Thank you to those who contribute to our ongoing cycle of improvement. Top contributors:
Michelle McGeehan  Clark, NJ
Mary O'Sullivan  Egg Harbor City, NJ
Ken Dietz  Elizabeth, NJ
Joe Barrett  Denver, CO

Numbers, Operations and Expressions Algebra 1
Rev: Natural, Whole, Integers & Rational #s
Rev: Exponents, Squares and Roots
Rev: Irrational Numbers & Real #s
Properties of Exponents
Future Topics in Algebra II
Like Terms
Evaluating Expressions
Ordering Terms

Equations Algebra I
Eq w/ Same Variable on Both Sides
Solving Literal Equations
Substituting Values into Equation

Graphing Linear Equations
Linear Equations
Graphing a Linear Eq Using Intercepts
Horizontal & Vertical Lines
Slope of a Line
PointSlope Form
SlopeIntercept Form
Proportional Relationships
Solving Linear Equations
Scatter Plots and Line of Best Fit

Systems of Linear Equations
Solving Systems by Graphing
Solving Systems by Substitution
Solving Systems by Elimination
Choosing a Strategy
Writing Systems to Model Situations
Solving Systems of NonLinear Equations

Solving and Graphing Linear Inequalities
Simple Inequalities (add/subtraction)
Simple Inequalities (multi/division)
TwoStep & MultiStep
Compound Inequalities
Special Cases of Compound Ineq
Graphing Linear Ineq in SlopeIntercept Form
Solving Systems of Inequalities

Solving Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
Absolute Value Equations
Absolute Value Inequalities

Relationships Between Quantities
Relationships Between Different Units of Measurement
Picking the Appropriate Level of Measure
Systems of Equations with Different Units of Measurement
Choosing the Appropriate Level of Accuracy

Mid Year Assessment Algebra I

Functions
Relations and Functions
Domain and Range
Evaluating Functions
Explicit and Recursive Functions
Multiple Representation of Functions
Transformations w/ Linear Functions

Exponential Functions
Exponential Growth Intro
Exp Relationship in Equations, Tables & Graphs
Growth Rates and Growth Factors
Exponential Decay
Exponential vs. Linear
Writing & Solving Model Equations

Polynomials
Definitions of Monomials, Polynomials, and Degrees
Adding & Subtract Polynomials
Multiplying a Polynomial by a Monomial
Multiplying Polynomials
Special Binomial Products
Factoring out GCF’s
Factoring using Special Patterns
Factoring x^2+bx+c
Factoring ax^2+bx+c
Factoring 4 Term Polynomials

Quadratic Equations
Characteristics of Quadratic Eq
Graphing Quadratic Eq
Solve Quad Eq: Graphing
Zero Product Property
Solve Quad Eq: Factoring
Solve Quad Eq: Square Roots
Solve Quad Eq: Completing the Sq
Quadratic Formula & Discriminant
Solve Quad Eq w/ Quad Formula
Polynomials: USubstitution
Applications

Nonlinear Functions
Rev: Characteristics of Quad Functions
Rev: Graphing Quad in Standard Form
Graphing Quad in Intercept Form
Graphing Quad in Vertex Form
Calculating Roots of a Quad in Vertex Form
Transformations w/ Quad Functions
Analyzing the Graphs of NonLinear Functions
Comparing Different Functions

Data and Statistical Analysis
Measures of Central Tendency
Central Tendency Applications
Frequency Tables & Histograms
Stem and Leaf Plots
Measures of Dispersion: Box & Whisker
Review: TwoWay Tables
Choosing Data Displays
Misleading Graphs

End of Year Assessment  Algebra I
11 Comments
Is there another final exam available anywhere? The one that I see is the same as in years past. I would have assumed that this assessment would have been updated into PARCC style like the unit tests. Also, this one is very poorly formatted with the way fractions are written, I teach a large population of Special Ed students and writing them with the slash "/" is very confusing especially when radicals are involved. Please advise.
Dear Ms. Souders, Thank you for your comment. Our Algebra team is working on the final units by making adjustments to the presentations, CWHW, and assessments. The final exam will be adjusted shortly as the other units become completed. If you could provide me with a range of dates when you needed the final exam completed by, we can make sure that it gets finished for you. Kind regards, Audra
We are currently making sure that all of our assessments are aligned to the state standards and have been given a district deadline of May 15th.
Dear Ms. Souders, Thank you for that information. I will let the members of our Algebra team know about your deadline and get this exam finished and posted prior to your due date. Kind regards, Audra
Thank you for all of the hard work that you fellow educators put into this; it is greatly appreciated.
Dear Ms. Souders, Thank you again for all of your messages about the final exam. The file has been updated, and the answer key is included at the end of the file (last 2 pages). Kind regards, Audra
Final contains errors (11, 17 at first glance??) but also, it seems that there is an answer key attached to the bottom of the final and one that is separate. They are not the same. Thoughts?
Dear Ms. McGeehan, Thank you for your comment. After making the revisions to the final exam (20160518...did not have the answer key ready yet & 20160523...with answer key), the file that is listed separately as an Excel file is no longer required (answers for the old final dated 20120829). Over the summer, the "Answer Key" attachment will be removed. We will make sure that the Midterm answers are at the end of the Midterm file prior to removing the separate Answer Key attachment. Kind regards, Audra
Note to all users: The MidYear Assessment & End of Year Assessment are located in the unit sequence of our course material.
The unit on functions has a mistake. class/ h.w problem # 105, 114 as well as functions quiz 2/ re quiz 2 # 7 An arithmetic sequence is a linear function. Instead of y=mx+b, we write an=dn+c where d is the common difference and c is a constant (not the first term of the sequence, however).
Hi there! You are absolutely correct. These 4 problems have been updated and new copies of the documents have been uploaded to the website. We appreciate your comment as we strive to constantly improve our material. Thank you!