- slopes of parallel and perpendicular lines
- equation of a line between 2 points
- factoring quadratics
- zero product property
- using quadratic formula
- solving linear equalities
- graph 2 variable inequalities
- absolute value
- systems of inequalities
- simplify exponential expressions
- scientific notation
- fractional exponents
- domain and range
- simplifying square roots
- Real number classification

Geometry Concepts

Concept List- Geometry

- Solve Linear equations (with fractions)
- Slope from 2 points, parallel-perpendicular
- Linear equation from slope and one point, or two points
- Solve quadratic equations
- Midpoint Formula
- Systems of Equations
- Name and Classify angles
- Circle ID
- Quadrilateral ID
- Inductive Reasoning
- Logical Statements
- Logical Arguments
- Copy constructions
- Construct bisectors
- Construct inscribed/circumscribed circles of triangles
- Use system of equations to find points of concurrency
- Parallel lines-angle relationships
- Triangle Congruency
- Triangle Proof
- Polygon Angles
- Midsegments
- Trapezoids/Kites
- Tangent Properties
- Arc lengths and angle measures
- chord properties
- Circle formulas-circumference and area
- Area-perimeter
- Area Triangles
- Area- Trapezoids
- Area-Cylinders
- Surface Area-Pyramids
- Surface area-Cones
- Transformations
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Special Right Triangles
- Volume-prisms
- Volume- pyramids
- Volume- cones
- Similarity-proportions
- Similar Area/Volume
- Sin, cos, tan- side lengths
- Sin, cos, tan-angle measures
- Multiplication Principle
- Combinations
- Permutations
- Probabilities

The concepts highlighted in purple are the ones that I'm doing this year because I started late (after Thanksgiving).

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