Before you begin your course, please read the Student Handbook. It contains valuable information about our policies and procedures. If you have taken an online course with IU High School before, either on the old Dragon system or IU's Oncourse system, you will find that many procedures, including those for processing assignments, applying for exams, and checking on grades, have changed with the adoption of Canvas.
Unless otherwise specified, all exams are still proctored. Refer to the exam tips lessons and the student handbook for specific information about arranging to take your examinations.
We encourage you to use the Making a Schedule form to create a study schedule that will match your personal needs.
The IUHS Help Portal has links to helpful information and learning resources that may help you do better in this course.
Tips for Success in Independent Study Courses is a printable document that contains in-depth advice about managing your time and studying course materials.
We strongly encourage you to read the Indiana University Code of Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Conduct, which provides regulations governing the actions and interactions of all members of the university community.
There is no required textbook for this course.
The course has been designed to be completed with no separate textbook, but you are free to purchase and use any high-school level Algebra textbook you wish as a secondary resource.
Please complete and submit the student information form, found in the Assignments page.
Introduction: Be sure to read the course introduction before beginning any lessons.
Lesson 1: Foundations for Algebra
Variables and Expressions | Order of Operations | Real Numbers | Properties of Real Numbers | Adding and Subtracting Real Numbers | Multiplying and Dividing Real Numbers | The Distributive Property | Introduction to Equations | Equations and Graphs
Lesson 1 Assignment | Lesson 1 Quiz
Lesson 2: Solving Equations
Solving One-Step Equations | Solving Two-Step Equations | Solving Multi-Step Equations | Solving Equations With Variables on Both Sides
Lesson 2 Assignment | Lesson 2 Quiz
Lesson 3: Solving Equations II
Literal Equations and Formulas | Ratios, Rates and Conversions | Solving Proportions | Similar Figures | Percents | Percent Of Change and Relative Error
Lesson 3 Assignment | Lesson 3 Quiz
Lesson 4: Solving Inequalities
Inequalities and Graphs | Solving Inequalities With Addition and Subtraction | Solving Inequalities With Multiplication and Division | Solving Multi-Step Inequalities | Set Notation | Compound Inequalities | Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities | Unions and Intersections of Sets
Lesson 4 Assignment | Lesson 4 Quiz
Lesson 6: An Introduction to Functions
Relating Two Quantities with Graphs | Linear Functions and Patterns | Nonlinear Function and Patterns | Graphing a Function | Writing a Function Rule | Arithmetic Sequences
Lesson 6 Assignment | Lesson 6 Quiz
Lesson 7: Linear Functions
Slope and Rate of Change | Direct Variation | Slope-Intercept Form of a Line | Point-Slope Form of a Line | Standard Form of a Line | Parallel and Perpendicular Lines | Scatter Plots and Trend Lines | Graphing Absolute Value Functions and Piecewise Functions |Parallel and Perpendicular Lines | Graphing Absolute Value Functions and Piecewise Functions
Lesson 7 Assignment | Lesson 7 Quiz
Lesson 8: Systems of Equations and Inequalities
Solving Systems Through Graphing | Solving Systems Through Substitution | Solving Systems Through Elimination | Linear Systems
Lesson 8 Assignment | Lesson 8 Quiz
Lesson 9: Systems of Inequalities
The Linear Inequality | Systems of Linear Inequalities | More Systems of Linear Inequalities
Lesson 9 Assignment | Lesson 9 Quiz
Lesson 10: Final Exam Tips and Examity Proctoring Information
Course Evaluation - Please complete before applying for the Final Exam below. All responses are anonymous.
Exam Application | Examity
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